Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt officially married in France over the weekend, their reps confirmed on Thursday.
After nine years together, including a two-year engagement, the superstar couple privately tied the knot on Saturday, Aug. 23, according to The Associated Press. Jolie and Pitt's civil ceremony was nondenominational and took place in a small chapel near their French home, Chateau Miraval. It was attended only by friends and family. In advance of the civil ceremony, Jolie and Pitt obtained a license from a local California judge who later conducted the ceremony in France.
Additional details about the wedding include the couple's six children; sons Maddox, 12, Pax, 10, Knox, 5, and daughters Zahara, 9, Shiloh, 8, and Vivienne, 5. Jolie walked down the aisle with her eldest sons while Zahara and Vivienne threw petals as flower girls. Also, Shiloh and Knox served as ring bearers, according to a spokesman. more >>
A sequel to "Man of Steel" is now looking to premiere on March 25, 2016 and will feature the rivalry between Batman and Superman. The film will be titled "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and will take place after the events of the Kryptonian attack on Metropolis which killed thousands of people.
In the film, Batman who will be played by Ben Affleck holds Superman (Henry Cavill) accountable for the attack which destroyed the city. Along the way, the two heroes will form the partnership which will eventually create the Justice League.
The film will be directed by Zack Snyder and written by Chris Terrio and David S. Goyer. Amy Adams will return to play as Lois Lane, while new characters will be introduced in the film. Gal Gadot will play as Princess Diana (Wonder Woman) and Jesse Eisenberg will be playing as Superman's greatest enemy Lex Luthor. more >>
Kirk Cameron and Provident Films announced a three-picture deal today, starting with "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas" which hits theaters on November 14.
The collaboration between Cameron's CamFam Studios and Nashville-based Provident Films will help bring families together and inspire new ideas about Christmas, the actor said on Tuesday, Aug. 17.
"I am extremely excited to begin this new, ongoing relationship with Provident Films," Cameron said in a press release. "My hope for 'Saving Christmas' is that families all across the country will join with my family in putting Christ back into Christmas! For too many years Christmas has been attacked and hammered by those outside the church, and it's even changed how we think about Christmas inside the church. We are proudly going to put Christ back into Christmas and remind Christians why this is not only a holy day, but a celebration as well. I believe that families will love this movie!" more >>
Dustin Marcinello's 'The Identical' hits theaters next week and a new teaser trailer provides a glimpse into the journey of lead Ryan Wade, a pastor's son in search of his identity and life purpose.
Blake Rayne, who plays Wade, stars alongside Emmy award-winning actor Ray Liotta (Reece Wade) and acclaimed actress Ashley Judd (Louise Wade) in this Christian-themed, rock-n-roll tale about fate and destiny.
A new teaser reveals one pivotal moment in the film where Ryan's own instinct threatens to uncover a well kept family secret. Ironically, this close call helps validate his passion for music and ultimately leads him closer to discovering his purpose. more >>
The directors of 'Captain America 3' hope to surprise the audience with the new film by creating a unique plot that will keep them engaged.
Film makers Anthony and Joe Russo, who also worked on the previous movie 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' recently spoke to IGN.com about the sequel and if it will keep the same tone as the 2014 smash.
"From a narrative or tonal standpoint, we don't want to keep delivering the same movie. I know, as a fan, when I go to a film, I prefer to be surprised," said Joe Russo to the publication. "I know, as a fan, when I go to a film, I prefer to be surprised." more >>
Can you imagine a television program airing in America that portrayed Muhammad as a foul-mouthed pothead? Given that earlier this year ABC canceled Alice in Arabia—a show about an Arab-American who goes to live with her grandparents in Saudi Arabia—because CAIR (the Council on American-Islamic Relations) complained that the show relied on stereotypes of Muslims, it seems highly unlikely. Yet Black Jesus –the latest reminder that Christianity is the only major religion it is universally permissible to denigrate—began airing August 7 on Adult Swim.
Why did this show make it past the network censors while a similar show about Muhammad never would have? Probably for the same reason P*ss Christ—a 1987 photograph of a crucifix submerged in the "artist's" urine—was exhibited in the Stux Gallery in New York and won an award for visual arts from the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts. And the same reason Madonna could perform her single Live to Tell wearing a crown of thorns while suspended from a giant cross. In America, mocking Christianity has gone from being considered a sign of poor taste to the mark of artistic courage.
Although Megan Kelly was nearly "crucified" for affirming that Jesus was white, this series takes the issue of Jesus' ethnicity to the point of absurdity. Black Jesus began as a series of shorter skits on YouTube, where its antics fit well with the millions of hours of similarly amateurish material. The show has one joke: a black man in Compton dresses in robes suitable for a middle school play and calls himself Jesus. He's a nice enough guy, but he spends his days drinking forties, smoking joints, and dropping the f-bomb. And if you don't think that's just hilarious, then according to Robert Lloyd of the Chicago Tribune, you are an uptight religious fanatic who needs to relax. Lloyd writes: more >>