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"Life was given to us a billion years ago. What have we done with it?" Director Luc Besson creates a new kind of superhero with Lucy, his latest action thriller starring Scarlett Johansson as a young woman who is able to open up her mind and use 100% of her brain capacity. A new international featurette explores the story and characters in Lucy, featuring a new interview with Scarlett Johansson. Go on the sets in Paris to watch this incredibly cinematic saga come to life, and watch as never-before-seen footage teases some of the epic fight scenes that await audiences in theaters this summer.
From La Femme Nikita and The Professional to The Fifth Element, writer/director Luc Besson has created some of the toughest, most memorable female action heroes in cinematic history. Now, Lucy directs Scarlett Johansson in Lucy, an action-thriller that tracks a woman accidentally caught in a dark »
Luis Suarez hasn’t yet completed his move to Barcelona yet, but that hasn’t stopped a shop in Spain from stocking ‘Suarez 9′ shirts, as seen above and posted on Twitter. Suarez is expected to leave Liverpool this summer and join the Catalan giants for £63 million, according to the Telegraph.
Suarez is currently serving a four-month ban from ‘all football related activity’ for biting defender Giorgio Chiellini during a World Cup game between Italy and Uruguay, and will not play competitively again until October, though Barca are currently in talks with the 27-year-old after opening discussions last Wednesday.
As negotiations enter another week, a sportswear shop in Barcelona, Futbol Mania, has taken the bold step of predicting that Suarez will soon be a Barca player by becoming the first company to begin selling shirts with the hitman’s name on them, above the No.9, the number the forward will »
- Joseph Dempsey
Comedy writer Scott Silveri has inked a rich three-year overall deal with 20th Century Fox TV.
Silveri, a highly sought-after showrunner, fielded offers from all of the major TV shops, a sign of the strong demand for experienced comedy scribes even as the networks have struggled in the past few seasons to break half-hour hits.
Silveri was previously under an overall deal at Universal TV, where he created the Matthew Perry starrer “Go On.” He became a free agent during the past development season and focused his attention on co-writing with Shana Goldberg-Meehan, his wife and frequent collaborator, and Dave Mandel a pilot for CBS, “The Mistake.”
The 20th deal calls for Silveri will develop series projects for the studio and supervise other writers. Dana Walden, CEO of 20th TV, said she was a fan of “Go On,” which ran on NBC in the 2012-13 season.
“Scott is very talented and incredibly entertaining. »
- Cynthia Littleton
After being courted by multiple studios, Friends alum Scott Silveri has a new home. The writer-producer whose credits include Friends and spinoff Joey as well as Matthew Perry's Go On has inked a three-year overall deal with studio 20th Century Fox Television, The Hollywood Reporter has learned Under the pact, the Universal Television alum will develop, write and supervise comedies for the studio. Photos Summer TV Preview "We are huge fans of Scott's, going all the way back to the work he did on Friends. I loved the pilot for Go On -- it was incredibly bold, distinctive and,
- Lesley Goldberg
Matthew Perry and Matt LeBlanc, clear your schedules — Twentieth Century Fox has signed “Friends,” “Joey” and “Go On” executive producer Scott Silveri to an exclusive three-year overall deal, that will include developing, writing and supervising comedies. “We are huge fans of Scott's, going all the way back to the work he did on “Friends,” Twentieth Century Fox Chairman and CEO Dana Walden said in a statement. “I loved the pilot for ‘Go On’ — it was incredibly bold, distinctive and, of course, really funny. Scott is very talented and incredibly entertaining. If the meetings trying to get him to move »
- Tony Maglio
We don’t go to the cinema much, because we hate people. We also don’t go because there’s always the risk of accidentally going to see the wrong film. It's not helped by the fact that there's no way of telling until it’s too late, because there are no bloody opening credits on lots of modern films. And by the time you do realise, you’ve eaten all your popcorn and you can’t be bothered to move.
The movies on this list won’t give you that problem. These opening credits are perfect scene setters for the movies that follow, so you won’t have to worry about awkward popcorn wasting moments. It's not a top 50, rather a selection of 50 interesting credits sequences, »
In 2007 producers Brad Fischer and James Vanderbilt brought Zodiac to the screen, based on one of the world's most infamous serial killers. Up next they're once again heading into real-life territory, and we've got the scoop for ya today. So read on, true crime fiends!
