Terrence Howard, the acclaimed actor best known for films like Crash, Ray and Hustle & Flow, stars alongside Cuba Gooding, Jr. in Red Tails. The film portrays the Tuskegee Airmen, a barrier breaking group of African American Army Air Force pilots during World War II.
Stars Wars Episode VII is in the works, and actor Mark Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker in the original episodes, claims to be in talks for the next franchise installment. Rumors have been circulating for months now that Disney owns LucasFilms.
Stars Wars spinoffs, one revolving around Han Solo and the other Boba Fett, may be in the works. Since George Lucas sold Lucasfilm to the Walt Disney Co., a variety of projects have been rumored to be on their way.
Oscar-winner Cuba Gooding, Jr., 44, has been summoned to appear in court on Friday morning to address allegations that he committed municipal battery at a bar in New Orleans on Tuesday. It was initially being reported that New Orleans police had issued a warrant for Gooding's arrest after an incident in which he allegedly became irritated at fans trying to photograph him and ended up in a skirmish with the female bartender, whom he allegedly pushed twice, reports ABC News.
Actor Nicholas Read, 40, who played one of the fuzzy, teddy-bear like Ewoks in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi and a goblin in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, was arrested for flashing a 17-year-old college student on a train headed to Manchester, England.
Looking back now thirteen years after the fact it is difficult to imagine the ways in which we let ourselves be made into such fools. When first it was announced that George Lucas was returning to his masterful space opera to bestow upon us a brand spanking new trilogy there was a collective euphoria the likes of which the world had never seen conjured towards a piece of pop-culture before or since.
George Lucas, 67, got people talking when he decided to shell out $58 million of his own money to produce Red Tails, a film about the war efforts of the Tuskegee Airmen during World War II. The movie, starring Cuba Gooding Jr.
Actor and comedian Robin Williams, 60, walked down the aisle for the third time on Sunday, this time with Susan Schneider, a graphic designer who helms the California firm, Critical Eye Design. The two met in 2009, shortly before Williams underwent heart surgery.