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The Jimi Hendrix biopic, Jimi:All Is By My Side, may be delayed until September, but we’ve got just what you need to hold you over until then!

Months after it’s film festival debut the first official trailer for the film is here. The movie stars OutKast frontman Andre 3000 as legendary rocker Jimi Hendrix and frankly, we think the resemblance is pretty uncanny.

Check out the epic trailer above!

Just when you thought the Frozen craze was officially over…

ABC’s hit series Once Upon A Time has cast Fringe actress Georgina Haig to play Elsa, the icy star of Disney’s most recent animated film. The news was confirmed by executive producer Adam Horowitz via Twitter earlier this week.

Haig isn’t the only newbie joining the cast. She’s accompanied by Scott Michael Foster and Elizabeth Lail. Lail will play Anna, Elsa’s younger sister.

Megan Fox is the latest celebrity to join Instagram – hey, better late than never!

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles actress shared her first real photo, a #NoMakeUp selfie, earlier this week. She later confirmed that the account was in fact her own via Facebook writing:

“Hey guys – I am finally on Instagram, follow me at Disregard all the fake ones!”


Looks like Justin Bieber’s bad behavior may be rubbing off on Selena Gomez – at least, on the big screen.

In a new trailer for her upcoming film Behaving Badly Gomez, who plays the love interest of Nat Wolff, is shown being arrested at a brothel.

The film also stars Heather Graham, Elisabeth Shue, Dylan McDermott, Jason Lee, and Mary-Louise Parker.

Behaving Badly hits theaters this August.

Check out the trailer above!

James Franco is in hot water again!

This time the actor is being accused of having stolen another man’s idea for a new film. Cyril Humphris, Franco’s accuser, claims the idea came from him and him alone and he’s not happy Franco plans to release the movie in a few weeks.

James’ movie is titled, Bukowski, and will chronicle the life of Charley Bukowski, a famous writer.

The problem is Cyril owns the rights to Bukowski’s autobiography and claims he gave James the right to create a screenplay using the autobiography back in 2009. He says that option expired in 2010, however.

Humphries says it’s obvious that James’ movie is based on the book and stole his idea. Franco claims otherwise. In legal documents the actor says he was inspired by Bukowski’s writings and came up with the movie idea on his own, with no help from the autobiography.

James is currently asking that a judge toss the lawsuit.

SOURCE: Complex, Mashable, Just Jared, Gossip Cop, TMZ | PHOTO/VIDEO CREDIT: Katrina Wan PR, WENN, Instagram