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Lansky has had his work appear in numerous publications, including New York magazine, The Atlantic, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Billboard, The Huffington Post, Out, Grantland, and MTV.com.
Moviegoers with a penchant for keeping storylines neat and straight should make sure to pack a whiteboard and seven markers to take to the theater. Despite the convoluted story and retconning, if you can manage to put that aside, Terminator Genisys will manage to be an enjoyable time at the movies.
The novel follows an aging heiress of a prominent, wealthy American family who must come to terms with her clan’s dark legacy and the corrupting nature of wealth as long-buried lies and secrets bubble to the forefront.
Pitched as a contemporary Basketball Diaries in the vein of Augustin Burroughs and Bill Clegg, the non-fiction spans Lansky’s teenage years, providing a unique first-hand look at teenage adderall abuse set in the world of NYC’s elite private schools.
Centers on Prince Charming’s ugly, awkward twin brother, who must save the day when the kingdom falls into peril.
Jeremy Sisto has been cast in ABC’s Wicked City, Emily Kinney has joined Masters of Sex, while Ron Livingston, Anna Camp, and Vincent Kartheiser are set to lead Nat Geo’s miniseries Saints & Strangers
For the first time, and in its final season at that, we are seeing hero Tom Mason stray from his moral code. And even more surprisingly you may be finding yourself sympathizing with the very race trying to enslave and conquer the human race.
An accidental pregnancy causes a handsome English bachelor to re-evaluate his life.
To suggest that Inside Out and Jurassic World upset the competition is making light of Terminator Genisys‘ somewhat epic failure. Granted, Genisys beat out Jurassic World in the long 5-day stretch, but fell behind in the Friday-Sunday weekend by $2.2 million.
After an uneven and scattered feeling first two episodes, “Maybe Tomorrow,” the third episode in the season, tells a more coherent story and transitions from character to character more organically. That’s not to say that it has returned to the greatness of the first season. But, it’s an improvement.
Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey’s Temple Hill Entertainment has just signed a two-year overall deal with 20th Century Fox TV and has named Albert Page head of the division.
Centers on historical figure Ned Kelly, a notorious Australian bushranger who’s come to be regarded as a Robin Hood-like hero.
The Brink explores loyalty, punishment and a painfully infested penis in Baghdad My Ass and Alex Talbot holds the fate of two countries in his opportunistic hands.
The true story of a young carpenter from rural Germany who plots to assassinate Hitler in 1939 on the eve of World War II.
Follows a sex-obsessed journalist who shadows a Stanford-educated prostitute for a story.
Tina is a mid-teenage girl enjoying excessive parties and drugs during a hot Berlin summer together with her friends. But every night she is visited by an abysmally ugly creature. Her friends and parents think she’s crazy. But, slowly, Tina looses her disgust and discovers her own ego through contact with the creature.
Set in China during the Han dynasty (206-220 AD), Dragon Blade follows Huo An, an official framed and enslaved for a crime he didn’t commit. She meets Roman soldier and the pair begin to form an unlikely alliance.
A family who move into a remote milllhouse in Ireland find themselves in a fight for survival with demonic creatures living in the woods.
A Harvard-bound high school graduate and his slacker best friend take summer lifeguard jobs where they find their lives going in different directions.
The biggest intrigue from this week, what’s with the guy that killed Novo? Was it just for the fancy ring, or is there more going on there?
With “Contorno,” Hannibal stops reflecting on its past traumas and gives us a bit of forward momentum. It’s counter-productive to call this episode weird, but I was so enjoying all the psychological interludes that plot business begins to feel strange simply by its lack of Hannibal‘s patented weirdness.
Meet the most beloved sitcom horse of the ’90s – 20 years later. BoJack Horseman was the star of the hit TV show “Horsin’ Around,” but today he’s washed up, living in Hollywood, complaining about everything, and wearing colorful sweaters. This year… He’s really trying to be a better Horseman.
This week’s episode of Under The Dome was TWICE as good as the 2 hour premiere because it was HALF as long. If we can just get this show to stop existing, it’ll be at the top of its game.
Follows Anthony and Ian as they race to take down an embarrassing YouTube video on the eve of their fifth high school reunion before it ruins Anthony’s chances with his high school crush.
A roundup of this week’s Film and TV industry jobs!
The aging heiress of a prominent, wealthy American family must come to terms with her clan’s dark legacy and the corrupting nature of wealth as long-buried lies and secrets bubble to the forefront.