FIXING A LEAK
Quentin Tarantino has cancelled the filming of his next movie after discovering the script had leaked out to several Hollywood agents. The director told Deadline.com that he originally gave the script for the western Hateful Eight to six people, one of whom allegedly passed on the script to his agent, which was strictly against his wishes. "I finished a script, a first draft, and I didn't mean to shoot it until next winter, a year from now," Tarantino said. According to Tarantino, he only realized the script had leaked after his own agent, Mike Simpson, began getting calls from other agents looking to cast their clients in the film.
If you loved Bill Murray before, you'll love him even more after reading his responses to questions on an online forum. The comic actor participated in an "Ask Me Anything" forum on Reddit earlier this week and has people talking with his quirky and hilarious responses. On being Bill Murray: "Well, nothing prepared me for being this awesome. It's kind of a shock to wake up every morning and be bathed in this purple light." The Murray take on science: "I kind of like scientists, in a funny way. Albert Einstein was a pretty cool guy."
THANKS FOR NOTHING
Jennifer Lawrence is ticked at a reporter for spoiling her Homeland viewing plans. The Hunger Games star was on the Screen Actors Guild red carpet earlier this week when she revealed to an Access Hollywood reporter that she was a fan of the Showtime cable drama. The reporter asked the actress if she wanted to meet Homeland star Damian Lewis, then spoiled the meeting by asking if she was disappointed that his character was killed in the third-season finale. Snapped Lawrence: "I can't believe you said that! I said I'd seen the first and second season. I haven't watched the third season. I don't even know what to say!" Lawrence added: "I feel like the bottom of my heart has fallen out."
Source: Hollywood Reporter
Sorry, mystery fans: The planned Murder, She Wrote reboot is simply not going to happen. NBC has cancelled previously announced plans to remake the classic series starring Angela Lansbury that originally ran on CBS from 1984 to 1996. The remake was supposed to star Oscar-winning actress Octavia Spencer as the sleuth, but NBC has announced the show will not be on its lineup next fall. No reasons were given for the cancellation.