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The movie we’ve all been waiting for, Fifty Shades of Grey, is just around the corner.

Fans got a sneak peek into the stars of the movie, which includes the beauty Rita OraMarcia Gay Harden, and Andrew Airlie, who each play Christian Grey’s sister, mother, and father. Rita gushed over the photos, as they were released on her birthday. She mentioned earlier this year,

It’s an amazing honor to be part of such a huge movement. I’m super-excited; I’m going to go to the movies and watch it when it comes out!

To see the photos, click here!

Yes, it’s true. There will be a sequel to the highly successful film Independence Day.

Executives over at 20th Century Fox have given the approval for the sequel. The movie’s production crew is estimated to begin working in May and they’re shooting for a July 2016 release date.

Unfortunately, Will Smith won’t be making an appearance in the sequel. What’s an Independence Day sequel without Will?

For a second, we thought we weren’t getting a Steve Jobs movie due to some technical difficulties. Sony has recently abandoned the project but Universal Pictures has picked it right up.

Producers have agreed to pay $30 million for the biopic, which will be directed by Danny Boyle.

Taylor Swift was right about her haters when she called them out in “Shake it Off.” Indeed, they will hate.

Back in 2012, the singer was in the talks of portraying legendary folk singer Joni Mitchell in a new film titled Girls Like Us. Swift is a fan of Mitchell, saying she used to cry to her music while indulging in some wine.

Mitchell recently explained why Swift won’t be portraying her in the film:

I squelched that. I said to the producer, ‘All you’ve got is a girl with high cheekbones.’

Shake it off, girl.

SOURCE: E! News, Deadline, Vulture | PHOTO CREDIT: Twitter, Splash, Getty

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