Here's a special edition of the Weekly Ketchup, looking back at the biggest stories to come out of San Diego Comic-Con this year. Alphabetically, the movies covered include Ant-Man, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Dark Universe, Deadpool, Doctor Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy 2, a possible Iron Man 4, The Last of Us, Shazam, The Sinister Six, Skull Island, and Wonder Woman.
Team Tomato is a little bleary-eyed, recovering from San Diego Comic-Con, but they're still up for recapping the 'Gladys,' the fifth episode of The Leftovers. This is spoiler-heavy discussion, so don't listen if you haven't already watched it!
There aren't many huge releases this week, but you're probably more interested in the development news coming out of Comic-Con, so we'll keep this one relatively short. Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic hits shelves this week, along with Nick Cassavetes' scorned woman revenge comedy. Then we've got a handful of films that got a limited release in theaters, a Criterion edition of a celebrated Lawrence Kasdan drama, and a collection of Werner Herzog films. Read on for details.
In a sit-down at Comic-Con with the cast of BBC America's Orphan Black on Friday, Rotten Tomatoes picked up some fun facts about life on the set and what the actors think of their characters. [Caution: season two spoilers within!]
The CW's hit show The Originals returns October 6 at 8 p.m. Rebekah is back and Hayley is out for blood! All while Klaus and Elijah team up to take down...their parents. Check out the trailer that premiered at Comic-Con.
Even if you were unable to attend A&E's Bates Motel panel at Comic-Con Friday afternoon, you can still see this hilarious behind-the-scenes "audition tape" with Vera Farmiga, Freddie Highmore, Nestor Carbonell, Olivia Cooke, and Max Thieriot.
Scarlett Johansson's brains beat Dwayne Johnson's brawn in a head-to-head showdown between star-driven summer action films. The sci-fi thriller Lucy attracted a larger crowd and captured the number one spot while the epic adventure Hercules enjoyed a fine debut in the runner-up spot connecting with its own fan base. Overall ticket sales were about even with last week, but fell below last year's levels for the seventh consecutive weekend.
It's our final podcast from San Diego Comic-Con. On the third day of the convention, Team Tomato shares interviews with Wil Wheaton, Boxtrolls stars Elle Fanning and Isaac Hempstead-Wright, V/O actress Tara Strong, Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller, Mondo CEO Justin Ishmael, and Her Universe founder Ashley Eckstein.
We're gonna be honest with you: We're not even sure what happened in this interview. But it would appear that when you get Rob Riggle, Keegan-Michael Key, and Damon Wayans Jr. together, you get a lot of sexy talk about guns and cars, a lot of screaming, and a lot of extreme close-ups.
Comic-Con unleashed yet another exciting TV trailer, this time for The History Channel's gritty action/drama Vikings. Watch the trailer below, then prepare for the third season, which will premiere in 2015.