public schools, leading Life magazine to declare her the Netflix film’s title. Posted March 10, 2017 by Gina CarboneNetflix just released a trailer for the upcoming true crime biopic “The Most Hated Woman in America,” and the story proves that truth really is stranger than fiction.Madalyn Murray O’Hair, founder of American Atheists, led the charge in a 1963 Supreme court ruling to end Bible-reading in U.S. Like us on Facebook. Decades later, she and two family members were kidnapped and murdered by a convicted felon on parole who had been an employee of American Atheists.According to Netflix, “‘The Most Hated Woman in America’ captures the rise and fall of a complex character who was a controversial villain to some and an unlikely hero to others.” The movie stars Oscar winner Melissa Leo as O’Hair, and co-stars Josh Lucas, Anna Camp, Sally Kirkland, Peter Fonda, Adam Scott, Vincent Kartheiser, and Juno Temple.Watch the trailer:”The Most Hated Woman in America” just had its world premiere March 14 at SXSW, and Netflix is giving it a super-quick turnaround, making it available for streaming on Friday, March 24.Want more stuff like this?

Everyone’s been very nostalgic; it’s a bittersweet ending. “This show’s always been about family; this show’s always been about huge, emotional loss; it’s always been about death and grief,” Williamson says. Posted March 10, 2017 by Gina CarboneFans may be sad that “The Vampire Diaries” is ending, but Nina Dobrev thinks “everyone will be happy” with how it ends. Like us on Facebook. It’s all contained within the last act of the finale.”Hopefully Nina Dobrev is right and fans are happy with the show’s “beautiful” end, even if there’s more “huge, emotional loss … It feels more final. I’m very happy that we were able to make it work and that I came back because I really missed the whole family and wanted to be part of the final goodbye. No pressure, though!”The Vampire Diaries” series finale airs tonight (Friday, March 10) with Season 8, Episode 16, “I Was Feeling Epic.” First, a retrospective will air from 8 to 9 p.m., taking fans down memory lane with the cast and crew.One of those cast members is Nina Dobrev, who left the show at the end of Season 6, and returned just for the finale. ‘Cause if you’re going to leave, you better leave on a high note. death and grief.” ‘Cause you know fans won’t be shy about mentioning it if they’re displeased.Want more stuff like this? Dobrev talked to Entertainment Weekly about saying this final goodbye, and how proud she is of the “bittersweet” last episode:”This goodbye feels different than it did when I left the first time because I was leaving and the show continued, and now the show’s ending for everyone. Julie had one answer and I had another answer, and they’re both spoken in the show. — AliciaAfter eight seasons, co-creators Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson knew they had to answer one question when they sat down to write the series finale: What do they want the show to be about? Fans never forget or forgive a disappointing finale. What was the point? It’s more almost like closure. “It started on those foundations and from it we built a love story, but what are we truly trying to say about these people and how do we want to put an end to them? It really has felt like the closure that I needed — that hopefully everybody needs — and I think it ends in such a beautiful way that everyone will be happy.”EW also shared some scoop on the finale in its Spoiler Room roundup:Anything on The Vampire Diaries finale?

A new one of Gal Gadot as “Wonder Woman” is definitely worthy of consideration.The star herself debuted the WONDER-ful new poster on social media, then teased the arrival of a new trailer coming tomorrow (Saturday, March 11):Believe in Wonder ✨ Here it is, the new poster for #WonderWoman!A post shared by Gal Gadot (@gal_gadot) on Mar 10, 2017 at 10:02am PSTI’ve got a WONDERful surprise in store for all of you! Warner Bros.’s latest addition to the DC Extended Universe — directed by Patty Jenkins and co-starring Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen, Robin Wright, David Thewlis, Danny Huston, Elena Anaya, and Lucy Davis — opens June 2. Here are the previous “Wonder Woman” trailers. Stay tuned – the wonder is just beginning! 💫
— Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) March 10, 2017All is fair in war and wonder. Posted March 10, 2017 by Gina CarboneDo you have space on your wall for a new poster? Like us on Facebook. After her origin story, Gadot’s Wonder Woman/Diana Prince will return in “Justice League,” opening November 17.Want more stuff like this?
— #WonderWoman (@WonderWomanFilm) March 10, 2017
Looking forward to it! New trailer for #WonderWoman arrives TOMORROW.

