Daniel Craig is apparently done playing role of the world's most popular spy – James Bond. Although the film franchise reportedly offered the English actor $99 million to reprise his role in a couple of movies, he turned it down; even if he earned millions for the four films he starred.
According to the Daily Mail, MGM wanted him to stay, owing to the fact that with him as 007, the franchise somewhat enjoyed success. The report also said that the film studio even pitched to him the inclusion of endorsements, co-producer credits, and even profit shares. Well, those are more than enough for other actors to immediately sign and embrace.
Craig may actually have turned his back from the most successful spy film franchise in history in as early as last year when he said in one of his interviews that he would rather slash his wrists instead of playing the character for another time after Spectre. more >>
Another installment of the movie adaptation "Sherlock Holmes" is expected to begin soon.
It has been years since the release of "Sherlock Holmes 2," which featured Robert Downey Jr. as the iconic detective. According to Den Of Geek, The delay for the new installment was due to Downey Jr.'s busy schedule as he was under the Marvel contract to portray the role of superhero Iron Man.
However, Collider reported that the production of "Sherlock Holmes 3" will start later this year. Joel Silver spoke to the news source recently, giving some details about the upcoming film. He stated that they are looking to start this fall in order to fit the filming into Downey Jr.'s schedule. more >>
Zac Efron claims that his life is now more structured and has a balance of opposites.
In his recent interview with Elle magazine, the actor revealed that he couldn't live his life the way he wanted to in the past because of fear. However, it eventually dawned on him that overcoming fear leads to greatness.
According to the actor, there was a phase in his life wherein he would start his day by Googling himself. However, it finally hit him that living his life based on the opinion of others is not the way how life should be lived as he couldn't be himself, as per People. more >>
Actor Kirk Cameron revealed the backlash he first received when he overzealously tried to convert his Hollywood peers by using apologetics, in a recent YouTube video posted by Living Waters.
In the video titled, "Balancing Apologetics and Evangelism," the outspoken Christian shared his testimony of going from an atheist, whose intellect fought against the idea of God, to an unashamed Christian evangelist.
During the 48-minute teaching, he opened up about the early days after he was first saved when he tried to be an apologist to Hollywood. more >>
The only reason why the second "Ghostbusters" trailer is positive is because the first one was simply too awful, or at least that is what millions of YouTube users thought when it first came out in March. This time though (2016), there seems to be traces of chemistry among the all-female lead characters for this expensive reboot of the 1984 blockbuster supernatural comedy film.
You can watch the new trailer below before we talk about what to expect from this reboot:
The Guardian reports that there are some incredible new CGI ghost beasties previewed, while everything looks to be a definite upgrade of what excited moviegoers saw in the first trailer. In this second offering, there is a bit more exposure for Chris Hemsworth's character, Kevin, as well as the filthy and gunge-colored ghost named Slimer from the original film. more >>
LeToya Luckett is glorifying God after earning a role in the upcoming film about singer Dionne Warwick to be titled "Dionne."
"To God be the glory," the 35-year-old actress and singer wrote on Instagram Saturday. "Overjoyed and honored! Thank you #DionneWarwick."
Warwick, the 75-year-old singer and actress announced that Luckett would take a leading role in the film alongside actors Olympia Dukakis and Danny Glover. The film will be based off Warwick's 2010 autobiography My Life as I See It and will document her career from 1962 through 1968. more >>