Another movie about Apple's influential co-founder, Steve Jobs is bowing in theaters soon. Universal's "Steve Jobs" is opening in theaters on October 9, 2015 and the movie recently released its first trailer. Another co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak, shared his thoughts about the trailer.
Wozniak is figured prominently in the film, and he is played by Seth Rogen. Michael Fassbender appears as Steve Jobs. His first comment was about how accurate the film portrayed him. The report said that he told Bloomberg that "he doesn't believe Seth Rogen's portrayal of him in the film is accurate," especially the part where his character accused Jobs of "hogging the spotlight."
He also said that the film did not show him and the way he speaks. more >>
Bobby Brown has vowed to get justice for his sick daughter, Bobbi Kristina, amid reports that an alleged family member is shopping around a so called deathbed photo of her to media outlets.
Last month, the 22-year-old only biological daughter of the late Whitney Houston was moved to hospice care, five months after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her Roswell, Georgia, home just outside of Atlanta. On Friday, gossip website TMZ.com reported that someone was attempting to sell a photo of Bobbi Kristina laying in her bed at the hospice center for $100,000. It was allegedly taken by an extended family member.
"I'm just looking to get justice," Brown told a TMZ in Los Angeles on Sunday when asked about the disturbing report. more >>
Fans of popular Japanese brand Hello Kitty will soon have another reason for excitement after Sanrio announced that a film adaptation is currently in the works.
The Japanese lifestyle giant will be financing and producing a big screen adaptation for its globally famous character Hello Kitty via its new U.S. subsidiary, Sanrio Media & Pictures Entertainment. They are working on a budget of between $160 million to $240 million, Sanrio executives said.
The U.S. subsidiary was launched last month to promote the Japanese company's brand and IP on a global scale. Rehito Hatoyama, Sanrio managing director, has been assigned as the U.S. unit's new chief executive, and will oversee its first project – the Hello Kitty movie. more >>
When Warner Bros. and DC's upcoming big screen offering, "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" arrives in theaters next year, fans will find a Caped Crusader that is already tired to the bones.
Unlike Christian Bale's take of the Batman in Christopher Nolan's critically-acclaimed "Dark Knight" trilogy, Ben Affleck's version of the vigilante superhero will be older and somewhat weathered.
"He's at the end of his run and maybe the end of his life. There's this sort of world-weariness to it," the "Good Will Hunting" star told Entertainment Weekly. more >>
If the TV series "Aquarius" is revisiting the crimes of Charles Manson and his fanatic group of "believers" from the perspective of law enforcement, another TV network wants to take a deeper look at the "believers" themselves. Lifetime TV recently greenlighted a TV movie about the group of teenaged girls who took part in Manson's criminal activities.
The TV movie is tentatively titled "Manson's Lost Girls" and it is supposed to be an original movie about the group of teenaged girls who "fell under Charles Manson's spell" and helped perpetrate the gruesome killings that Manson intended to "start an apocalyptic war," according to a report in Deadline.
According to another report in Time, the movie's story will follow one of the girls, Linda Kasabian as she joined the hippie commune Spahn Ranch, thinking how open they were when they accepted Linda and her baby girl without any question or judgement. Kasabian later on testifies against Manson and his followers during the trial for the murder of Sharon Tate. more >>