The former friends have buried the hatchet, judging from Perry's shock cameo in Swift's latest music video.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Pokémon Detective Pikachu" gave "Avengers: Endgame" a run for its money this weekend at the box office, but the superheroes managed to hold onto the throne once again.
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Blake Lively reveals she is pregnant with her third baby. Do #TheArya has taken over social media following the last “Game of Thrones” episode. Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner got married in Vegas wedding. Peter Mayhew died at age 74. Julianne Hough was seen wearing a neck brace after she was hit by Paula Abdul’s fliying hat at a Billboard awards performance. To read more, click the links below.
Warner Bros. has released a new video of "screen tests" for more than 20 of the Pokémon who appear in the franchise's first live-action movie.
Ryan Reynolds pays tribute to fellow Canadian John Candy on 25th anniversary of his death
The latest trailer for the upcoming Warner Bros. live-action "Detective Pikachu" movie introduces a couple of new Pokémon for longtime fans to obsess over, including Mewtwo.
The ongoing online feud between Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds came to a hilarious, dramatic end on Wednesday. The two X-Men universe stars have been playful frenemies online for months but recently declared a “truce” in their internet war. In a new video where they agreed to bury the hatchet, Reynolds looked like he would come out the bigger man … that is until Jackman got the last laugh. Reynolds and Jackman agreed to make advertisements for each others’ brands: Reynolds did one for Jackman’s Laughing Man Coffee, and Jackman created a pitch for Reynolds’s Aviation Gin — or so he claimed. Also Read: Ryan Reynolds Is Set to Walk Down the Aisle in Lionsgate's 'Shotgun Wedding' “Can a coffee be a superhero,” Reynolds asked in a slick, professional-looking and even inspirational coffee advertisement that Reynolds boasted cost $1 million. “And Hugh could be behind such a Hugh-oic company? My friend, Hugh Jackman.” Surely Jackman’s was just as sincere, right? Also Read: Don't Worry, Marvel Will Continue Making R-Rated 'Deadpool' Movies “Ryan Reynolds is a complete and total [bleep],” Jackman said in his ad. “The gin’s pretty great though. I’ll have to try it some day.” He then tips the bottle over on its side and lets it spill all over a table as he smirks into the camera in self-satisfaction. Also Read: Ryan Reynolds Trolls Hugh Jackman With Fake Political Smear Ad (Video) Who could’ve asked for a better end to this brilliant, fake feud? Perhaps someday they can revive their feud for real in an R-rated “Wolverine vs. Deadpool” movie. Watch the “truce” video above. Read original story Hugh Jackman Gets the Last Laugh Over Ryan Reynolds in Online Feud (Video) At TheWrap
There may be a few more F-bombs dropped around the Magic Kingdom. The Walt Disney Company has enjoyed a squeaky clean image as the preeminent provider of family-friendly entertainment. However, things may get a little less wholesome with the upcoming acquisition of much of 21st Century Fox's film and television assets, a $71.3 billion purchase […]
Ryan Reynolds enjoys trolling people on Twitter, and he especially relishes a good hit at Hugh Jackman. The "X-Men" star is happy to tease him right back.
EXCLUSIVE: Ryan Reynolds has tied the knot to star in and produce action-comedy Shotgun Wedding for Lionsgate, Mandeville Films and his outfit Maximum Effort with Pitch Perfect helmer Jason Moore on board to direct. The movie reunites Deadpool star Reynolds with Lionsgate after the two partnered on hit action-comedy The Hitman's Bodyguard. It also re-teams Mandeville's Todd Lieberman and David Hoberman with the studio after their 2017 box office hit Wonder. Beauty And The…
Legendary Entertainment has closed a deal for Oren Uziel to write the script for a sequel to the upcoming “Detective Pikachu,” the first live-action film based on the globally popular Pokémon franchise, an individual with knowledge of the project tells TheWrap. Uziel most recently worked on the screenplay for Paramount Pictures’ “Sonic the Hedgehog.” His past credits include writing and directing “Shimmer Like,” “The Cloverfield Paradox,” and “22 Jump Street.” “Detective Pikachu” directed by Rob Letterman and starring Ryan Reynolds, Ken Watanabe, Justice Smith and Kathryn Newton, is set to be released by Warner Bros. on May 10, 2019. Also Read: 'Detective Pikachu' Trailer: Ryan Reynolds Is an Adorable Spark of Energy (Video) The film features a mix of human actors and CGI Pokémon. It’s a world where people collect Pokémon to do battle, but Tim comes across Reynolds’ intelligent Pikachu, who instead seeks to be a detective. Pokémon has delighted fans of all ages around the world for over two decades and is one of the most successful entertainment properties in the world. “Detective Pikachu” comes after the phenomenal success of the augmented reality mobile game Pokémon GO, based on the popular the Japanese TV series, trading cards and video games. Uziel is represented by WME, Writ Large and attorney David Fox. The Hollywood Reporter first reported the news. Read original story Oren Uziel to Write ‘Detective Pikachu’ Sequel At TheWrap