While filming a segment for "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", Daniel Craig has finally confirmed that he will return as James Bond. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) has the story.
It's safe to say Oprah Winfrey is no fan of Bride of Chucky. The media mogul has revealed how the horror flick contributed to her six week bout with depression. In a new interview, Oprah says she suffered with depression after her 1998 film Beloved tanked at the box office. "I got a call from someone at the studio, and they said, 'It’s over. You got beat by 'Chucky,'" she recounted to Vogue. "And I said, 'Who’s "Chucky?' What do you mean it’s over? It’s just Saturday morning!' I knew nothing about box-office projections or weekend openings...and so began my long plunge into food and depression and suppressing all my feelings." During its opening weekend Beloved earned $8.1 million and came in behind Bride of Chucky, which toppped the box office with $11.8 million. Oprah was heavily invested in Beloved having not only starred in the movie but also bought the film rights to the Toni Morrison novel and was instrumental in adapting it for the big screen. "I actually started to think, maybe I really am depressed. Because it’s more than 'I feel bad about this.' I felt like I was behind a veil," she continued. "I felt like what many people had described over the years on my show, and I could never imagine it. What’s depression? Why don’t you just pick yourself up?" After six weeks, the former daytime talk show host began to turn things around. "That’s when the gratitude practice became really strong for me, because it’s hard to remain sad if you’re focused on what you have instead of what you don’t have," she added. "It taught me to never again, never again, ever, put all of your hopes, expectations, eggs in the basket of box office. Do the work as an offering, and then whatever happens, happens." Preach Oprah, Preach!
Taiwanese singer and actress Rainie Yang stars in "The Tag Along 2," a sequel to the 2015 hit that's loosely based on a ghostly urban legend in Taiwan
The most recent episode of Game of Thrones, "Eastwatch," brought in 10.7 million viewers, once again setting ratings records for the hit HBO series. The episode marks back-to-back weeks in which the series broke its previous viewership record.
Leo is about to play Leo! Leonardo DiCaprio will be playing Leonardo Da Vinci in an upcoming film. While there is no doubt Leo DiCaprio will be amazing in this role, Da Vinci is actually DiCaprio's namesake. Vanity Fair reported: "His mother reportedly settled on the name after looking at a da Vinci painting in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy in 1974, and feeling baby Leo kick in the womb." The movie is based on the upcoming book by Walter Isaacson that is set to be released in October. Walter Isaacson wrote the book about Steve Jobs that Aaron Sorkin later used as a basis for his biopic. Time for another Oscar, Leo?
Future episodes of Rick and Morty will not be livestreamed by Adult Swim. The network caused a storm of excitement amongst fans when the third season premiered earlier this month, by livestreaming the first three episodes for free. This week, however, viewers were disappointed to find that instead of episode four, Adult Swim instead streamed a fake live-action version of the show. The new episode only aired on traditional television.
Film Review: 'Logan Lucky' is an easy movie to like and will put a smile on your face, but it's not up to same standards as Soderbergh's other films 'Magic Mike' and 'Ocean's Eleven'
Following original showrunner Frank Darabont's lawsuit last year, The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that series co-creator (and original creator of the comic book series) Robert Kirkman, along with producers Gale Anne Hurd, Glen Mazzara and David Alpert, are suing for damages.
Annabelle: Creation debuted atop the North American box office this weekend with an estimated $35 million, ahead of earlier projections in the $25 million range but still the lowest debut yet in the Conjuring shared universe.