It’s a slow week in entertainment as both North American countries celebrate their birthdays. Gotta love those long weekends or extra days off. In theatres this week are The Lone Ranger starring Johnny Depp while Armie Hammer acts as his sidekick. Oh wait… it should be the other way around right? On the hand there is Despicable Me 2 if you’re up for more random silliness from those cute little minions. I’ll just kick off this week’s ELO with Jordana Brewster’s latest GQ spread. Now I feel like watching those Fast and Furious films again.
After the jump, a few trailers to check out, Hollywood endings are dead, what if Shakespeare wrote Star Wars and watch a nice little rendition of The Cup Song.
Tons of food and animal puns in the latest trailer for Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2. (Yahoo)
The World’s End featurette displays how awesome it is to work with Edgar Wright. (Slashfilm)
Lots of change in the new Teenage Ninja Mutant Turtles. Apparently Shredder will no longer be Japanese. (Screen Rant)
10 movies that are essential pop culture rehashes. (Pop Dose)
Watch out, if Cabin in the Woods concept of having a monster collection wasn’t enough, how about watching it come to life at a theme park! (Zap2it)
He may have said this once already, but let’s confirm it again, Christian Bale will not be a part of the Justice League film… whenever that will be. (Entertainment Weekly)
It will be quite the challenge to turn World of Warcraft into a good film. (Slashfilm)
As Under the Dome is bringing in solid numbers for CBS, it looks like the network is breaking the usual summer ratings mold. (NY Times)
Rumours are rumbling that Steven Segal might be taking part in Expendables 3. (Joblo)
Hollywood films have become such big cash cows that they can’t possibly give you a satisfying ending anymore! (Entertainment Weekly)
Final Pacific Rim trailer puts a little more focus on those humans behind those big robots.
What if Shakespeare wrote Star Wars?
The untold story of how Hogwarts was founded.
Awesome rendition of The Cup Song featuring Kurt Schneider, Kina Grannis, Alex G and Sam Tsui.