This week on streaming video, we've got Bryan Singer's return to the
X-Men franchise, an underseen animated film, an indie comedy, an acclaimed coming-of-age film from Sweden, and a retro space drama currently in theaters. Then we've got some new additions to Netflix, including a Star Trek film and a John Grisham thriller starring Tom Cruise. Read on for details.
This week on home video, we've got Seth Rogen and Zac Efron facing off in a comedy, Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson facing off in a post-apocalyptic road film, and Brenton Thwaites and Laurence Fishburne facing off in a sci-fi thriller. Then we've got the requisite smaller releases, a ton of recent TV seasons (and one complete collection of a popular sitcom), and three big horror franchise sets. Read on for details.
Strong debuts alongside a healthy return for "The Blacklist."
Vaughn joins Colin Farrell and Justin Lin in the creative stable for the show's second season.
He's "looking forward" to starring in the hypothetical Marvel franchise, and they'd better not disappoint Omar.
Danica McKellar, Olivia d'Abo and Alley Mills talk about how the show impacted their lives -- and hint at the 23 hours of bonus features on the new complete series set.
Paul will star opposite Jami Dornan in the Miramax thriller, directed by Alexandre Aja.
Director Terry Gilliam speaks to Mark Seman about
The Zero Theorem.
In our first TV edition of Review Roundup, Senior Editor Grae Drake shares the Tomatometer scores for three new series:
Madam Secretary (CBS), Gotham (Fox), and Scorpion (CBS). Watch now!
The anticipation is over -- or at least, the anticipation of the first episode is over. Check out what's to come on the next episode of
Gotham in this teaser and tell us what you thought about the premiere!
Sarah Ricard, Tim Ryan, Ryan Fujitani, and Marya E. Gates of Team Tomato caught up with Nucky, Chalky, Margaret, Narcisse, Mickey Doyle in this recap of season five, episode three.
Fox has itself a real YA film franchise.
"I'm doing the second series," says Farrell. "I'm so excited."
One prison drama's long journey from box-office dud to acknowledged classic.
J.J. Abrams is on board to executive produce a nine-hour adaptation of King's bestseller about a time traveler on a mission to prevent John F. Kennedy's assassination.
Says director Tommy Wirkola, "I?ve given it to Paramount and it's up to them now."