Ryan Gosling, Josh Brolin considered for Batman role in 'Man of Steel' sequel
Ryan Gosling and Josh Brolin are reportedly being eyed for the role of Batman in the upcoming "Man of Steel" sequel. According to anonymous sources close to the project, "Oldboy" star Josh Brolin is currently at the top of the list.
Reports suggest that director Zack Snyder is interested in portraying Bruce Wayne as a guy in his late 30s or early 40s. Gosling is 32; Brolin is 45.
One individual who's out of the running is Christian Bale. After tackling the role of Batman in director Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight" trilogy, the actor decided to hang up the cowl for good.
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Sources claim Kanye West wants to buy Graceland, Elvis Presley's home in Memphis, for his girlfriend, Kim Kardashian.
The rapper is interested in buying the iconic abode for the reality TV star, who gave birth to their first child, North West, in June.
It's been reported that Graceland will cost West around $85 million, and he will then use it as a home for him, Kardashian and their daughter.
Apparently West has always been intrigued by Elvis and insiders have remarked that he wants to buy the icon's former home because he believes it would be really cool if his new family lived there, at least some of the time.
Executives are talking with Lucasfilm about making TV shows based on characters developed by the studio that created the "Star Wars."
Of course, if ABC wants to do a "Star Wars" TV show it pretty much can, since Disney -- which owns ABC -- bought Lucasfilm in October.
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Pamela Anderson wants $40k a month for her Malibu digs (and she doesn't run down the beach in front of it either).
The "Baywatch" babe has gone from asking $7.75 million for her contemporary beach spread to listing the revamped pricey pad for $40,000 a month.
But if you don't have 40 grand a month to spend on housing, there is some good news: Pam's home is "only" $27,500 a month during the off peak season.