Keanu Reeves, channeling the title character from his film John WIck, talks to Grae Drake about dogs, imagining yourself walking in slow motion, and telephone land lines.
In this special edition of the Rotten Tomatoes podcast, Senior Editor Grae Drake interviews actor Patrick Fischler (Lost, Mad Men) about working in Hollywood (interview begins at 38:50). Meanwhile, comedian Gary Gulman chats with Team Tomato's Sarah Ricard about TV, including Lost, Scooby-Doo, St. Elsewhere, and The Wire.
Game One of the World Series took key demos, although ratings are down substantially from last year.
He had no idea he was getting a standalone "Cyborg" movie.
Edgar Rice Burroughs' estate is seeking studio suitors now that Disney has lost the film rights.
It'll be "a new take on the classic supernatural sitcom."
What, no show based on "The Man with One Red Shoe"?
The network wants a spinoff for its Friday hit "Shark Tank."
"Beast" writer Zach Dean is penning the studio's biblical epic.
Michael Begler, co-creator of Cinemax's The Knick, talks in detail with TV Editor Sarah Ricard about season one. Listen to his thoughts on Thackery, Cornelia, Edwards, and all the rest -- along with how he, co-showrunner Jack Amiel, and director Steven Soderbergh brought the Knick to life.
This week on streaming video, we've got a well-received sequel to an animated hit and a couple of smaller films also currently in theaters. Then we've got a couple of classics also available, as well as one new release and one slightly older but Certified Fresh thriller on Netflix. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got a well-received sci-fi action tale and the first half of the final season of a beloved TV drama, as well as a decent thriller, an okay sci-fi kids' movie, and a subpar sex comedy. Then, of course, we've got a number of indie films, and two more from the Criterion Collection. Read on for details.
"Dancing with the Stars" and "Castle" proved a potent one-two punch.
It's part of a new two-picture deal that could reportedly include a DC movie.
He promises it's "much, much darker" than previous Marvel efforts.
The duo will topline Stephen Frears' look at the life of infamously awful opera singer Florence Foster Jenkins.
Dwayne Johnson's disaster thriller will now come out a week ahead of its original June 5, 2015 release date.
He'll co-star with Matt Damon in Ridley Scott's adaptation of the hit sci-fi novel.
He'll head up a "cyber-crime drama" for USA.