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Harrison Ford provides brief Indiana Jones 5 update

It’s been a couple of years now since it was officially confirmed that Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford are set to reunite for a fifth Indiana Jones adventure, but we’re still facing a lengthy wait until we see Ford dusting off the fedora and bullwhip for another outing.

This summer, it was reported that Disney has pushed back the release of Indiana Jones 5 to 2021, having brought in Solo: A Star Wars Story co-writer Jonathan Kasdan to rework the script.

Now, during an appearance as the SAG-AFTRA Foundation where he received the Artists Inspiration Awards, Ford offered a very brief update on the movie to Variety, basically just confirming the above: “We’ve got a script in production that we are all very excited about, and [I’m] looking forward to it.”

The site went on to ask Ford about the long-running rumours linking Guardians of the Galaxy and
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Harrison Ford Doesn’t Want Chris Pratt to Replace Him as Indiana Jones

Harrison Ford Doesn’t Want Chris Pratt to Replace Him as Indiana Jones
A rumor about Guardians of the Galaxy actor Chris Pratt taking over the mantle of Indiana Jones from star Harrison Ford first popped up in 2015. Since then, Pratt has both denied the rumor and later acknowledged it, basically leaving the door open to the possibility should anyone at Disney or Lucasfilm come calling with an actual […]

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Harrison Ford Says ‘Indiana Jones 5’ Script Coming Together, Scoffs At Chris Pratt Talk

Harrison Ford Says ‘Indiana Jones 5’ Script Coming Together, Scoffs At Chris Pratt Talk
Harrison Ford was recently honored by the SAG-AFTRA Foundation along with actress-singer Lady Gaga. Ford received the Artists Inspiration Award. The award honors those who use their status to advance humanitarian and philanthropic causes. However, when Variety caught up with Ford on the red carpet, the topic of discussion wasn’t any charitable efforts. No, it was all “Indiana Jones 5.”

When asked about the status of ‘Indy 5,’ which was recently delayed until 2021 after Disney decided to move in a new direction with the script, Ford didn’t give too much of an update.

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Harrison Ford On Chris Pratt As Indiana Jones: “I Think It’s Him Or Me”

For years now, fans have been theorizing that Guardians of the Galaxy and Jurassic World star Chris Pratt could take over as Indiana Jones if Lucasfilm were ever going to reboot the beloved franchise. Director Steven Spielberg has always maintained that he would never recast Harrison Ford as Indy, but that hasn’t stopped people from entertaining the idea.

Ford himself is the latest to be questioned about the prospect of being replaced by Pratt, and he’s given a curious answer. While speaking with Variety, the topic of the upcoming Indiana Jones 5 naturally arose. The interviewer couldn’t resist dropping the Pratt question in there just as Ford was walking away. The legendary actor then gave the curt reply: “I think it’s him or me.”

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Harrison Ford Comments on Chris Pratt Joining Indiana Jones - "It's Him or Me"

We know that Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford will be returning to make at lease one more Indiana Jones film together. But, that won’t be the end of the franchise. Disney CEO Bob Iger has previously said that this will not be the last Indiana Jones movie and that the franchise will continue.

We don’t know how the franchise will continue without Ford in the role of Indiana Jones. But, it will either center on a whole new younger character that will be introduced in the fifth installment, or it will focus on a young version of Indiana Jones.

If Lucasfilm decides to got the young Indiana Jones route, a lot of fans thinks that Chris Pratt would be a solid choice for the role. But, Spielberg did previously say, "There is only going to be one actor playing Indiana Jones and that’s Harrison Ford."

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Lady Gaga Opens Up About Her ‘Mental Health Crisis’

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Lady Gaga Opens Up About Her ‘Mental Health Crisis’
Lady Gaga has no problem living — and revealing — her truth.

While accepting a patron award at the SAG-aftra Foundation’s third annual Patron of the Artists Awards on Thursday night in Beverly Hills, the “Star Is Born” actress called on Hollywood to provide better mental health care for people in the entertainment business.

In a nearly 25-minute speech, she detailed her own “mental health crisis” that prompted her to seek professional help after becoming overwhelmed by work commitments.