Instead of saying no, I said yes and the course of my entire life has gone on a different path and I will never be the same person I was before that.I’ve gotten more than I can even say out of that; that one risk that I took. And you know what? [She zips her lips discreetly] Wrong, nope!OK, wait a minute, another person. You can get smacked a little, but usually it works pretty well. I’m a very fearful person. But I do think that aging people are underserved in this culture big time. There’s nothing to be confused about.Whether you like it or not, the answer is just how you feel. I think that I think like a dancer: nothing is a risk — it’s more that it’s what I think I should do. What’s on your playlist?MacLaine: Me, I’ve never heard of The Kinks, just so you know. I just learned everything. Therefore, I don’t define it as a risk. I’m terrified of being alone and I hide on film sets. As much as you can instill your open-minded naivety, basically open-minded to damn near anything, nothing will be a risk. Ladd.” [Laughs] He’s about 4’9″ and all my adoration disappeared in the dust.Shirley, what are your thoughts on ageism in Hollywood? Shirley, was there anyone who gave you advice, or someone that you still remember taking you under their wing in the beginning of your career?MacLaine: My God, the first person that comes to mind is Joan Crawford, and I didn’t listen to a thing she said, thank God. I learned a lot. And, also, something always comes of that. I wasted some time being fearful, then one day I had an artistic opportunity that scared the living daylights out of me. You know, what really moves me is the Pas de Deux in “The Nutcracker Suite.” I love classical music, and I love the times and Dean [Martin] and Frank [Sinatra], with the lyrics and wonderful rhythms and how they blend the music into the heart. Amanda what did you take away from the film now that you’re about to be a mother?Seyfried: I want to make it very clear to my child that they are safe and loved. You’ll always learn something. And “I am who I am” — I just love it. Intelligence is all different. It was terrifying. It was terrifying because I’m terrified of audiences. [Mimes getting on the phone] “Hello, Oprah?””The Last Word” is in theaters now. Yes, I want to be queen of AARP and say what they feel and it’s awful that they seem to be made invisible. Feelings aren’t facts, but certainly the way you feel about things is worthwhile. It was a two-person play with [Thomas Sadoski]. What do you consider to be your greatest accomplishment?Shirley MacLaine: I don’t know, but I just figured out what I want my obituary to say is, “You think I’m dead, but I’m not.” What do you do about legacy? I look at them as opportunities that fail spectacularly. Oh my God, what can I say? So that’s what my book would be called — today.The music in the movie, as played by Shirley’s character — whose deep-dive knowledge of The Kinks and more gets her that DJ job — is eclectic and very effective. I want to instill that so desperately into my child because you are all you have and you have this chance to really experience things to the fullest with all the self-knowledge you can ever have … My friends said, “Hey Shirley, it’s your favorite actor, come and meet him.” I turned around, and he was there, and I went, [looks down] “Oh, hi, Mr. I’ve never truly had the challenge of acting naked like that. [Laughs]In this film, Shirley’s character, Harriet, is proud of the risks she took in her life. I was in love with Alan Ladd and I went to a party at Romanoff’s. Posted March 10, 2017 by Scott Huver”The Last Word” brings together two different generations of Hollywood “it” girls turned “it” women: Amanda Seyfried, who’s continuing to come into her own as an actress, and Shirley MacLaine, who seemed to arrive fully and formed and, sixty-plus years after her film debut, still has plenty of “it” to spare.The two women recently sat down at a press conference to promote their co-venture, in which MacLaine plays a glass-ceiling-breaking businesswoman whose hard-driving ambitions and penchant for speaking her mind has left her with more than her share of detractors, prompting her to seek out local obituary writer and risk-averse aspiring poet