Kevin Hart’s Really Turning Up The Workouts Ahead Of His 41st Birthday

Working out and getting ample amounts of exercise are definitely things that most of us try to fit into our day-to-day routines and, after being in self-quarantine, many have made the time to get their fitness fix. This also includes celebrities, whether they’ve been preparing for roles or just aiming to stay in shape. Well, the fitness bug also seems to have bitten Kevin Hart, who is aiming to amp up his physique ahead of his 41st birthday.

The Tax Collector Trailer: Watch Shia LaBeouf Go Full Criminal For New David Ayer Movie

It’s been a little over two years since director David Ayer’s next movie following Netflix’s Bright, The Tax Collector, was officially announced, with filming occurring from July to August of 2018. Since then, updates onThe Tax Collector have been relatively light, but now the movie’s first trailer has finally dropped, giving us our first taste of footage showing off Shia LaBeouf’s character in his illegal line of work. Take a look!

Hamilton Review | The Show Impossibly Surpasses The Hype

The film version of Lin Manuel Miranda’s broadway hit “Hamilton,” available on Disney+ starting July 3rd, finally gives all viewers the chance to see the Tony and Grammy award winning musical right in their own homes. And yes, it really does live up to the hype. Here’s CinemaBlend Managing Director Sean O’Connell’s review.

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Could The Suicide Squad Head To Streaming? Here’s What James Gunn Said

Well, that’s pretty cut and dry. It looks like Warner Bros. and James Gunn aren’t considering bringing The Suicide Squad straight to homes. Instead, we should expect the soft reboot to arrive at its expected release date next August. And this makes sense, as principal photography was already completed before sets were shut down, and there’s still a full year to edit/complete the project.

Justice League Actor Ray Fisher Says Joss Whedon’s On-Set Behavior Was ‘Gross’ And ‘Abusive’

Shots recently were fired by Ray Fisher in the general direction of Joss Whedon, the director who was hired to replace Zack Snyder on the Justice League movie that arrived in theaters in 2017. There has been rampant speculation that Whedon’s tactics were opposed by the Justice League cast, and that producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg enabled the director. Previously, most of the cast was unable to speak on the matter. Well, Fixsher is taking the gloves off.

What’s Really Going On With Tenet’s Christopher Nolan And His Chair Ban On Movie Sets

All in all, despite the fact that Christopher Nolan has certain rules while working on set and covers ground that may go over some people’s heads, the director appears to have great rapport with his collaborators. Even when Anne Hathaway claimed he didn’t allow chairs, she still mentioned it playfully and believed that his logic for doing so was right.

Da Vinci Code Author Dan Brown Accused Of Living A Double Life In Lawsuit That Sounds Like A Movie Plot

Dan Brown books, and their associated films, are usually seen as fun, mostly harmless, adventures full of intrigue, conspiracies and hidden truths. Now, according to a new lawsuit filed by the author’s ex-wife, Dan Brown’s actual life doesn’t sound all that different, as she’s accusing The Da Vinci Code author of taking money from their joint accounts to “pursue a clandestine life.”

Could The Infinity Stones Return To The MCU? Here’s The Latest From Marvel

Marvel fans can re-watch the the Infinity Saga on Disney+. You can use this link to sign up for the new streaming service.

Throughout its decade of filmmaking, the Marvel Cinematic Universe methodically set up the location of each individual Infinity Stones. Those hardcore fans were paying attention to stones and Thanos’ impending arrival, dating all the way back to The Tesseract’s first appearance in Captain America: The First Avenger. From there, movies featured the reveal of more stones like in Thor: The Dark World, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Avengers: Age of Ultron.