The first trailer for "Sin City 2: a Dame to Kill For" has been released, featuring a star studded cast including Josh Brolin, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Eva Green, Juno Temple and Jeremy Piven. The film is from comic book artist Frank Miller, although according to Gordon-Levitt, the story line is brand new. Director Robert Rodriguez says that he and Miller expect the film to hit theaters in August.
"Smash" star Krysta Rodriguez has reportedly signed on to appear in the forthcoming new CBS series "How I Met Your Dad." According to ETonline.com she will appear in the role of Juliet, the best friend of Greta Gerwig's character Sally. Producers from the show broke news of the new addition and describe her character as "a sexy, flamboyant force of nature . . ."
Tony Goldwyn ("Scandal") is set to play Warren Jeffs in an upcoming Lifetime movie. The film, "Outlaw Prophet," is based on the book from Stephen Singular, "When Men Become Gods." "For the past six months we've been talking with producer Judith Verno about locations, details of the story. Our first choice for the book's title was 'Outlaw Prophet' which they're now using for the TV movie."
Isaiah Washington is set to return to "Grey's Anatomy" seven years after he was fired from the program. He'll return to help say farewell to Sandra Oh's character, Cristina. Washington returns in the role of Dr. Preston Burke. "It's important to me that Cristina's journey unfolds exactly as it should," showrunner Shonda Rhimes said in a statement.
Jude Law is reportedly in talks to join the forthcoming Jason Statham spy comedy "Susan Cooper." Melissa McCarthy is also set to star in the picture, which will be directed by "Bridesmaids" helmer Paul Feig. According to the TheWrap.com, the film is being developed as a potential franchise and is described as a "realistic comedy" with a female James Bond-type lead.
FX has confirmed that they will bring back their animated spy series "Archer" for at least another two seasons. The network has green lit the show for thirteen episodes in both the sixth and seventh season. Eric Schrier, president of original programming for FX Networks and FX Productions, broke the news in an official statement.
Geoff Edwards, the game show host best known for his stints on "Jackpot," "Starcade" and "Treasure Hunt," has died at the age of 83. Edwards succumbed to complications of pneumonia at St. John's Health Center in Santa Monica, according to his agent Fred Westbrook. Speaking with the Hollywood Reporter, Westbrook explained that Edwards helped define what it would mean to be a game show host.
The first trailer for the remake of "Annie" starring Quvenzhane Wallis has been released. In the trailer, Wallis is shown as the iconic orphaned character with her dog Sandy. The trailer also features a snippet of the classic songs "A Hard Knock Life" and shows the Oscar nominee alongside her grown-up co-stars, including Jamie Foxx.
Amy Poehler ("Parks & Recreation") stars in a series of commercials from clothing retailer Old Navy. The comedienne is the face of Old Navy's spring line, starring as a lawyer in the first commercial which aired Wednesday night. "We approached Amy with a list of scenarios we'd come up with, and she started playing around with them too."
Even with some competition from last weekend's chart-topper "Non-Stop," "300: Rise of an Empire" is in a great position to open as the number one box office draw around the country, likely surpassing animated release "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" in the process.
Patricia Arquette will star in the lead role on the upcoming "CSI" spin-off from CBS. The project, set in the FBI's Cyber Crime Division, will feature Arquette's character, Avery Ryan, as the head of the Cyber unit. According to the network, the Cyber Crime Unit is "tasked to solve high octane crimes that start in the mind, live online, and play out into the real world."
"American Hustle" and "Wolf Of Wall Street" are leading the MTV Movie Award nominees in nominations, with eight nominations each. Both have been nominated for Movie of the Year, where they face off against "12 Years a Slave," "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," and "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire."
Leah Remini has reportedly signed on to appear in a new TLC network reality series. The "King of Queens" star and the network confirmed the news with joint statements earlier this week and the show will reportedly also star Remini's family. "Leah is a no-nonsense, hard-working, relatable mom, wife, daughter and sister."
"Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giudice has pleaded guilty to fraud charges. The reality television star was convicted of four counts of fraud, including conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and three counts of bankruptcy fraud. Giudice and her husband Joe pleaded guilty to four of the forty-one charges listed in their July indictment.
"Touch" co-star David Mazouz has been tapped to star as a young Bruce Wayne in the upcoming Fox series "Gotham." The prequel series will be a glimpse into the early life of Gotham's future police commissioner James Gordon and its most famous hero. Camren Bicondova has also been cast in the role of Selina Kyle, who will one day turn into Cat Woman.