Seyfried to craft an obit the uncompromising subject can approve of.Together, the two actresses sound off on topics ranging from motherhood (Seyfried’s about to have a baby with co-star Thomas Sadoski), legacy, risk-taking ageism, and MacLaine’s priceless response to the prospect of a remake of one of her most beloved films.Shirley, have you thought about your own legacy and what you want people to remember you for? There’s a huge responsibility to being a mother and I feel like this experience, especially with Shirley, it’s all about honesty in your life, in your acting, and in your relationships. There’s nothing more risky to do. Really! I want to stay healthy and serve that community and be a voice. And did you think that the initial reaction to your brother Warren Beatty’s Oscar night incident, suggesting he’d erred because of his age, was ageist?MacLaine: I don’t know what happened at the Oscars that warrants it to be ageist — I don’t want to talk about [Oscar night], it was awful. I don’t look at things as risks anymore. You can be intelligent in all different ways, and I’m intelligent in a lot of different ways and I’m just still trying to empower myself with that. What are the biggest risks you have taken in your lives?Amanda Seyfried: OK, I know this one: for me, I used to not consider myself a risk-taker at all. This message and this movie is really powerful and I’m taking it straight to this fetus.There’s a mentoring theme as well. Is she going to play my part? I still don’t consider anything that I do a risk. I didn’t want an older person to be invisible in any longer. Maybe that’s one reason why I did this great movie. “Fail spectacularly” because if you’re afraid to fail what can you do in your life? It’s just so … I thought it was probably what I should do. It’s true!Have you heard about this potential “Terms of Endearment” remake that’s been talked about, with Oprah Winfrey and Lee Daniels?MacLaine: [Makes a skeptical noise]. Jumping out of an airplane, I wouldn’t do so, therefore I’m not going to risk it.Another point of view about risk-taking is that I’m naïve. Right now you’re hoping to get financing [for films] and you get slipped great scripts, in terms of working.In terms of my life, I just want to share whatever I’ve learned, which is to know yourself, look for yourself, know what to look for, share it, be honest, be authentic — and even if it hurts your feelings. I’m 5’7″ and in heels I’m 5’9″ or 10″. So when you are very naïve and expecting safety and the best, you don’t feel you’re taking risks. You leave it alone, you try to be the best. I don’t want to ever lie to them. You really have to leave yourself open to your own authenticity and you find that out pretty quick.In terms of a life or death risk, don’t have an answer, and I can’t think of it. [Chuckles] Not bad.This film has big themes about motherhood. There’s nothing more powerful and direct. She really … I’m very aware, but I’m very naïve. We’re too afraid to fail and that we’re not going to get anywhere and that’s another thing I love about this movie.MacLaine: I want to know what that risk was.Seyfried: It was a play off Broadway. The biggest risk I always take is going in front of a live audience. That’s what I want to do with it.If you could write your own life story, what would you title it?MacLaine: I would write “So Far I Like This Lifetime the Best.”Seyfried: “I Promise I’m Not Stupid.” Because I’m not stupid, but I’ve been going around in my life thinking I was not as intelligent. It definitely made a giant impact.MacLaine: Fabulous! I don’t know anything about it. I’m old fashioned.Seyfried: There is a time and place for every genre, for me. I’d like to be listening to Bruce Springsteen when I’m giving birth. You’ll be safer. I agree with her. “Tougher Than the Rest.” He’s got a great collection, but yeah, I also like Patty Griffin.What is your favorite quote from the movie, and why?Seyfried: “Fail spectacularly” and “I am who I am” — those are the two I keep thinking about. It was instilled in me even further that I just need to continue being honest and trusting myself and the journey of getting to know myself. I went to Broadway when I was 16 and I didn’t consider it a risk.

