Her impact on the music world continues to be felt today and Amy Winehouse is the subject of an upcoming documentary film simply titled “Amy.”
Slated to hit theaters later this year, the project chronicles the “You Know I’m No Good” songstress’ rise to fame and the subsequent difficulties that came with the territory. The newly-released trailer shows Amy speculating, “I don’t think I’m going to be at all famous. I don’t think I could handle it. I would probably go mad, do you know what I mean? I would go mad.”
His forthcoming flick “Deadpool” isn’t slated to hit theaters until next year, but already Ryan Reynolds is in full-on promotion mode.
During yesterday’s April Fool’s Day holiday, the “Van Wilder” hunk appeared in a fake “Extra” segment during which Mario Lopez asked about a rumor that the movie will be PG-13 rather than the previously reported R rating. Ryan replied, “Yeah, but we’re working to keep the spirit of the comic book alive though.”
Earlier this month he suffered a serious hand injury while on break from filming “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” and it turns out Johnny Depp will be out of commission for longer than expected.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the “Donnie Brasco” actor flew back to the USA from Australia for surgery and doctors determined he needed a pin inserted into his finger, which necessitated an extended recovery time.
Given the massive success of the “Cinderella” and “Maleficent” remakes, Disney is looking to keep the momentum rolling with a live action adaptation of the 1998 animated flick “Mulan.”
When it was originally released, the Chinese legend-based film earned well over $300 million and went on to produce a 2004 direct-to-DVD sequel. However Ming-Na Wen, who voiced Mulan in the animated movies, won’t likely play her in the live action edition.
The Hollywood connection to Scientology has always been pretty strong, but Leah Remini hopes the new documentary “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief” will help to tell the real story of the controversial cult.
Having left the church back in 2013, the “King of Queens” actress is glad that some of the closely-guarded secrets are now out in the open. On Sunday (March 29) Remini tweeted, "Thank you to the brave who did something about it. And to those who didn't have a voice, you do now."