Springfield's finest will be back for Seasons 27 and 28 -- bringing the show's episode total to 625.
This week on home video, we've got a couple of Oscar nominees (including one that actually took home a trophy), a much anticipated book adaptation for the ladies, a few Certified Fresh TV seasons, and a number of smaller films of varying degrees of quality. Read on for the full list.
...And he's Will Poulter ("We're the Millers").
Lionsgate is officially moving forward with a sequel.
A slew of new photos ? and details about the film ? courtesy of an Annie Leibovitz shoot published in the new Vanity Fair.
Say hello to Roland Emmerich's new President of the United States.
Frank Irving won't be back for Season Three.
Dan Auiler, author of "Vertigo: The Making of a Hitchcock Classic," shares the behind-the-scenes story of how a crucial sequence was edited out -- then put back in at the last minute.
It didn't match lofty industry expectations, however the super hero jumbo-pack sequel Avengers: Age of Ultron still did colossal business and generated the second biggest opening weekend of all-time with an estimated $187.7M. That was 10% below the record $207.4M of its predecessor The Avengers from this same weekend in 2012, but ahead of every other movie in history as it kicked off another busy summer movie season.
"Creative differences" strike again.
This week's Ketchup covers ten top stories from the world of film development news, including stories about such movies as Death Note, Independence Day 2, Robotech, and Avatar 5.
Summertime is synonymous with the biggest, boldest movies that Hollywood has to offer. Nothing wrong with that, of course, but if you're in the mood for something off the beaten path, there are ample treasures to be found this season. Here are just a few of the smaller releases that we at Rotten Tomatoes think are worth your time.
This week, Christy gives us the lowdown on the big budget sequel to the Marvel behemoth The Avengers, the latest adaptation of a Thomas Hardy novel, and on DVD, the well-received adaptation of a beloved British children's book. Read on for details.
Two years ago, the Chicago Film Critics Association wanted to shine a spotlight on new films that its members felt were worthy of more recognition, and the Chicago Critics Film Festival was born. With guests ranging from Sarah Polley and David Wain to Dick Miller and William Friedkin, the fest has sought to highlight both veteran filmmakers and emerging talent, and it's the only one of its kind to be hosted and curated by members of a film critics organization. With the third annual CCFF kicking off today, RT interviewed Erik Childress, writer for eFilmcritic and WGN Radio and the founder of the festival, to find out how it came about and what its philosophy is.
As the old saying goes, April showers bring May binge-watching, and you have plenty to choose from this month. From the sweeping gangster epic Boardwalk Empire now on DVD, to the zippy tech drama Halt and Catch Fire returning for season two, you can be sure to never glimpse a single petal of those May flowers!
This week in TV news, Hulu is giving you nine seasons of Seinfeld while NBC wants you to binge-watch Aquarius. Plus, Roots heads for a re-boot, but Helix and Revenge reach the end of the line.
In documentarian Albert Maysles film Iris, he illustrates how the life of fashionista Iris Apfel continues long past any trend on the runway. Grae Drake finds out how from the woman herself how to live life to the fullest, Iris-style.
This week at the movies, we've got just one wide release: the hotly-anticipated Marvel superhero extravaganza Avengers: Age of Ultron, starring Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, and Mark Ruffalo. What do the critics have to say?
Carey Mulligan, Matthias Schoenaerts, and Michael Sheen all star in Far From the Madding Crowd. It might seem on the surface like a period piece adapted from the Thomas Hardy novel (and it is), but Grae Drake thinks they were the first real-life superheroes.
Superheroes were out in force to talk about Avengers: Age of Ultron with Grae Drake. Director Joss Whedon and stars Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, Cobie Smulders, James Spader, and Paul Bettany share what Hulk tastes like, Kevin Feige's true identity, and how paychecks help soften any kind of makeup hell you find yourself in.