Like us on Facebook. “There are lots of people who cross paths and that’s something the audience has been waiting for for a long time.”Two characters who will be crossing paths? Jon and his aunt, Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), who was on a ship bound for Westeros in the season 6 finale.Want more stuff like this? “They spent an increasing amount of money on less episodes, so it’s gonna be much bigger in scale, the CGI,” he teased. “We’re trying new things, experimenting with new camera techniques. But star Kit Harington, who plays John Snow, promises it’ll be worth it.”I certainly did more [action] this season than I’ve ever done. I think every actor did more action, had more action, had more scenes,” he told the Huffington Post.Even though season 7 has fewer episodes than previous season, they will jam-packed. Posted March 10, 2017 by Kelly WooThought waiting for ice to melt to reveal the premiere date of “Game of Thrones” season 7 was bad, well, waiting for the main event in July is going to be excruciating. I think we’re trying to break boundaries and push past boundaries in these final two seasons.”While the action may be more epic, the focus will narrow down to the core characters we’ve come to know and love (or hate).”They really focused it because less characters are coming in, and they’re focusing on the existing ones,” Harington added.

And lastly, but most importantly thank you to all of you, the fans. The cult fave inspired other strong TV heroines, academic studies, and countless pieces of fan fiction.To honor the 20th anniversary of the show, star Sarah Michelle Gellar tweeted her appreciation of “the greatest fans ever.”#buffyslays20 To the greatest fans ever, thank you for keeping this show going long past our seven seasons
— Sarah Michelle (@SarahMGellar) March 10, 2017In a longer letter on Instagram, Gellar also thanked the cast and crew, and reflected on Buffy’s place in pop culture history.”That first season, we liked to think of ourselves as the little show that could. Posted March 10, 2017 by Kelly WooTwenty years ago, on March 10, 1997, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” premiered on the WB and proceeded to have a profound effect on television. It was a long and challenging road to get there. While we knew the potential, I don’t think any of us saw the lasting impact our show would have,” she wrote.”As an actor, you wish for that one role where you can leave your mark and forever be remembered, with Buffy I got so much more. We made this show for you, and your unwavering support has kept this show going long past our seven years. Thank you to Gail Berman for always believing there was a show in that movie. She’s a feminist challenge to gender hierarchy. She’s a feminist challenge to gender hierarchy.”20 years ago today, I had the greatest privilege to bring Buffy to your tv screens for the first time. Thank you to James for understanding that while Buffy and Spike may have been love/hate, I have nothing but love for you. Buffy may have been the Chosen One, but I was the lucky one. You are everything. Alyson, as any woman knows, you are nothing without the love and support of great female friends, so thank you for being that. While we knew the potential, I don’t think any of us saw the lasting impact our show would have. Michelle, you will always hold a key to my heart. And always remember…”if the apocalypse comes, beep me” #buffyslays20A post shared by Sarah Michelle (@sarahmgellar) on Mar 10, 2017 at 9:20am PSTWant more stuff like this? That first season, we liked to think of ourselves as the little show that could. As an actor, you wish for that one role where you can leave your mark and forever be remembered, with Buffy I got so much more. I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the incredible crew that worked tirelessly (and also really tired) to bring this show to life. Like us on Facebook. Thank you to David, for always being my Angel. Thank you to all the incredible actors for seven seasons of amazing performances. Thank you to Joss Whedon, for trusting me to give life to one of the greatest female characters ever created. First the movie, then a passed over pilot presentation, and eventually a mid season time slot on a little known network.

