Category Archives: Features
After years of sporadic seasons and rumors of a feature, Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie is finally here – and it’s just as fantastic as its title suggests.
Ah, the mixtape. That carefully curated playlist compiled on an audio cassette which could make or break a college road trip – or a high school romance. With the advent of iPods and mp3s, the mixtape more or less went the way of the Spice Girls, but now Netflix is determined to bring it back – in spirit, at least.
While I like San Diego quite a bit and consider it one of our lovelier cities, you will not find me anywhere near it this weekend because Comic-Con has lost all value for the geeks out there. It’s still an event because we allow the studios to tell us it’s an event, because they’ve taken it over to sell their products to an information hungry fan culture.
Comic-Con kicks off with plenty of news, including the end of MTV’s Teen Wolf, while Matthew McConaughey is making another run at Oscar Gold. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
Twenty years after its release, Trainspotting hasn’t aged a day. We take a look at the Danny Boyle’s iconic tale of angst, rebellion, addiction and redemption.
Based on a short film, Lights Out should conjure up scares that would make for an entertaining summer horror flick but ends up having the entertainment value of a haunted house in an elementary school cafeteria.
Grounded and emotionally wrought with feelings that are all too real for thirtysomethings stuck between Gen X and the Millennial generation, Don’t Think Twice cleverly confronts failure in the best way possible: with brutal honesty and bittersweet humor.
Garry Marshall was a prolific director and creator who touched countless people with his movies. However, it was his role in women’s lives that made the biggest impression, and The Princess Diaries was one of his many films that influenced many young girls.
If you’re headed to San Diego for Comic-Con 2016 you’ll need our Exclusive Party and Event Grid! We’ve added 25 new events to bring you over 300 panels, VIP parties & RSVP details! We’ll continue to update the list as we get closer to the big event, so you’ll have everything you need to keep the party going all week!
While Star Trek Beyond could do very well this weekend, last summer the Paramount executives would have scoffed at the idea that the studio’s highest grossing film of 2016 thus far would be a Will Ferrell comedy released on Christmas Day. Of the previous year.
Jenny Slate is the latest added to Jack Black’s The Polka King and Mike Tyson is set for a new prankster comedy. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
One of the best parts of The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (besides everything) are the varied and entertaining musical numbers. Now take a look behind the scenes of some of the best musical moments from Season 1!
The 54th New York Film Festival is set to open with the hot button topic of mass incarceration via Ava Duvernay’s documentary The 13th. The fest will serve as a stage for the world premiere of the film, which will later debut on Netflix and in limited theaters on Oct. 7.
Three comedy all-stars join Jack Black in The Polka King and Denzel Washington’s Fences gets am awards season release date. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
With new director Justin Lin manning the ship and a handful of new characters, the third installment brings us back to the final frontier with a crew that we have grown to love since the J.J. Abrams reboot in 2009. That said, there are a lot of interesting facts about the highly anticipated sequel that we learned.
It looks like the clock really is ticking on the career of Quentin Tarantino. He has hinted in the past that his filmography will end after his 10th picture, and last week, during a career retrospective in Jerusalem, he reiterated that — on the heels of his eighth movie, The Hateful Eight, released at Christmas — he’s only got two left in him.
From Star Wars Rebels Season 3, to a new virtual reality project, to controlling popular Resistance droid BB-8 with the Force, there was a lot to take in from Star Wars Celebration this weekend and we’ve got some of the coolest reveals for you!
First images of concept art from Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2 have been revealed and Star Wars: The Force Awakens makes its way to cable in September. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
With a strong cast and a new director in place, Star Trek Beyond stands out as one of the best big budget blockbusters of the summer — especially with the lackluster string of movies that have been dragging their feet to theaters as of late.
Pop Weekly’s Lauren Gallaway takes on the Emmy Nominations, the possibility of a live-action Pokémon movie, Fox’s brand new X-Men TV series that’s in development, and more!
Doing anything in Hollywood is like steering an aircraft carrier. It ain’t turning on a dime, but will, ideally, slowly but surely move into a different direction. This year’s Emmys show that the ATAS voting members are at least starting to evolve.
When the Academy Awards struggled under the #OscarsSoWhite tragedy, Emmy voters appeared more than thrilled to show off diverse casts and complex storytelling that took over a strong portion of television in the last year. But did the nominations reflect that enough?
Rob Reiner has added more actors to his all-star Iraq War drama and a different kind of Lost Boys sequel is in the works. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
Ghostbusters II gets a bad wrap and is often said to have sullied the reputation of the original. While it certainly doesn’t approach the lofty heights of its predecessor, the second installment of the franchise does offer plenty of laughs.
Last night, Jimmy Fallon got the opportunity to interview JoJo Fletcher (who looked curiously like actress Kristen Wiig), the current Bachelorette, on The Tonight Show and it went about as well as can be expected.
The first terrifying look at Pennywise from the It reboot has been revealed and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child may be coming to the big screen. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
To say that Sony’s film division has had a bit of a tough go lately might be an understatement. The email hack, the terrorist threat against The Interview, and a failure to clear the billion dollar mark in domestic grosses in 2015. But look a little closer, and it’s not necessarily as dire as it might appear.
Kung Fu Panda 3 co-director Jennifer Yuh Nelson to make her live-action debut and Catastrophe gets a two season renewal. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
Director Quentin Tarantino gave a great interview when he was he was honored at the Jerusalem Cinematheque last week, talking about his final films, his relationship with his actors, and more.
Gambit gets a production start date and set photos from Universal’s Mummy reboot gives us a first look at the titular classic monster. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.