Catching you up on some of our favorite things to come out of Hollywood this week:


Alison Brie and Jason Sudeikis in Sleeping with Other People
Alison Brie and Jason Sudeikis in Sleeping with Other People

The 2015 summer box office recorded its second biggest summer ever in North American box office history with $4.48 billion (up 10% from last year) thanks in part to huge releases from Universal and Disney. (The Hollywood Reporter)

The Toronto Film Festival (TIFF) provides us an early sneak peek to the movies that we’ll be buzzing about during awards season. Here are fifteen can’t-be-missed films from this year’s festival. (Entertainment Weekly)

After months of speculation, it has been confirmed that the theme song for the latest James Bond, Spectre, will be co-written and performed by Sam Smith. “Writing’s on the Wall” will be the first Bond theme by a British male solo artist since Tom Jones in 1965.  (Variety)

Cate Blanchett is set to star as Lucille Ball in the authorized movie biopic of the red-haired TV icon.  (The Wrap)

A top-secret Christopher Nolan film project is slated for a July 2017 release. That gives us two more years to figure out Interstellar… (USA Today)

Kate Hudson replaces Rebel Wilson as Mei Mei in Kung Fu Panda 3. (Moviepilot)

The latest trailer for Krampus unleashes serious some holiday terror and the dark side of jolly old St. Nicholas. Krampus arrives in theaters December 4. (Cinema Blend)

On Star Wars “Force Friday,” lucky New Yorkers were able to take free rides in these Stormtrooper-inspired Dodge Chargers as part of a collaboration with Uber. (Mashable)

We’ve got our first image of Matt Damon reprising his role as Jason Bourne in Bourne 5 The film, currently in production, is slated for a July 2016 release. (Collider)

The latest teaser for The Martian is also well-crafted promo for Under Amour. The integration between the brand and the movie feels seamless and very authentic . (Fast Company)

Opening this weekend: the suspense thriller The Perfect Guy, the Jason Sudeikis indie comedy Sleeping with Other People and M. Night Shaymalan’s The Visit.


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