If it happens, that is. (Which it will.) Asked by SFX magazine where he sees the character going, Hugh Jackman responded: “I still am very ambitious for the character. And tonally I feel like we corrected the ship with the last one. But I feel we can still go further, in a way. If I did another one I’m 99.9% sure it would be the last, so that will inform what it is for me.” And there it is: Your opportunity to scream suggestions for a new Logan into the digital abyss.
R.I.P., Bob Hoskins, age 71.
The Onion is launching a site parodying places like BuzzFeed and Upworthy.
Note found in Kurt Cobain’s wallet at the time of his death, kept secret till now: “Do you Kurt Cobain take Courtney Michelle Love to be your lawful shredded wife even when shes a bitch with zits and siphoning all yr money for doping and whoring …”
There’s still another big female lead coming for Star Wars: Episode VII.
Every single place Billy Joel ever sang about.
David Spade says a sequel to 2001’s Joe Dirt has been written. “We may wind up doing it on Crackle.com, because they want to be the first web address to do a sequel to a movie.”
Speaking of Crackle dot com: Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee — the title that keeps on giving! — has been renewed for four more seasons/24 more episodes.
Been digging Pharrell’s album? Here’s a sweet bonus song originally written for Cee Lo.
Nintendo will host its first Super Smash Bros. tournament.
Here’s Seth Meyers roasting the Time 100. [via]
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Author of book called Gravity sues film called Gravity.
Danny Strong — Danny on Mad Men, screenwriter behind The Butler, Game Change, and the upcoming Hunger Games: Mockingjay twofer — has lined up his directorial debut. Titled Salinger’s War, it’ll detail ol’ J.D.’s early days and hopefully be better than last summer’s shitty documentary.
Gwen Stefani is heading to The Voice. She’ll replace Christina Aguilera, who will return the following season.
And here’s David Letterman’s kindly farewell to Craig Ferguson.
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