It looks like we won’t be seeing The Maze Runner: Death Cure as planned in January 2018.
But don’t worry, we won’t have to wait for the Dylan O’Brien led flick for much longer after that.
Fox Movies revealed the new release date to be February 9th, just a month after.
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After sustaining severe injuries from an on-set car accident, Dylan took time off from filming to recover, and to film another flick in between.
He’s now back on set, filming the rest of the movie.
Rio Mangini is the latest addition to the new movie, Reach, but not in the way you expected.
The former Nickelodeon star — you probably remember him from Bella and the Bulldogs, or even Teen Wolf — will have a cameo in the flick, which also stars Garrett Clayton, Jordan Doww, and Joey Bragg.
However, that’s not all — Rio will also compose the score and perform original music in the film! That’s huge!
If you didn’t know, Rio is actually a piano prodigy and has performed not once, but twice at Carnegie Hall — all before he turned 10.
Check out some pics that Rio took with co-stars Garrett, Jordan, Steven Capp, Joey, Brent Tarnol, Grant Harling and Johnny James Fiore on the set, below!
Ross Lynch knows that he looks very much alike Jeffrey Dahmer.
The R5 musician and actor plays a young version of the serial killer in the new film, My Friend Dahmer, and confesses that he had nightmares about him after filming.
“I kept losing sleep because — in my imagination — I kept seeing him in the corner of my room,” he shares. “That was really frightening.”
Ross‘ new film is definitely a departure from his Disney days and he won’t tell his fans not to see it, however, it is much different.
“I think there’s definitely a wide range of my fan base that would enjoy it,” Ross told Variety. “I remember when the press release first came out, a lot of people on Twitter and social media were really excited. They like to see a departure, too. They like to see growth.”
He adds, “But if you’re a 10-year-old fan or a little younger, maybe this isn’t the right film for you.”
It’s true, Miley Cyrus secretly landed a role in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2!
The singer will voice the character Mainframe, as first revealed by bloggers who attended a press junket for the movie on Thursday (April 20).
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“Fun fact from the @JamesGunn @Kevfeige interview happening now!” one blogger tweeted. “@MileyCyrus is the voice of Mainframe. #GotGVol2Event #GotGVol2.”
At the event, Marvel president Kevin Feige asked director James Gunn, “Have you told anyone who Mainframe is?” James responded, “I haven’t told anyone, yeah. Should we? … Oh, I think I actually did. I blew it. I told one person.”
“It’ll get out,” Kevin added. (via People)
Don’t miss Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 when it hits theaters on May 5, and watch the trailer here!
Rachel Crow just dropped her hot new track “Solo!”
The 19-year-old singer recorded the song for her new Netflix movie Deidra & Laney Rob a Train, which she stars in alongside Ashleigh Murray.
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In the film, they play two sisters who turn to train robbery in order to support their family after their mother ends up in jail. Watch the trailer here.
Listen to “Solo” below, and download it on iTunes now!
There are an array of animals in DisneyNature’s new film, Born in China.
There are pandas, golden monkeys, yaks, red pandas, cranes and snow leopards — and the snow leopard story in the film is one that will tear your heart apart.
“I think most people would think I related to the monkey the most, but we had recently had our second daughter when I had gone in to record this, and so the snow leopard story really just completely gutted me,” narrator John Krasinki told Yahoo.
He adds, “It’s inspiring to know that this sort of love and commitment to your kids at all costs is inside each and every one of us. In human terms, everyone’s heard the story of the mother picking up a car to save her child. And to know that that’s in us is really inspiring.”
“So seeing her [the snow leopard mom] go through that whole adventure with these beautiful, adorable cubs, but also this incredibly treacherous and intense situation, was really moving and powerful to me.”
Born in China is out TOMORROW, April 21st. During its’ opening week, Disneynature will make a donation in your honor to World Wildlife Fund to benefit wild pandas and snow leopards.
Bailee Madison isn’t just an actress in her latest film, A Cowgirl’s Story — she’s also a producer.
JJJ sat down with Bailee recently to chat about going behind the camera for the flick, a step that she’s actually taken before with Annabelle Hooper and the Ghosts of Nantucket.
“After speaking with other producers who are friends of mine, I realized that it doesn’t matter if you have been an actor your whole life, a producer, or a school teacher, you can never be fully prepared for a day’s work,” she says about her new role. “A new challenge is always bound to come up.”
Bailee adds about wearing two hats all at once: “It was challenging to do a scene, and while the scene was happening, worry about my acting, the rest of the actors, make sure everyone was hitting their marks, hear a line, and make a mental note to re-write it; in addition to wondering if our horses need a break, if our crew is good, and if we are on time and not going into a meal penalty.”
“Producing is a very selfless job. It’s about taking care of everyone on-set before you, and I think that’s why I loved it so much.”
Want to learn more about Bailee’s time on the film as an actress and producer? Click inside… More Here! »
Lily Collins battles anorexia in her upcoming film To the Bone.
The movies follows Ellen, an unruly, 20-year-old anorexic girl who spent the better part of her teenage years being shepherded through various recovery programs, only to find herself several pounds lighter every time.
Determined to find a solution, her dysfunctional family agrees to send her to a group home for youths, which is led by a non-traditional doctor.
Surprised by the unusual rules-and charmed by her fellow patients-Ellen has to discover for herself how to confront her addiction and attempt self-acceptance, in order to stand a chance against her demons.
Keanu Reeves, Carrie Preston, and Liana Liberato also star.
Mark your calendars – To The Bone hits Netflix on July 14.