Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, and Charlie Day reveal their darkest desires in a heated game of "Flirt, Marry, Kiss Goodbye," and Jennifer Aniston calls out Charlie Day for being the most squeamish of all cast members...especially when she was straddling him. Come on Charlie, man up.
This week on home video, we've got a blockbuster action sequel, another dystopian young adult novel adaptation, and a would-be first installment in a spy franchise starring Pierce Brosnan (no, not that franchise). Then, we've got a few smaller films, including a rom-com with Daniel Radcliffe and a couple of holiday comedies, as well as two choices from the Criterion Collection. Read on for details.
Poor Thanksgiving. All sad and sandwiched in between Halloween and Christmas. But there is turkey-themed entertainment out there -- the good, the bad, the weird, the sad. And you should watch it. In the following order...
The rumors were correct.
Director Bryan Singer promises the "spectacle" of "mass destruction."
He'll play a British soldier opposite Johnny Depp's Jack Sparrow; Javier Bardem is in talks to play the villain.
He calls the last installment's PG-13 "a horrible miscalculation."
George Lucas turned to Brian De Palma for some help finessing the language.
Jean-Marc Vallée ("Dallas Buyers Club") is in talks.
NBC could still bring it back for another season, though.
To no surprise, the latest Katniss Everdeen flick The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 soared to the top of the box office scoring the best opening of the entire year and grossed an estimated $123M. But the Lionsgate film also generated the lowest opening weekend for the three-film series taking in 22% less than its predecessor Catching Fire's $158.1M from this very same weekend last year.
This week's Ketchup includes movie development news stories about movies such as Captain America: Civil War, and new remakes of 1984 and Going in Style, and a new Tinker Bell movie. There's also new roles for Andrew Garfield, Melissa McCarthy, Chris Pratt, and Keanu Reeves.
For many, the 1990s evoke fond memories of popular things like Skip-It, Tamagotchi, and Beanie Babies. They gave us Hanson, the Spice Girls, and the Macarena. But they also gave us ridiculously fantastic -- and often iconic -- television. With the holidays around the corner, it's that time of year to give thanks and be grateful for the wonderful TV of the past. Take a trip down memory lane and check out what some of your favorite characters were doing to celebrate Turkey Day during the last great decade of the 20th century.
Grae Drake is back! She and Matt Atchity discuss their reactions to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, and Ryan Fujitani shares the critics' take on the latest chapter of the blockbuster series. Next up, Ryan covers new DVD/Blu-ray releases 22 Jump Street and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Since TV Editor Sarah Ricard is on vacation, Beki Lane jumps in to discuss the debut of State of Affairs on NBC. In the last part of the show, Grae shares her interviews with Mockingjay stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Elizabeth Banks, Donald Sutherland, Julianne Moore, Natalie Dormer, and Sam Claflin.
See the critics' responses to the How to Get Away with Murder winter finale, "Kill Me, Kill Me, Kill Me."
See red carpet pictures for the premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1.
This week, Christy offers the lowdown on the latest installment of the Hunger Games franchise, Mockingjay - Part 1, as well as a French animation making its way to the US decades after it was originally released and, on home video, a quieter, more melodramatic YA novel adaptation starring Chloe Grace Moretz. Read on for details.
When chatting with Dean about his favorite films of all time, his love for the big screen truly shined, particularly his love for Christmas movies. Currently Cain stars in The Three Dogateers about three dogs left alone a few days before Christmas and how they misbehave. When a couple no-good burglars haul off with the families gifts and decorations, the three furballs band together in order to save Christmas! But with an enemy not too far behind, they may need help from St. Nick himself. Dean took some time out from his busy schedule to chat with RT about his Five Favorite Films. Read on to see what he chose.
ABC goes four-for-four in the top spot among 18-49 viewers on Thursdays during November sweeps.
Josh Boone says the studio wants "like four movies."