Meagan Good is involved with a clothing brand that she may believe can usher in a movement celebrating "good girls."
Good, the 33-year-old Christian actress married to Hollywood executive DeVon Franklin, is encouraging girls to not take on stereotypes of bad girl imagery. Good and her sister La'Myia posed in some DEFEND clothing line items in an image posted to the former's Instagram page.
She spoke about the movement that she's helping to usher in that fused the DEFEND clothing brand and her ideals. more >>
The sequel to the popular 2003 Disney fish story, "Finding Nemo" is closer to hitting theaters as Pixar announced the release date of "Finding Dory" for next summer.
In 2003, "Finding Nemo" sent the nervous clown fish, Marlin out into the big ocean to rescue his rebellious runaway son, Nemo. On June 2016, Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures are releasing the sequel, "Finding Dory," 12 years after the original.
This time around, the new movie focuses on Dory, the memory-impaired blue tang fish who helped Marlin find his son in the previous film. Reprising her role as the forgetful fish, top-rated talk show maven, Ellen DeGeneres signed on for the sequel as early as August 2012, and will provide her voice for the second installment in the franchise. more >>
It's rare for a week to pass by without a new "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" plot spoiler to surface in the Web.
Just recently, Screen Rant cited yet another spoiler report from Making Star Wars (the source for anything about Star Wars 7) which indicates that fans might be able to see a great deal of Luke Skywalker's past in the upcoming film.
As stated by the site, actor Robert Boulter was cast to portray the young Jedi Master in a flashback scene which will take place in what is known as "Rose's pub." MSW speculated that the character Rose would be played by Lupita Nyong'o. more >>
Bruce Lee's family wants to tell his real life story to the rest of the world. His family, represented by his daughter Shannon Lee, recently announced that they are working on a new biographical film about the life of the martial arts and Hollywood legend. Bruce Lee died at 32, at the height of his martial arts career.
According to a report in the Independent, the family wants to highlight not just his "physical ability" as a skilled martial artist but also "focus on his spiritual and artistic side." His martial arts skills were demonstrated quite well in the films "Enter the Dragon" and "Fists of Fury."
Several biographical films have been made about Bruce Lee, namely "The Real Bruce Lee," "Bruce Lee, My Brother" and "Dragon: The Real Bruce Lee," but Shannon Lee said that "they've lacked a complete understanding of his philosophies and artistry. They haven't captured the essence of his beliefs in martial arts or storytelling." more >>
James Bond director Sam Mendes has released information about the upcoming 007 film, saying "Spectre" will answer questions concerning Bond's childhood.
The 24th James Bond movie "Spectre" is due out in theaters on Nov. 6, and director Sam Mendes revealed the plot will revolve around the spymaster's childhood and why Bond came to be an orphan.
When Sony Pictures first released the "Spectre" behind-the-scenes featurette last month, audiences were treated to action footage shot on snowy mountains, unaware of the film revolving around the the all-important story of the British spy's past, a theme the last 22 Bond films never visited until "Skyfall" in 2012. more >>
In what almost seems to be a year-long wait for any updates on the purported "Blade Runner" sequel, recent casting news now confirmed franchise star Harrison Ford returning to reprise lead role.
A report from Screen Rant cited the official press release from Alcon Entertainment that actor Harrison Ford is now set to return as the celebrated Rick Deckard while Ridley Scott passes on the directorship.
According to the release, Academy Award nominee Denis Villeneuve of "Prisoners" and "Incendies" is currently "in negotiations to direct" the forthcoming installment as "was announced by Alcon co-founders and co-CEO's Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson." more >>