A fourth Toy Story film is to be released by Disney-owned studio Pixar in 2017 with original director John Lasseter returning to take charge of the cameras.
Michael Shannon and Kevin Spacey will play Elvis Presley and Richard Nixon in the period drama Elvis & Nixon, the story of a bizarre real-life meeting between the 20th-century historical figures in 1970, reports Deadline.The film, written by actor Cary Elwes, is being touted to investors at the current American Film Market in Santa Monica, California.
The actors have departed, sets are being dismantled, the movie is in the can and JJ Abrams has probably already departed Pinewood Studios for the LA production cubby hole he’d rather have been working from all along.
For some it is a small revolution. For others, a minor victory in a long drawn-out war of attrition.
It is not just the fate of humankind at risk in the latest release from the director Christopher Nolan; it is also the fate of the box office.
In the politically tense late 70s, the Specials practically wrote racial integration into their 2 Tone manifesto and made a slew of clever, witty, socially-charged hits that energised a generation and changed lives.
Lots of hype for a film that can't really deliver it.
Adele’s manager has backed streaming services like Spotify as the future of music, but warned the company that it may need to change its policy of insisting all albums be made available on both its free and premium tiers.
U2 frontman Bono has praised streaming music services as a way for musicians to get their music heard, and defended Spotify from criticism of the amount it pays out to artists and songwriters.
The next Star Wars movie has finally been given a full title Star Wars: The Force Awakens