“What people have to understand is that this is a cadence of releases. Like us on Facebook. This is my day job and pretty soon we’ll be 24-7.”Want more stuff like this? “I know where I’m going to be for the next eight years of my life. It’s an epic undertaking. We haven’t announced a firm release date,” he said.The delay comes as no surprise, considering Cameron has plans to film the four sequels back to back. We’re full tilt boogie right now. While “Avatar 2″ was scheduled for release Christmas 2018, director James Cameron told the Toronto Star that the movie won’t be ready by then.”Well, 2018 is not happening. It’s not an unreasonable time frame if you think about it,” he added. It’s not unlike building the Three Gorges dam.”Cameron has also been busy helping design the new “Avatar”-themed park at Walt Disney World, as well as producing the documentary “Atlantis Rising.” He’s also tinkering with new technology for the “Avatar” movies. Posted March 10, 2017 by Kelly WooEveryone is just going to have to wait a little longer for the “Avatar” sequels. So we’re not making ‘Avatar 2.’ We’re making ‘Avatar’ 2, 3, 4 and 5. “It took us four-and-a-half years to make one movie and now we’re making four.

She admitted that husband Dax Shepard (of the upcoming “CHiPS” movie), is “a bit of a jokester.” He borrowed her phone and Googled: “How to get away with murdering my husband.””If he ends up dead, how much trouble do you think I’m in?” she asked Morrison.He responds, “Well, you’re in trouble anyway for even thinking about it … If anything at all happens to him, it’s your phone, it doesn’t say who Googled it.”He then whispers to her, “You know about antifreeze, right?”For anyone who’s not a “Dateline” or “Forensic Files” junkie, the not-for-human-consumption car additive has frequently been used to poison spouses. However, as all true-crime junkies know, the formula has been changed so it’s a lot harder to disguised the taste of antifreeze, even in your intended victim’s favorite sports drink.Bell and Shepard have been married since 2013, have two children and frequently co-star in ads for Samsung home appliances, thus ranking pretty low on the “likely to murder each other” scale. If you’re Kristen Bell, you ask “Dateline NBC” host Keith Morrison for help.The star of “The Good Place” sat down with Morrison to celebrate the series’ 25th anniversary for EW. Posted March 10, 2017 by Sharon KnolleWhat do you do when your husband tries to frame you for murder?

Posted March 10, 2017 by Sharon KnolleCharlize Theron is a sexy one-woman army in the first restricted trailer for the Cold War spy thriller “Atomic Blonde.” She also seduces a French agent (Sofia Boutella) in what looks like a very steamy session.The trailer opens to a slowed-down version of New Order’s “Blue Monday” as a lingerie-clad Theron tapes a microphone into her bra, and then punches it out with two men in a hallway, sending one tumbling down the stairs.As Toby Jones gives us her background in voiceover — she’s Lorraine Broughton, MI6’s most lethal agent and “an expert in escape and evasion… and hand-to-hand combat” — the trailer segues to Queen’s “Killer Queen.” (“She’s guaranteed to blow your mind!”)After Jones and John Goodman appear to watch her seduction of Sofia Boutella, Jones says, “So you made contact with the French operative.” “Obviously,” replies Theron.The film from “John Wick” director David Leitch co-stars a shaven-headed James McAvoy as Theron’s Berlin contact. It’s based on the graphic novel series “The Coldest City,” by Antony Johnston and illustrator Sam Hart.The movie plays SXSW and then opens nationwide July 28.

The series’ Schwarzenegger-esque action star, Rainier Wolfcastle, was President in 2007’s “The Simpsons Movie.” Dianne Feinstein, who’ll turn 85 in 2018.Schwarzenegger spokesman Daniel Ketchell didn’t deny the rumors, telling Politico, “Right now Gov. You take over TV, because you’re such an expert in ratings, and I take over your job and then people can finally sleep comfortably again.”Of course, since the “Terminator” star was born in Austria, he cannot run for President under current U.S. Why don’t we switch jobs? The ratings went right down the tubes,” Trump said at the National Prayer Breakfast in February.Schwarzenegger responded with a video in which he said, “Hey Donald, I have a great idea. If he runs for the Senate, he’d be going up against Democratic Sen. We are keeping all of our options open as far as how we can accomplish that.”Since Trump took office and Schwarzenegger took over hosting NBC’s “The Apprentice,” the two have feuded on Twitter, with Trump crowing about the show’s poor ratings.”When I ran for president, I had to leave the show. They hired a big, big movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger to take my place and we know how that turned out. Senate.If Schwarzenegger runs in 2018, it “would give Arnold the stage to jam Trump for the next 16 months,” a veteran GOP strategist commented anonymously to Politco.The 69-year-old actor served two terms as Governor of California from 2003 to 2011. Unless “The Simpsons” proves prophetic yet again.The animated series famously predicted a “failed Trump presidency” in an episode in 2000. laws. Schwarzenegger’s focus is on using his platform to bring some sensibility and coherency to Washington by fighting for redistricting reform, like we did in California. Posted March 10, 2017 by Sharon KnolleThe Arnold Schwarzenegger/Donald Trump feud might be playing out in a whole new arena: Politico reports that Ah-nuld, who just resigned from “The Apprentice,” is considering running for U.S.

