Exactly how many villains are going to be in The Amazing Spider-Man 2? What does Baz Luhrmann think F. Scott Fitzgerald would think of his The Great Gatsby? All this, plus the new British ad for Man of Steel focuses on greatness, in today’s First Dibs.
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Andrew Garfield and Dane Dehaan, who portray Peter Parker and Harry Osborn in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, were spotted throwing rocks in Brooklyn, NY. The two actors looked like they had fun on the set, where Garfield shot the camera his best Blue Steel pose.
Is Man of Steel’s Michael Shannon’s next role “Crazy Sorority Girl”? Where can you get the first official look at The Amazing Spider-Man 2′s ferocious foes? Plus an exclusive clip from Star Trek Into Darkness in today’s Last Lap.
And what did Snoop Lion have to say about Miley Cyrus at the MTV Movie Awards? Who’s been getting into bed with Emily Blunt and John Krasinski? Plus a sneak peek at what Jamie Foxx will look like in The Amazing Spider-Man 2!
If you aren’t a huge fan of Shailene Woodley, you’re gonna be. And soon! Seriously, we’re predicting K-Stew level fan hysteria in a very sort time. We caught flashes of the young actress’s huge talent when she took the lead role of Amy Juergens in The Secret Life Of The American Teenager, and her critically […]
Deadline reports that Shailene Woodley in talks to play the lead in Divergent. We (kind of) knew it!
Why is Hollywood so focused on reboots and remakes when they could just be making sequels? Sequels we’d actually be psyched to see? We’re looking at you, Total Recall! (Just kidding; you know we’re seeing that ish on opening night.) Lucky for us, there are more number two’s coming out than we know what to […]
Andrew Garfield to be replaced in ‘Spider-Man’ by younger actor, Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello find a surrogate, Patriots’ cornerback slams Kanye West, and more celebrity news.
Jennifer Lawrence, Channing Tatum, Chris Pratt, and more stars who avoid any scandal or backlash and will forever be in our good graces.
Starting with 1999 — the unofficial “Young Hollywood” issue — we look back on the hottest, youngest, brightest, freshest faces, including Jonah Hill, Carey Mulligan, Emma Watson and Shailene Woodley, of the past 15 years.