Moira MacTaggart rides again.
This week's Ketchup comes to you from right in the middle of the Sundance Film Festival, but except for the news about the 25+ indie movies picked up for distribution there, you wouldn't otherwise be able to tell. This was a week with lots of big studio announcements, regarding who will star in the Ghostbusters reboot, who the new Indiana Jones might be, or what new roles people like Matthew McConaughey, Brad Pitt, Adam Sandler, or Emma Watson are lining up.
The first trailer for season five of Game of Thrones, returning to HBO Apr. 12, is here. Watch now!
Super Bowl XLIX's match-up between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots goes down this Sunday! And that means by the end of the day, we'll have experienced our share of elated winners, deflated losers, and, of course, weird expensive TV commercials. But why wait? Watch some Super Bowl TV spots for movies in our playlist below.
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.
This week in TV news, we learn that Eddie Murphy will be on the 40th anniversary of Saturday Night Live. Plus, David Tennant will play a Marvel villain, Anna Gunn will be an FBI agent, Wet Hot American Summer will have a huge cast of hilarious people, and watching all of these things might be bad for your mental health!
Black or White stars Kevin Costner, Octavia Spencer, and Anthony Mackie as a family battling over the welfare of a child. In the middle of the battle is Eloise, who happens to hate brushing her teeth. Grae Drake asks the cast what they hated to do as kids.
A new gig for the "Breaking Bad" vet.
He'll end his more than 30-year absence with an appearance during the show's 40th anniversary special.
This week at the movies, we've got time-traveling teens (Project Almanac, starring Jonny Weston and Sofia Black D'Elia), squabbling families (Black or White, starring Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer), and philandering friends (The Loft, starring Karl Urban and James Marsden). What do the critics have to say?
Though not as immediately recognizable as his Freaks and Geeks co-stars Seth Rogen or James Franco, Martin Starr has made a career out of playing understated supporting characters who linger in the background, only to jump in and steal a scene with his deadpan delivery. This week, Starr plays the lead in Amira & Sam, a romantic drama about an army vet adjusting to life back home who develops a friendship -- and more -- with a young Iraqi woman. We got the opportunity to chat with Starr, and he gave us his Five Favorite Films, which helped shed some light on what draws him to the types of characters he likes to play. Read on for his list.
See Kevin Costner, Jordana Brewster, Isabel Lucas, Rhona Mitra and more at the red carpet premieres of The Loft, Project Almanac, and Black or White.
It's National Puzzle Day! This week's 24 Frames picture gallery looks at movies with inconclusive movies or whose central storylines cannot be rationalized.
Four consecutive weeks of ratings growth for Fox's hit new soap.
The "John Wick" helmers could co-direct Chris Pratt's upcoming project.
Jonny Weston, Sofia Black D'Elia, Allen Evangelista, Sam Lerner, and Victoria Gardner all star in science fiction flick Project Almanac. Since Weston's character fails miserably at hitting on Black-D'Elia's character, Grae Drake gets the cast to talk about times that happened to them in real life.
You're never getting your phone back from your children.
How to Get Away with Murder is back tonight with the first of its five remaining episodes of the premiere season. We got to sit down and get some Murder trivia tidbits with stars Viola Davis, Billy Brown, Alfred Enoch, Katie Findlay, Aja Naomi King, Karla Souza, Jack Falahee, Matt McGorry, Charlie Weber, and Liza Weil.
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.