Variety reports that Mythology Entertainment has acquired the rights to Scott Andrew Selby's book A Serial Killer in Nazi Berlin: The Chilling True Story of the S-Bahn Murderer, and they're currently developing it as a feature film entitled Blackout.
Mythology has hired Mark Hogan to adapt the book, based on the true story of a serial killer in 1940-1941 Nazi Germany.
The story centers on the hunt for a serial killer in the heart of the Third Reich and the relentless detective who must confront his own murderous regime in order to catch the killer. With Berlin firmly in the grip of panic as British »
- John Squires
With seconds left in the game Sunday night, the United States' hopes of breezing into the next round of the World Cup were dashed - but their loss (or, well, tie) was Twitter's gain. After Portugal's reigning star Cristiano Ronaldo crossed the ball to teammate Silvestre Varela, who headed it into the goal to settle the game 2-2, the internet exploded with shock, anguish and every emotion in between. Below are some of the best of those reactions. What a match. 30 seconds away from advancing! Still, we control our own destiny... #IBelieve Go on #Usmnt— Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake) June 23, 2014 I Guess I Watch Soccer Now! »
- Mary Margaret
With seconds left in the game Sunday night, the United State's hopes of breezing into the next round of the World Cup were dashed - but their loss (or, well, tie) was Twitter's gain. After Portugal's reigning star Cristiano Ronaldo crossed the ball to teammate Silvestre Varela, who headed it into the goal to settle the game 2-2, the internet exploded with shock, anguish and every emotion in between. Below are some of the best of those reactions. What a match. 30 seconds away from advancing! Still, we control our own destiny... #IBelieve Go on #Usmnt— Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake) June 23, 2014 I Guess I Watch Soccer Now! »
- Mary Margaret
Nickelodeon has released a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TV spot, and while it doesn't feature any new footage from the upcoming full-length trailer, it does take us behind-the-scenes for a look at the four actors playing the turtles, Alan Ritchson, Jeremy Howard, Noel Fisher and Pete Ploszek. Go on set as this quartet brings the mutant brothers in a half-shell to life this summer, seen along some of the exciting action sequences from the movie itself.
4 little turtles in the canalization of New York mutate to giant turtles. They can speak, walk upright and love pizza. The wise rat Splinter becomes their mentor and educates them in the ways of ninjutsu. Their archenemy is the big, bad Shredder, who struggles to gain power over the world. Of course the ninja turtles will do everything to stop him with the help of their pal TV reporter April O'Neil in this summer's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. »
If you thought the Frozen craze was over, you obviously did not listen to us when we said that the Frozen frenzy will never be over! Today's evidence? A U.K. poll done by BabyCentre.com that shows for the first time ever a certain girl's name has cracked the top 100 list of baby names. Can you guess which one? Go on. Guess. If you don't guess, it takes the fun out of it! Don't be a spoil sport! Fine. It's Elsa. The name of the ice queen is comin' in hot at No. 88 on the list, and experts credit (blame?) Frozen for the jump up the rankings. Why Elsa over Anna? BabyCentre managing editor Sarah Barrett has a theory. "Whilst the film's popular heroine is called Anna, Elsa offers a »
Warning: This recap discusses the events of Sunday’s game-changing Game of Thrones season finale, which means it contains spoilers for those who haven’t watched the episode. Proceed accordingly.
Well, happy Father’s Day to you, too, Game of Thrones.
The HBO drama’s fourth season draws to a close with two murders – one heartbreaking, one kinda deserved (but no less terrible, given what it means for the murderer) – as well as another goodbye that made me feel feelings for a character I didn’t even know I cared about.
