The Entertainment Industry never stops, and that is why there are always news that could be presented to you. So, let’s not drag this for too long, and let’s give you the hottest recent news from the Entertainment Industry.
The Daily Show is coming to an end, and we have all known that for some time. Even the replacement for Jon Stewart was chosen, but we didn’t actually believe it until it came. After 16 years at the head of the Daily Show, Jon Stewart made his final episode, and offered us his last moment of Zen. However, Jon didn’t even try to hide that he is rather glad that this is over, and said his farewell along some of the most memorable stars of the Daily Show.
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Gambit is a new X-Men spin-off film, and Channing Tatum is set to star in it as the titular character. The film will be directed by Rupert Wyatt, famous for his movie Rise of the Planet of the Apes, but the female lead is still not accounted for. It appears that the producers cannot decide between Rebecca Ferguson, Abbely Lee and Lea Seydoux. All of them are testing for the role of Gambit’s love interest, and we hope that they will make the best decision.
Fox’s new movie “Fantastic Four” has opened on Thursday with a gross of 2.7 million US Dollars. The movie was universally panned by critics, as well as regular folks who have seen it, but the director Josh Trank doesn’t seem to mind that, but he did says that the film would have been a lot better if the studie hadn’t meddled. The film cost around 120 million US Dollars to make, and it is to be seen if it would be a hit or a flop.
Like in 2012, Luis C.K. is making another break from his hit TV Series Louie. This comedian has put this TV series on hiatus due to the fact that he starred, directed and wrote almost all the episodes of this show, and after 6 seasons, he is a little tired from it and wants to do new things.
Ben Affleck has two new projects that are about to come out, and the release dates for both The Accountant and Live by Night have been pushed back. The Accountant, a film about an accountant that also works as an assassin, has been pushed back to October 17, 2016, and Live by Night, a prohibition era film, will be pushed back to 2017, according to the Warner Bros.
Doctor Who has always been a TV series that pushes the boundaries, and it is doing it again by casting a transgender actress Bethany Black in the 9th season of this British Sci-Fi TV show. This actress will play a non-transgender role, and is scheduled to appear in an episode that has been written by Mark Gatiss. This actress has already appeared on some of the British TV series, mostly those whose showrunner is a former showrunner of Doctor Who, Russel T. Davies.