Entertainment Weekly, published by Time Inc., is your all-access pass to the most creative minds and brightest stars in Hollywood. The magazine covers all the latest updates from film, television, music, Broadway theatre, books and popular culture arenas.
In the latest issue, Entertainment Weekly crashes through the wall around Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice for a look at an onscreen battle decades in the making. In this week’s cover story, the magazine explores what provokes hero to turn against hero, how this movie launches at least 10 more in the DC Comics universe, and what to expect from Wonder Woman’s first big-screen appearance in her 75-year history. Batman is angrier than ever. And Superman is starting to lose his mild manners, too. At the start of director Zack Snyder’s new film (out March 25), Metropolis is still rebuilding after the skyscraper-leveling brawl that ended 2013’s Man of Steel, and Batman has been at work as an underground vigilante in nearby Gotham for many years. Maybe too long. Get more details about this exciting film on Entertainment Weekly.
Chris Rock may have been Oscar night’s biggest winner. The comedian nimbly accomplished the impossible by keeping the nearly four-hour show from being anything but boring. “He was fantastic,” Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences president Cheryl Boone Isaacs told the magazine directly after the show. David Hill, who produced the telecast with Reginald Hudlin, agrees. “It’s probably one of the toughest hosting jobs in the world,” Hill says. “There are only a handful of people who can do it. Chris was not only funny, he was thoroughly enjoying himself.” So what’s Rock to do for a follow-up? The past couple of years have seen him act (Empire), direct (HBO’s Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo), and do both for 2014’s Top Five, the hit romantic comedy he also wrote . But his IMDb page lists zero projects in active development — a rarity for any A-lister — and the only word from his camp is that he’s still deciding what to do next. Whether he’ll try to top himself at next year’s Oscars is still up in the air, but one thing is certain: The president of the Academy has his back. Grab the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly digital magazine to know what’s next for Chris Rock!
Also, check out the Power Rangers first look: Get a sneak peek at the new teenagers with attitude. The Saturday morning TV staple Power Rangers (née Mighty Morphin) is coming to theaters in 2017 with a big-screen revival that will introduce a new version of the classic line-up of five alien-blasting teens.
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