Troubled former teenage star Amanda Bynes has left a California facility after court-ordered psychiatric treatment and is recovering at her parents' home in Los Angeles, People magazine said on Thursday. The 27-year-old actress was receiving psychiatric care at a Malibu facility after she was alleged to have started a small fire in the front of a home in Thousand Oaks, a Los Angeles suburb, in July. "Amanda has completed her inpatient rehabilitation and she's feeling better every day," lawyer Tamar Arminak said in a statement released to the magazine. "Despite the fact Amanda is no longer in a facility, her outpatient treatment is continuing," he added.
Sony Pictures has presented the first trailer for the forthcoming sequel, in which the young superhero will measure his strength against some of his most formidable opponents. Andrew Garfield returns in the role of the superhero, who must now face at least three of his enemies: Electro (Jamie Foxx), Rhino (Paul Giamatti) and the Green Goblin (Dane DeHaan) are all visible in the new trailer. Emma Stone, Felicity Jones and Chris Cooper also feature in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," arriving in theaters in the US and Canada on May 2.
By Piya Sinha-Roy LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Genre-bending films dominated the 2014 lineup announced on Wednesday for the U.S. feature film competition at the Sundance Film Festival, the top U.S. festival for independent cinema. A lot of them were unexpected," John Cooper, director of the Sundance film festival, told Reuters. "'Life After Beth' is a really innovative approach of using some of the conventions of a zombie film but putting it in an indie young love story," said Trevor Groth, the director of programming for the film festival started by actor and director Robert Redford in 1978.