31 Days of Oscar-winning and Oscar-nominated films airing 24/7? That's what Turner Classic Movies has in store throughout the month of February (and beyond). This year's theme for 31 Days of Oscar is "History of the Oscars," as they go chronologically from the ceremony's inception in 1927 through 2011 -- highlighting at least one Best Picture winner every night from now until March 3rd. Each night we've got an inside scoop for what's in store, while TCM's own Ben Mankiewicz offers up his thoughts on each film, so check back here every day!
This week's Ketchup covers the week that (basically) started with the Academy Awards, and ended with the death of Leonard Nimoy. In between, there were film development stories about such films as Blade Runner 2, Boyhood 2, The Huntsman, The LEGO Movie Sequel, and Pee-Wee's Big Holiday.
Rotten Tomatoes visited the set of CBS's new cop drama Battle Creek during the shooting of season one's penultimate episode in San Pedro, CA. On set, we spoke to stars Dean Winters, Josh Duhamel, and episode writer Danny Weiss and found eight things you'll want to know before the premiere on Sunday, Mar. 1.
Leonard Nimoy, whose furrowed brow, deep voice, and wry sense of humor made Star Trek's Spock an icon of sci-fi, died today at home in Los Angeles after a long illness. He was 83.
We know a lot of families are going to be looking for wholesome entertainment that everyone can enjoy together. Christy Lemire has the lowdown on exactly how family-friendly they all are.
The veteran actor, best known for his long portrayal of Spock in decades of "Star Trek" films and episodes, has passed away at the age of 83.
This week in TV news, The CW is putting together a superhero team-up show. Plus, The Walking Dead is giving us an extra 50 percent, Kurt Sutter is giving us a new period drama, Seth MacFarlane is giving us Ed Begley Jr., and Inspector Gadget and DuckTales are giving us back our childhoods!
The "Prisoners" helmer could be in the director's chair for the long-mooted follow-up.
This week at the movies, we've got con artists (Focus, starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie) and re-animators (The Lazarus Effect, starring Olivia Wilde and Mark Duplass). What do the critics have to say?
Ana Maria in Novela Land stars Edy Ganem as both modern, headstrong Ana and telenovela siren Ariana Tomosa. Luis Guzmán plays the nefarious Licenciado Schmidt, and he lends his serious telenovela skills to Grae Drake.
It'll be "literally the genetic sibling" of "Aliens."
She'll star in the fifth season, titled "Hotel."
After seven seasons, NBC's Parks and Recreation ended its run with this week's final episode, "One Last Ride: Part 1." Here's what the critics had to say about Parks and Rec's last run. [Warning: Some quotes may contain spoilers.]
He's been a chart-topping rapper, the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and the undisputed king of the July 4 movie blockbuster -- and this weekend, Will Smith returns to the big screen alongside Margot Robbie in Focus, so we knew now would be the perfect time to pay tribute to some of the brightest highlights from his blockbuster filmography. You'll obviously find some of the biggest hit films of the last 15 years in here, but Big Willie Style isn't always about the big-budget smash hit; his efforts include a few eclectic diversions that may surprise you. Let's find out how many of your favorites made the cut -- it's time for Total Recall!
Mark Duplass is a creative guy. With hands in many media pots (actor, writer, director, producer, even one-time musician), he has achieved a commendable level of acclaim and success, most recently with the Certified Fresh premiere of HBO's Togetherness. Now starring in horror film The Lazarus Effect opening this weekend, we chatted with the media arts mogul about the film, his career, and of course, the customary methods of raising the dead.
"Divergent" vet Evan Daugherty is on the case.
Team Tomato takes on the latest episode of Better Call Saul. Sarah shares her knowledge of cons and scams, and the team discusses whether or not Jimmy is struggling with morals or just business opportunities. As always, there are plenty of spoilers, so don't listen if you're not caught up!
Team Tomato is tackling season one of Better Call Saul with a weekly podcast. Hear our in-depth analysis of every episode each week as we follow Jimmy McGill's transformation into Saul Goodman. And beware -- plenty of spoilers within!
With season two coming to BBC America on Wednesday, Mar. 4 (and the announcement of season three this week), now is the perfect time to binge Broadchurch, an eight-part British mystery that'll have you guessing right through to the end.
The new-look favorites are two of five shows being added to Amazon's junior-level offerings.