In a big week for television news, Game of Thrones featured a much-debated story involving Sansa Stark that Matt, Grae, Sarah, and Ryan argue about. They also give recommendations on how to ease your Mad Men separation anxiety. Then, The Comedians showrunner Ben Wexler stops by to talk about writing for Billy Crystal.
It's slated opposite "Fantastic Four 2" on June 9, 2017.
It'll go up against "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" on March 25.
This week at the movies, we've got a futuristic realm (Tomorrowland, starring George Clooney and Britt Robertson) and a possessed property (Poltergeist, starring Sam Rockwell and Rosemarie DeWitt). What do the critics have to say?
She's attached to star in Disney's live-action Tinker Bell adventure.
The "Help" helmer has taken the reins for DreamWorks' adaptation of Paula Hawkins' debut bestseller.
Telepathic detective Matt Parkman will appear in a "guest arc."
This week in TV news, David Letterman said farewell to CBS's Late Show while AMC's Mad Men reached the end of an era. Plus, Epix announced two new scripted shows (including one with Nick Notle) and Woody Allen expressed regret about his new Amazon series. Finally, it's back to school with a new college course based on FX's The Strain!
In Tomorrowland, the lapel pin transports you to the futuristic land in the blink of an eye. Grae Drake asks stars George Clooney, Britt Robertson, and Raffey Cassidy where they'd like to go in a flash if they could. Clooney also expands on his booby-trapped car and penchant for stretching the truth when it came to the science fairs of his youth.
Akiva Goldsman is set to preside over a group that includes "The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman, "Iron Man 3" writers Art Marcum and Matt Holloway, "Pacific Rim 2" scribe Zak Penn, and "Amazing Spider-Man 2" writer Jeff Pinkner.
He's in final talks to play the villain.
Tomorrowland is the first film to be named after a section of Disneyland, but it's far from the only movie that's drawn inspiration from the Happiest Place on Earth -- or vice versa -- and to demonstrate the park's strong silver screen ties (not to mention honoring Tomorrowland's arrival in theaters this weekend), we decided to dedicate this week's list to all the Disneyland rides that have some sort of connection to a Disney film. There might be more than you think!
Letterman's "Late Show" is ending its lengthy run some of the show's best numbers in years.
He thinks "the studio was worried" that the original script "might have been a little bit too 'Star Trek'-y."
Cannes proved the perfect forum for images and footage from "The Good Dinosaur," "Finding Dory," "Toy Story 4," "Zootopia," and "Moana."
Jerry and his pals will start streaming June 24.
Toho is suing on the grounds that the film ? starring Hathaway as a woman with a "strange connection" to a destructive giant lizard ? "knowingly used" the Godzilla image for illicit gain.
Fans of The Walking Dead are eager to experience this year's new spinoff, Fear the Walking Dead, but, as writer/producer Robert Kirkman told us, audiences will not need to be familiar with the seed series in order to enjoy the new one, which takes us back in time to the beginnings of the plague outbreak. Here are five things we thought you'd like to know about the differences between the two shows and our chat with Kirkman, who's been relatively silent about the new show until now.
He will play "a brilliant accountant who moonlights as an assassin."
Alfonso Ribeiro's got the gig.