Here’s what – and who — goes down during the hour. »
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are recounting their meet-cute, but the details are proving…controversial. It was 2007, apparently, right after Hill starred in Superbad and Tatum in Step Up. They were familiar with each other’s work, but had never met until one fateful night at West Hollywood’s Dan Tana’s, where they happened to catch each other’s eye across the restaurant…
“Hold up, hold up,” interrupts Tatum, 34. “It wasn’t after Step Up. It was The Vow or something.” Hill, 30, rolls his eyes. “The Vow was, like, way later,” he says. “That was right before Jump Street came out, »
- Keith Staskiewicz
Step away if you don't want to hear a rumoured major spoiler for The Walking Dead season 5...
Repeating a rumour that a major character is going to die in the next season of The Walking Dead isn't unlike repeating a rumour that trees are going to drop their leaves come autumn. It's inevitable; The Walking Dead kills characters, major characters, all the time.
Add to that the existence of a pile of comics yea high featuring the deaths of many of the show's current roster, including this one, and what we're about to write isn't even news for the initiated Walking Dead reader.
That said, please clear out now if you don't want to be spoiled for a possible character exit in season five. Go on, get.
If there is one thing John Green fans are good at, it’s expressing their emotions — often at high volume.
Anywhere The Fault In Our Stars author goes he is accompanied by the window-shattering screams of his battalions of loyal fans, but put him on the stage with the makers of the upcoming film adaptation and the auditorium rings with some seriously ecstatic screaming.
As the movie version of the juggernaut best-seller heads to screens next week, here’s what made the fans cry out during The Fault In Our Stars movie presentation at BookCon on Saturday:
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- Anthony Breznican
Bobcat Goldthwait is racking up the director credits over on his IMDb resume. Two of his biggest hits so far, comedy Sleeping Dogs Lie and the underrated Robin Williams-starrer, World’s Greatest Dad, are in a world of their own when compared to his latest effort. Shot in 2013, found footage horror Willow Creek isn’t what you would come to expect from the comedian who made his name playing helium-pitched buffoons. His big break came as the absolutely crackers Zed in the Police Academy franchise, who stole most of his scenes what with his bizarre fish-kissing antics and the like. Times have changed though and so has Goldthwait – whose current goal is to scare your trousers brown.
- Gem Seddon
It's summer time and the livin's easy. 'TIs the season to soak up the sun. Go on and top off your drink with the most elaborate paper umbrella that you can find. The only real care in the world that you should have is: Where should I go for vacation? We now have an answer for you! With the help of instagram and social media, our favorite celebs are now bringing us along for the ride on their personal summer getaways. Check out the beautiful destinations where they've recently been spotted, and also upload your own picture for us to see. Just hastag #ESummerHere for your chance to have your favorite summer spot show up on E! Online! Our own Giuliana Rancic took a break from the E! News »
Social media is a powerful thing. Especially when it becomes a tool for actors from classic TV shows to have mini-reunions and post them for all the world to see.
The cast of "The Wonder Years" got together to shoot extras for their show's upcoming DVD release and -- lucky for us -- decided to snap some glorious group shots while they were at it.
But they're not the only cast who have reconvened for twittersphere.
- Alana Altmann
Julie White has tangled with Matthew Perry on the sitcom Go On, tended to Hal Holbrook in Lincoln, and mothered Shia Labeouf in the Transformers movies. But it’s her current role as Jackie Peyton’s AA sponsor Antoinette on Nurse Jackie that may have left the Tony award winner (for 2006’s The Little Dog Laughed) most in need of a vacation. “Every week when I saw my character failing, it got more and more depressing to play,” says the actress in an interview with Vulture. “I was really glad when it was over!” We spoke to White about Antoinette’s recent admission, her blindness to Jackie’s drug use, and the future of her sponsorship. [Warning: Contains spoilers up through this past Sunday’s episode of Nurse Jackie.]Antoinette kind of forces her AA sponsorship on Jackie. Is that a good way to begin that kind of relationship?[Laughs] You tell me! It doesn't seem to be working very well. Nurse Jackie is »
- Lisa Liebman
Go on my child, peer into the eye of harmony and absorb…the latest Doctor Who news! Yes, that’s right! Get ready for another Kasterborous News Blast which, amongst its superabundance of fact and nonsense, includes geek crushes, powerless Lords, a bit of Tardis stroking and the perks of being Captain Jack Harkness. David Tennant: “Not
- Andrew Reynolds
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