The Daily Heat Index: Charlize Theron May Play a Deadly Female Villain for ‘Fast 8’
Plus, Ryan Reynolds plays a round of ‘Musical Beers,’ and J-Law gives some advice to 10-year olds.
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It’s ‘Ride or Die’ for Charlize Theron
After proving her skills behind the wheel in Mad Max: Fury Road, all-around beauty Charlize Theron may end up causing havoc for Dominic Toretto and his family in ‘Fast 8.’ Deadline reports that director F. Gary Gray and writer Chris Morgan are eyeing the Academy Award-winning actress, whom Gray has previously worked with on 2003’s revamp of The Italian Job. There’s no concrete evidence that Theron has been offered the role yet, or will even accept. We do know that it would be pretty killer to see Theron take charge as a deadly villainness, even if it’s in a franchise that might continue on until the end of time.
Deadpool Sucks at ‘Musical Beers’
To introduce his latest late night game, ‘Musical Beers,’ Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon had Ryan Reynolds, Katie Holmes, and members of the Roots christen his brand new excuse to drink on-air. In a boozy take on the classic kids game, ‘Musical Chairs,’ the players circled a big table before reaching out to grab a red cup filled with beer once the music cut off. Things got intense real fast, with Holmes removing her heels and ripping the plastic cup out of the Deadpool star‘s hands, knocking him out in the first round. Watch above and see how aggressive the Touched with Fire star (and former Mrs. Cruise) can get.
JLaw Has Some Great Advice
Jennifer Lawrence has won numerous accolades for her roles in Winter’s Bone, Silver Linings Playbook, and American Hustle, and that’s barely covering it. The 25-year old will enter the 2016 Oscars with a nomination for her role in Joy, possibly ending the night with another golden trophy on her mantle. In Vanity Fair‘s ‘Hollywood Portfolio’ shoot, JLaw left it all on the table regarding her time in Hollywood, including (but not limited to) skinning a squirrel for a role, love for ‘getting into bed exhausted,’ and working how it’s been working with rambunctious gal pal, Amy Schumer. Now, what exactly have you done lately?