Today in show business news: Meet the man (not pictured) who paid $10,000 to see a Veronica Mars movie, a Sex and the City alum gets a new gig, and Colton Haynes is here to stay.
The TV spot for Baz Luhrmann's risky 3D blockbuster version of The Great Gatsby still has all the flash of our previous encounters with the Cannes-opening film, but this look turns an eye to the central romance.
A (pretty) well sourced report suggests that Bale will return to his role as the Caped Crusader for Warner Bros.' answer to The Avengers franchise. So how would this work?
A summary of the best reads found behind the paywall of The New York Times.
Just two days after Warner Bros. announced that it would be doing last minute edits on its upcoming thriller Gangster Squad, because of a scene that mirrored last week's movie theater shooting in Aurora, CO, the studio has announced that it is pulling the 1940s gangster film from the fall schedule entirely.
As we settle into the blurry and at times confusing aftermath of the Aurora tragedy, there's some good news of good will today as it's being reported that Warner Bros. is making a sizeable lump sum donation to charities caring for the victims of the shooting spree.
There was a minute where we thought that maybe, just maybe, Hollywood would actually silence itself as some sort of gesture to the victimes of the Aurora shooting. How naive we were.
Warner Brothers very correctly thinks it would be "insensitive" for them to report their box office numbers for The Dark Knight Rises this weekend, so instead they're delaying announcing their returns until Monday out of respect for the victims of the tragedy in Colorado.
Today in books: Malik Obama says he's writing a biography of Barack Obama Sr., the screen rights to Seth Grahame-Smith Three Wise Men mashup go for $2 million, and a musical version of The Bridges of Madison County could soon be putting Broadway audiences to sleep.
Today in film and television: Craig Gillespie walks from Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Spielberg blames Lucas for the last Indiana Jones movie, and stuntman has died on the Bulgarian set of The Expendables 2.
Aaron Sorkin is being courted to write a Steve Jobs biopic, former White House speechwriter Jon Lovett sells a White House-set comedy, and Warner Bros. is going to stop shipping Harry Potter movies in December.
Today in film and television: Bigelow's Bin Laden movie pushed back, Matt Damon readies for his directorial debut, and John Singleton sues Paramount.
The network and the video streaming service have signed a four-year licensing deal
Plus: A settlement appears close between Warner Bros. and Charlie Sheen
Plus: Tyler Perry is Hollywood's highest earning man, according to Forbes
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