HOLLYWOOD MINUTE: Pink Floyd & Star Wars

HOLLYWOOD MINUTE: Pink Floyd & Star Wars

In entertainment news: Pink Floyd is back, Star Wars shuts down, and Brandon Routh's back in tights!
On Monday, Pink Floyd announced the release of its first new album in 20-years.  

But the cat was out of the bag on Saturday when guitarist Dave Gilmour's wife tweeted the album's title, "The Endless River."

According to the tweet, the album is based on 1994 sessions with the group's late keyboardist Rick Wright.    

"The Endless River" is due out in October.

Production of the next Star Wars movie is on hold for two-weeks while Harrison Ford's broken leg heals.

The actor was injured while filming last month in London.

Despite the delay, "Star Wars Episode Seven" is still expected to hit theaters on December 18, 2015.

Producers also announced they've added two new faces to the cast, after a search for undiscovered talent brought almost 70,000 applicants. American actress Crystal Clarke and British actor Pip Anderson were hired from amongst the hopefuls.

"Superman Returns" star Brandon Routh will again play a super hero.

This time, he's playing "The Atom" on TV's "Arrow."

In the comic books, "The Atom" has the power to shrink down to a sub-atomic level.  

The new season of "Arrow" starts October 8 on the CW.
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