This week at the movies, we've got a conflicted robot (Chappie, starring Sharlto Copley and Dev Patel), traveling businessmen (Unfinished Business, starring Vince Vaughn and Dave Franco), and spry seniors (The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, starring Judi Dench and Maggie Smith). What do the critics have to say?
Since the robot Chappie is so influenced by the He-Man cartoon, Grae Drake asks Hugh Jackman, Sigourney Weaver, and Sharlto Copley about who or what shaped their childhoods.
That's the scoop straight from director James Mangold.
The longtime "Daily Show" favorite is moving to TBS.
When asking Dave Franco, star of the new comedy Unfinished Business, about his favorite movies, we got some sexy answers. Read the list here where Franco discusses his enjoyment of sex in film, as long as it's "classy," and his love of horror.
Sylvester Stallone is producing the show, which is set up at Fox.
Janney joins a cast that already included Eva Green, Asa Butterfield, Ella Purnell and Samuel L. Jackson.
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel made more than $135 million worldwide while offering a handful of finely seasoned veteran actors a chance to prove that Hollywood doesn't always have to be youth-obsessed -- and this weekend, the old gang is back together (with a couple of new additions) for the sequel, the sensibly titled The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. This gives us the perfect opportunity to pay tribute to returning Exotic star Judi Dench, whose long list of well-received roles includes everything from Merchant Ivory period pieces to a long stint as M in the James Bond franchise. You won't find any of her 007 movies on this list, because they missed the cut after we added up and averaged out their scores, but that's just another testament to the strength of Dame Dench's filmography. It's time for Total Recall!
This week in TV news, we learn that Zachary Quinto is going to Hannibal in season three. Plus, HBO closes in on its standalone service, Judge Judy closes a five-year contract, Maggie Smith clears the air about Downton Abbey, and FXX doubles down on Man Seeking Woman!
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel revisits Sonny's home for the "elderly and beautiful," and stars Dame Judi Dench, Lillete Dubey, Tina Desai, and Celia Imrie. Grae Drake gets them to admit to their secret hotel behaviors in their real lives, and dances Bollywood-style with the Dame herself.
On Thursday, USA will air the first episode of Dig, an event series starring Jason Isaacs (The Patriot, the Harry Potter films) and Anne Heche (Hung, Six Days Seven Nights). With layers of intrigue on and off the screen, we thought we'd give you a primer on what to expect from USA's new 10-part action thriller.
Once part of a global mechanized police force, Chappie is now on the run, having learned how to think and feel and twerk to Die Antwoord -- a real slap to the face of the status quo. In this week's 24 Frames picture gallery, Chappie joins 23 more dangerous robots that collapsed space empires, enslaved mutants, adopted kids for the booze money, and some that took the whole 'kill all mankind' thing way too seriously.
Team Tomato is tackling season one of Better Call Saul with a weekly podcast. Hear our in-depth analysis of every episode each week as we follow Jimmy McGill's transformation into Saul Goodman. And beware -- plenty of spoilers within!
Fox's freshman soap is cleaning up against the competition.
"It's got a lot of sinew in it."
A "mega-marathon" featuring all 11 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films, starting with "Iron Man" and ending with "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
The studio has hired "Ice Age 5" writer Michael Berg to pen a new screenplay based on the award-winning Robert C. O'Brien novel, previously adapted for 1982's "The Secret of NIMH."
Stevens will play the Beast to Emma Watson's Belle in the live-action project, while Evans is set to play Gaston.
Cody's been called in to brush up the Sony live-action project, which "will follow Barbie in a contemporary setting."
Fox is developing a film based on the George MacDonald Fraser book series, previously used as the inspiration for 1975's "Royal Flash."