Rihanna will take on her first animation film role in DreamWorks' 'Happy Smekday' alongside 'The Big Bang Theory' star Jim Parsons.
Rihanna will take on her first animation film role in 'Happy Smekday'.
The 'You Da One' singer and 'The Big Bang Theory' actor Jim Parsons will lend their voices to the lead roles in the upcoming Dreamworks animation about a friendly alien race who invade the Earth in order to hide from their enemy.
Tim Johnson - who directed popular animation films 'Antz' and 'Over The Hedge' - is on board as director and Tom J. Astle and Matt Ember are writing the screenplay, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
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Katy Perry is obsessed with aliens but hopes extraterrestrials wouldn't experiment o her if they visited earth because she wrote a song called 'E.T.'
Katy Perry is obsessed with aliens.
The 'E.T' singer - whose divorce from Russell Brand will be finalised in July - has developed an interest in other-worldly beings and wants to look beyond the Christian teachings imposed upon her by her pastor parents Keith and Mary Hudson during her childhood.
She said: ''I'm fascinated by that kind of stuff because of how I grew up, where everything was so black and white.
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Alexander Skarsgard was impressed with Rihanna's ''work ethic'' on the set of 'Battleship' as she balanced her acting and music commitments so well.
The 'True Blood' actor starred alongside the singer in the big screen adaptation of the classic boardgame and he was amazed at her professional she was, considering it was her first movie acting role.
He said: ''I was impressed by her work ethic. The Days are long on a movie and we had weekends off but she'd go to perform at award shows. It was her first big acting job and she was so enthusiastic.''
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Katy Perry was convinced she saw UFOs fly over Hollywood last night (13.02.12) but was in fact startled by skydivers.
Katy Perry though she saw a UFO.
The 'E.T.' singer was looking at the sky in Hollywood when she noticed strange lights above her, which she was convinced were space ships.
However, after taking another look, the pop beauty realised the unusual shapes she was seeing were in fact sky divers.
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Harrison Ford could reprise his role of Richard Decker in a new 'Blade Runner' film.
Ridley Scott, director of the original 1982 dystopian sci-fi film - loosely based on the book 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?' by Philip K. Dick - has already signed on to the project, and is thought Harrison will be approached to also have a role.
In the original film Harrison played Richard Decker, a Blade Runner, who's job was to hunt down organic superhuman robots who had escaped from a colony planet to Earth.
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idley Scott will direct the new 'Blade Runner' movie although it is not known whether he intends to do a prequel or sequel to the original 1982 film.
The 'Alien' director has signed up for the project - which he will make with Alcon Entertainment - although it is not clear whether he intends to do a prequel or sequel to the original 1982 film, Deadline.com reports.
The movie was loosely based on the Philip K. Dick book 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?' and starred Harrison Ford, who played blade runner Richard Decker assigned to hunt down organic superhuman robots who were living on Earth. However, his life changes when he falls for one of the enemies and struggles to keep her from being destroyed.
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Michael Fassbender is to star opposite Noomi Rapace in Ridley Scott's forthcoming sci-fi movie 'Prometheus'.
Michael Fassbender is to star in 'Prometheus'.
The 'Inglourious Basterds' actor has agreed to appear as an android opposite Noomi Rapace in the Ridley Scott-directed project, which was originally proposed as a prequel to the 'Alien' series of movies.
Confirmation of Michael's casting comes after negotiations and means the actor will not feature in 'Show White and the Huntsman', which he was previously in talks for.
Continue reading: Michael Fassbender Joins Ridley Scott's Prometheus
Natalie Portman is favoured by 20th Century Fox and Ridley Scott to take on a leading role in the upcoming 'Alien' prequel.
The 'Black Swan' actress would play an as-yet-unknown character in the movie, which has recently had a new screenplay drafted by Damon Lindelof turned into 20th Century Fox which they are said to be "very pleased with".
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Ridley Scott has revealed the two 'Alien' prequels will be ''really nasty'' and ''tough'' to watch.
Ridley Scott's 'Alien' prequels will be "really nasty".
The Oscar-nominated director - who was behind the first instalment of the 1979 sci-fi horror movie staring Sigourney Weaver - admits the two prequels he has planned will be a "tough" watch.
He said: "The film will be really tough, really nasty. It's the dark side of the moon.
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The BBC drama starring Aidan Turner returns to BBC One on September 4th.
The show is up for 12 awards altogether.
Benedict Cumberbatch's success elsewhere could prove to be bad news for the show.
Gene Simmons has poured cold water on rumours the original KISS line up will reunite.