Newly available for purchase on streaming this week are the second installment in a popular young adult sci-fi franchise and the fourth season of a hit HBO comedy series. Then, on subscription services, we've got a critically acclaimed animated comedy, and animated spinoff, the final season of a popular musical TV series, and more. Read on for details.
The new trailer for season two of Fargo, set in 1979 Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is here. Watch now!
While Richard Sammel (Thomas Eichorst in The Strain) may play evil, scary dudes, he couldn't have been more warm on the phone, talking with Rotten Tomatoes about the show, his career, and what to expect in season two. Here are eight things we thought you should know.
Southpaw, the story of a boxer's rise to the top and his life falls apart, hits theaters this Friday. In this exclusive behind-the-scenes video, stars Jake Gyllenhaal and 50 Cent, director Antoine Fuqua, and some industry fighters and professionals talk about the movie's goals and how they achieved Southpaw's kinetic, hyper-realistic look.
Marvel took its usual number one spot for its latest super hero flick Ant-Man which debuted to an estimated $58M launching yet another big character for the comic studio. The PG-13 actioner averaged $15,052 from 3,856 locations and played to the usual comic book crowd which tends to be reliable when a good film is presented to it.
"It really is more a lifestyle choice than a job."
"This is my art. This is what will live on after I'm gone."
Got a spare billion dollars lying around?
The big-screen and television vet was known for appearances in "The Godfather" and "The Facts of Life," among many others.
This week's Ketchup covers seven days from the realm of film development (including two days of San Diego Comic-Con), and ten of the top movie news stories of the week. Included in the mix are headlines for such movies as Green Lantern Corps, Stephen King's IT Part I, LEGO Batman, and Disney's Genies and Wreck-It Ralph 2.
This week, Christy runs down the two major releases of the week -- Marvel's latest entry, and an Ian McKellen-powered drama about an aging Sherlock Holmes -- as well as the most recent adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks novel, new on DVD this week. Read on to find out how family-friendly they are.
"Vacation" screenwriters John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein seem to be Marvel's men.
This week in TV news, it's all about the Emmys as HBO breaks their record and the clones of Orphan Black get their due. Plus, Christina Hendricks heads to Sundance TV and Michael Ironside joins The Flash!
This week at the movies, we've got a tiny superhero (Ant-Man, starring Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas) and a commitment-phobe (Trainwreck, starring Amy Schumer and Bill Hader). What do the critics have to say?
In the new romantic comedy Trainwreck, Amy Schumer and Vanessa Bayer play editors at a top men's magazine in New York City. The 'stories' they report in the movie are unbelievable -- or are they? We play a game with Schumer and Bayer to determine which headlines are made-up and which come from actual magazines. But make no mistake, in this game, we all lose!
The "Mama" director steps in for the departed Cary Fukunaga.
Filmgoers will go inside the lamp with "Genies."
Lee's next joint will be the studio's first original film production.
The franchise's next installment eyes a September 2016 release.
The TLC hit reality series departs the lineup under the shadow of scandal.