At long last, the teaser trailer for Elizabeth Banks’ Charlie’s Angels reboot is here. And based off the two minutes and 53 seconds of trailer we got, it sadly looks like they only got about 10% of the disguises budget from the Cameron Diaz/Drew Barrymore/Lucy Liu films.
Elizabeth Banks spoke with The Hollywood Reporter alongside her husband and business partner, Max Hendelman. It’s the full-Hollywood interview, they talk about their life, how they met, blah, blah, blah, the industry, etc. Read it if you’re a Hollywood-aficionado and want to learn more about the behind the scenes politics of the entertainment industry. Like the high-octane information about the budget of movies? Hot.
Elizabeth also talked about some of the upcoming projects she has, including the new Charlie’s Angels-reboot which should be on its way to us soon. And Elizabeth said that it is very timely and will get into what a real highly-trained female super-spy has to deal with in the male-dominated world of super-spies.
Variety has published a list of the top earning celebrities for 2019 and Martin Lawrence is sitting pretty at the big boys’ (and girls, and Tommy Girl’s) table. And no, I’m not talking about that Martin Lawrence, I’m talking about original recipe Martin Lawrence. Thanks to his Bad Boys For Life co-star Will Smith, Martin Fitzgerald Lawrence out-earned Academy Award nominees Jessica Chastain and Joaquin Phoenix. The three-time Kid’s Choice nominee was paid $6 million for reprising his role in the Bad Boys 3-sequel. I guess that creepy genie really can make wishes come true!
Calm down, K-Stew fans (and Donald Trump),just because she might be over Stella Maxwell, it seems like Kristen Stewart is still “so gay, dude.” Well, ok, maybe not “so gay” so much as bisexual. Well, maybe more sexual chameleon? OK, that’s not the point. Kristen seemed to be following in Adam Levine’s footsteps of shopping for a life partner from the Victoria’s Secret runway, but that may be no more. She hasn’t been seen with Stella since October, and now Hollywood’s favorite scowl was spotted out in Los Angeles holding hands with a lady who isn’t Stella. Continue reading
When Charlie calls up his angels in the upcoming Charlie’s Angels reboot, he won’t hear Lupita Nyong’o purr “Good morning, Charlie” through the other end of the speaker receiver. But he will hear Kristen Stewart moan, “Why haven’t you, like, learned how to text yet. Like, no one uses the fucking phone anymore.”
Over a year ago, it was announced that Joss Whedon would be making a Batgirl film for Warner Bros. and DC. Warner Bros. and DC have so many superhero films currently in the works, so none of their Batgirl decisions are anywhere close to being final. But according to GeekTyrant, they’ve settled on what they want their Batgirl to look like. They want Kristen Stewart. Congratulations, Ben Affleck – you’re potentially about to be downgraded to the second-most mumbly, unenthusiastic actor to slip on some rubber bat ears.
GeekTyrant picked up the scoop come from a Twitter user named Daniel R. That definitely sounds like a forecast of 90% chance of lies, but GeekTyrant can vouch for them. According to Daniel R, Warner Bros. wants an actress like Kristen Stewart.
At WB they described the kind of actress they want for Barbara Gordon as "Kristen Stewart prototype" so I guess they really want her to play Babs… (In her solo movie, cuz she's not in Birds of Prey AT ALL).
— Daniel R (@DanielRPK) July 22, 2018
Birds of Prey is the upcoming Harley Quinn & Friends movie. Of course, this is not to say Warner Bros. has sent a script and a contract over to KStew’s house with a delivery guy in a bat cape singing the 1960s Batman theme song. They just want a “Kristen Stewart prototype,” whatever that means. I’m taking it to mean that Warner Bros. really wants a moody Barbara Gordon who shrugs “Ugh, whatever” and rolls her eyes every time she sees the bat-signal go off in the sky. Although the word “prototype” is throwing me off. Are they implying that they’re currently building a robot that resembles Kristen Stewart? They might as well! It’s probably cheaper than hiring the real thing, and you won’t ever hear the robot complain that the costume isn’t Chanel.