Will Smith, Harry Connick Jr.
Exactly 19 years after Independence Day's release, the alien-invasion drama is getting a sequel, 20th Century Fox has announced. Independence Day 2 is slated to hit theatres on July 3, 2015.
Last year, the film's co-screenwriter Dean Devlin told The Hollywood Reporter, "We resisted doing the sequel for years ... We didn't want to make a movie because it was financially a good idea, we only wanted to do it when we had an idea and a concept that creatively felt like it honored the first one — that it felt like an organic sequel as opposed to 'let's just go make some more money.' I think it took a long time, but I feel like we finally got something that really feels like, 'That's worth seeing as a sequel to Independence Day.'"
Martin Starr, Ken Marino
Martin Starr and Ken Marino will reunite with their Party Down co-stars for the upcoming Veronica Mars movie, Rob Thomas announced on Kickstarter.
Starr, who was not in the original series, will join the cast as Lou "Cobb" Cobbler, another '09er returning for the school's 10-year reunion. Marino will reprise his role as private detective Vinnie Van Lowe.
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"I'm so incredibly excited to work with Rob and Dan and Kristen and Enrico once again!" Starr said in the announcement. "Each one a treasure in a flesh casing."
Marino left his message, via his character, in the video below:
Spider-man fans are going to have to wait a little longer to meet Mary Jane Watson.
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Don't expect to catch Lindsay Lohan's new film at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Canyons has been rejected by the Texas-based film festival over "quality issues." A festival insider told the magazine that the film, which...
Jamie Foxx is firing back at Spike Lee for calling his film Django Unchained disrespectful to his ancestors.
"The question for me is: Where's Spike Lee coming from?" Foxx said to London's The Guardian. "He didn't like Whoopi Goldberg, he doesn't like Tyler Perry, he doesn't like anybody, I think he's sort of run his course. I mean, I respect Spike; he's a fantastic director. But he gets a little shady when he's taking shots at his colleagues without looking at the work. To me, that's irresponsible."