“I began to notice that I would stare off into space and black out for seconds or minutes,” Gaga recalled. “I would see flashes of things I was tormented by, experiences that were filed away in my brain with ‘I’ll deal with you later’ for many years because my brain was protecting me, as science teaches us. These were also symptoms of disassociation and Ptsd and I did not have a
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Lady Gaga At SAG-AFTRA Foundation Honors: “Let’s Make Kindness Overwhelming”

Lady Gaga At SAG-AFTRA Foundation Honors: “Let’s Make Kindness Overwhelming”
Lady Gaga didn’t sing tonight, but her voice soared at the third annual SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Patron of the Artists Awards. Outside the gala event at the Wallis Annenberg Center in Beverly Hills, flags flew at half-mast to honor the victims of the latest mass shooting a night ago in Thousand Oaks.

“We are facing a crisis of epic proportions,” she told the black-tie audience Thursday. “We are in the middle of a global mental health crisis.”

Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation works to create a kinder and braver world by de-stigmatizing mental health issues, and she shared her own battles with suicidal ideation with the audience. “I needed help. I wish there had been a system in place to empower me to say no to toxic work environments and people of questionable behavior,” she said. “I wish I’d had you (the SAG-AFTRA Foundation
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Lady Gaga Talks Suicide and Masochistic Behavior at SAG-aftra Foundation Gala

Lady Gaga Talks Suicide and Masochistic Behavior at SAG-aftra Foundation Gala
Lady Gaga gave two warnings to the crowd of 500 inside Beverly Hills' Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday night when she took the stage just after 9 p.m. The first came when she cautioned that she didn't feel like she belonged on the honorees roster for the SAG-aftra Foundation's 3rd annual Patron of the Artists Awards, a shortlist that included Hollywood heavyweights Harrison Ford, Spike Lee and veteran executive Jeffrey Katzenberg

And the second was that she had spent three and a half hours writing a speech she feared would be too ...
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Why the Empire Really Gave Han the Last Name Solo

Why the Empire Really Gave Han the Last Name Solo
The Han Solo: Imperial Cadet comic series finally confirms the origin behind the iconic character's last name. Solo was doomed from the day that it was announced. Hardcore Star Wars fans did not want to see another actor taking on Harrison Ford's Han Solo character, which is somewhat understandable. Then there was the production woes that helped solidify the negative thoughts about Lucasfilm, and then the final nail in the coffin: going into theaters less than six months after The Last Jedi.

Thankfully, the Han Solo: Imperial Cadet comic series by Robbie Thompson and Leonard Kirk fleshes out some of those divisive elements of Solo and sheds some more light on Han's last name. When Han joins the Imperial Navy in Solo, he is asked for his full name. When asked who his people are, Han replies, "I have no people," which leads to the recruitment officer to toss off the Solo name.
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The Secret Life Of Pets 2 Trailer Arrives

Paul Bradshaw Nov 8, 2018

Someone is wearing is the cone of shame in the first trailer for The Secret Life of Pets 2.

There’s something very wrong with Max the dog. Tricked into going to the vet by his owner, he has to sit in the waiting room with all the other messed-up pets to find out what’s wrong. Maybe it’s the fact that he now sounds suspiciously like Patton Oswalt instead of disgraced comedian Louis Ck.

Averting a PR catastrophe, Illumination have brought Max back with a completely child-friendly new bark for The Secret Life Of Pets 2 – a sequel to their 2016 animated hit.

The first film saw Max the Jack Russell team up with Chloe the tabby cat (Lake Bell), Mel the pug (Bobby Moynihan), Buddy the dachshund (Hannibal Buress), Duke the mongrel (Eric Stonestreet), and Gidget the Pomeranian (Jenny Slate) to take down a gang of
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First poster and trailer for The Secret Life of Pets 2

Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment have debuted the first trailer and poster for The Secret Life of Pets 2, the upcoming sequel to the hit 2016 animated adventure which features the voice talents of Patton Oswalt, Jenny Slate, Eric Stonestreet, Kevin Hart, Lake Bell, Hannibal Buress, Bobby Moynihan, Dana Carvey, Harrison Ford, Tiffany Haddish, Pete Holmes, Garth Jennings, Ellie Kemper, and Nick Kroll; check them out here…

The Secret Life of Pets 2 will follow summer 2016’s blockbuster about the lives our pets lead after we leave for work or school each day. Illumination founder and CEO Chris Meledandri and his longtime collaborator Janet Healy will produce the sequel to the comedy that had the best opening ever for an original film, animated or otherwise.

