NBC's remake of Rosemary's Baby, starring Zoe Saldana, is fast-approaching. On May 11th, we'll say for sure whether rebooting this horror classic as a miniseries was actually a good idea or not. Until then, check out the first full trailer and tell us what you think.
OK, Tomatoes, tax day is here. And though we'll concede that few enjoy forking over their hard-earned riches to Uncle Sam, we at Rotten Tomatoes thought it would be a good time to look on the bright side, and reflect upon how your tax money is allocated -- in order of our rough approximation of federal expenditures. We've compiled a list of movies that proudly displays your tax dollars at work -- cinematic portrayals of the dedicated men and women of our federal government working tirelessly in the public interest, or at least those citizens that benefit from our national largesse. So send your tax forms off to the IRS, and join us on a tour of your government programs at work on the silver screen!
This week on streaming video, the biggest release we've got is an epic fantasy that pretty much bombed, but we've also got Jason Reitman's latest drama, a Certified Fresh Palestinian import, and a period drama starring Ralph Fiennes and Felicity Jones. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got an ambitious project from Ben Stiller, a small Oscar-nominated drama from the UK, a surprise hit action comedy, and an underperforming animation, as well as the usual list of smaller films. Read on for the full list.
Rotten Tomatoes Editor in Chief Matt Atchity brings in RT TV Zone Editor Sarah Ricard & Review Aggregator Catherine Pricci to talk about the "The Lion and The Rose," the second episode of Season 4 of Game of Thrones. There are plenty of spoilers about this episode, so don't listen if you haven't already watched it!
His next starring role will come in Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's adaptation of the Michael Punke novel about "an 1820s frontiersman on a path of vengeance against those who left him for dead after a bear mauling."
He'll write and direct the adaptation of Michael Hastings' 2011 bestseller about the rise and fall of General Stanley McChrystal, the commanding general of international and U.S. forces in Afghanistan, with Pitt attached to star.