South by Southwest is making history this year, marking the first time a sitting president will speak at SXSW since it launched 30 years ago.
That’s right; President Barack Obama will lead an hour-long conversation about how technology can be used for governmental innovation. First Lady Michelle Obama will also visit for a SXSW Music discussion about her Let Girls Learn initiative in Austin on March 16.
Halle Berry is returning to her spy gear for the upcoming Kingsman sequel.
According to reports, the actress is in talks to play a CIA head opposite Taron Egerton in Kingsman 2. Berry famously joined forces with James Bond as spy Jinx Johnson in 2002’s Die Another Day.
No word yet on who the entire cast will be, but director Matthew Vaughn is currently assembling the elements for the sequel to his surprise hit Kingsman: The Secret Service.
In the video, each of the leading ladies state, “Our characters are on television, but the real world has Hillary Clinton. A bonafide, rolls-up-her-sleeves, fights for what’s right, in it for you, won’t back down champion for all of us.”
After they all made it clear that “I’m with Hillary,” the presidential hopeful took to Twitter to thank them, tweeting, “@shondarhimes @tonygoldwyn @kerrywashington @violadavis @ellenpompeo: Talk about a power lineup. Thank you for being on this team!”
Check out the endorsement video above.
Are you ready to get looped? Apple is rumored to be holding an event on March 21, which has people guessing that new iPhones and iPads are on the way.
On Friday, the tech giant officially sent out invites to the media for its upcoming event at its own Town Hall auditorium at the 1 Infinite Loop campus. Some say that all signs point to a 4-inch iPhone and a smaller take on the iPad Pro that will basically combine Pro capabilities with the iPad Air.
Tune in March 21 at 10 a.m. PT to find out for sure.
The highly anticipated Captain America: Civil War trailer is nothing less than exciting.
The intense footage is so amazing, even Spider-Man shows up. The trailer shows how the Avengers’ schism begins, with the team being shown the aftermath of its past battles and coming away with different conclusions on what to do next.
Check out Marvel’s “world trailer premiere” of Captain America: Civil War, which hits theaters on May 6.