Titanic in 3D

Before Peeta and Katniss broke box-office records, before Edward and Bella set tween hearts swooning, there was Jack and Rose.

Fifteen years ago, the youthful star-crossed lovers in 1997's Titanic – played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet – helped propel James Cameron's epic blockbuster into box-office history. The film earned $1.8 billion worldwide and scored 11 Oscars.

"The Lone Ranger" casting call

The line outside the Moab Valley Inn on Sunday included people clad in full cowboy garb, Native American men with their waist-length hair in traditional braids and dogs of every breed.

There was even a woman carrying a bullwhip.

"It's normally on fire," Melissa Strickland said, after cracking the whip during an open casting call for extras in Disney's remake of "The Lone Ranger."

The movie, which stars Armie Hammer in the title role and Johnny Depp as Tonto, is currently shooting in Albuquerque. Filming is slated to move to the Moab area in mid-July.

Kutcher will play Steve Jobs

Ashton Kutcher is now attached to play Steve Jobs in Joshua Michael Stern’s Jobs.

It’s actually not as much of a stretch as you might imagine, especially since Kutcher as he is now bears a resemblance to a younger Jobs. And while he may not exactly boast the most range among his acting generation, he has pulled off a few decent performances, including Spread and his turn in Emilio Estevez’ Bobby.

Chucky is back!

We're creeping up on the 25th anniversary of the original Child's Play, and at a panel at North Carolina's Mad Monster Party convention, series icon Brad Dourif has confirmed that no fewer than two new killer doll movies are in the works. We might be getting a fifth sequel in Revenge of Chucky, or we might be taking the remake route.

Celebrity Nude Email Hacking

An unemployed Florida man faces up to 60 years in prison after pleading guilty on Monday to hacking into the email accounts of such celebrities as Christina Aguilera, Mila Kunis and Scarlett Johansson, whose nude photos eventually landed on the Internet.

Christopher Chaney, 35, of Jacksonville, Florida, entered his plea in federal court to nine counts, including unauthorized access to a computer and wiretapping. He was immediately taken into custody with his head hung low and his hands in his pocket.

Sentencing was scheduled for July 23.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2!

Following its debut in theaters with The Hunger Games this weekend, Summit Entertainment has now officially released the teaser trailer for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 online and you can watch it HERE!

Reese Witherspoon turned 36!

From The Man in the Moon to This Means War, we've been fans of Reese Witherspoon for—holy cow, more than 20 years now!

We've seen her top the box office, earn eight figures per film, win an Oscar, get married, have two kids, get divorced, get remarried...let's just say, she's packed a lot into 36 years.

It's only fitting then that we pause to wish a very happy 36th birthday to the glowing Aries, and many more. Seriously, we can't believe the perennially youthful blonde is closer to 40 than 30, either.

‘The Expendables 2′ Will Be Rated R

Countless people around the Interwebz were stirred up into a virtual riot (pun intended) in the early goings of 2012, when word got out that The Expendables 2 - a macho action throwback flick that writer/star Sylvester Stallone has described as a “Barbeque of Grand scale Ass Bashing” – was shaping up to be a PG-13 Rated affair, due largely to co-star Chuck Norris objecting to the hardcore language present in Stallone’s script draft.

HBO cancels production on 'Luck'

The title was never meant to be quite this ironic.

HBO has elected to cancel production on Luck following the death of a third horse on the racetrack drama series.

The network released this statement:

"Survivor" Hopefuls Line Up For Casting Call

More than 200 people turned out Monday night for an open casting call for the CBS reality show at Washburn's Memorial Union. People were packed in the hallway outside the ballroom waiting for the doors to open at 5 pm and a steady stream continued through the 7 pm ending time.

Among those in the early crowd was Dan Foley, who drove more than 20 hours from Maine to take part. Foley says he's attended six of the open casting calls because he believe "Survivor" would be the ultimate experience. He says the $1 million prize is nice, but he'd do it even without the money.

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