BATMAN V SUPERMAN
No, the "Batman V Superman" Batmobile was not stolen, depite some Internet rumors. However, Zack Snyder used the opportunity to poke a little bit of fun at the "Star Wars" franchise over Twitter.
Case closed. pic.twitter.com/fVyENoksFp
— ZackSnyder (@ZackSnyder) September 13, 2014
"I think it's a necessity, historically, in the tradition of these films," Affleck told The Sunday Times. "For me, anger is so deeply buried and contained that when it does kind of come out, it comes out in stronger bursts. I tend to be respectful, polite, get along, put up with, put up with, put up with ... then, when it finally emerges, it's not something I have a ton of control over. I'm not gonna go into a Wolverine berserker rage, but I do have a, I do [...] That's my personality."
Opens March 25, 2016
/Film reports a new rumor circulating that an Obi-Wan Kenobi standalone "Star Wars" film is in the works. Originating from Making Star Wars, the unnamed source states that, "For the spin-off movies they were initially going to stay away from any Jedi or Sith characters. But I'm hearing now that because of the popularity of Obi-Wan (fans recently voting for him on the official website etc) that an art team is now working with a writer on concepts for an Obi-Wan movie."
Greg Grunberg, who has frequently appeared in projects by J.J. Abrams, confirmed via Twitter that he will have some kind of role in "Star Wars: Episode VII."
— Greg Grunberg (@greggrunberg) September 11, 2014
Opens December 18, 2015
STAR WARS REBELS
The official Star Wars YouTube channel has posted a new TV spot for "Star Wars Rebels" entitled, "Meet the Team."
Premieres October 13 on Disney XD
Ben McKenzie suffered a head injury on the set of "Gotham" last week, and used his Instagram account to document his recovery. "Happy birthday to me. Fight sequence gone awry. Don't ram your head into concrete pillars kids," McKenzie wrote in one of the captions. The actor, who had to get stitches, is now back to work on the "Gotham" set.
Debuts September 22 on FOX
ODDS AND ENDS
Two fun tidbits from across the Internet over the weekend: The Hollywood Reporter has compiled four clips of "The Simpsons'" concert at the Hollywood Bowl, where Weird Al, Conan O'Brien, Jon Lovitz and more performed some of the most memorable tunes from the long-running series. Here's O'Brien performing the Monorail song from "Marge Vs. the Monorail," originally performed by the late Phil Hartman.
Also, "Sesame Street" decided to take on "Star Wars" -- Only One Cannoli is probably the best parody character name they've come up with yet.