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The cast of the "Jem and the Holograms" live-action movie has been revealed and includes stars from shows such as ABC's "Nashville" and the Disney Channel series "A.N.T. Farm."
Aubrey Peeples of "Nashville" fame will play the title character in the new film, which was announced last month and is based on a cartoon series that aired between 1985 and 1987. Jem's band members, the Holograms -- Kimber, Aja and Shana, will be played by Stefanie Scott, Hayley Kiyoko and Aurora Perrineau. The casting news was announced on the movie's Tumblr blog on Thursday, April 24.
"The Hobbit" director Peter Jackson has announced that the title of the upcoming third movie in the series has been changed from "There and Back Again" to "The Battle of the Five Armies," following recent rumors about a possible name switch.
He announced the news on his Facebook page on Thursday, April 24. Spoiler alert! The new title references an epic battle between goblins -- some riding on beast-like wargs, against dwarves, elves, eagles and men, as well as a skin-changer, or shape-shifter, named Beorn.
Paul Walker talks about getting to play and doing "fun guy stuff" in the 2014 movie "Brick Mansions," one of the actor's final films.
The movie marks the first posthumous release for Walker, the last before "Fast & Furious 7" hits theaters in 2015. The movie, which began shooting before his sudden passing after a car accident in November 2013, is currently filling in gaps in production by enlisting the help of his brothers, Cody and Caleb.
Walker spoke about "Brick Mansions" in an interview filmed prior to his death, describing the film's plot as somewhat of a card trick.