Dang, Halle Berry Rocks A Backless Bikini At 54 And Looks Amazing

So, if she wants to spend her spare time showing off all of her hard work in swimwear, I’m all for it. We’re getting into that part of the year where it gets a little cooler now (although it’s still quite warm in Los Angeles), so we may not be getting more backless bikini looks for a while. Meanwhile, I’m sure Halle Berry still looks amazing in winter wear and we’ll be sure to keep you updated with all the fabulous looks, as well as the impending projects she has coming up.

Keanu Reeves’ Latest Matrix 4 Tease Only Leaves More Questions

While moviegoers are expecting The Matrix 4 to have tons of of explosions and thrilling action sequences, it seems that the story is also very much focused on love. Exactly how will remain a mystery, but countless questions and fan theories will likely follow. Later in that same conversation, Keanu Reeves shares some more delightfully cryptic messages about the sequel, saying:

Chris Rock Reflects On People Giving Adam Sandler The Benefit Of The Doubt With Weird Roles, Wanting That For Himself

Certainly, Marriage Story is something very much outside what we would expect from Chris Rock, but there’s no reason to believe he wouldn’t have been great in it. And perhaps a role like that of Fargo, which will be debuting next weekend, will be the thing that opens the door to roles like that. In the end, there always has to be that first role that causes Hollywood to see comedians as something else, and perhaps this will be it for him.

Hayao Miyazaki: Things To Know About The Spirited Away Writer And Director

Studio Ghibli Announced In 2013 That Hayao Miyazaki Would Be Retiring Following The Release Of The Wind Rises

In 2013, fans of Hayao Miyazaki, and Studio Ghibli in general, were in for a shock when the Japanese animation house announced that following the release of The Wind Rises, the acclaimed director would be stepping down and retiring from filmmaking after decades of creating large, lived-in worlds and the characters that inhabited them.

At the time of his retirement announcement, Hayao Miyazaki had been working in the animation world for 50 years, having first joining Toei Animation in 1963 as an artist on Gulliver’s Travels Beyond The Moon before later making a name for himself by directing the 1979 feature The Castle of Cagliostro. But as we would all learn just a few years after the 2013 reveal, Miyazaki wasn’t going to be gone for long.

The Croods: A New Age Trailer Introduces A New Family

In 2013, the dawn of humanity took a hysterical, family friendly step forward into theaters with Dreamworks Animation’s The Croods. The ensemble comedy about a cave family who embark on one of the greatest, and first, adventures in human history. For a while, a sequel was talked about as being in the works, but the film took a rather winding road through development to get to where it is today. Finally, after years of waiting, fans will get to see a brand new adventure in The Croods: A New Age, which sees the original film’s voice cast returning, along with some notable additions making their debut. Take a look at what’s in store for The Croods, in the first trailer shown below:

Constance Wu: 7 Things You Might Not Know About The Crazy Rich Asians Star

She Turned Down A Bruce Willis Movie In Order To Do The Sundance Screenwriters Lab

Normally, if you’re an up-and-coming actress and you’re provided a chance to star in a new Bruce Willis movie, you’d jump at the opportunity. It might not make you a household name, necessarily, but it’s certainly good exposure and it puts you in a film with a semi-guaranteed audience, at least. Nevertheless, while Constance Wu was offered a role in one of the famous actor’s movies (in which film of his, it’s unclear), she turned it down to participate in the Sundance Screenwriters Lab alongside Yung Chang and Christopher Yogi. Through this educational experience, Wu learned how to direct and run a set. While this role was (probably) a decent-paying gig, this teaching experience — which she participated in for free — gave her an invaluable chance to meet and work with fellow Asian artists.

Spider-Man Fan Art Turns Matthew McConaughey Into Green Goblin, And I Can’t Look Away

I honestly never knew I wanted to see Matthew McConaughey’s take on the Green Goblin. For starters, I love the look Jackson Caspersz has come up with. It seems to be a nice melding of Goblin’s classic appearance and his design from Marvel’s “Ultimate” continuity. Looks aside, it’s hard to say what McConaughey would actually sound like in the role, but I would think that he may be able to develop a voice that suits the character. Though it would be jarring if the villain greeted Spidey with a casual, “alright, alright, alright.”

Eddie Redmayne Confirms Fantastic Beasts 3 Filming Has Resumed And Describes The ‘New Normal’ On Set

It’s interesting because we’ve started shooting now. We’re two weeks in, and again, it’s a whole new process. It’s a whole new normal. Testing frequently, masks. And I wondered, actually, whether the masks would affect creativity, in some ways. Maybe that was a bit ignorant, but I just thought, as humans, do we need interaction to spark from each other. What is really reassuring is that it is a different process, but it still feels like it’s fizzing and that everyone is working at the top of their game.

Tenet Box Office: Christopher Nolan’s New Film Still Hitting Big Overseas, But U.S. Struggles Continue

For those curious about the math breakdown but don’t want to do the calculations personally, that means that North American ticket sales only amount to 14 percent of internationally grosses, and that’s surely not something that Warner Bros. is overly excited about. There is a possibility that we could see at least a minor shift start to happen in the coming weeks, however.

Halle Berry Explains Knowing Something ‘Didn’t Feel Quite Right’ While Filming Catwoman

On paper, Catwoman seemed like it could have been a big success. Not only was it one of Halle Berry’s first post-Oscar gigs, but she already had a proven track record of mastering the art of the comic book movie, thanks to the success of the X-Men franchise. But when it hit theaters in 2004, the response was anything but positive, as its Rotten Tomatoes score can attest. Despite a big budget, it failed to make much of an impression at the box office, too, pulling in less than $100 million worldwide.