Many of you might not have been sure that the first Ant-Man was necessary. Well, Marvel doesn't care, and is pretty confident they're going to get your money for the second go-around as well.
The Disney-owned studio said it will release Ant-Man and the Wasp in 2018. Specifically on...
Daniel Craig says he has no desire to star in another "James Bond" film, following the making of the latest "Spectre." The British actor, who has played Bond four times, told Esquire he's ready to move on. "Now? I'd rather break this glass and slash my wrists," Craig said. "No, not at the moment. Not at all. That's fine. I'm over it at the moment. We're done. All I want to do is move on."
Tom Hanks is making headlines this week after reportedly finding a Fordham University student's I.D. and reaching out to her via Twitter. The actor tweeted a photo of the card, belonging to a student named Lauren. "Lauren! I found your Student ID in the park. If you still need it my office will get to you. Hanx. pic.twitter.com/Ee9kK4V4qf — Tom Hanks (@tomhanks) October 6, 2015."
Ashley Judd has revealed that she was sexually harassed by a film studio mogul during the filming of her 1990s thriller "Kiss the Girls." She broke news of the harassment during an interview with Variety for the magazine's "Power of Women" issue. "I was sexually harassed by one of our industry's most famous, admired-slash-reviled bosses. I was making "Kiss the Girls" at the time . . ."
Jeremy Irons and Brendan Gleeson have signed on to FOX's adaptation of "Assassin's Creed," a popular video game franchise. Justin Kurzel directs the script from Bill Collage, Adam Cooper and Michael Lesslie. Michael Fassbender leads off the cast as Callum Lynch, who relives the adventures of a lethal ancestor in 15th-century Spain and faces threats in the present day.
Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick have welcomed their first child into the world. E! confirmed the news, although the pair have not spilled any details on the birth. Us Weekly writes that the baby boy was born in Austin, Texas last Wednesday. In September, Decker posted pics of herself to Instagram, showing off her baby bump in casual wear.
Amanda Seyfried and Justin Long have split after over two years of dating. A source, speaking with Us Weekly, said that "it happened a few weeks ago," and that Justin "is really heartbroken." "They had different schedules and different lives," adds the source. "They just grew apart." The pair began dating after Seyfried saw an Instagram post of Long's which made her laugh.
Cathriona White, the former girlfriend of actor Jim Carrey, has been found dead from a reported drug overdose. She was 28 years old. White allegedly left behind a suicide note in which she mentioned breaking up with Carrey, 53, on September 24, according to TMZ. She also reportedly had just broken up with Carrey for the second time a few days prior.
Paul Walker's daughter, 16-year-old Meadow Rain Walker, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Porsche, the company that made the car the actor was a passenger in at the time of his death. Meadow's suit claims that the company knew the Porsche Carrera GT "lacked safety features that are found on well-designed racing cars or even Porsche's least expensive road cars . . ."
Vin Diesel says that there are plans in the works for a final "Fast & Furious" trilogy. Writing on his Facebook page, Vin delivered the news to his fans. "Universal has been so good to me and so trusting of the vision… they have been like family," he wrote. "I promised the studio I would deliver one last Trilogy to end the saga."
"Men In Black" producers are eyeing a potential revival of the franchise. "We're in the middle of [talks]," producer Walter Parkes said when asked if he and fellow producer Laurie MacDonald were discussing a potential revival of "Men in Black" at Sony. "It's very active." Parkes added that franchise star Will Smith would "most likely" not be involved.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt stopped by the "Tonight Show" for a barbershop performance of Rihanna's "B***h Better Have My Money." The actor was joined by host Jimmy Fallon and his Ragtime Gals, for a humorous rendition of the song's lyrics, including "Pay me what you owe me, don't act like you forgot." "Last time I was on @jimmyfallon's show, we lip synced. Tonight, we sing! (So much fun)."
Emmy winning daytime television producer Andre Salamán Bautista has been charged with attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon. Bautista, who has worked under the name Andre Bauth, allegedly stabbed his roommate in Hollywood on September 8. Charges were filed against the Mexican citizen and he surrendered himself to the U.S. embassy in Mexico City on September 17.
Sean Penn has allegedly filed a $10 million defamation lawsuit against his "Empire" co-creator Lee Daniels. The dispute arose after Daniels likened Penn to "Empire" star Terrence Howard in a Hollywood Reporter interview, seemingly claiming that Penn has often assaulted women. Howard is currently embroiled in assault allegations and Daniels not only came to his defense.
Jeff Bridges, Kristen Bell and Benedict Cumberbatch were the latest stars to join host Jimmy Kimmel on his late night program to read "Mean Tweets," during which they read rude missives sent to them by the public via Twitter. Bridges was up first, reading, "Am now convinced Jeff Bridges is a crazy f--ker and not in the cool way, just in a disturbed hobo shouting at sparrows and sidewalks way."