It'll reportedly follow the adventures of Mockingbird (Palicki) and Lance Hunter (Nick Blood).
The longtime host will say goodbye August 6.
John Stamos says "Fuller House" is a done deal.
Schumer will be back for a fourth season on Comedy Central.
Hugh Jackman's journey to Neverland will have to wait until October 9.
"Lego Batman" will arrive Feb. 10, 2017, followed by "Ninjago" on Sept. 22, 2017, and "The Lego Movie Sequel" set for May 18, 2018.
More than meets the eye, etc.
Walter Skinner returns.
We've got another relatively thin selection on home video as we approach the summer movie season. This week, the big movies are the latest Liam Neeson actioner, a drama that earned some acclaim for Jennifer Aniston, and a little-seen but well-received Iranian vampire movie. After that, we've got a few indies and a couple of choices from the Criterion Collection. Read on for details.
Jason Dohring has often portrayed mercurial characters in film and TV projects, ranging from a love-to-hate bad boy in Veronica Mars all the way to a vampire in Moonlight. In The Squeeze, his real-life affinity for golf reveals itself in his role as a hot shot associate of some shady characters. Needless to say, I had some expectations when I asked him his Five Favorite Films, but his list couldn't have been more earnest and filled with open affection. Guess you can't believe everything you see in TV and the movies.
Rotten Tomatoes caught up with the cast of Deadbeat, Hulu's quirky, supernatural comedy series starring Tyler Labine, Cat Deeley, Brandon T. Jackson, and Lucy DeVito. In the original series, a bumbling stoner (Labine), communicates with dead people and they won?t leave him alone until he helps them finish their unfinished business. Here's what you need to know about the show before binge watching the entire 10-episode second season on April 20
"A band of resistance fighters unite for a daring mission to steal the Death Star plans in 'Star Wars' anthology film, 'Rogue One.'"
One of up to 30 Warner Bros. films scheduled to play on the really, really big screen through 2020.
It's being run by New York Women in Film and Television and the IRIS collective.
Penny Dreadful creates a frightening variant of Victorian London, where horrific figures from classic literature such as Dr. Frankenstein, the Creature, Dorian Grey co-exist and terrorize the city. Season one is Certified Fresh at 78 percent. Season two begins May 3 on Showtime at 10 p.m. See episode one, "Fresh Hell," here.
This weekend, it was threepeat time for the action juggernaut Furious 7 which came into the weekend smashing the $1 billion global mark and still ruling multiplexes worldwide.
This week's Ketchup includes top movie development news stories for such titles as Blade Runner 2, Captain Marvel, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (the Harry Potter spinoff), Flash Gordon, Pitch Perfect 3, and X-Men: Apocalypse.
An impressive milestone for a franchise that seems to have plenty left in the tank.
Executive producer Seth Rogen spilled the beans via Twitter.
Hit up the Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 premiere with Kevin James in our picture gallery!