Shailene Woodley tells BuzzFeed she insisted her character be wig-free in the second film of the Divergent trilogy. And Theo James calls the movie “so much bigger.”
From Shailene Woodley and Angelina Jolie to Seth MacFarlane and Veronica Mars, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate for the first half of the year — and others who may wish it was over already.
Unless you’ve read the book, that is.
Sometimes the billionaire activist pushed for a change that didn’t come, and companies fared better than if they’d heeded his advice, data shows. Most times, Carl Icahn made a lot of money.
Director Craig Johnson and co-writer Mark Heyman felt their film The Skeleton Twins, starring Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig, was good — but they were still overwhelmed by its reception at the Sundance Film Festival.
Reza Aslan’s Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth, the subject of a rather infamous FoxNews.com interview, was picked up by Lionsgate.
A musical version of the 90s film will get a private showcase reading in London. Here is what we know.
If estimates hold, the film also grossed the biggest 2D debut of all time.
Blame director Francis Lawrence — and author Suzanne Collins.
Here’s a handy and fun outline to fill in and use to play along with the activist investor as he wages battles on company after company.
Australian actress Stef Dawson will play Annie Cresta, the love interest for Sam Claflin’s Finnick.
In a statement, Lionsgate trumpets its support of the LGBT community, and promises a “benefit premiere” for their feature film adaptation of Card’s bestselling sci-fi novel.
Harrison Ford praises the “great human story” tucked inside the sci-fi spectacle.
Warning: Graphic violence. Just in time for Comic-Con, Lionsgate released this 3-minute clip of a young Conan doing what barbarians do best.
Watch Video ›
“Thomas & Friends:Toy Workshop” from Lionsgate is surging on Amazon.
Rumors are circulating about the Mad Men creator’s possibly not returning for the drama’s third season, which could put a dent in the overall quality of the show. Weiner is looking for a raise in pay, which might be deserved considering the fact that everyone in the world loves his show, including Emmy voters.
Read More ›