In what has ironically turned out to be the franchise that just won’t die, ‘Final Destination 5′ opens in theaters Friday, promising more gore, more violence and, yes, more death.
If you’re sick of the franchise, or if you just prefer something lighter, there are two comedies brand-new to choose from this weekend. One is the R-Rated ’30 Minutes or Less,’ which re-teams Oscar-nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg (‘The Social Network’) with his ‘Zombieland’ director, Ruben Fleischer, in this flick about a bank robbery gone horribly wrong.
Or, if you’re feeling a bit more musically inclined, there’s always ‘Glee Live! 3-D!’, the latest incarnation from Fox’s uber-successful TV series.
Shelton is just one of many famous names to appear on the soundtrack. Also lending their voices are Zac Brown Band, who will sing ‘When the River Goes’; ‘One Tree Hill’ beauty Jana Kramer, who will record the famous ‘Let’s Hear It for the Boy’; and Shelton’s ‘Voice’ cohort Cee Lo Green, who will sing ‘Walkin’ Blues’ with Kenny Wayne Shepherd.
Any lingering doubts comic book fans might have had about the decision to cast Henry Cavill as Superman should be erased today once they feast their eyes on the first official photo from ‘Man of Steel,’ which shows the hunky Cavill donning the iconic leotard and cape.
Only a few weeks after she announced that she is splitting from Marc Anthony, actress/singer/’American Idol’ host Jennifer Lopez opened up to Vanity Fair about the downfall of her marriage and why she’s still an “eternal optimist.”
In an exclusive cover story, Lopez revealed: “It’s not that I didn’t love myself before. Sometimes we don’t realize that we are compromising ourselves. To understand that a person is not good for you, or that that person is not treating you in the right way, or that he is not doing the right thing for himself – if I stay, then I am not doing the right thing for me.”
The idea of turning classic board game Battleship into a feature-length movie still doesn’t make much sense, but we’ll admit that we’re a little less skeptical after watching the first official trailer for the movie, released Wednesday by Yahoo!
Though some of the footage underwhelms (why does it always have to be about aliens? and why did they make Taylor Kitsch shave his hair off?!), the film still looks like it will be a visual showcase, with epic effects and battle sequences — not to mention cutesy yellow missiles that look like the iconic peg pieces from the Hasbro game. (Aw!)
On Tuesday, PEOPLE premiered the trailer for the show’s upcoming second season, which teases more fights, more tears and two brand-new housewives, Brandi Glanville, the ex-wife of philandering Eddie Cibrian, and businesswoman Dana Wilkey.
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