For the past years, fans have been wondering who Leonardo DiCaprio is romantically involved in as not only has he been spotted being a little bit too close to Rihanna but he was also recently seen hanging out and packing on the PDA with Ela Kawalec.
According to US Weekly, the 41-year-old actor was first seen riding a bike behind the Polish model as they passed by the busy streets of New York City. The rumored couple opted to stay low-key in shades and casual clothing. DiCaprio also covered his head with a hat while Kawalec opted for a beanie.
Later in the day, the pair were once again spotted strolling through the city. At one point, DiCaprio was photographed with his arm around Kawalec. After the romantic walk, they proceeded to lunch with some friends. more >>
Hollywood actress Blake Lively was quick to share her opinion on Laurent Lafitte's controversial opening remarks for the Cannes Film Festival.
The master of ceremonies for the Cannes Film Festival Laurent Lafitte received some backlash when he used Woody Allen for one of his jokes. During the opening of "Cafe Society," he told Allen, "It's very nice that you've been shooting so many movies in Europe, even if you are not being convicted for rape in the U.S."
His comment shocked many of the audience members, deeming it an inappropriate joke even though he was referred to the scandals around Roman Polanski. Blake Lively was one of the disappointed viewers who experienced the joke. With that, she spoke to Variety about her sentiments regarding Lafitte's comment. more >>
Channing Tatum's solo "Gambit" movie is still happening despite the many glitches that led to its delays, according to its producer, Simon Kinberg.
According to a report of Flickering Myth, Kinberg revealed that the production wants to get the right script in order for the "Gambit" movie to get the treatment that it deserves. The report also quoted Kinberg saying that they are working hard on the script, and it is almost done.
Meanwhile, Comic Book Movie opined that the delay in the production of "Gambit" doesn't really come as a surprise. It pointed out that, at the onset, the planned 20th Century Fox movie already experience several troubles, citing the departure of its first supposed director, Rupert Wyatt, from the film. It did not take long for the movie's second director, Doug Liman, to do the same thing. From then on, "Gambit" experienced many other problems, prompting Fox to withdraw it from its slated showing date. more >>
Oscar Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o is said to be in the negotiating table with Marvel Studios for a possible role in the planned "Black Panther" movie.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nyong'o, if negotiations go on smoothly, will play the love interest of Chadwick Boseman, who will play the titular role. Incidentally, Boseman's character has already been introduced in the current blockbuster, "Captain America: Civil War," which has already raked in $940,892,078 as its worldwide gross as of this writing.
While it has been reported that Nyong'o will play the love interest of Black Panther, there is no confirmation as to who or what she will really be in the movie. Basing on the report of The Hollywood Reporter, it can be assumed that she will play a member of Dora Milaje, the elite all-female bodyguards of Black Panther from which a potential queen can be chosen. more >>
According to "Star Wars" franchise lead actress Carrie Fisher (Princess/General Leia Organa), the "Star Wars" films have gained mass appeal because they center on "family."
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Fisher talked about "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" (2015), the latest installment in the franchise, and its record-breaking success. "This movie's about family, 'Star Wars' is. That's why it has the appeal."
In "The Force Awakens," Fisher reprised her role as Leia Organa, the twin sister of Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker, the only remaining Jedi. While Leia was known as a princess in the original "Star Wars" trilogy, by "The Force Awakens," which takes place roughly 30 years from the events in "Return of the Jedi" (1983), Leia had risen to the position of a general in the Resistance against the First Order. more >>
Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn isn't only the most popular character (apart from the Joker) in the upcoming "Suicide Squad." In a recent interview, the Australian actress said that she thinks she has the "best character" in the DC antihero ensemble.
In her cover story in the latest issue of Oyster magazine, Robbie talked about being asked by director David Ayer to take on the role of Harley. "For the first time, I thought that I had the best character in the movie," she said. "I wouldn't trade my character in 'Suicide Squad' for anyone else's."
While Robbie was admittedly never a fan of comic books, she was nonetheless excited to play the role of the iconic comic book character. In a recent Vogue profile, Robbie spoke about what makes Harley such an endearing character despite being a dangerous criminal and ex-sidekick of the villainous Joker. more >>