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

The cast of Now You See Me 2

Finding Dory just keeps swimming towards Pixar’s largest opening yet as experts forecast the highly-anticipated sequel could open next weekend to at least $115 million. Toy Story 3 currently holds the record for Pixar’s biggest debut with $110.3 M. (Variety)

After 168 incredible days in theaters, Star Wars: The Force Awakens ends its historic theatrical run at the box office as third highest-grossing movie of all-time. (Movie Web)

Star Wars breakout John Boyega has been cast in the lead role in Pacific Rim 2. Boyega will play the son of Idris Elba’s character from the first movie. (Deadline)

Next month’s Ghostbusters movie will reimagine Ray Parker Jr.’s theme song from the 1984 original in a collaboration between Missy Elliott and Fall Out Boy. (Billboard)

Discover the Tarzan’s origins in the latest trailer from IMAX for Warner Bros’ The Legend of Tarzan starring Alexander Skarsgard. (Cinema Blend)

We’ll have to wait another year for Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas as Universal Pictures and Illumination push the holiday reboot to November 9, 2018. (The Wrap)

Michael Bay gave audiences a new sneak peek from the latest Transformers sequel, The Last Knight, unveiling a new look for Bumblebee and announcing the heartwarming casting of a shelter dog with epilepsy named Freya. (Collider)

In the latest featurette / spoof for Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, meet the real Mike and Dave whose Craigslist antics inspired the film. (20th Century Fox)

Tom Hiddleston shuts down any speculation that he’ll be the next James Bond, stating no one has approached him about the iconic role. (Entertainment Weekly)

Opening this weekend:  Now You See Me 2, Warcraft and The Conjuring 2.


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