September 24, 2013
Digital Multiplex: After Earth, Only God Forgives, and More
This week in streaming video, we've got a summer flop helmed by M. Night Shyamalan, the new thriller from the man behind Drive, and a Certified Fresh coming-of-age dramedy. Then, we've got a martial arts biopic, and Australian horror comedy, and the latest film in the Child's Play franchise making its debut on VOD. Read on to find out what's available to watch right now.
May 30, 2013
Five Favorite Films with Nick Offerman
Nick Offerman's mustachioed visage became a pop culture icon when his character on another NBC sitcom, Parks and Recreation, simply refused to fade quietly into the background as a small, supporting role. The legend of Ron Swanson has grown exponentially since the show's debut in 2009, and he is among the most popular characters -- if not the most popular -- on a hit comedy chock full of popular characters played by grade-A talent. These days, he finds it difficult to dissociate himself from the Ron Swanson mythos, but that doesn't stop him from trying different things, like his latest role in The Kings of Summer. RT spoke with Nick about the film, what it?s like to be pigeonholed as Ron Swanson, and how his love of carpentry helped get him into acting, but first, he gave us his Five Favorite Films.
May 30, 2013
Five Favorite Films with Megan Mullally
Megan Mullally's career doesn't begin and end with television. Her comedic chops are certainly second to none, but her resume runs the gamut from music, live theater, and Broadway musicals to animated programs and, of course, film. Her latest feature role comes in The Kings of Summer, a coming-of-age film about three teens who flee their home lives to build a house in the woods and live off the land. RT spoke with Megan over the phone about her work in the film, her chemistry with husband Nick Offerman, and her musical choices as half of vocal duo Nancy and Beth. Naturally, she also gave us her Five Favorite Films.