The Avengers: Age Of Ultron trailer leaked last night, but we have the full high-definition trailer for you right now. Can we just say, Iron Man vs. The Hulk? Sweet.
Speaking of The Hulk, Ed Norton, who played Bruce Banner in the 2010 version of The Incredible Hulk, gave a new reason why he’s not playing the green monster with purple jeans in the current Avengers franchise.
“My feeling was that I experimented and experienced what I wanted to,” Norton said. “I really, really enjoyed it. And yet, I looked at the balance of time in life that one spends not only making those sorts of films but then especially putting them out, and the obligations that rightly come with that.” Later he added, “I think you can sort of do anything once, but if you do it too many times, it can become a suit that’s hard to take off, in other peoples’ eyes.”
In a strange turn of events, Teresa Giudice will be serving her 15 months in prison at Danbury Federal Correctional Institution, the same prison that inspired the hit Netflix series, Orange is the New Black.
Earlier this week, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star’s new attorney requested low-security locations such as Danbury. Looks like she got her wish…
Move over, Ashton.
They’re making another Steve Jobs biopic and this time, it’s going to star Christian Bale. The movie will be directed by Danny Boyle, and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin spilled the beans that they wanted the best actor possible for this role.
“We needed the best actor on the board in a certain age range and that’s Chris Bale,” Sorkin said. “He didn’t have to audition. Well, there was a meeting.”
Watch the video of Sorkin talking about the upcoming biopic over on The Verge.
Beyond The Lights, the new romantic drama from Love & Basketball director Gina Prince-Bythewood, is giving people an assist this cuffing seasons with these dope #CuffingSeasonCards. Check the hashtag on your favorite social media platform and share away.
In throwback Thursday news NBC is bringing back Bewitched! People reports:
The new iteration from Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein (The Vow) fast-forwards the tale to focus on Samantha’s granddaughter Daphne, a single twentysomething who, just like the women in her family, uses magic to get through life. But it can’t conjure up love!