I’m kind of with Beyonce on the lip-syncing controversy. She says she didn’t think there was anything wrong with using a pre-recorded track for the National Anthem at the Presidential Inauguration. It’s still her singing, so what’s the big deal?
Kind of a non-story, but “Man Of Steel” gets a PG-13 rating for action and destruction. I mean, they weren’t going to rate it R, were they? No, they weren’t.
Ashton Kutcher’s Steve Jobs biopic gets a release date: Friday, April 19, 2013. That’s the 37th anniversary of the Apple Computer Company that Jobs helped found. Well, it was actually founded on April 1, 1976, but that’s a Monday this year. Not a good day to release a movie.
Wait, what?! Leonardo DiCaprio says he’s taking a break from acting. Say it ain’t so! “I am a bit drained,” DiCaprio said. “I’m now going to take a long, long break. I’ve done three films in two years and I’m just worn out.” Says he wants to wander around the world and do good. Ok, but only for a short time, Leo. We want you back on that big screen.
Good grief, Charlie Brown. The man who voiced the round-headed boy in all those TV specials was arrested for threatening a plastic surgeon whom he says botched his girlfriend’s surgery. What’s the world coming to?
Bebe Neuwirth will star in “Browsers,” a musical comedy set in contemporary Manhattan that follows four young people as they start their first jobs at a news website. It’s an original scripted series set to stream on Amazon.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed on for “Terminator 5.” I guess he’s back, huh.
This just in from Aaron Paul’s Instagram Account. It’s from the set of “Breaking Bad.” That’s all I know.