The Emmy nominated Netflix television series has ended its season 2 run, but even before season 2 debuted; the series was already announced to be renewed for season 3 with 13 episodes. Along with the renewal, some new cast members have also been added to the show, as well as making some cast members officially as series regulars for season 3, such as Yael Stone, Samira Wiley, Selenis Leyva, Nick Sandow, Adrienne Moore, Laura Prepon, and Dascha Polenko.
It is still a long way to go before fans can get to see the highly-anticipated “Fifty Shades of Grey” in theaters, as it had been pushed for a later release date of February 13 next year. But there is more than enough publicity going on for the impending release of the movie.
It’s not everyday you get to have an album that is entirely free, and it’s not just any kind of album - it’s an album from U2. An official announcement from Apple recently confirms that U2’s new album called, “Songs of Innocence” is being given away for free by Apple, exclusively free through iTunes but only until October 13. So rush to iTunes now before Oct. 13 to not miss out in this great deal from Apple and U2.
Initial report from Variety confirms the addition of Broadway icon and Tony winner Patti LuPone in Showtime’s hit show, the supernatural period drama “Penny Dreadful” that stars Eva Green, Josh Hartnett, Timothy Dalton, Helen McCrory and more. LuPone has also been seen in the horror series “American Horror Story: Coven” and HBO’s “Girls.”
One Direction fans are surely screaming so hard right now, they cannot and will not contain the happiness and excitement of the big news that just came up to them. The boys of One Direction just recently announced that they have a new album coming up titled “Four” and it is set for a release on November 17.
Sir Paul McCartney, one of the most successful composers and performers of all time; together with the best band of the world, “The Beatles” is set to be back in the music world with the release of a massive Paul McCartney tribute CD that is due out this coming November 18.
In the drama film “Black and White,” Kevin Costner plays a Los Angeles lawyer who after having been devastated from the demise of his wife and his daughter takes over to care for his biracial granddaughter. A heated battle over the custody of the child soon follows when Costner’s character refuses to share custody to the African-American mother of the child’s father. Costner co-stars with Octavia Spencer as the grandmother.
The “How I Met Your Mother” star shares in a tweet, Monday; “Guess what? @DavidBurtka and I got married over the weekend. In Italy. Yup,we put the ‘n’ and ‘d’ in husband.”
The “Avengers” and “Thor” star recently showed his Hank Williams singing live by covering some songs at Michigan’s Wheatland Music Festival by the American country singer-songwriter, who Hiddleston is set to portray in the upcoming biopic titled, “I Saw The Light.” He made a surprise appearance at the fest and sang two of Williams’ hits: “Move It On Over” and “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” alongside Rodney Crowell.
Chris Rock, the famed comedian, actor; and also a screenwriter, TV and film producer, and director truly shines at the recent Toronto International Film Festival at its Saturday premiere of his third directorial film effort called, “Top Five.” It was screened for the first time via the Special Presentations section of the film festival.
“The Queen and members of both families are delighted with the news,” says a statement from Buckingham Palace, according to a report by LA Times.
"In a place of great minds, Stephen Hawking made a connection that changed everything.” “This November, hope is everything. Life is everything. Love is everything.”
The headlines are in! NHK reports, “An unprecedented feat for Japan.” Kei Nishikori, the 10th seed and Japanese tennis sensation made history as he defeated world number 1 Novak Djokovic at the US Open Semifinals, Sunday at the Flushing Meadows in an intense weather conditions with scores, 6-4, 1-6, 7-6 (7-4) 6-3.
The HBO hit mysterious dark drama that starred Matthew McConauhey and Woody Harrelson, with both of them earning Emmy nominations ended and we all know that both actors won’t be coming back for the show, the same can be said for its director Cary Fukunaga. There’s been quite a lot of buzz about some details for True Detective season 2, but this time reports are saying that Justin Lin is being considered as one of the multiple directors.
Drew Barrymore is back in filming as she joins Toni Collette in the new drama film “Miss You Already.” She was last seen in Blended with Adam Sandler, but this time she’s going drama. The film will be directed by “Twilight” director Catherine Hardwicke, with screenplay penned from British writer and actor Morwenna Banks, according to an initial report from Variety.