Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: With Black Mass currently in theaters, and Legend on its way to them, we’re recommending gangster movies. The Roaring Twenties (1939) Warner Bros. Show More Summary
Terminator Genisys earned $440 in worldwide ticket sales, but thanks to the dizzying economics of marketing and international distribution models, it’s still considered a commercial whiff. And that’s why Paramount won’t be sending out any more T-800s anytime soon, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Show More Summary
Since a new season of Saturday Night Live is kicking off this weekend with host Miley Cyrus on October 3rd, and yours truly will be reviewing every new episode, there’s no better time to take a look back at all the movies that have been...Show More Summary
Chris Brown's baby Royalty Brown is a busy schoolgirl now and it looks like she is having dance lessons today. Take a look:
Catch Kurtwood Smith on That '70s Show airing now on IFC.
Star Bruce Campbell wants fans to stay patient as they wait 30 more days for the 'Ash Vs Evil Dead' premiere.
Ridley Scott still remembers, vividly, sitting down in a movie theater, watching the lights go down and experiencing as a gamechanging moment as 2001: A Space Odyssey sputtered to life onscreen. "It had been out less than a week," the filmmaker recalls, settling into a chair in a cavernous hotel...
Daniel Craig recently said he’d be happy to play Bond as long as he was “physically able,” but as the Spectre final trailer shows, playacting a globe-trotting super-spy takes quite the toll on a man’s body. The new promo brings the action,...Show More Summary
We all knew it was too good to be true. Following the success of "Mad Max: Fury Road," George Miller seemed prime to hop onto the DC and Warner Bros. bandwagon. Unfortunately, that doesn't appear to be the case. Despite the rumors that...Show More Summary
Former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum wants to be your next president. He believes in traditional American values. And he believes "traditional American values" boils down to marriage is meant only for pairings that will produce children. Because bible. (Sorry, gays!)...
Sandra Bullock's family seems to be growing: The actress has reportedly adopted a baby girl. According to Radar Online, Bullock just finalized the adoption, and recently welcomed the infant into her home in Los Angeles. The Oscar-winning...Show More Summary
The 24th James Bond film opens in theaters and IMAX on November 6 The post The Final SPECTRE Trailer is Here! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
How much do movies matter to you? Director Jafar Panahi was thrown in jail by a harsh theocratic regime that then banned him from movie-making for the next 20 years. Since then he’s made three internationally acclaimed films in less than five years. Show More Summary
Jack Bauer has bounced back from many things, but it seems we’ve finally seen the last of him. 24 star Kiefer Sutherland, who played the beleaguered counter-terrorism agent across eight seasons, a TV movie, and a miniseries, has confirmed he’s “definitely” not returning to the role. Show More Summary
Video game to movie adaptations haven't really worked out too well. Sure, we kind of like "Mortal Kombat" in hindsight, and the first "Resident Evil" film has some good zombie action fun, but that series has largely ignored the horror roots of the game. Show More Summary
I have a confession to make: I never finished watching True Detective's second season. I went on vacation and missed the final two episodes (still sitting on on the DVR), and as much as I tried to muster the wherewithal...
Left Bank Pictures is bringing the Cinemax action series 'Strike Back' to the big screen in hopes of starting a franchise.
No, it's not Princess Leia The post Sarah Michelle Gellar Reveals Her Star Wars Rebels Character appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The series is set to air on Showtime next year The post 35 Photos from the Set of the Twin Peaks Revival appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
In my review of Sir Ridley Scott's The Martian, I called it a "summer" blockbuster that happens to drop in the prestigious autumn frame, and that it "bridges the gap between effects-driven tentpoles and Oscar-seeking human dramas." Now,...Show More Summary