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

Kate Beckinsale in Underworld: Blood Wars

2016 shattered expectations and set a new domestic box-office record with $11.4 billion, surpassing 2015’s record total of $11.14 billion. (The Hollywood Reporter)

According to Fandango, Star Wars: Episode VIII topped the annual fan survey of 2017’s Most Anticipated Films.  Other motion pictures such as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Wonder Woman, Beauty and the Beast and Spider-Man: Homecoming also made the list. (Deadline)

Time also unveiled its list of the year’s most anticipated upcoming blockbuster releases.

If you thought the second trailer of Fifty Shades Darker wasn’t…um…dark enough, then this extended version which premiered during The Bachelor will certainly get your temperature rising. (ABC News)

Want to learn some new dance moves? Check out this exuberant tap dance routine similar to the one Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone performed in La La Land, created by the movie’s choreographer Mandy Moore. Happy Dancing! (USA Today)

Darth Vader’s appearance in the final scene of Rogue One has gotten the 16-bit video game makeover. (Entertainment Weekly)

Disney debuted a 30-second preview of Emma Watson as Belle singing Something There from the new live-action Beauty and the Beast. (Billboard)

Rumors are flying that Ben Affleck will not direct his DC superhero standalone flick The Batman. (The Wrap)

But LEGO Batman (Will Arnett) wishes us all a Happy New Year! (Cinema Blend)

Struggling businessman Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton) seizes a golden opportunity with brothers Mac and Dick McDonald to build their burger business into a billion-dollar empire in the trailer for The Founder. (/Film)

Opening this weekend: Underworld: Blood Wars and The Bronx Bull.


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