It would be wise to bet against Ben Affleck starring in 'The Batman' https://t.co/hlxQLVc7ke
— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) July 21, 2017
-Ben Affleck‘s future as Batman in doubt, according to The Hollywood Reporter. They say Warner Bros. is looking at plans to quietly phase out Affleck’s Batman and replace him with a younger actor.
-T.J. Miller really, really needs to stop bad-mouthing his Silicon Valley costars.
-More details about Johnny Depp’s crazy spending has come out from the lawsuit, including paying $500k for storage of items like a couch he bought from the Kardashians to give to his daughter.
-Céline Dion is modeling the most dazzling looks from this season’s couture shows for Vogue.
-I’m bummed that Netflix’s Ozark is getting bad reviews. I really want any show that features Jason Bateman and Laura Linney as married.
-Congrats to Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Tasha McCauley, who welcomed a baby boy. It’s their second kid.
-Issa Rae looks ah-maz-ing in the new issue of Complex.
-The Game Of Thrones showrunners responded to outrage surrounding their first big post-Thrones project, Confederate, in a new interview with Vulture and it’s not exactly comforting. I really hate their ‘wait and see before you judge’ stance. The fact is, if we wait and see, that means waiting until HBO throws millions of dollars into making a first season (because they don’t work on a pilot system), marketing, etc. If this seems problematic right from the start — and it certainly does — than why not voice those concerns from the outset?
-Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk opened really strong in previews last night. I know I should see it but the idea of going to a war movie in the middle of summer bums me out. It’s so, so weird that they’re releasing it now.
-Jada Pinkett Smith joked that she wishes those rumours about her and Will Smith being swingers were true.
-Will Smith and Joel Edgerton are buddy cops in a supernatural world in the trailer for Bright, Netflix’s most expensive movie to date ($90 million).
-John Boyega stars in the trailer to the sequel to Guillermo del Toro‘s Pacific Rim.