The first season of “Arrow” ended on a high note after creating a pretty large fan following. Producer and writer of the show, Marc Guggenheim, says fans can expect even more drama in the show’s second season.
Celebs tweet the darndest things. Every weekday, Celebs.com filters out the fluff to bring you Celebs.com’s Seven Celebrity Tweets of the Day. From the funny to the controversial and the plain old weird, check back each day to get a handle on our top tweets!
Seth Meyers will be taking over for Jimmy Fallon as host of “Late Night” in 2014 and he hopes his first guest will be his former “Saturday Night Live” costar, Amy Poehler. Meyers says his reasoning is that his friend is not likely to turn him down.
In these video interviews from the Nashville movie premiere of “Footloose,” the film’s stars – Julianne Hough and Kenny Wormald – talk about the “reviving” of the Footloose property, set in the South, rather than just the remaking of the film.
And check out Big & Rich in the background to Kenny Wormald’s red-carpet interview…
If there’s any lingering doubt that Michelle Williams is shaping up to be one of the most mesmerizing actresses of our generation, let the trailer for My Week with Marilyn erase all skepticism. Michelle perfectly inhabits Marilyn Monroe, as a production assistant tells the story of enjoying a brief but passionate affair with the icon during the filming of The Prince and the Showgirl. If Michelle doesn’t get an Oscar nod for this, we’ll eat our hat.
Done no disservice by his work judging "The Voice" with Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton and Cee Lo Green, and furthering their stardom via unlikely appearances on shows like "Top Chef Masters," Adam Levine and his band, Maroon 5 took to the stage as part of the huge Rock in Rio concerts.
As you can tell by the video above and images below, the band has a huge following internationally who were only too happy to sing along to "She Will Be Loved." Can't imagine that many are able to hit those high notes though.
Okay, we love Mark Wahlberg – we loved “The Fighter” and we love that he produces “Boardwalk Empire.” But we also really dig Diego Luna and Giovanni Ribisi, and seeing them both as bad guys in this trailer has us a little too excited to see this action flick.
Count us in! When’s it come out? January 2012??? Oh well, guess that’s not tooooo long to wait. After all, it is October already.
Paul W.S. Anderson’s “The Three Musketeers” stars Milla Jovovich as M’lady De Winter and Orlando Bloom as the evil Duke of Buckingham up against the goofy goodness of D’Artagnan (Logan Lerman) and his three musketeers – Aramis (Luke Evans), Ray Stevenson (Porthos) and Matthew Macfadyen (Athos).
While the movie is all about the musketeers, given that this Anderson is the director of films like “Death Race” and “AVP: Alien vs. Predator” and “Resident Evil,” we’ve excised a gallery of images for you of the more sinister and fantastic Jovovich along with the moustache-twirling Bloom. Much more fun!
The acclaimed movie starring the youngest Olsen sister, Elizabeth Olsen, made waves at the Sundance Film Festival and Cannes Film Festival and will be released by Fox Searchlight on October 21, 2011. There’s no doubt that Elizabeth Olsen’s star is on the rise, receiving stellar reviews for her work in the film, and the media attention (check out the article in this month’s “W” magazine) has started to boil.
In this featurette, Elizabeth Olsen explains the premise of the film, and the feeling it’s generated as a kickstarter to her acting career. Expect to see a lot more of the little Olsen over the next few months!
And there is absolutely no reason to mention “Full House” – so we won’t.