James Wong

  • 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
  • Lester Holt Returns To ‘NBC Nightly News’ Tonight

    Holt tweeted this morning that he’s returning to the newscast tonight, one night after Savannah Guthrie filled in while Holt dealt with a family medical emergency, NBC News said yesterday. It had been unclear how long he would be gone. " @heidi_mcsista: @Nicoleedits Prayers for @LesterHoltNBC and…

    Deadline
  • 'Spider-Man' Gives Marvel What It Needs Most: Villains

    Kelvin Chavez of Latino Review scooped the Internet yesterday with a big news dump alleging copious information about the upcoming Walt Disney/Sony reboot of the Spider-Man franchise. The general idea is that it will be a fresh start, sans origin, written and directed by Drew Goddard of Cabin in…

    Forbes
  • 8 Uncontinued Movie Franchises That Never Saw a Sequel

    What happens when a franchise doesn't make it past the first movie? Hollywood tends to forget it ever happened. Luckily, we didn't.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • Daniel Craig Films 007 Sketch for U.K. Charity Event

    Elton John, Stephen Hawking and Rowan Atkinson are also participating in the Red Nose Day fundraising efforts.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • 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
  • ‘Mary Mary’ & ‘L.A. Hair’ Return For Fourth Seasons On WE TV

    WE TV is bolstering its unscripted original series lineup with the return of Mary Mary and L.A. Hair for 10-episode fourth seasons and the greenlighting of new series Cutting It: In The ATL. Mary Mary returns Thursday March 5 at 10 PM, picking up with the story of Erica and Tina Campbell as…

    Deadline
  • Will Smith and the Death of Hollywood’s Box Office Superstars

    This past weekend was meant to be a big one for Will Smith. Following the failure of the overblown vanity project After Earth and the stale Men in Black 3, his new movie Focus was meant to return Smith to the roll of “actor” and not merely a special effect in a sci-fi extravaganza. Focus is a…

    The Fiscal Times
  • 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
  • Hulu Gets Disney Junior’s ‘Doc McStuffins’ in Exclusive SVOD Deal

    Hulu, looking to cater to the 6-and-under set — or, more accurately, their parents — inked a deal with Disney-ABC Television Group giving the Internet-streaming service exclusive subscription video-on-demand rights to Disney Junior’s acclaimed animated series “Doc McStuffins.” Also covered under…

    Variety
  • Lady Gaga to Taylor Swift: "Your Prince Charming Will Come"

    Tweeted the "Style" singer: "Is it just me or is Lady Gaga, like, fully LIVING right now?!?"

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • 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
  • Sony Pictures TV Inks Deal With French Paybox OCS

    PARIS– French paybox Orange Cinema Series (OCS) has signed a multi-year with Sony Pictures Television (SPT) to gain exclusive first-window rights to the U.S. studio’s movies and TV series. OCS, which is majority owned by French telco Orange, will have access to all of SPT’s recent feature films…

    Variety
  • 'Man from Macau' tops China box office; 'Big Hero 6' opens strong

    “The Man From Macau 2” rolled over wolves and Jackie Chan last week at the mainland Chinese box office, hauling in $70.6 million during the second half of the Chinese New Year holiday.

    Los Angeles Times
  • Jonathan Groff to Wear Crown in 'Hamilton'

    The star of HBO's 'Looking' will step into the role of King George in Lin-Manuel Miranda's acclaimed bio-musical, which transfers to Broadway following its Public Theater premiere.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • The Breakfast Club gets a remastered theatrical release for its 30th birthday

    The Breakfast Club is getting restored and remastered, marking 30 years since the John Hughes classic put five very different high school archetypes — a brain, a beauty, a jock, a rebel and a recluse — in detention to teach them about friendship and other feelings. The restored film will premiere…

    The Verge
  • Rachel Zoe Launches Style Subscription Box

    Box of Style will offer fashion, beauty and lifestyle products curated by one of Hollywood's favorite stylists.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • TV Ratings: 'The Following' Premiere Drops, 'Voice' Holds Steady-ish

    'Mike and Molly' tops the night's scripted efforts, growing a shade in the demo.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • ‘American Sniper’ Dominates Japanese Box Office for Second Week

    TOKYO — “American Sniper” won its second straight weekend at the Japanese box office, earning $2.43 million on 242,428 admissions for the Feb. 28-March 1 period, while pushing its nine-day total over the 1 billion yen ($8.5 million) mark. Although interest in the Middle East and its wars is…

    Variety