The star-studded official video for Paul McCartney’s “Queenie Eye” makes it premiere on Vevo. he Making of Queenie Eye takes a look at how McCartney crafted his new music at Abbey Road Studios, and includes appearances from Johnny Depp, Tom Ford, Meryl Streep and Chris Pine. In the video, McCartney is seen sharing stories from his Beatle days and how “Love Me Do”was recorded.
Zachary Quinto, J.J. Abrams, Lifeguard Dean “Deano” Gladstone, Chris Pine and Karl Urban pose at Bondi Beach at the “Star Trek Into Darkness” photo call on April 22, 2013 in Sydney, Australia.
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Ryan Gosling could possibly be cast for a role in the upcoming adaptation of “Fifty Shades of Grey.” In aninterview with Now Magazine, the husband of the book’s author may have let it slip out that Gosling is a front runner for the role of Christian Grey.
Other actors thought to be in contention for the role include Chris Pine, Ian Somerhalder and Alexander Skarsgard. Since the books were so successful, casting for “Fifty Shades of Grey” has been the talk of the tabloids this summer.
Book sales of “Fifty Shades of Grey” have increased substantially, making it the fastest selling paperback book of all time, even beating out the “Twilight” Series.
J.J. Abrams’ long-awaited 3-D “Star Trek” sequel now has a release date. The movie is slated to come out on May 17, 2013, nearly a year later than the studio’s originally-intended date of June 29, 2012.
Shooting on the sequel is expected to begin sometime early next year, with Benicio del Toro in discussions to join the cast in an unspecified villainous role.
The as-yet untitled follow-up to the franchise reboot will see the return of all principal cast members from the first entry including Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, Zachary Quinto, Anton Yelchin and Simon Pegg, with Abrams collaborating on the script with Damon Lindelof (TV’s “Lost”) as well as the writing duo of Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, who penned the first reboot installment.
The first “Star Trek” film grossed over $385 million worldwide on a reported budget of $150 million.
JJ Abrams is to direct the much anticipated Star Trek sequel according to industry Insiders who have been speaking with New York Magazine.
The 45-year-old director rebooted the Star Trek franchise in 2009 with a brand new and younger cast including Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto; the movie received both commercial and critical success including an OSCAR win for Best make-up. Pre-production is already underway, with the script due to be completed by the end of the month (September 2011) and filming beginning in the winter. Fans have been left in limbo since the movie was released in 2009 as Abrams had refused to comment on the possibilities of a sequel or even that he would return to the director’s chair. However, it is understood that the delay was caused by writer Alex Kurtzman, who wrote the script for the first movie was busy with other commitments such as directing his debut movie. But now that his project is completed he has once again teamed up with Abrams and is due to complete the new script.
Born in New York but raised in Los Angeles J.J. Abrams is the son of movie and TV producer Gerald W. Abrams. He first began his career in the movie world at the age of 16 when he wrote the musicfor science-fiction horror movie Nightbeast. He later moved onto bigger budget movies helping to producer blockbusters such as Armageddon, Mission Impossible:III and Cloverfield. He is currently working on new movie Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol due for release in 2011 which sees TomCruise reprise his role as secret agent Ethan Hunt.