The Weekly Ketchup celebrates Pi Day by... mentioning it here and then never again. That's because the rest of the column is devoted so thoroughly to discussing the merits (or lack thereof) of movies like Captain America 3, the Fletch and Peter Pan reboots, the remakes of Explorers and Something Wicked This Way Comes, and other new roles for Kevin Hart, Ed Helms, and Guy Pearce.
We know him best as Jigsaw/John Kramer from the Saw franchise. But Tobin Bell is back with a different brand of horror in Dark House. Mr. Bell revisits his past as a young actor, his process working in film and television and his thrilling adventure working on the new film.
Tyler Perry's The Single Mom's Club deals with the triumphs and hardships of raising children alone, but it also touches on spicier subjects like intimacy and relationships. Tyler Perry, Nia Long, Cocoa Brown, Zulay Henao, Amy Smart, and Wendi McLendon-Covey tell Grae Drake all their juiciest secrets.
HBO's blockbuster series Game of Thrones has become a pop culture phenomenon and inspired a rabid worldwide fanbase, but we realize not everyone knows who Tyrion Lannister is or fears the impending threat of the White Walkers. With the fourth season set to premiere on April 6, we thought we'd be extra thoughtful and give those of you who have yet to take the plunge a few weeks to catch up. Read on for an overview, hunker down for an intense ride, and get yourself up to speed, because winter is coming.
A veteran of stage and screen, Fiennes has amassed an admirably eclectic filmography since making his breakthrough with Schindler's List in 1993, and while we did draw the line at minor cameo roles (sorry, The Hurt Locker), we think you'll find a lot to love. Let's Total Recall, Fiennes style
Fans of the television series Veronica Mars are called MARShmallows. So naturally, Grae Drake challenges stars Kristen Bell, Ryan Hansen, and Chris Lowell to a game of Chubby Bunny to see who can fit the most gooey treats in their mouth at once.