Dan Scanlon

  • Ronda Rousey's latest movie project revealed amid criticism from rival

    If fans were wondering what’s next for UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey after her UFC 184 win, they needn’t wonder any longer.

    Cagewriter
  • Mo'Nique: 'Empire' Role Was Mine

    It's hard to imagine anyone but Taraji P. Henson playing Cookie on "Empire," but according to Mo'Nique, she was offered the role first. Mo'Nique appeared on Access Hollywood Live to promote her new project "Blackbird" on Tuesday, but she also spoke very candidly about how her career has been…

    Access Hollywood
  • ‘Independence Day 2′ Casts Jessie Usher as Lead

    Fox has cast “Survivor’s Remorse” star Jessie Usher in “Independence Day 2″ as the lead. He’s the first cast member attached to the sequel. Usher will portray the son of Will Smith’s Steven Hiller character from the 1996 original. Smith is not expected to return. Director Roland Emmerich will…

    Variety
  • The Cast of The Sandlot Then and Now

    The Cast of The Sandlot Then and Now "You're killin' me, smalls!" Here's where the lovable cast of "The Sandlot" is now. Tom Guiry Guiry played the dorkily lovable Scotty Smalls in the cast of "The Sandlot" and continues to work on the big and small screen, most notably in 2001's "Black Hawk Down"…

    Wochit
  • Prince William and Shaun the Sheep Take China by Storm

    The first visit to China by a member of the British royal family in nearly three decades also includes an exhibition of the Aardman Animation character.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Learn the History of Superheroes From Stan Lee Himself

    A new online course teams the Marvel co-creator with 'Batman' movie producer Michael Uslan.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • China Lion to Release Andy Lau's 'Lost and Love' in North America, Australia

    The movie will open day-and-date with mainland China later this month.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Netflix’s Oscar ambitions show with its latest movie deal

    The streaming service has bought the distribution rights for Beasts of No Nation, a film about West African child soldiers that could be an Oscar contender.

    Fortune
  • MoMA retrospective journeys into world of Iceland's Bjork

    "Bjork," which opens on Sunday and runs through June 7, follows the artist through 20 years of her career, from her first mature solo album "Debut" in 1993 to her latest work and a new music installation commissioned for the retrospective. "It's been an incredibly generous and fruitful journey for…

    Reuters
  • Ellen Debuts #TheDress: Real Story Behind #WhiteandGold and Wedding That Started It All

    "It turns out the real dress is blue and black. Isn’t that amazing? It’s amazing the real dress is wrong."

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • For now, no license to view for rogue YouTuber's dark Bond short

    The producer of the recent "Power Rangers" YouTube sensation slams up against more copyright woes over an excellent film that looks at what happens to Bond when his license to kill has been revoked.>

    CNET
  • Sarah Michelle Gellar Joins ‘Star Wars Rebels’ for Season 2

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer is headed to a galaxy far, far away.

    The Wrap
  • Clive Davis Snags Units at Gotham’s Ritz Tower

    As was first reported in the New York property gossip columns, octogenarian music-industry legend Clive Davis recently spent just over $3.4 million for a pair of midfloor co-operative apartments at New York City’s ultra-luxe Ritz Tower on Park Avenue, where residents pay super-sized monthly fees…

    Variety
  • Film Review: ‘Misfits’

    If the global "It Gets Better" campaign has lent a certain familiarity to narratives of gay teenage oppression and self-realization, that's hardly something to be held against "Misfits."

    Variety
  • 9 Actors Who Only Make Bad Movies

    9 Actors Who Only Make Bad Movies Katherine Heigl The first time we saw Katherine Heigl as the driven and tightly-wound, but quirky and ultimately lovable girl was in "Knocked Up", and that was a decent comedy. But then she played the same character in "27 Dresses" which was meh. But then we saw it…

    Wochit
  • Chris O’Donnell Receives a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

    As they say in Hollywood, timing is everything and, for child star-turned-“NCIS: Los Angeles” lead Chris O’Donnell, this was certainly the case. “I got my letter from Boston College and it said, ‘You’re wait-listed,’” the Chicago-born actor recalls of senior year in high school when it was the…

    Variety
  • China’s Bona Film Doubles Profit to $17 million

    Net profits at China’s Bona Film Group doubled last year to hit $16.9 million, buoyed by a powerful theatrical releasing performance.

    Variety