The first official Ghostbusters trailer is here, and if you’re a real fan, you’re going to want to see this.
Thirty years after the original film won our hearts, the reboot arrives and quenches our thirst for the supernatural.
From PEOPLE: “In the trailer, the four women decide to band together to help save their city from a supernatural takeover (after one of them gets slimed by a ghost). And with a legion of ghosts running wild in Times Square, the crew looks to have their work cut out for them.”
Check it out above.
Bad Boys 3 is finally happening – get excited.
Sources connected with both Bruckheimer and Smith tell TMZ, the 2 have talked for hours in the last 2 days — 4 hours at dinner Tuesday night and a long lunch on Wednesday — to hash out the terms of the contract. They also spent time working on the script.
We got Jerry coming out of the lunch, and he was vague about the project, but we know it’s an unsigned done deal.
Stay tuned for more details.
Bad Boys 3 isn’t the only cop movie Will Smith is set to star in.
Will Smith and Joel Edgerton are attached to star in the hot package that is making the rounds titled Bright, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
David Ayer will direct the cop thriller from a script written by Max Landis (Chronicle). CAA just began shopping the package to studios.
Smith and Ayer recently teamed on Warner Bros.’ Suicide Squad, and Bright will have to wait until shooting wraps on David Frankel’s Collateral Beauty, which Smith toplines.
Read more here.
Say it ain’t so!
“Empire” star Trai Byers — who plays Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard’s son Andre on the smash series — wants out of the Fox show, sources exclusively told Page Six. And producers are prepared to let him leave after some behind-the-scenes diva behavior.
“Trai wants out,” said an insider. “He feels that he studied at Yale and he’s a ‘true thespian’ . . . The character is beneath him. He has an idea of himself as being this big Shakespearean actor.”
The site continues:
“At first, being on ‘Empire’ was major for him. But he feels his character is not as important this season, and he hates not being the star,” said a source. “He thinks he has the acting chops of Taraji and Terrence. He doesn’t get how the show benefits him, and he feels he has way too much talent when he’s not the star by any means.”
Click here to see what else the alleged insiders had to say.
The Bronx native just ended her relationship with Capitol Records and Island Def Jam Music group, and signed a new deal with Epic Records.
Us Weekly reports:
“She had dinner with [her manager] Benny [Medina] and L.A. Reid Monday night at Il Mulino to celebrate her new record deal!” the source tells Us of the trio’s get-together in NYC on February 29. “Jennifer and L.A. are longtime friends, and they love working together.”
Join us in congratulating the icon and read more here.