Ep. 066 - Boardwalk Empire Recap - 'Friendless Child' (SPOILERS) Sarah Ricard, Tim Ryan, Ryan Fujitani, and Marya E. Gates of Team Tomato recap the penultimate episode of Boardwalk Empire, "Friendless Child." Beware spoilers within!
The Broncos' primetime rout of the 49ers helped NBC win the night.
"I always saw this as a universe, not just as one story."
The animated feature will follow "a spirited teenager on an impossible mission to fulfill her ancestors' quest."
Every single episode of the show will be available via a website or the FXNOW app.
The studio's animated effort is scheduled to debut in 2017.
It'll use Roth's original script.
The "Glee" guy gets a "comedy-horror anthology" going at the network.
It'll "reboot the chronicle" with a series of one-hour episodes.
The Comedy Central duo's first film will follow the aftermath of a catnapping.
HBO's new trailer for season two of The Comeback is out and we've got it here. The new season, which arrives nine years after the season one, premieres on Sunday, Nov. 9 at 10 p.m.
Brad Pitt's World War II tank film Fury topped the North American box office charts opening to an estimated $23.5M for Sony. The brutal R-rated drama averaged a sturdy $7,406 from 3,173 locations and opened in between the $22M of George Clooney's The Monuments Men from February and the $25.7M of Tom Hanks' Captain Phillips from this same month last year. All skewed to an older adult audience using an A-list actor as the anchor.
Season one of The Knick concluded Friday night on Cinemax with the episode "Crutchfield." Here's what critics had to say!
This week's Ketchup covers the week when both Marvel and Warner Bros made big superhero movie announcements (Captain America 3, The Flash, Cyborg, Suicide Squad, etc). Other movies did still make the news, however, like Ghost in the Shell, Pete's Dragon, Pirates of the Caribbean 5, and... Minecraft?
In the promo for ABC's Oct. 16 How to Get Away With Murder, nine simple words are the teaser -- and while those words did not disappoint, critics found the quiet moment of Viola Davis removing her wig and makeup to be the most powerful moment of the week. Caution: spoilers within.
This week, Christy looks at the vibrant fantasy-adventure The Book of Life and on DVD the ultimate superhero ensemble X-Men:Days of Future Past, and the animated kid-friendly Mr. Peabody & Sherman.
"Thursday Night Football" took Thursday for CBS, however.
She's reportedly been offered $10 million to star in DreamWorks' live-action adaptation.
David Ayer's DC project is already building its cast.
He'd play "a resident of a logging community that tells stories of dragons."