Zoe Saldana is reportedly expecting her first child with her husband Marco Perego. Sources close to the couple have confirmed to Us Weekly that she is, in fact, pregnant but waiting until she feels the time is right to make the news public. "Zoe is about three months pregnant," the insider tells Us. "But she will only announce the news when she's ready."
The official trailer for the forthcoming "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie has hit the web. The trailer features leading actors Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson in their leading roles as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele. The pair are seen first getting acquainted in Grey's swank high-rise office and then becoming increasingly more intimate throughout the trailer.
Anthony Hopkins has reportedly signed on to appear in HBO's reboot of the sci-fi classic "Westworld." The announcement could mark the first ever regular television role for Hopkins, who is in talks to appear in the role of Dr. Robert Ford. His character is described by the network as "the brilliant, taciturn and complicated Creative Director, Chief Programmer and Chairman of the Board . . ."
Philip Seymour Hoffman reportedly left the entirety of his $35 million fortune not to his children, but to their mother Mimi O'Donnell. News of the late actor's will broke earlier this week when E! News published documents obtained from Manhattan's Surrogate Court. According to the documents, Hoffman elected to leave the fortune to his longtime partner.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson made a special appearance on "Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" earlier this week appearing in sketch inspired by fitness videos. In the vid, the pair donned 1980s style workout garb and dubbed themselves the Fungo Brothers. Johnson appeared on the show for an interview with Fallon and they introduced the sketch.
Matthew McConaughey is reportedly in talks to appear in a forthcoming new espionage biopic titled "The Company Man." The film will center on the life of Ed Wilson, a former Marine who entered the CIA in the 1950s and played an integral role in U.S. intelligence during the Cold War. Wilson had initially worked with the CIA throughout the Cold War and beyond.
Robert Downey Jr. has notched the top spot this year on Forbes' annual list of the highest paid actors in Hollywood. Downey raked in a cool $75 million last year, drawing largely from the success of his signature character of Tony Stark in "Iron Man" and "Avengers: Age of Ultron." It's Downey's second year in a row at the top of the list and Forbes sums up his success writing.
Scarlett Johansson has confirmed that she and her boyfriend, Romain Dauriac, will tie the knot in August. She broke news of the engagement last week during a swanky private dinner thrown by none other than Martha Stewart at the designer's East Hampton estate. Thus far there is no word on the potential location for the wedding.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will be reuniting on the big screen again for Jolie's latest drama, "By The Sea." The power couple will co-star and produce the drama, which was scripted by Jolie and which she will also direct. Jolie and Pitt last appeared together in "Mr. And Mrs. Smith" in 2005. Jolie is currently in post production for "Unbroken."
Skye McCole Bartusiak died on Saturday. She was 21. Bartusiak was found dead in her bed at her Houston home by her boyfriend on Saturday. Her mother, Helen McCole Bartusiak, noted that her daughter had suffered from epileptic seizures, explaining that she believed that Bartusiak "had a seizure and choked and nobody was there."
James Garner, who starred in films and television shows from the 1950s onward, has died. He was 86. Garner, who was raised by relatives in Oklahoma after his mother's death, fought in the U.S. Army in Korea before he turned to acting, starting out in 1956's "Towards The Unknown." He went on to star in the World War II film "The Great Escape" on the big screen.
Ben Whishaw ("Skyfall") has signed on to voice Paddington Bear in the animated/live-action hybrid "Paddington." Whishaw takes over the role previously filled by Colin Firth. Firth was dumped says producer David Heyman because his voice was "too mature," and the character called for a younger sounding actor. "Colin was brilliant, but his voice was, ultimately, too mature," Heyman said.
Elaine Stritch died in her home in Birmingham, Michigan after a nearly 70-year career on Broadway, and in TV and movies. She was 89, and had moved back into her childhood home in Birmingham from New York last year to be with her family. She made her Broadway debut in 1946 in the comedy "Loco," and went on to earn five Tony Award nominations and won one.
Jason Biggs made an untimely joke about the demise of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 on Twitter, leading to a public lashing by his followers. "Anyone wanna buy my Malaysian Airlines frequent flier miles?" Biggs cracked after MH17, flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was shot down over eastern Ukraine, killing 295 people. After getting savaged by several, Biggs hit back.
"Gone Girl," the David Fincher directed thriller starring Ben Affleck, is set to open the New York Film Festival on September 26. The film, based on the bestselling book by Gillian Flynn, opens in theaters nationwide October 3. Rosamund Pike stars in the leading role - a woman who vanishes from her home one day, leading to accusations that her husband (Affleck) killed her.