George Clooney Turned Down $35 Million for One Day’s Work

If most people were offered $35 million to do just one day of work, it is almost certain that they would bite off the hand holding the check, but it seems that when George Clooney was given that exact option to appear in a commercial, he and his wife Amal Clooney decided that “it’s not worth it.” In an interview with The Guardian, the award winning actor explained how when it comes to choosing the work both he and his wife take on, it all comes down to making sure they also still live their lives and don’t just live to work.

Spider-Man: No Way Home’s Press Screenings Only Show 40 Minutes of the Movie

It seemed like only minutes after the world premiere of Eternals revealed Harry Style’s surprise role in the mid-credit scene, that the spoiler was posted far and wide on the internet without any subtlety or any way of those looking to avoid such information from…well, avoiding it. Whether it is coincidence or a case of once bitten twice shy, according to a number of usual sources, including Big Screen Leaks, the press screenings for Spider-Man: No Way Home will only include a reported 40 minutes of footage from the movie to give those in attendance enough of an idea of the film to go into press events and junkets.

Stan Lee Horror Universe Being Brought to Screen by Timur Bekmambetov

Stan Lee was a giant of the comic book world, and his legacy through the Marvel Cinematic Universe will stand as a testament to that for generations to come. However, while Lee is best known for creating some of the biggest heroes of Marvel Comics’ history, he has done some lesser-known work in the horror genre which is about to be brought to screen via Wanted director Timur Bekmambetov, ZQ Entertainment, and Lee’s own company POW! Entertainment. The two projects being developed are titled Sawbones and Carnival of Killers which pre-date his big Marvel superhero comics of the 1960s.

It’s A Wonderful Life 75th Anniversary Celebrated sith New Blu-Ray Resoration

This year Frank Capra’s It’s a Wonderful Life celebrates its 75th anniversary, and as well as celebratory NBC airings the classic Christmas tale of hopelessness and redemption will be getting a brand new restored Blu-ray edition. While the movie has its critics, there are millions who watch the film every single year and place the James Stewart-led story in their top ten movies of all time. However, despite being one of the most quoted and loved festive movies, that wasn’t the case when the film first arrived in cinemas as a rushed-out theatrical flop.

The Last Duel Interview Gets Awkward When Ridley Scott Swears at Journalist

Ridley Scott isn't looking for criticism of his past movies when doing interviews to promote his newest feature, as one journalist recently found out first hand. Scott has been recently promoting The Last Duel, a movie that has been very much impressing critics even if it didn't exactly light the box office on fire. A clip from one interview, which has since gone viral and is floating around on social media, saw the journalist comparing the realism in The Last Duel with some of the 84-year-old's previous movies, and that's when the conversation went off the rails. You can watch the clip below.

Halle Berry Reveals Why She Accepted her Catwoman Razzie in Person

It's no secret that Catwoman was a total dud when it was released in theaters in 2004. While star Halle Berry did as well as could be expected with the movie's creative direction, it didn't leave viewers impressed, serving as one of the most-criticized comic book movies of all time. It was a "winner" of multiple Golden Raspberry Awards, including Worst Picture, Worst Director, and Worst Screenplay. Berry personally took the Razzie for Worst Actress, and proving herself to be a good sport, she showed up in person to accept the award.

DC’s The Metal Men Animated Movie Brings in Former Disney Big Guns

Warner Animation Group is expanding their DC output again with the help of former Disney animation legends Ron Clements and John Musker, the team who worked on numerous House of Mouse classics such as Aladdin, The Little Mermaid and Moana, who will be working with Space Jam: A New Legacy writer Celeste Ballard to being The Metal Men to screen. The Disney duo are already producing the new feature, have written the treatment for it, and are looking to also direct, while Craig Peck will be executively producing as Warner Animation looks to expand its relatively small hold on the market.

Nicole Kidman Almost Backed Out of Playing Lucille Ball Due to Backlash

There has never been a tougher time for both casting directors and stars when it comes to filling certain roles in cinema and TV, and even when common issues of equality and diversity are not in attendance it can still be a minefield. In the upcoming Lucille Ball biopic, Being the Ricardos, Nicole Kidman takes on the role of the I Love Lucy star, with Javier Bardem co-starring as Ball’s husband Desi Arnaz, but recently Kidman revealed that she almost backed out of taking on the role because of backlash over her not looking exactly like the 60s TV icon.

Enola Holmes: Mycroft’s Dangerous Game Graphic Novel, Featuring Millie Bobby Brown, Debuts Cover

Legendary Comics YA’s upcoming graphic novel Enola Holmes: Mycroft’s Dangerous Game, from author Nancy Springer, written by Mickey George with artwork by Giorgia Sposito, is headed our way. Featuring the likeness of Millie Bobby Brown (Godzilla vs. Kong, Stranger Things) as the young and brilliant Enola, the graphic novel will present an original story that bridges the adventures of the first film with the highly anticipated sequel forthcoming on Netflix.

Freddie Prinze Jr. Explains Why He Won’t Work with Sarah Michelle Gellar

It is almost two decades since Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. starred in a movie on screen together, and the pair have no desire to do so again in the future as they believe it won’t be interesting. As one of Hollywood’s longstanding couples, the pair have appeared in a total of five movies together, including I Know What You Did Last Summer and its sequel, She’s All That, and two Scooby-Doo movies, but since marrying in 2002, the thought of working together in the same movie just does nothing for them.