Empire Magazine hosted their star-studded annual awards in London today, and with all categories voted for by readers of the magazine, there were critical and commercial favourites taking home gold.
‘The Incredibles 2’ will feature Samuel L Jackson’s Frozone, according to the ‘Pulp Fiction’ star.
Going into the weekend with what seemed like studio-generated controversy and minimal critics screenings, Darren Aronofsky’s take on the biblical epic Noah (Paramount), starring Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, Douglas Booth, Anthony Hopkins and Ray Winstone, opened Thursday night in 3,567 North American theaters taking in $1.6 million from previews which added to its $15.2 million Friday total. The intriguing take on the well-known tale held up well through the weekend, grossing an estimated $44 million by Sunday, although the movie’s “C” CinemaScore isn’t a good sign that moviegoers were given the movie they were expecting, so it may be hard to maintain its business.
How I Met Your Mother stars Jason Segal and Neil Patrick Harris performed a rendition ofThe Confrontation from Les Miserables on Inside The Actor’s Studio, on which James Lipton also interviewed co-stars Josh Radnor, Cobie Smulders and Alyson Hannigan about the series finale this Monday.
Neil Patrick Harris has said that How I Met Your Mother stars Josh Radnor and Cristin Milioti made him cry during the show’s finale. Harris, who plays Barney Stinson in the sitcom, told US Weekly about the emotional final scenes, “We never talked about the end. Josh Radnor has never been funnier and Cristin Milioti made me cry.”
When Warner Bros. made the announcement last year that J.K. Rowling was writing the screenplay for a Harry Potter spinoff movie called Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, they pointedly said Rowling would write “the first film”, indicating it would be a larger series. We now have a better idea of what the full plan is, as the New York Times has revealed that the Fantastic Beasts series is currently planned as a trilogy, specifically stating “Three megamovies are planned.”
The final ever episode of How I Met Your Mother airs Monday night on CBS, and as we prepare to bid farewell to Ted, Barney, Robin, Marshall, Lily and The Mother, we’ve come up with five reasons why nobody will ever forget the show!