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People love to laugh at Segways, mall cops, and mustaches, and the box office receipts for 2009's Paul Blart: Mall Cop offer more than $180 million worth of proof. This weekend, Kevin James jumps back into the line of fire in the descriptively titled Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, and although we applaud him for refusing to argue with success, we somehow doubt critics will be willing to give this movie the same amount of slack -- and with that in mind, we went about assembling a list of some of the worst-reviewed Number Twos in cinematic history. Roll up your sleeves and hold your nose, because we're droppin' deuces Total Recall style!
Flying across the pond to London in a regular old airplane pales in comparison to the wonder of sailing through the skies in a pirate ship, certainly, but beggars can't be choosers. The set of Pan awaited us in London inside Leavesden Studios, the largest freestanding building without pillars in Europe.
When Christopher Evan Welch, the actor who played Peter Gregory in HBO's Silicon Valley, passed away last year in real life, the writers had to figure out the best way to deal with his death in season two. [Spoilers ahead.] In the premiere last night, Silicon Valley payed a tribute to the character, an oddball angel investor who met an untimely demise. Rotten Tomatoes chatted with Silicon Valley's co-showrunners, creator Mike Judge and executive producer Alec Berg, on how they decided on what Gregory's fate would be and striking the right balance between funny and appropriate.
Showtime's Nurse Jackie returned with its seventh and final season on Apr. 12. The popular dramedy showcases Emmy winner Edie Falco as the troubled nurse whose ostensibly normal family and work life is corrupted by the interference of drug addiction. See episode one of the final season right here.