Drake popped up on the set of Anchorman: The Legend Continues sporting an Afro for an afternoon in front of the cameras in NYC on Saturday. He joined the original cast — including Will Ferrell, Christina Applegate, Paul Rudd, Steve Carell, and David Koechner — who were also on hand for the day of filming. Drake isn't the only star making a cameo in the film since Tina Fey and Amy Poehler shot scenes with Sacha Baron Cohen in Atlanta earlier this month, and Liam Neeson, John C. Reilly, Kirsten Dunst, and Harrison Ford have also gotten in front of the cameras for the sequel. There's even more star power to come with Kristen Wiig and Nicole Kidman also signed on to make appearances.
Star Trek Into Darkness earned $70.6 million at the box office this weekend, beating the previous reigning box office champ, Iron Man 3, which earned $35.2 million. Coming in third was The Great Gatsby, which made $23.4 in its second week of release. Pain and Gain dropped to fourth, taking in just $3.1 million, while animated film The Croods stuck it out in fifth place with $2.7 million.
It would be an exciting week for casting even if the Cannes Film Festival weren't going on, but the glamorous event in France is bringing a ton of new casting deals as well. The lead for YA tearjerker The Fault in Our Stars cast its Augustus Waters, and Zac Efron just got a new speed-demon role. Click through to see these and the new jobs for everyone from Shia LaBeouf and Christoph Waltz to Cate Blanchett and Scarlett Johansson.
It was a big week in filming with love interests and villains appearing on movie and TV sets this week. Katie Holmes and Luke Kirby sparked chemistry for Mania Days in NYC, while Lena Dunham celebrated her 27th birthday with an ice cream cone during shoots for Girls. Across town, Andrew Garfield hung on tight during a faceoff with The Amazing Spider-Man 2's newest villain, The Rhino, played by Paul Giamatti. Click through to see what other celebrities were up to on their sets this week!
Bradley Cooper was sporting tight curls for an afternoon of work on American Hustle with Amy Adams in NYC yesterday. The set of David O. Russell's latest film has seen many interesting looks due to its '70s setting, and Amy kept up with the trend in a revealing V-neck dress for her latest day in front of the cameras. Amy and Bradley star along with Jennifer Lawrence, who is currently in Cannes promoting her other film, Catching Fire.
Bradley has been pulling double duty lately since he's filming his latest project while also promoting the finale of his Hangover trilogy. The Hangover Part III hits theaters on Thursday, and Bradley made a fun promotional stop on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon in the Big Apple earlier this week. He took on the host in a hilarious game of "faceketball" while chatting up the film.
Star Trek Into Darkness comes out this week, four years after J.J. Abrams rebooted the franchise with stars Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine. This time, there's a new story and a new villain played by Benedict Cumberbatch, but is the sequel worth seeing in the theater? Watch our video review to find out!
This Summer, some of the most well-known women in Hollywood will be lighting up the big screen as superheroes, cops, magicians, '90s teens, and more. While some actresses are returning to popular roles for sequels, others will be treading in new territory — like Emma Watson, who's playing a shallow socialite in Sofia Coppola's latest film. We've already shown you the boys of Summer, so now take a look at the leading ladies of Summer!
Ben Affleck may have gotten a lot of attention when he took home the best picture Oscar for Argo this year, but he is hardly the first actor who has had behind-the-camera aspirations. Actors and actresses have been finding success in the director's chair for decades, and celebrities like Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Gosling are carrying on the tradition with their own interests in making films. Click through to see how stars have made — and will make — their directorial debuts.
Whether it be the story of an awkward teen writing his first article for Rolling Stone or a cautionary tale about a girl who gets too wrapped up in an adult romance, coming-of-age films are one of my favorite genres. This week I'm celebrating them by putting your cinematic skills to the test. How many pictures can you match to the correct movie title?