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“We start filming early next year,” he revealed to us in the above video interview, all while admitting that in the backs of all of their heads during production, they’re always thinking about “Hall H at Comic-Con. And how to unveil what we’re working on. So certainly, next year…”
Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige showed concept art for the title character and dropped some hints about the 2019 release.
Look out, Paris! This year’s Bastille Day celebration will bring none other than our Twitter-obsessed president, Donald Trump, who will attend the traditional July 14 military parade down the Champs-Élysées with French President Emmanuel Macron. But all through the year, celebrities love visiting the City of Light — and being in the capital city gets them posing like tourists.
Brie Larson is gracing the cover of Vanity Fair’s May issue. The Oscar-winning actress talks about a lot, especially her Hollywood friends.
As the saying goes, “Art is everywhere.” These stars — including Halle Berry, Jennifer Lopez, Taylor Swift, and more — found it while on the move, in unexpected places, and passed it along.
Brie Larson seemed happy to have some distance between herself and Casey Affleck at the Oscars last month. Brie Larson admits that she didn’t clap for Casey Affleck when he won Best Actor at the Oscars — and you can read into it what you will. After giving the Manchester by the Sea star the award, Larson, an advocate for sex assault victims, stood emotionless — and didn’t clap — as Casey, who was accused of sexually harassing two women while shooting 2010’s I’m Still Here, gave his speech.
In the 88 years that the Academy has been handing out trophies for Best Actress, 74 different women have taken home an Oscar. It’s an elite club, and as you can tell by our history-spanning supercut video, it’s filled with some major acting icons.
After winning a Best Actress Oscar earlier this year for Room, Brie Larson hasn’t languished wondering what to do for an encore. Her impressive array of upcoming projects includes Free Fire (from acclaimed High-Rise director Ben Wheatley) and Captain Marvel, in which she’ll be Marvel Studios’ first female superhero carrying a movie of her own. ...
June has been a big month for Broadway. Hamilton, that amazing musical you’ll never get tickets to, just cleaned up at the Tony Awards. And, it was announced that Wicked, the novel that was adapted into a billion dollar musical, will be adapted for film.
It’s safe to say everyone was moved by Lady Gaga’s performance of her Oscar-nominated song “Til It Happens to You.” The Golden Globe winner performed the ballad — co-written by Diane Warren for the documentary The Hunting Ground about sexual assault on college campuses — alongside a group of survivors.
On Monday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, Brie Larson admitted to not knowing anything about football. Jimmy asked her if she knew who won the Super Bowl, she guessed, “The cougars? I know that it was an animal, right? Was it a mammal?” She continued to guess until Jimmy said, “You’ll figure it out when the guy from the team comes out here.” That guy was DeMarcus Ware, outside linebacker for the Super Bowl winning Denver Broncos. She joked that anyone who played football wouldn’t know about her film, Room. Then all 260 pounds of Demarcus came out as the next guest, not the type of guy one should anger. ...
On Sunday’s Golden Globes broadcast, Ricky Gervais included a couple of jokes that touched on the hot topic of Women in Hollywood: “Of course women should be paid the same as men for doing the same job. I’d like to say now that I’m getting paid exactly the same as Tina and Amy did last year. I know there were two of them, it’s not my fault they wanted to share the money.” New BFFs Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer introduced clips from their respective films, Joy and Trainwreck, and opened by addressing preconceived notions people have about them– mostly that everyone wants to hang out with them and that they should be models.
Jacob Tremblay, the 9-year-old star of the new movie Room, sat down with Meredith Vieira for his first ever TV talk show appearance Friday. He was welcomed with thunderous applause. The emotional and intense performance he gave in Room has been cause for speculation that he will be nominated for an Academy Award, to which responded, “I hope so.” The Smurfs 2 actor also talked about how he bonded with co-star Brie Larson over things like Legos and Star Wars.