Prolific movie actor Tomas Milian dies at 84

ROME – Versatile Cuban-American-Italian actor Tomas Milian, known for the intensity he brought to disparate roles, whether in dramas by directors like Bernardo Bertolucci and Steven Soderbergh or as the Roman lowlife character that made him a household name in Italy, died Thursday. He was 84. Milian died of a stroke in his Miami home, according

Arnold Schwarzenegger refuses to be paid for commencement speech

Arnold Schwarzenegger terminated the fee to speak at an upcoming commencement. The actor and former governor of California was offered $40,000 to speak at the University of Houston’s commencement on May 12, but declined the cash and offered to do it for free, according to UH. “Gov. Schwarzenegger wasn't aware that a fee was arranged by his representatives to deliver this commencement address, and he has never asked for a speaking fee to speak to students. He has asked his representatives to waive the fee, and he looks forward to his visit," a spokesman for Schwarzenegger told the University. The star has previously spoken at Emory University and the University of Southern California, as per his rep, he doesn’t charge to speak to the graduates. Schwarzenegger, 69, has made headlines recently for taking over the hosting gig on “The Apprentice” from now-POTUS Donald Trump. The actor has since quit the show, citing the baggage that came with Trump’s involvement.

Wonder Woman, The Flash take a stand in ‘Justice League’ teasers

The team is nearly assembled. After Warner Bros. teased the upcoming Justice League trailer premiere with promos for Aquaman and Batman, new looks at Wonder Woman and The Flash have arrived with glimpses of fresh footage and posters. 

Hunnam: Pattinson didn’t talk to me during movie filming

Charlie Hunnam says Robert Pattinson barely talked to him when they filmed The Lost City Of Z. As Gossip Cop has reported, The Lost City Of Z is an upcoming adventure epic starring Hunnam as real-life explorer Percy Fawcett. In the early 20th century, Fawcett made several expeditions to find a lost city in the Amazon. The movie focuses on his mysterious travels, and features Pattinson as a fellow explorer named Henry Costin. Production took place in Ireland and South America for a few months in 2015. During that time, Hunnam and Pattinson apparently didn’t speak much. In an interview with Screen Dailypublished on Saturday, Hunnam is asked about working with Pattinson, as well as co-stars Sienna Miller and Tom Holland. He’s quoted as saying, “I had a couple of rehearsal sessions with Sienna, but I didn’t spend any time with Tom or Robert. I wanted these relationships to evolve naturally on screen. Through the work, I don’t think I said more than ten words to Robert off camera.” “I didn’t know if he was just ‘in that zone’ or if he genuinely didn’t like me. There was a real distance between us. But it creates the right dynamic on screen,” Hunnam reportedly said. “He’s reached out to me subsequently, making overtures for us to be friends now, so I think it was about the work.” Indeed, as Gossip Cop reported, Pattinson and Hunnam attended the Berlin Film Festival together last month, and that’s when this interview was conducted (see photo). They both went to a Lost City Of Z premiere in London a few days later. Gossip Cop has reached out to a rep for Hunnam to confirm his quotes are accurate. The Lost City Of Z will be released in the U.S. on April 14. Coincidentally, another movie with Pattinson, Queen Of The Desert, has the same release date.

‘Justice League’ trailer brings the team together

Several character teasers later, a new “Justice League” trailer was finally released Saturday morning that unites the team. “We have to be ready,” Ben Affleck’s Batman says in a voiceover. “You, me, the others. There’s an attack coming from far way.” Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman replies, “Not coming, Bruce, it’s already here. The others. Where

‘Queen of the Desert’ Producers File Copyright Lawsuit

In the latest push by Hollywood to clamp down on pirating, the production company behind the period film (starring James Franco, Nicole Kidman and Robert Pattinson) identifies seven IP addresses that distributed the movie via file-sharing site BitTorrent.