Another giant-size edition! First up, RT editors Sarah Ricard, Ryan Fujitani, and Tim Ryan talk about this week's new movies (The Other Woman, Brick Mansions, and The Quiet Ones). Then Grae and Matt have an extended interview with Mad Men star Jared Harris about his new movie, The Quiet Ones.
Louis CK is considered one of the best comedians of our time, but his FX show, Louie, still flies under the radar for many TV viewers. With season four premiering May 5, and the first three seasons available to stream on every major service, this is the perfect time to binge Louie. Here's what you need to know before you walk the mean and hilarious streets of NYC with Louis CK.
Chris Klein is probably best known as Chris "Oz" Ostreicher, one of four high school pals who famously sought to lose their virginity in 1999's American Pie, but he's amassed quite an eclectic filmography. Currently, Klein stars alongside Kaley Cuoco in Authors Anonymous, a comedy about a group of struggling writers learning to cope with the sudden success of one of its members. We got the chance to speak with Klein about his Five Favorite Films, which proved to be somewhat revealing about his own personality. Read on for his selections.
Leslie Mann, Cameron Diaz, Kate Upton, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and Taylor Kinney star in The Other Woman. Grae Drake asks the hard-hitting questions about their worst break ups, and how it felt to wear someone else's nipples.
From the moment she made Jim Carrey's eyes pop out of his skull in The Mask, it was clear Cameron Diaz was a star in the making -- and she immediately started making good on that promise, building a diverse filmography that boasts an impressive number of box office hits. Along the way, Diaz has also accumulated a fair bit of critical acclaim -- and since she's returning to theaters this week with Leslie Mann and Kate Upton in director Nick Cassavetes' The Other Woman, we thought it was high time to take a look back at some of her proudest moments. That's right, film fans -- it's time to Total Recall!
In The Quiet Ones, an intriguing yet unhinged professor conducts a series of experiments on a young woman. The professor aims to disprove the supernatural world and, as these things have it, may end up doing the very opposite. This weeks 24 Frames gallery looks at experiments gone wrong over the past century.