The Secret Life of Pets 2 will see the return of writer Brian Lynch (Minions) and once again be directed by Chris Renaud.

The Secret Life of Pets 2
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Patton Oswalt Replaces Louis Ck in ‘The Secret Life of Pets 2’ Trailer (Video)

Patton Oswalt Replaces Louis Ck in ‘The Secret Life of Pets 2’ Trailer (Video)
Things are about to get hairier. While the first “Secret Life of Pets” showed the hidden lives of household pets — in the vein of “Toy Story” — the first trailer for the sequel shows the insecurities and worries your pets think about when they’re dragged to the vet.

“My owner always says I’m such a good dog, and I feel like a good dog, but what if I’m a bad dog,” one particularly neurotic pet says in the trailer. “What if I’m a bad dog!?“

That’s hardly the biggest change to the upcomingfilm. “The Secret Life of Pets 2” has re-cast Patton Oswalt in the role of the lead dog Max, a part originally voiced by Louis C.K. The comedian was dropped from the film back in November 2017 after he admitted to sexual misconduct.

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‘The Secret Life Of Pets 2’ Trailer: Max Doesn’t Have Any Behavioral Issues – Really

‘The Secret Life Of Pets 2’ Trailer: Max Doesn’t Have Any Behavioral Issues – Really
Back in 2016, pet owners got a sneak peek at what their precious animals did while their humans were out with The Secret Life of Pets. And plenty of folks were interested in finding out, as the film opened to a massive $104.4 million en route to a $368.4 million domestic gross. It also made more than a half-billion dollars overseas.

Now Max the dog and his New Yorker pals are back for The Secret Life of Pets 2, with Patton Oswalt taking over lead-pooch voice duties from Louis C.K. Universal today released the first trailer for the sequel, and it focuses on a veterinarian’s waiting room where Max meets some oddball characters. But this isn’t just any vet — he specializes in behavioral disorders.

“But I don’t have a behavioral disorder,” Max tells the cat in the next chair. “Yeah, I’m fine too,” the feline replies. “It’s my human that’s nuts.
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Max takes an unwanted trip to the vet in first trailer for ‘The Secret Life of Pets 2’

Universal Pictures and Illumination have released the first trailer to the animated sequel ‘The Secret Life of Pets 2

Chris Renaud returns to take the helm of the sequel which has again been penned by Minions’ Brian Lynch. Illumination founder and CEO Chris Meledandri and his longtime collaborator Janet Healy will produce the sequel to the comedy that had the best opening ever for an original film, animated or otherwise.

Patton Oswald, Kevin Hart, Lake Bell, Tiffany Haddish, Jennie Slate, Eric Stonestreet, Ellie Kemper and Harrison Ford make up the voice cast.

Also in trailers – Rebel Wilson is finally the leading lady in her own ‘romantic comedy’ in trailer for ‘Isn’t It Romantic’

The film is released May 27 2019.

The Secret Life of Pets 2 Synopsis

The animation will follow summer 2016’s blockbuster about the lives our pets lead after we leave for work or school each day.

The post Max
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First Trailer For The Secret Life Of Pets 2 Asks if We Really Know Our Pets

Who’s ready for some more fun animal hijinks!? Illumination Entertainment has released the first trailer for The Secret Life of Pets 2 and it asks us if we really know our pets.

The movie stars Patton Oswalt, who replaces original star Louis C.K. as the main character. It also features the voices of Jenny Slate, Kevin Hart, Eric Stonestreet, Tiffany Haddish, Nick Kroll, Pete Holmes, and Harrison Ford lending his voice to a cartoon character for the very first time.

I’ll be honest, I didn’t really care for the first movie, but it made a lot of money because the kids loved it! This first trailer offers a comedic look at what a bunch on animals are thinking as that are in the waiting room of a veterinarians office.

The Secret Life of Pets 2 will follow summer 2016’s blockbuster about the lives our pets lead after
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'Expanse' Actress Cara Gee Joins 'Call of the Wild' at Fox

'Expanse' Actress Cara Gee Joins 'Call of the Wild' at Fox
Cara Gee, who is best known for her role in the Syfy series The Expanse, is joining Fox's adaptation of The Call of the Wild.

