Another teaser of Star Wars: The Force Awakens dropped today in honor of Star Wars Celebration and it certainly doesn’t disappoint.
The two minute teaser features a chrome plated storm trooper (rumored to be Gwendoline Christie’s character), X-wings, tie fighters, lightsabers, new leads John Boyega and Daisy Ridley fleeing destruction, the Millennium Falcon embroiled in a harrowing dogfight and the return of Han Solo himself, Harrison Ford, along with his faithful companion Chewie.
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Ellen discussed the vision of the new movie The Avengers: Age of Ultron on her show and noted that an ‘important character’ to the series was left out.
In typical Ellen fashion, she joins the Avengers as "The Honker", who she calls beautiful, and powerful.
Watch as Ellen introduces ‘The Honker’ to the Marvel universe, AFTER THE JUMP…
Jon Cryer appeared on The Late Late Show last night and brought everybody back to the '80s with a recreation of his character Duckie's record shop dance from Pretty in Pink.
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And if you missed Corden's karaoke commute with Jennifer Hudson yesterday, check it out here. You'll be glad you did.
The long-in-the-works film spearheaded by actor Mickey Rourke which planned to tell the story of Welsh rugby icon Gareth Thomas, who came out of the closet in 2009, has been changed for fears the U.S. film market "won't get Wales," IGN reports:
Sources close to production, however, claim the film will now be set in Ireland, and Rourke will play a character named Mick ‘The Blade’ Collins. Furthermore, the movie will now be called Irish Thunder.
The Sun's source added: “Gareth was upset about being cut out, but hopes the story raises awareness of how hard it is for gay sportsman to come out. Nobody in America really understands rugby and there are fears they wouldn’t know much about Wales either."
A play about Thomas recently opened at the Sherman Theatre in Cardiff, Wales.
Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson and Jeremy Renner, who star in the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron, joined Jimmy Kimmel last night for his show which featured a number of segments, one of which involved gawking at some of the slash artwork created by fans.
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