Every July, the worlds of movies, TV, games, and yes, comic books, collide for four days in San Diego, giving us dozens of announcements, which is far more than we can fit into just one Weekly Ketchup. So, we're splitting the week up, starting with this Weekly Ketchup devoted to everything that is not one of the big three S's of San Diego Comic-Con: Superheroes, Science Fiction, and Sequels (mostly). There will be another Weekly Ketchup in a few days, after SDCC, to cover all of the biggest announcements and revelations.
It's a special, extended podcast from San Diego Comic-con. After covering the Tomatometers for this week's movies, Team Tomato shares interviews with Benedict Cumberbatch, Rob Letterman & Jack Black for Goosebumps, Ian Ziering & Tara Reid for Sharknado 2, Doug Jones, Orlando Jones, directors Jen & Sylvia Soska, Key & Peele, Peter Atencio, and Kaya Scodelario & Will Poulter for Maze Runner.
RT's Sarah Ricard interviews Legends stars Ali Larter, Morris Chestnut, and writer David Wilcox at San Diego Comic-Con 2014. Ali Larter watches a ton of TV, and Morris Chestnut is really eager to know how Legends will do on the Tomatometer.
This week at the movies, we've got a legendary warrior (Hercules, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Joseph Fiennes), a brainy heroine (Lucy, starring Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman), and a curmudgeonly guardian (And So It Goes, starring Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton). What do the critics have to say?
Straight from RT's Comics Command Center in San Diego, Jack Black chats with Grae Drake about the upcoming movie, based on R.L. Stine's horror fiction series. Oh, and then he actually reads a passage from Goosebumps as fantastically as we all would expect him to.
From the football field to the professional wrestling arena to the big screen, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has dominated every field he's entered -- and with his latest action outing, Brett Ratner's Hercules, flexing its way into cineplexes this weekend, we figured now would be a pretty good time to honor that success by taking a fond look back at what he's been cooking at theaters since breaking into the movie business. Oil up those pecs, because it's time for Total Recall!