Jack London’s 1903 story tells of a sled dog that tries to survive the Alaskan wilderness as well as a series of abusive owners. Gee joins a cast that includes Harrison Ford, Dan Stevens and Karen Gillan.

Chris Sanders, co-director of The Croods and How to Train Your Dragon, is making his live-action debut with the ambitious adaptation, which will incorporate major CG elements as it tells the story of sled dogs, wolves and humans in ...
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Secret Life of Pets 2 Trailer Takes Max to the Dreaded Vet

Illumination has released the first trailer for The Secret Life of Pets 2. The sequel was originally supposed to hit theaters this year, but was pushed back to 2019 after the studio did some shuffling to their release dates. In addition, Louis C.K., who voiced Max in the first installment, is not involved in the sequel. Illumination fired the comedian late last year after he admitted to misconduct accusations. Fellow comedian Patton Oswalt stepped up to replace C.K. to voice Max.

The latest trailer for The Secret Life of Pets 2 sees Max and the gang take a visit to the vet. Things seem to be okay until all of the pets start to think about why they're all there, which leads to some uncomfortable, yet funny moments. Patton Oswalt was a great choice to take over for Louis C.K. and he appears with Eric Stonestreet, Kevin Hart, Lake Bell,
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'The Secret Life of Pets 2' Trailer: Patton Oswalt's Max Visits the Vet

'The Secret Life of Pets 2' Trailer: Patton Oswalt's Max Visits the Vet
The first trailer for The Secret Life of Pets 2 was released Wednesday.  

While the plot is unknown, the sequel catches up with characters introduced in the 2016 film. The Secret Life of Pets follows the interruption in Jack Russell terrier Max's (Louis C.K.) quiet life after his owner takes in a stray dog named Duke (Eric Stonestreet).

Stonestreet, Kevin Hart, Jenny Slate, Ellie Kemper, Lake Bell, Dana Carvey, Hannibal Buress and Bobby Moynihan all reprise their roles from the original film.

New castmembers include Patton Oswalt, Tiffany Haddish, Nick Kroll, Harrison Ford and Pete Holmes. Oswalt ...
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Anne Hathaway Shares Story Of Hugh Jackman’s Breakdown On Les Miserables Set

Oh, Hugh Jackman. The Australian and affable individual may have built a career out of playing Marvel’s angriest short person (and should have won an Oscar for Logan) and seems to have a sterling reputation, but even he can break down sometimes. At least, that’s according to Cinema Blend.

In a new report, the outlet detailed Anne Hathaway’s remarks at a recent award show in Hollywood. Apparently, while working with Jackman on 2012’s Les Miserables, the actor once got frustrated after a long day of work. And let’s just put it this way, he was well … amusingly decent.

“I knew I had to say something so I said, ‘Are you okay man?’ Hugh drew in a ragged, powerful breath, locked his gaze on mine and said through gritted teeth, ‘Annie, it’s a lot.’ That’s it, that’s the worst behavior I have seen from Hugh Jackman.
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Mike Nichols movies: All 18 films ranked worst to best, including ‘The Graduate,’ ‘Virginia Woolf,’ ‘The Birdcage’

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Mike Nichols movies: All 18 films ranked worst to best, including ‘The Graduate,’ ‘Virginia Woolf,’ ‘The Birdcage’
Mike Nichols would’ve celebrated his 87th birthday on November 6, 2018. One of the few people to complete the Egot, the acclaimed director excelled in film, television and theater until his death in 2014. In honor of his birthday, let’s take a look back at all 18 of his movies, ranked worst to best.

Born in 1931 in Berlin, Germany, Nichols got his start as one half of the comedic improvisational act Nichols and May, working alongside Elaine May. In 1960, the two opened the Broadway show “An Evening with Mike Nichols and Elaine May,” winning a Grammy in 1962 for the LP version. Their partnership ended just a year later, though they would collaborate several times thereafter, including on “The Birdcage” (1996) and “Primary Colors” (1998).

Nichols began his directing career on Broadway, gaining fame for his productions of such Neil Simon classics as “Barefoot in the Park” (1964) and “The Odd Couple” (1965). Both would bring him
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