This week's Ketchup includes top movie development news stories for such titles as Blade Runner 2, Captain Marvel, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (the Harry Potter spinoff), Flash Gordon, Pitch Perfect 3, and X-Men: Apocalypse.
An impressive milestone for a franchise that seems to have plenty left in the tank.
Executive producer Seth Rogen spilled the beans via Twitter.
Hit up the Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 premiere with Kevin James in our picture gallery!
This week, Christy talks about the latest documentary from Disneynature, the follow-up to a Kevin James comedy, and on DVD, Tim Burton's true story about painter Margaret Keane. Read on for details.
This week at the movies, we've got a silly security guard (Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, starring Kevin James and Raini Rodriguez), tech-savvy teens (Unfriended, starring Shelley Hennig and Renee Olstead), and parental primates (the Disneynature documentary Monkey Kingdom). What do the critics have to say?
At this years Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim, fans were treated to a first look at the second teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Though director JJ Abrams and producer Kathleen Kennedy didn't give away too much about the story, there are a lot of hints and clues in this new teaser. We've taken a shot-by-shot look at the new teaser to see what might be in store in the upcoming Star Wars movie. But beware - some of this speculation could be considered spoiler territory.
He's reportedly set to star opposite Harrison Ford in the follow-up to Ridley Scott's sci-fi classic.
This week in TV news, Amazon streams free Orphan Black while Netflix offers up audio descriptions for Marvel's Daredevil. Plus, Game of Thrones smashes ratings records, Orange Is the New Black promises another season, and NBC is off to Emerald City!
The festival's 2015 lineup also includes new films from Woody Allen, Todd Haynes, and Gus Van Sant.
It's looking like an eighth season for the ABC hit is in the cards.
Two newly colorized episodes will air on May 17.
Justified has its final showdown Tuesday night on FX. Was it a satisfying ending to the series' six-season run? The critics thought so! [Caution: Spoilers Within]
Jenkins, who was the first director to be hired for "Thor: The Dark World," steps in for the recently departed Michelle MacLaren.
People love to laugh at Segways, mall cops, and mustaches, and the box office receipts for 2009's Paul Blart: Mall Cop offer more than $180 million worth of proof. This weekend, Kevin James jumps back into the line of fire in the descriptively titled Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, and although we applaud him for refusing to argue with success, we somehow doubt critics will be willing to give this movie the same amount of slack -- and with that in mind, we went about assembling a list of some of the worst-reviewed Number Twos in cinematic history. Roll up your sleeves and hold your nose, because we're droppin' deuces Total Recall style!
The long-gestating project is now at Relativity after languishing at Warner Bros.
First-quarter results mark a record for the streaming giant.
In honor of Tax Day 2015, here are 24 times the government overspent your money in movies and TV (because this sort of thing never happens in real life).
Shelley Hennig, Moses Jacob Storm, Will Peltz, Courtney Halverson, and Jacob Wysocki star in Unfriended, a supernatural tale about friends who are haunted by a mysterious presence they suspect could be their dead friend. Grae Drake dialed into their Skype session to find out who they would unfriend in real life.
Fox wants the "Kingsman" director to launch a fresh franchise out of the venerable sci-fi hero.