At long last we finally have a trailer for Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Little Women.
Here’s a rundown of who you can expect to see take to the stage at the Oscars on February 24th.
This year’s show doesn’t have a host, so it’s likely to have even more celebs on stage than usual.
The Oscars have begun revealing which celebs will be given the somewhat daunting task of presenting during this year’s ceremony.
I say daunting because we all know what happened with Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway and a certain envelope last year.
Some of Hollywood’s biggest names will be taking to the stage at the Hollywood and Highland Centre on March 4th.
A whole lost of well-known faces have been announced as guest stars in the third season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
Jimmy Fallon hosts the 74th Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night.
Meryl Streep is being honoured with the Cecil B DeMille Award.
Here’s who’ll be taking to the stage to present this year’s awards:
Will this be the show to watch next year?
Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley lead the cast of HBO’s new limited series, Big Little Lies.
One of the films I’m really looking forward to this year is The Founder, starring Michael Keaton.
At long last the first trailer has been released and it looks like Keaton’s character is going to be thoroughly unlikeable (in a good way).
Episode VIII director Rian Johnson has offered a glimpse behind the scenes on the film’s set, confirming that Lupita Nyong’o’s character Maz Kanata will return in the new film.
Michael Keaton’s been on something of a winning streak lately – he’s two for two in terms of starring in the Best Picture Oscar winner (Birdman, Spotlight).
There’s every possibility he could three-peat in 2017 with his new film, The Founder.
Jurassic Park’s Laura Dern has joined the cast of Star Wars: Episode VIII.