Way back in 1999, ‘Star Wars: Episode I -The Phanton Menace’ reignited the ‘Star Wars’ franchise. Now, with a new trailer for the 3D version hitting the Web, ‘Wars’ mania is back in full swing. Ready to party with some Jedi like it’s 1999?
Lately, Ben Affleck gets behind the camera a lot more than he does in front of it, and his next project may have him directing a Stephen King novel.
Deadline.com is reporting that Affleck is in talks to direct Warner Brothers’ big screen version of King’s novel ‘The Stand.’ No word on who will star in the new version of the book. In fact, it’s not even confirmed by the studio or Affleck that he’s even in talks to direct the film.
14 million viewers watch the critically-acclaimed ABC comedy ‘Modern Family’ at its regular time, but if you add in the 4.5 million who watch a recording of it later, that number actually jumps to 18 million. So not only is it one of the best shows on television with exceptional ratings, it’s also the most recorded.
Are you one of the approximately 75 gazillion people who are addicted to Farmville, cluttering Facebook news feeds with posts about finding a pig or tending crops? Then you might be interested in the Farmville movie Hollywood is developing based on the popular game. Not content to wait, Jimmy Kimmel debuted a (fake) teaser trailer last night on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live.’
Though it was once derided as a platform for oversharing geeks, Twitter‘s become so big amongst celebrities, we find ourselves surprised when a boldface name doesn’t have a corresponding Twitter handle. Be-Kangol’d movie star Samuel L. Jackson is the latest celeb to join the social network, and signed up with a little help from prolific tweeter Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday’s ‘Late Night.’
Fans of ‘The Simpsons’ were thrown into a panic a couple of weeks ago when word leaked that the voice actors on the show were holding out for more money. Fox said if they couldn’t come to an agreement this current season would be the last for the show.
Who would’ve thought we’d ever see Conan O’Brien back at NBC? Well, that’s exactly what happened last night when O’Brien popped in to visit Jimmy Fallon on ‘Late Night,’ the show he hosted for 16 years.
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