Warner Bros.’ Suicide Squad has enlisted two more cast members. It’s been reported that boxer Raymond Olubowale and Scott Eastwood will appear in the film. It’s unclear who either will be playing in the film.
Trevor Noah has been selected to become the next host of the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning “The Daily Show,” it was announced today by Michele Ganeless, president, Comedy Central. His show’s premiere will be announced at a later date.
The BBC announced today that Maisie Williams will set foot on the “Doctor Who” TARDIS to take up a guest role in the hit show that returns to UK screens this autumn.
There’s a lot of excitement building for Denzel Washington’s third movie with Training Day director Antoine Fuqua, a remake of the Western The Magnificent Seven, which reunites him with Training Day‘s Oscar-nominated supporting actor Ethan Hawke, joined by Chris Pratt and the recently-announced Vincent D’Onofrio.
The movie hasn’t started filming yet, but Sony has already set their sights on a release date according to ERC Box Office, and the plan is to release it on MLK Jr. weekend, January 13, 2017.
Chris McQuarrie’s Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation is due to arrive Friday, July 31 in US cinemas, but it has been confirmed on the film’s official Facebook page that it will arrive a day earlier in the UK and Ireland: Thursday, July 30!
The 2015 Jameson Empire Awards took place at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel this afternoon, hosted by The Hobbit star James Nesbitt, and it was Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar which took home the top prizes of Best Film and Best Director. Rosamund Pike won Best Actress for her work in Gone Girl, and Andy Serkis was deservedly recognised in the Best Actor category for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Stage and screen director Gene Saks, who helmed many Neil Simon plays on Broadway and won Tonys for the Cy Coleman-Michael Stewart musical “I Love My Wife” plus Simon’s “Brighton Beach Memoirs” and “Biloxi Blues,” died Saturday, according to the New York Times. He was 93.