The D-List: Friday

Lebron Struggling to Find Stars for “Space Jam 2”

Lebron's first season with the Lakers was not what he expected, and it seems as though his efforts to get stars for "Space Jam 2" is facing the same disappointing issues. 

According to ESPN's Brian Windhorst, James has been feverishly trying to get top stars to join the film, but so far isn't having any luck because of those main stars not wanting to be the ones getting dunked on by Lebron. 

Windhorst wouldn't name names of the stars that Lebron is trying to recruit. 

"Space Jam 2" is scheduled to start filming this summer and be released in theaters in 2021.

 

Bruce Springsteen's "Harry Potter" Song Sees The Light Of Day

There would have been a Bruce Springsteen song in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" had it not been for author J.K. Rowling insisting in her contract that no commercial music be used in the film.

Now nearly 20 years since it was recorded, The Boss' "I'll Stand by You Always" will finally get an official release.

Viewers who stick around for the end credits of the movie "Blinded by the Light," will be treated to the track that was written between 1998 and 2000 and recorded in 2001.

"Blinded by the Light," which was screened sans song at Sundance back in January, uses 15 pieces from the New Jersey rocker.

Charlize Theron Is Ready to Date

Just so you know, Long Shots star Charlize Theron is single and ready to mingle. 

"I've been single for 10 years it's not a long shot," Theron said during her visit to CinemaCon. "Somebody just needs to grow a pair and step up. I'm shockingly available."

There were rumors that she was dating Brad Pitt, but they don't seem to be true. 

Charlize's last relationship was back in 2013 with Sean Penn. The two split in 2015.

Yes, “Shazam” Has a Mid-Credit Scene

Just so you know, there are extra scenes at the end of Shazam, as a matter of fact, there are two scenes.  

The scenes are in the middle of the credits and after the credits. 

Not to spoil too much for you, but one scene is funny and the other hints at a villain that could appear in a sequel. 

Shazam is in theaters now.

The Jonas Brothers Release "Cool" Video

The Jonas Brothers have given us another jam to vibe to.

Cool was released on Friday along with a video to go with the song.

Staying up to date on their pop culture references, the JoBros shout out Post Malone and Game of Thrones in the track.

The video was shot in Miami and has a retro vibe with a lot of bright colors, boomboxes and shoulder pads.

 

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