A date has not yet been announced for the midseason premiere. Posted March 10, 2017 by Sharon KnolleIn the wake of Connie Britton’s shocking exit from “Nashville,” the drama is adding alums from “The O.C.” and “Empire” to the cast.Variety reports that Rachel Bilson and Kaitlin Doubleday (Rhonda Lyon on “Empire”) will first appear in the second half of Season 5.”We welcome Rachel and Kaitlin into our incredibly talented ensemble,” said executive producer and showrunner, Marshall Herskovitz. Bilson posted a photo of record label Highway 65, saying, “Music city, here I come,” indicating she might be playing a record exec.Doubleday hinted that she’ll be playing an aspiring singer by sharing a photo of the Bluebird Cafe to her Instagram, saying “This will definitely be a change of pace!”Meanwhile, the series’ regulars are dealing with the aftermath of the plane crash in a teaser for upcoming episodes. “We fondly anticipate the second half of the season filled with surprising twists and turns that make ‘Nashville’ so beloved by the fans.”The two actresses roles have not yet revealed, but their Instagram posts have given a few clues.

The one that should be hanging on your wall right now? and Legendary Entertainment’s “MonsterVerse.” It’s basically a big-budget commercial paving the way for Kong and the Big Guy (above) to share the screen. “Skull island” is not only rebooting the King Kong franchise, it’s also a crucial building block in Warner Bros. That approach doesn’t appear to be changing here.He’s being presented as the last survivor of a race of giant apes who were wiped out by Skull Island’s more bloodthirsty inhabitants. (There’s even an end-credits tag ensuring that.)This shared universe was born with 2014’s “Godzilla.” Following the release of “Skull Island” and 2019’s “Godzilla: King of the Monsters,” the MonsterVerse will culminate with 2020’s “Godzilla vs. Kong Is Not a Bad GuyHe may be a giant ape, but Kong has always been treated as more of a tragic, misunderstood hero than a true monster. King Kong.”We don’t know what will cause these two titans to clash, but we fear for anyone caught in the middle of that brawl.”Kong: Skull Island” hits theaters Friday. It’s a fresh start for both moviegoers and the giant ape himself.2. Rather than culminating with Kong being dragged to New York and making his fateful skyscraper climb, this movie looks to be set almost exclusively on Skull Island. It’s a RebootKing Kong is one of the oldest characters in Hollywood, and he’s been rebooted quite a few times over the years. You’ve Never Seen a Monster Movie Like This Before While “Skull Island” is rebooting the franchise again, it’s not simply recycling the same plot. Over the course of the film, our heroes will come to learn that Kong is their ally, not a beast to be exploited.6. Brie Larson plays Mason Weaver, a war-time photographer, who ends up literally in Kong’s clutches — after developing a sort of respect for the beast.The cast also includes John Goodman, as the member of shady agency MONARCH responsible for the expedition to Scary Monster Death Island, and John C. Most of them are soldiers or scientists, rather than hapless tourists in search of fame and fortune.Tom Hiddleston stars as James Conrad, a disillusioned Vietnam War vet who’s hired on as a hunter-tracker for the expedition. Samuel L. Think “Apocalypse Kong”See that poster above? It gives the main characters a leg-up in terms of the weapons and technology they’re able to bring to bear against Skull Island’s vicious inhabitants, but it’s not so far in the future that it’s impossible to believe there could still be a hidden island full of dinosaurs and giant apes. The new and improved Kong is a very different beast, with lots of monsters that will become very acquainted with his fists. Yes, it Shares a Universe With Godzilla Thanks to Marvel Studios, shared movie universes are all the rage. It Stars Loki and Captain MarvelThe would-be blockbuster wisely upgrades the cast of human characters, too. This new movie isn’t directly connected to any of the past Kongs, whether it’s the original 1933 “King Kong” or the 2005 remake. So, if you like your fights of the ape-vs.