Hillsong United is celebrating a major feat on Friday after their number-one single "Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)" reached RIAA platinum status.
The worship band is rising to higher heights with the latest hit, which is off their fastest-selling album, "ZION." Hillsong was in ten of Billboard's End of Year charts, topping five of the charts including Top Christian Artists, Hot Christian Songs, Hot Christian Songs Artists, Christian Airplay Artists and Christian Digital Songs. The group also earned five GMA Dove Awards, including the coveted Artist of the Year and Song of the Year Award this year. Consequently, Hillsong United was recognized for reaching RIAA's highest status on Friday.
Wrapping up a year of awards and recognition, Hillsong United is looking ahead to 2015 when their new full-length studio album is released. Moreover, the group stars in a film by Warner Bros. and Alcon Entertainment set for nationwide release in April: "Let Hope Rise – the Hillsong Movie." more >>
Evangeline Lilly is best known for her role as Kate in ABC's "Lost." But now, the actress is building a career in film, and what better way to do that than to star in a Marvel super hero movie?
Lilly has already been featured in the last two "The Hobbit" movies as the elf warrior Tauriel. But the actress is expected to shine as she joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe in next year's "Ant-Man," starring Paul Rudd as the titular character.
While promoting "The Hobbit," Lilly spoke to CNN about her "Ant-Man" character, Hope Van Dyne, the daughter of Hank Pym (Michael Douglas). more >>
New details about the upcoming "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" film have appeared online thanks to the alleged trailer that was leaked online.
The alleged full trailer of Director Zack Snyder's superhero film first reportedly appeared on 4Chan's Reddit thread, where the trailer was not only shown, but also came with details, full-length descriptions and explanations of every dialogue and scene that can be seen.
Based on 4Chan's leaks, the story will start off in Metropolis and in the trailer Batman, played by Ben Affleck, will be serving as the narrator for the trailer. He could be seen in his new Batsuit and was reportedly heard spouting off dialogue such as "the world has changed with the arrival of the Kryptonians." more >>
"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" has yet to start production but rumors are already circulating claiming that the fifth film in the franchise is going to end up as a reboot of the film.
The news reportedly came from film alum Orlando Bloom, who played Will Turner in the original trilogy of the franchise. The actor, who was promoting "The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies" at the time, spoke with IGN and mentioned that he was in talks with Disney about the possibility of returning to the film but said he wasn't signing up just yet.
"I'm not entirely sure that I'll be back," he said. "They went to reboot the whole franchise, I think." more >>
Kristen Stewart is not bothered at all by the romance blooming between her ex-beau Robert Pattinson and singer-songwriter FKA Twigs, as she was convinced it was all a "fling" and won't last long.
A source claimed that the "Twilight" actress knew her ex well enough to know that Twigs will eventually "grow tired" of Pattinson, even claiming they will only last around half a year.
"Kristen just can't see the relationship lasting," the source told Hollywood Life. more >>
Jennifer Aniston shared her thoughts on people questioning her maternal status and decision against having children, calling the pressures unfair and hurtful, and also spoke about why feminism isn't hard to understand.
Aniston spoke about the issues frankly during her interview for the January issue of Allure magazine, saying that it bothers her when people continue to question her decision on not having a child.
"I don't like the pressure that people put on me, on women," she said. "That you've failed yourself as a female because you haven't procreated. I don't think it's fair." more >>