Movie News: Hear the New James Bond Song; More 'Men In Black' Is On the Way

Movie News: Hear the New James Bond Song; More 'Men In Black' Is On the Way

Sep 25, 2015

SPECTRE: Sam Smith was announced a few weeks ago as the performer of the new James Bond song, for SPECTRE, and now we finally get to hear it. The tune is called "Writing's On the Wall," and it's available to stream free on Spotify or buy on iTunes. We'll see how it plays in the actual movie when the new 007 installment hits theaters on November 6. [Sam Smith]


Men In Black: Sony is continuing the Men in Black franchise with at least three more films -- another trilogy, that is. Producers Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald revealed the latest in an interview promoting the documentary He Named Me Malala and said that Will Smith is "most likely" not to return. No word on Tommy Lee Jones or whether these movies will wind up allowing for that 21 Jump Street crossover that's been teased in the past. [THR]


[photo credit: Sam Emerson]

LBJ: Can you tell which actor that is in the above image? That's right, it's Woody Harrelson, nearly unrecognizable as President Lyndon B. Johnson. This is our first look at the portrayal, which is for a Rob Reiner-helmed biopic titled LBJ due out next year. Joining Harrelson for the historical drama are Jennifer Jason Leigh as his First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson, Richard Jenkins as Senator Richard Russell and Bill Pullman as Senator Ralph Yarborough. [EW]


Creed: There's a new TV spot out for the Rocky sequel Creed, and it hints that Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) might be facing franchise retirement up in iconic movie character heaven. Or maybe his hospital stay is just a minor dramatic beat. Either way, check out the new footage focused on Rocky passing the torch to Adonis Johnson (Michael B. Jordan) below.


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