-evil lizard thing variety, then Christmas comes early for you this year. “Skull Island” is just his latest freshening-up. Reilly. Jackson plays Preston Packard, the leader of a helicopter squadron known as the Black Devils. Fans will get a much closer look at the deadly Skull Island ecosystem and the various beasts Kong must battle to maintain his throne. Posted March 10, 2017 by Jesse SchedeenKing Kong roars and punches his way back into theaters with “Kong: Skull Island.” But don’t expect the same old story of “Girl meets Ape” this time around. Plus, “Skull Island” is said to have (at times) a kind of psychedelic, very “Apocalypse Now”-inspired vibe.4. 5. It’s a Kong-ified version of the iconic poster from the classic Vietnam film, “Apocalypse Now.” And that’s a hint to the level of action and direction of story on display here.”Skull Island” shares one thing in common with 1976’s “King Kong” in that it takes place in the 1970’s Hopefully that’s all the two share in common…The 1973 setting is crucial. So sit back and allow us to break down everything you need to know before watching “Skull Island.”1. 3. Get your tickets now.

They add more personality to an already colorful cast..@kerrywashington is Natalie Certain, @realleadelaria is Miss Fritter, and @NathanFillion is Sterling in #Cars3, in theatres June 16 in 3D! “Cars 3” races into theaters on June 16.[via: Disney-Pixar/Twitter; Deadline] Posted March 9, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongThe “Cars 3” voice cast just keeps getting more and more tricked out.Disney introduced three more of the film’s stars Thursday along with the cars they’ll voice. They’ll be along for the ride as Lightning McQueen (voiced by Owen Wilson) fights to mount a racing comeback.Washington’s character, Natalie Certain, is a stats whiz-slash-analyst, Deadline reports.
— Disney•Pixar’s Cars (@pixarcars) March 9, 2017We’ll see how the trio gets involved in Lightning McQueen’s latest challenge. We now know that Kerry Washington, Nathan Fillion, and Lea DeLaria have joined our favorite animated automotive gang. Meanwhile, Fillion voices Sterling, the successful businesscar who runs Rust-eze’s racing center, and DeLaria plays local demolition derby legend Miss Fritter.

The two of them are ready to wreck havoc everywhere, from crowded cities to isolated icebergs. The crew is racing to stop Dom, but he and Cipher have scary weapons at their disposal. Posted March 9, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongThe Fast & Furious franchise isn’t taking its foot off the gas.Universal Pictures dropped a new trailer for “The Fate of the Furious” on Thursday, and the action flick looks bigger, better, and crazier than ever. From what we’ve seen in the trailer, the gang looks seriously outmatched.Watch the full intense and action-packed trailer below.”The Fate of the Furious” rolls into theaters on April 14. If you think you’ve seen absurd chase scenes already, buckle up. There are cars falling by the dozens, a long-awaited tank, and — last but not least — torpedoes.The high-octane preview highlights the upcoming movie’s central conflict: Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) has inexplicably gone rogue and teamed up with a dangerous high-tech terrorist, Cipher (Charlize Theron).