Movie-NewsCatching you up on everything “so hot right now” in Hollywood this week:

Blue Steel is back on the runway! Attendees at Valentino’s Paris Fashion Week show were in for a surprise when “models” Derek Zoolander and Hansel came strutting down the runway in the show’s finale. You aren’t taking crazy pills – Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson used the catwalk to announce the February 2016 release date of Zoolander 2. (The Wrap)

We’re finally learning plot details surrounding the mysterious Tomorrowland, starring George Clooney, Hugh Laurie and Britt Robertson. In the latest trailer for Disney’s top secret project, Casey (Robertson) discovers a pin that transports her to an alternative, futuristic world.  (Yahoo! Movies)

With the all-female version of Ghostbusters set to begin production, rumors are now swirling that there will there could be an all-male reboot as well. Channing Tatum wants to star in the project with Chris Pratt eyed to costar. Details are slim, but producers are looking towards a 2017 release.  (Screen Rant)

Could Avengers: Age of Ultron break the first Avengers’ best-ever-opening-weekend record of $207 million? Forecasters are already saying yes!  (Bloomberg Businessweek)

When Stars Wars: The Force Awakens opens in December, it will be set 32 years after the events of Return of the Jedi.  For fans eager to find out what’s happened during the big time gap, the franchise will be releasing 20 books (ranging from novels to sticker books) chronicling the last three decades, which might provide some Easter eggs about the new film.  Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be released this fall. (Entertainment Weekly)

A third Bond girl has been added to the already star-studded cast of Sam Mendes’s latest 007 adventure Spectre.  (The Hollywood Reporter)

Kevin Hart will be honored with the “Comedy Star of the Year” award at next month’s CinemaCon in Las Vegas. (Variety)

Opening this weekend: Disney’s live fairy tale remake of Cinderella, the action-thriller Run All Night starring Liam Neeson, and the gritty biker flick Cymbeline with Ethan Hawke, Ed Harris and Fifty Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson.


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