The man with world’s most reassuring voice - currently starring with Scarlett Johansson in techno thriller Lucy - exercises his superpower on Time Out...
The hot-button topic at this summer’s Television Critics Association press tour is diversity on fall TV. The question: Should CBS take a page
By now, perhaps you’ve seen the trailer for the new sci-fi thriller Lucy. It starts with a flurry of stylized special effects and Scarlett Johansson serving up a barrage of bad-guy beatings. Then comes Morgan Freeman, playing a professorial...Show More Summary
Executive producer Morgan Freeman contemplated his on-screen role on CBS' Sunday drama, centered on a female Secretary of State, joking that he could play a religions professor: "I have a little experience playing God." read more
Stars Tea Leoni and Tim Daly and executive producers Lori McCreary, Morgan Freeman and Barbara Hall spoke with the 2014 summer TCA press tour about "Madam Secretary," the new CBS drama featuring Leoni as the Secretary of State. The idea...Show More Summary
Téa Leoni is the star of CBS's upcoming political drama Madam Secretary, but someone may already be upstaging her. Morgan Freeman is the show's executive producer - or as he referred to himself, "executive executive executive executive...Show More Summary
Min-sik Choi and Amr Waked are featured in the latest images from Luc Besson's action-packed thriller 'Lucy', starring Scarlett Johansson. [...]
David Fincher's Se7en is a film that really never needs a sequel. The movie is an excellent, self-contained serial killer mystery, and while the idea of seeing Morgan Freeman and/or Brad Pitt come back to those roles, it truly never needs to happen. Show More Summary
‘Lucy’ To Open Locarno Film Festival Luc Besson’s Lucy is set to open the Locarno Film Festival on August 6. Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman star in the sci-fi pic about a woman caught in a dark deal who turns the tables on her captors and transforms into a merciless warrior. Show More Summary
Tonight we've got 20 people who are pretty sure they can dance (including two who'll find that confidence shaken), pregnant astronaut ladies, pugilism at a premium, and Morgan Freeman acting up some more. Read more...
Red-band clip from LUCY, directed by Luc Besson and starring Scarlett Johansson, Morgan Freeman, and Analeigh Tipton. Read the full article on AICN Yeah, we saw Scarlett Johansson doing the whole ass-kicking badass thing just two months...Show More Summary
Universal Pictures has released a red-band film clip from Luc Besson's upcoming flick "Lucy" starring Scarlett Johansson, and Morgan Freeman. Check out the red-band flim clip below and let us know what you think. From "La Femme Nikita"...Show More Summary
Things are about to get super surreal in the new episode of "Through The Wormhole" on Science Channel, because God is going to be talking about the nature of God. Well, sort of.Airing Wednesday, July 9, at 10 p.m., the episode titled...Show More Summary
IMAX Corporation, Universal Pictures, a division of Comcast Corp. and EuropaCorp today announced that Lucy, the new thriller from acclaimed filmmaker Luc Besson that stars Scarlett Johansson and Academy Award® winner Morgan Freeman,Show More Summary
If you could choose anybody in the world to narrate your life, who would it be? James Earl Jones? Maybe Morgan Freeman? For me it would be legendary Dodgers announcer Vin Scully. It’s not just that he has a great voice, either, although he certainly does. It’s that he has an unbelievable knack for cadence […]
A mathematician from Morgan Freeman’s show Through The Wormhole shows how fast an hypothetical zombie virus could spread around the world. The epidemic would be inevitable and cities would be overrun in weeks. If you don’t feel that’s worrying wait until you hear it from Freeman’s epic voice. More »
Tonight's episode of Through the Wormhole asks a question near-and-dear to our hearts: Could a zombie apocalypse actually happen? We spoke to host Morgan Freeman and producer Megan Parlen to learn more. Read more...
Could The Walking Dead actually happen? Morgan Freeman has tackled plenty of burning questions on his Science Channel series Through the Wormhole, but perhaps never one so fueled by pop culture. But with zombies taking over television,...Show More Summary
If you thought nothing could top Morgan Freeman talking on helium, you might want to reconsider. The June 25 episode of
Everyone knows Morgan Freeman is one of the world's most gifted actors. But along with his high profile big screen accomplishments, Mr. Freeman has a long association with educational TV. Many of a certain age remember him as Easy Reader (The Electric Company) while others may recall him as Fredrick Douglas (PBS's The Civil War). Show More Summary