Over its first two seasons, Better Call Saul has pulled in more than a few familiar faces from Breaking Bad. There’s Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) and Mike Ehrmentraut (Jonathan Banks), of course, but also criminal power players like Tuco Salmanca (Raymond Cruz) and even random minor characters like Ken (Kyle Bornheimer). Show More Summary
Plenty of banks have been robbed in the Western genre, but there aren’t many contemporary thrillers that use the premise nowadays. The last captivating modern Western that centered on a robbery was probably Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, and even then it was only a small part of a larger character story. Show More Summary
Star Wars: The Force Awakens concept artist Iain McCaig spoke earlier this month at the Art and Industry of Imagination conference in New Zealand, and apparently dropped some huge bits of information that had not shown up online until a report posted earlier today. Show More Summary
Jesse Custer may not be a very good preacher, or even a very good person, but for the past several weeks he’s been one hell of a reason to look forward to Sundays. And AMC wants to make sure you keep coming back to that little church...Show More Summary
The Walking Dead universe is a pretty grim place. When characters aren’t outrunnning hungry hordes of the undead, they’re trying to outmaneuver living people who might be even more vicious and violent. If they manage to survive all that,...Show More Summary
Vinnie Jones is the kind of English tough guy who was born to play English tough guys, so it’s a little surprising that he didn’t pop up for some well-dressed fisticuffs in Matthew Vaughn’s Kingsman: The Secret Service. Thankfully, the...Show More Summary
It’s a sad truth that we can never be young again. But hey, that doesn’t mean money isn’t here to take away some of that creaky, backwards-looking sting. Case in point: Why not treat yourself to a little nostalgia therapy today, by dropping...Show More Summary
Star Wars has always been a little heavy-handed with the Nazi imagery of its villains, from Darth Vader’s helmet to the big rally in The Force Awakens, and it makes the amount of villain-branded merchandise seem a little strange at first. Show More Summary
Facing criticism about its overwhelmingly older, male, and white membership and increasingly vocal concerns about the film industry’s ongoing diversity problem, the Academy Of Motion Pictures Arts And Science, the honorary organization...Show More Summary
Whoops—before a screening of Finding Dory earlier this month, a California movie theater accidentally ran a trailer for Seth Rogen’s upcoming R-rated animated film Sausage Party. For those who haven’t seen the Sausage Party trailer,Show More Summary
When Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice was released in theaters back in March, it divided moviegoers roughly in half: people who were disappointed by it and people who could not bring themselves to admit that they were disappointed by it. Show More Summary
It says a lot about Daniel Radcliffe’s screen career that portraying a hyper-flatulent corpse in the way-out-there indie flick Swiss Army Man, written and directed by the duo of Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, only counts as the second most memorable role he’s ever played in films. Show More Summary
A new take on Irwin Allen's space family Robinson will hit the streaming service in 2018 The post Netflix Sets New Lost in Space Series to Debut in 2018 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The Paul Feig-directed movie debuts July 15 The post Get Up Close and Personal to the New Ghostbusters Gadgets appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
She’s back! Principal photography has begun on New Line Cinema’s ANNABELLE 2, with David F. Sandberg (upcoming LIGHTS OUT) helming the follow up to 2014’s hugely successful ANNABELLE, which scared up nearly $257 million at the worldwide box office during its run in theaters. Show More Summary
Beauty is everything. THE NEON DEMON explores the beauty, sexuality and horror in this unique film from director Nicolas Winding Refn. Jesse, an aspiring 16-year-old model, moves to Los Angeles to pursue a career. She encounters deadly vixens who are jealous of the fresh new face in the industry. Show More Summary
After months of intense scrutiny prompted by a second year of #OscarsSoWhite, on June 29, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced its new class of invitees for membership, its largest and most diverse ever. “We’re proud to welcome these new members to the Academy, and know they...
It’s hard to recall an issue-driven documentary whose social impact has been as immediate and measurable as that of “Blackfish,” Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s searing 2013 polemic about SeaWorld’s practice of keeping killer whales and marine mammals in captivity. (The most recent fallout: SeaWorld,...
After the #OscarsSoWhite controversy that swirled around the Academy Awards earlier this year, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has invited a record 683 people as new members. That's over twice as many as last year, and...Show More Summary
Let us now praise creepy masks and class warfare! Over the course of two movies, producer Jason Blum's future-shlock horror franchise about a government-sponsored holiday of lawlessness has gone from yuppie siege thriller with an intriguing premise to pulpy-as-fuck social critique; the leap from 2013's original installment to 2014's highly...