The biggest titles new to streaming services this week include the final chapter in Peter Jackson's journey through Middle-earth, an Oscar-nominated thriller, and a little-seen but highly acclaimed comedy starring Chris Rock. After that, we've got some excellent choices on Netflix, including the latest season of its original drama House of Cards and old favorites like Donnie Brasco and Ground hog Day. Read on for the full list.
31 Days of Oscar-winning and Oscar-nominated films airing 24/7? That's what Turner Classic Movies has in store throughout the month of February (and beyond). This year's theme for 31 Days of Oscar is "History of the Oscars," as they go chronologically from the ceremony's inception in 1927 through 2011 -- highlighting at least one Best Picture winner every night from now until March 3rd. Each night we've got an inside scoop for what's in store, while TCM's own Ben Mankiewicz offers up his thoughts on each film, so check back here every day!
Adapted from Lynsey Addario's memoir "It's What I Do: A Photographer's Life Of Love And War."
The streaming giant is near a deal for the new film from Cary Fukunaga ("True Detective") about the experiences of a child soldier fighting in a civil war in an African country.
The "Tron Legacy" director could helm an adaptation of the video game.
Sources say "there's optimism" Goddard will take over the franchise.
A return to TV for the "That '70s Show" vet.
It's a relatively thin week for new releases on DVD, with just a couple of particularly notable titles available. These include a multiple Oscar nominee and a Certified Fresh drama, though they're accompanied by a number of smaller indie features and a couple of new season sets of popular TV series. Read on for details.
The premiere episode of Will Forte's new comedy was the night's top-rated broadcast with young adults.
BBC America released the first trailer for Orphan Black season three with glimpses of our favorite clones -- plus a look at new ones (and they're dudes)!
He'll reunite with his "Training Day" co-star Denzel Washington for the Antoine Fuqua-directed "Magnificent Seven" remake.
Next season will be the last for the Dowager Countess of Grantham.
Warner Bros. is working to bring the Cartoon Network hit to the big screen.
He's attached to direct the latest update on the oft-filmed novel.
Will Forte says there's "a realistic shot" at a sequel.
Proving once again he is no longer the box office magnet from years past, Will Smith attracted lackluster business to the opening weekend for his latest project Focus which was still able to capture the number one spot over a very sluggish moviegoing session. For the first time since Halloween, no film managed to generate $20M in weekend box office.
This week's Ketchup covers the week that (basically) started with the Academy Awards, and ended with the death of Leonard Nimoy. In between, there were film development stories about such films as Blade Runner 2, Boyhood 2, The Huntsman, The LEGO Movie Sequel, and Pee-Wee's Big Holiday.
Rotten Tomatoes visited the set of CBS's new cop drama Battle Creek during the shooting of season one's penultimate episode in San Pedro, CA. On set, we spoke to stars Dean Winters, Josh Duhamel, and episode writer Danny Weiss and found eight things you'll want to know before the premiere on Sunday, Mar. 1.
Will Smith, Margot Robbie and more at the Focus and Lazarus Effect premieres!
Leonard Nimoy, whose furrowed brow, deep voice, and wry sense of humor made Star Trek's Spock an icon of sci-fi, died today at home in Los Angeles after a long illness. He was 83.