re the best days of the Paranormal Activity franchise over? The fourth installment of the low-budget horror saga topped the box office with an estimated $30.2 million over the weekend, a 43% decline from Paranormal Activity 3‘s debut last year ($52.6 million).
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It looks like Shailene Woodley (The Descendants) is on the fast-track to Hollywood stardom. Just last week, we reported that the young actress was in negotiations to star as Mary Jane Watson in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Now, Deadline has word that she may have a franchise of her own.
The long-developing Janis Joplin biopic Get It While You Can has had a rocky history over the years with the likes of director Fernando Meirelles, and actresses Renee Zellweger and Reese Witherspoon circling the project before eventually dropping out. But it looks like the picture will get a shot in the arm as THR reports that Lee Daniels is in talks to direct the film.
The film, formerly titled Nancy and Danny, will be based on a real life story of a femme fatale (Carey Mulligan) who along with her boyfriend kidnaps and bury the town’s richest man for ransom. Shortly thereafter, things go terribly awry.
Ultra-skilled comediennes Tina Fey & Amy Poehler were announced today as co-hosts for next year’s Golden Globes. This is probably the single greatest announcement in all of Hosting History. Unless it’s not. Tell us what you think!
True Blood star Deborah Ann Woll is still looking to jumpstart her nascent career on the silver screen and it looks like she will try her hand at a romantic comedy alongside Zac Effron. Deadline reports that the actress is set to co-star in the romantic comedy Are We Officially Dating?
Emma Stone is highly likely to come back as Spidey’s main love interest, Gwen Stacy but it looks like a good old-fashioned love triangle is in the works as Variety reports that Shailene Woodley is in early talks to take on the role of Mary Jane Watson.
Fresh off starring in one of the biggest blockbuster of the year (The Dark Knight Rises) and wrapping up Tom Hooper’s star-studded adaptation of the musical Les Miserables, Anne Hathaway is now looking to return to her bread and butter: Romantic comedies with completely improbable premises.
Liam Neeson has a very particular set of skills; skills he has acquired over a very long career. Skills that allow him to turn a seemingly generic low budget action thriller like Taken into a $226 million hit. And he has done it again with Taken 2, more than doubling the original film’s opening weekend with $50 million.