Tom Cruise is back this weekend with his new sci-fi epic Oblivion. Film critic Ben Lyons gave his opinion of the movie tonight on the show, if you missed it check out OnWithMario.com. So what's your plans for this weekend? Try out Oblivion, give Rob Zombie's new creepy movie Lords of Salem a view, or are you catching up on last weekend's hits?
Also, Amazon is getting into the TV game with their own original series Zombieland (based on the movie). You can check out the trailers below...
International sensation Shakira is being sued for $100 million by her ex-boyfriend Antonio de la Rua! He claims responsibility for creaitng the "Shakira brand" and the success of her singles "Hips Don't Lie" and "Waka Waka."
Shaki denies his claim and stated that when she first met Antonio back at a concert in Argentina in 2000, she was "already a well known and recognized artist with an established international career." Even better, Shakira says that in 2005, she let de la Rua "into the business" not because he had a large talent or knowledge within the industy but because he "was unemployed." We'll keep you updated on the result of the case but I think we all agree on who's winning this fight.
The guys from Hanson hung out with us in the studio this week. Check out the full interview below for updates on their new album, tour, and how they manage their lives between the band and family.
It seems Kid Rock is taking a different stance when it comes to ticket pricing. The Detroit musician worked closely with Live Nation to make sure the price of tickets for his latest tour are $20 each. This is estimated to cost Rock between $50-$100K per night.
-If you watched the MTV Movie Awards, at the end you probably caught the first glimpse of the next installment in the Hunger Games franchise. If not, no worries...I've got it for you below! Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Woody Harrelson and many others from the first movie make an appearance, as well as a new character played by Oscar winner, Philip Seymour Hoffman. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire comes out in November, so what do you think? Excited?
Hey, its Thursday! So its time to check out the trailers for movies opening this weekend...
42 - Based on the life of Jackie Robinson
Scary Movie 5 - With Charlie Sheen and Ashley Tisdale
To The Wonder - A Terrence Malik film starring Ben Affleck
What are you planning to see?
So apparently things are starting to fall in place for a remake of 1991's Point Break. Ericson Core has been signed up to direct, after his work on Invincible with Mark Wahlberg. Filming is set to begin later this year, but no word on who stars... What do you think? Who could step in and play Johnny Utah and Bodhi?