Kevin Costner has played Robin Hood, Bull Durham, and Superman's dad, but this weekend, he scales things down a little in Black or White, a family drama with a timely storyline that attempts to explore modern racial dynamics in America. Costner's latest project gives us the perfect chance to take a fond look back at some of the many movies that helped make him the Academy Award-winning actor and director he is today -- an impressively diverse list that we're betting might include a few surprises. It's time for Total Recall!
With the news that Fox is in talks to resurrect 1990s cult hit The X-Files, it's the perfect time to get abducted by its mysteries, its paranoia and the chemistry of its two leads. The truth is out there and also somewhere within its nine suspense-filled seasons.
"Desperate," "dangerous," or necessary?
The Paul Feig-directed reboot has been scheduled for July 22, 2016.
Theaters are getting some Big Willie Style for Christmas.
He's attached to star in an adaptation of the book "Born To Run: A Hidden Tribe, Super Athletes, And The Greatest Race The World Has Never Seen."
He'll play a man trapped in the body of a cat.
The Americans returns to FX tonight and star Matthew Rhys had plenty to say about it -- especially "this thing with Paige."
The next "Ring" chapter is part of a broader shuffling of horror dates at Paramount, which includes bumping the latest "Paranormal Activity" to October and the next "Friday the 13th" to May 13, 2016.
Team Tomato takes on Amazon's Certified Fresh series, Transparent, starring Jeffrey Tambor as Mort Pfefferman who is transitioning into Maura Pfefferman. Take a listen as TV editor Sarah Ricard discusses two episodes at a time with Grae Drake, Ryan Fujitani, and Beki Lane. As always, there are plenty of spoilers, so don't listen if you haven't already seen it!
On January 26, the International Cinematographers Guild announced the nominees for its 52nd ICG Publicists Awards Luncheon, wherein they honor those studios, publicists, and photographers that exhibit excellence in their field. We here at RT are immensely proud that our very own Grae Drake has been nominated for the Press Award, and we extend our congratulations to her for all of her hard work! With that, read on for the full list of nominees.
This week on streaming video, we've got an Academy Award-nominated thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal, a feelgood story from the UK, and the controversial James Franco-Seth Rogen comedy that irked North Korea, plus more. Read on for details
Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones are said to be in "early negotiations" to star.
Disney has reportedly set its sights on Pratt for its pending franchise revival.
Weitz steps in for Gary Whitta, who wrote the first draft.
This week on home video, we've got David Ayer's WWII tank actioner, a courtroom drama starring Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall, a visually impressive animated film, and the latest season of Downton Abbey. There are also a number of smaller releases out as well, though not many of them were well-received by critics. Read on for details.
The Oscars are supposed to celebrate cinematic excellence, but it doesn't always work out that way; in fact, over the years, Academy voters have ended up nominating any number of movies whose reputations later took a nosedive. With the 87th Academy Awards fast approaching, we've decided to take a not-so-fond look back at some of the least-loved Best Picture nominees from the previous 86. It's time for Total Recall!
Negotiations are under way.
He'll play the villain in Marvel's Krysten Ritter-led Netflix series.