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James Bond is back.

The latest 007 flick – Spectre – begins when a cryptic message from the past sends James Bond on a rogue mission to Mexico City and eventually Rome. That’s where he meets Lucia Sciarra, played by Monica Bellucci, the beautiful and forbidden widow of an infamous criminal. Bond infiltrates a secret meeting and uncovers the existence of the sinister organization known as SPECTRE.

Check out the latest poster above and be on the look-out for the exclusive footage we got from our trip to Mexico City to visit the film set. Spectre lands in theaters on November 6th.

After a few rumors, it looks like a Death Row movie might actually be in the works.

The Hollywood Reporter says Hollywood is looking to stay in Compton, and production company APA is shopping around the rights to Welcome To Death Row.

The film would be based on the book and documentary of the same name, written by one of the producers from Straight Outta Compton: S. Leigh Savidge. The Death Row flick will focus on Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Tupac‘s rise to the top of their game. The problem with the film getting picked up and funded is that they don’t have the rights to the music during that time period. For more info, head over to Hollywood Reporter.

Jimmy Fallon has been taking over late night with his hilarious games. And since nothing is more fun than drinking with your friends, Jason Sudeikis joined Jimmy on The Tonight Show stage for a remixed version of one of Price Is Right’s classics. They turned “Plinko” into “Drinko.” Watch it all go down above.

Selena Gomez is moving next door to Seth Rogen as one of the stars of Neighbors 2. The 23-year-old singer and actress joins Chloë Grace Moretz as new cast members in the sequel, although it’s not clear what their roles will be just yet.

Via EW:

Rogen, Efron and Rose Byrne are returning to lead up the cast. Director Nicholas Stoller is also back to helm the project and write alongside Rogen, Evan Goldberg, Jay Cohen, and Brendan O’Brien.

The movie is set for a May 20, 2016 release.

SOURCE: Hollywood Reporter, EW | PHOTO CREDIT: Sony, Getty, Splash

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