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.
"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."
A first look at the Lindsay Lohan documentary series, which debuts on March 9, is now available. In the 2-minute sneak peek at the series, Oprah Winfrey is shown in the middle of a reality show intervention with Lohan, in which she tells the actress: "You need to cut the bulls—t. You really do." Winfrey adds: "My truth is that I really do want you to win, I really do."
Mila Kunis has reportedly signed on to appear to make a guest appearance on an upcoming episode of "Two and Half Men." Kunis will star opposite her former "That 70's Show" co-star and current boyfriend Ashton Kutcher on the episode. According to TVGuide.com, Kunis will star in the role of Vivienne, a free-wheeling traveler who shows up at Walden's (Kutcher) doorstep.
Mary-Kate Olsen may be set to tie the knot with her French boyfriend, Olivier Sarkozy. The 27-year-old actress was seen wandering the streets of New York this week sporting a large diamond ring on her left ring finger. Olsen and the 44-year-old Sarkozy have been dating for just over two years and been a constant feature in the tabloids since then.
Scarlett Johansson and her fiancé Romain Dauriac are expecting a baby, according to several reports. The pair were engaged in August after making their romance public the previous November. Dauriac is a French advertising exec. In January, speaking with Good Morning America, Scarlett said she's in no hurry to get hitched: "I'm not doing any wedding planning."
Will and Jaden Smith have scored the dubious honor of winning multiple Razzie Awards this year for their film "After Earth." The sci-fi drama co-stars the father-son team, who pulled in the Worst Supporting Actor, Worst Actor and Worst On-Screen Duo Razzies. The Smiths weren't the overall losers of the night, however, as the film "Movie 43" scored the Worst Movie and Worst Screenplay honors.
Jeff Goldblum has confirmed that he will be returning for a role in the "Independence Day" sequel. Goldblum will rejoin director Roland Emmerich in the sequel to reprise his role as the smart cable repairman David Levinson. He explained in an interview with "The Huffington Post": "They've talked to me about it, and I've talked to them about it and they're excited and I'm anxious . . ."
Patrick Wilson ("Watchmen") is in talks to star in Marvel's upcoming feature film "Ant-Man." The Wrap reports that details of Wilson's role have not been divulged. Paul Rudd has been cast in the lead role of Scott Lang, the alter ego of Ant-Man, while Michael Douglas will play Hank Pym, the mad doctor who creates the formula responsible for Lang's transformation.
John Travolta has come under fire after mispronouncing Idina Menzel's name while introducing her performance at the Oscars. Travolta lit up the Twitter world when he introduced the Broadway star as Adela Dazeem before she took the stage. Menzel's fans immediately took to Twitter, creating a new account for the imagery artist Adela Dazeem, who appropriately thanked Travolta.
Ellen DeGeneres broke the previously-held record for the most retweeted photo when she tweeted a picture from the Oscars ceremony last night. DeGeneres—who hosted this year's Academy Awards—went into the audience to gather stars together for an all-star selfie, which included Jennifer Lawrence, Lupita Nyong'o, Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Brad Pitt, Kevin Spacey and Bradley Cooper.
The film "12 Years A Slave" won the Oscar for Best Picture at the 86th annual Academy Awards. Along with this win the film also received the accolade for Best Adapted Screenplay and Lupita Nyong'o took home the prize for Best Supporting Actress. As for the film that won the most awards, "Gravity" took home seven, which included the award for Best Director for Alfonso Cuarón.
Forest Whitaker was honored for his civil rights work in Uganda at the Icon Mann 2nd Annual Power 50 Pre-Oscar Dinner at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills. Through his charitable organization, the Whitaker Peace Development Initiative, the actor has provided resources to those impacted by the civil unrest in that nation.
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are engaged, an insider has confirmed to Us Weekly. The news comes after Kunis was spotted shopping with her mom in L.A. with a ring on her engagement finger. "She is crazy about him!" the source told Us of Mila who has been dating Kutcher for the past two years. Engagement rumors began taking off late last year.
"Anchorman" director Adam McKay has confirmed that there will not, in fact, be a third edition of the franchise. Speaking with "Empire," McKay said he's relished his time with Ron Burgundy, but the story has run its course. "It's done," he said. "I think that's it. It was great to do it and it was so fun to work with those guys again, but I think that's it for Ron Burgundy."