This week, we learned details for the second seasons of Fargo and Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Plus, Better Call Saul gets a real-life billboard, Seinfeld gets Emoji-fied, and The Simpsons get the craziest TV binge ever.
From the football field to the professional wrestling arena to the big screen, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has dominated every field he's entered -- and with his latest action outing, Brett Ratner's Hercules, flexing its way into cineplexes this weekend, we figured now would be a pretty good time to honor that success by taking a fond look back at what he's been cooking at theaters since breaking into the movie business. Oil up those pecs, because it's time for Total Recall!
WGN America premieres Manhattan on Sunday, July 27. The network's second scripted show takes place in 1943 New Mexico during the Manhattan Project. In honor of WGN's new period drama, we've taken 40 television shows set in the past and presented them in historical order.
In And So It Goes, self-centered Michael Douglas gets a wakeup call when his estranged son shows up on his doorstep to drop off the granddaughter he never knew he had. In this week's 24 Frames picture gallery, we look at more dysfunctional family in the movies. It's a popular topic with audiences. Isn't that the point of driving somewhere with your family to sit in the dark and not have to talk to them?
This week on streaming video, we've got the fledgling installment of a new YA adaptation franchise, a documentary about internet activist Aaron Swartz, and some noteworthy choices on Netflix, including a PT Anderson's most recent drama and Michael Mann's Hannibal Lecter tale. Read on for details.
This week on home video, all of the major releases are unfortunately Rotten, including Wally Pfister's directorial debut, a spiritual book adaptation, Tyler Perry's latest, and a Schwarzenegger-powered action movie. Lucky for us, there are some worthy pickups in the reissue department, including a couple of films from Billy Wilder, an iconic miniseries, and Criterion releases of an acclaimed Norwegian thriller and a Jacques Demy collection. Read on for details.