This week on home video, we've got the latest installment of Michael Bay's Transformers franchise, Jon Favreau's indie hit, and the complete series of a hit Fox show that came back to television for a limited run earlier this year. On top of that, we've got a bunch of smaller releases starring the likes of Amy Poehler, Aaron Paul, Sam Shepard, Liam Neeson, Mila Kunis, and more. Read on for details.
Key and Peele are accustomed to an environment where hilarity is the norm. Four seasons in, they continue to make seriousness silly and take silliness seriously. Constantly upping the ante -- not only in terms of production, but also in terms of making each other laugh -- the comedy duo strives to stay true to what audiences expect while keeping the show fresh for themselves.
Sarah Ricard, Tim Ryan, Ryan Fujitani, and Marya E. Gates of Team Tomato recap 'Cuanto,' the fourth episode of season five of 'Boardwalk Empire,' and they share their thoughts on Margaret, Nucky, Capone, Val Alden, and Sally Wheet.
Solid season openers for two returning vets.
On droid slavery and "Empire Strikes Back."
He's been approached about an appearance in the next sequel, but whether or not that all works out, he'll definitely be hosting an online cooking show.
Johnson says Akiva Goldsman is writing the script.
They'll rack up plenty of frequent flyer miles, too -- the thriller is shooting in Luxembourg, Munich, Berlin, and South America.
The "Easy Money II: Hard to Kill" director is in talks to step in for the departed Fredrik Bond.
A joking invitation from Channing Tatum has blossomed into something more.
North American audiences came out in big numbers to see Denzel Washington fight for the little guy as his latest action thriller The Equalizer opened at number one selling an estimated $35M worth of tickets. It was the third largest debut of the double Oscar winner's career behind just American Gangster ($43.6M in 2007) and Safe House ($40.2M in 2012) and proved once again how bankable and consistent he is as a box office draw. Over the past decade, every single one of Washington's 12 starring vehicles has debuted north of $20M and was among the top three for its opening weekend. Half of them reached the number one spot.
The fourth season of The Walking Dead is hitting Netflix this weekend, so now you've got a great opportunity to get caught up on AMC's hit horror series in time for the premiere of season five next month. Here's what you need to know to get started!
This week's Ketchup covers over ten stories from the "film development" angle, including the newest reports about the science fiction sequels Prometheus 2 and Star Trek 3, and the two zombie movies featuring Game of Thrones cast members.
This week, Christy offers her take on The Boxtrolls, the latest stop-motion animated treat from Laika, the studio that previously brought us Coraline and ParaNorman.
In this TV edition of Review Roundup, Senior Editor Grae Drake shares the Tomatometer scores for ABC's new shows black-ish and How to Get Away With Murder. Watch now!
This week's show kicks off with Sarah discussing new TV shows, including How to Get Away With Murder, Gotham, and Transparent. Then Ryan discusses two new home video releases, Neighbors and The Rover, and Tims talks about new movies, including The Boxtrolls and The Equalizer. Finally, Matt and Grae interview The Equalizer director Antoine Fuqua. (If you want to skip to the interview, it starts at 39:37.)
This week at the movies, we've got misunderstood monsters (The Boxtrolls, featuring voice performances from Elle Fanning and Ben Kingsley) and an enigmatic vigilante (The Equalizer, starring Denzel Washington and ChloŽ Grace Moretz). What do the critics have to say?
"How to Get Away with Murder," "Scandal," and "Grey's Anataomy" help ABC cruise to its biggest Thursday numbers in a long time.
Blame "Star Wars."
She could take a leading role among an intriguing cast that includes Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn.