"Man Of Steel" fans awaiting the sequel will be forced to wait close to an additional year before it is released, The Warner Bros studios recently announced.
While fans were initially given a July 2015 date to view the yet to be titled sequel that has Henry Cavill returning as Superman and Ben Affleck signing on as Batman, they will now have to wait until May 6, 2016. The studio is taking time to "fully realize their vision, given the complex visual nature of the story," according to E! news.
It seems the production studio will release a Peter Pan film adaptation before bringing the "Man of Steel" film to life, which features Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman more >>
A Christian movie, which only screened in nine cities in 2013, has picked up an Academy Award nomination for "Best Original Song" this week and has surprised both critics and the song's composer and singer alike.
Joni Erickson Tada, the vocalist for the song, as well as an author, painter and quadriplegic who runs her own organization Joni and Friends, said that the Oscar nomination came as a complete surprise to her.
"I'm the least likely candidate to record a song for a movie, I'll tell you that up front, so it's amazing," Tada told The Hollywood Reporter. "It's amazing enough that a family friendly movie with a Christian theme is nominated in any category for an Academy Award. Besides The Blind Side, which was wonderful, it's just not the norm." more >>
DeVon Franklin, Hollywood executive and preacher, is revealing that he almost did not date his current wife Meagan Good to avoid seeming unprofessional.
The pair worked together on the 2011 film "Jumping The Broom," but Franklin wanted nothing more than to view the Christian actress as a colleague.
"I was mindful of crossing that professional line," Franklin told ESSENCE magazine recently. "Then, while we were talking at the Jumping The Broom premiere party, I thought, 'Wait! Something is going on here' but I kept trying to tell myself, 'No, no no.'" more >>
Vanessa Paradis shocked fans with a completely new look just as reports arose that her ex Johnny Depp is engaged this week.
The French actress stepped out with her friend, famed hairstylist John Nollet, on Wednesday when she debuted a short, curly brown hairdo, according to the Daily Mail.
Paradis, 41, appeared happy and relaxed while dining at the Los Angeles eatery Aroma Café, offering fans a hint that the starlet has moved on since her break up from Depp in June 2012. more >>
"The Mask You Live In," a new documentary that will be released this year, explores the many difficulties boys are having in American society today. One scholar, though, is concerned that its critique of masculinity will go too far.
"We've constructed an idea of masculinity in the United States that doesn't give young boys a way to feel secure in their masculinity, so we make them go prove it all the time," Dr. Michael Kimmel, a sociologist and educator, says in the trailer, which has nearly 1.5 million views at press time.
The film is made by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, who made "Miss Representation," which looked at how the media represents, or misrepresents, women. In a July interview with The Huffington Post, Newsom explains that it was during the making of that film, while she was pregnant with her son, that she began thinking about the difficulties that boys face. more >>
Christian actor Stephen Baldwin has finished paying off 75 percent of a $400,000 unpaid tax debt that the actor admitted he owed last March.
The brother of Alec Baldwin said last year that he did not pay his New York state taxes in 2008, 2009 and 2010 and subsequently was hit with a $400,000 bill in taxes, interest and penalties.
Baldwin paid two $100,000 installments in 2013 and another one last Friday, bringing his total balance to $300,000 paid and $100,000 outstanding to pay off the debt completely. more >>