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The Internet pretty much freaked out when Sophie Turner tweeted a still from X-Men: Apocalypse which featured a cameo from a popular character from the X-universe.
Pop Weekly’s Lauren Gallaway digs into The Doctor’s traveling companion, Tomb Raider’s Lara Croft, and the Twin Peaks cast. Plus, the latest news from the Star Wars and Marvel universes.
The second seasons of Grace and Frankie and Bloodline bloom, while the streaming giant enters the world of international programming with the French language political drama Marseille. That and more in our picks for what to watch on Netflix in May.
Here are some of the top entertainment news stories you need to start your day. Mark Gordon teams up with American Sniper producer for a new project while Alicia Vikander lands a huge role in an action-adventure reboot.
Between the shootouts, the kittens, and the George Michael soundtrack, Keanu combines a lot of things that don’t normally go together. But in the hands of Key and Peele, it somehow makes sense.
This 14-minute video below gives a generous behind-the-scenes look at the voice acting, blue/green screen work, and computer animated magic that brought the classic Rudyard Kipling tale to life.
When Hollywood tries to push a movie star on us, and we don’t respond, it makes us wonder what went wrong. But as the business itself continues to change, perhaps the larger question is this: does the movie star still matter?
Drama trends have been pretty consistent across the development and pilot seasons: remakes, soaps, and vertical integration. Underlying these, is the most consistent trend of them all: safety. Let’s get into our recap of the 2016 network drama pilots.
Here are some of the top entertainment news stories you need to start your day. Martin Scorsese circles a movie about a founding father, while Will Ferrell boards a comedy about another political figure.
In the new “Kitten Please” trailer for Keanu, everything is the same as the original trailer except for the fact that every single actor has been replaced with a cuddly cat.
Director Sam Mendes will take the seat at the head of the jury table at the 73rd Venice Film Festival, which runs from August 31 to September 10.
One X-Men fan is lobbying to dress the mutants in their original costumes from the comic books — bright colors and all. It may seem like a bad idea at first, but the more I think of it, the more it makes sense.
Film Independent, the non-profit group that produces the Independent Spirit Awards, unveiled the competition lineup for this year’s LA Film Festival, which runs June 1-9.
The end of pilot season is always a little bittersweet. On the one hand, we’ll get to see the visions of the writers come to life, with a select few making it to series. On the other hand, we have to wait another nine months for a new crop of pilot scripts to be released to the world. It’s time to recap this year’s 2016 network pilot season.
We’re living in an age where people can speculate for weeks about who is going to land which coveted part in a highly anticipated movie, only to have the news broken on Instagram by the person cast in the part or the movie’s producer – which, in some cases, are one in the same.
Here are some of the top entertainment news stories you need to start your day. Goosebumps writer Darren Lemke’s sci-fi thriller gets picked and Joaquin Phoenix looking to partner with John C. Reilly for a new comedy western.
A YouTube user wrote a heartfelt comment in response to a video about video games. Launch Pad alum, John Wikstrom saw this and decided to make an entire short inspired by the comment — and the result was surprisingly emotional.
It’s truly remarkable to see a movie filled with the talents of Jessica Chastain, Emily Blunt, Charlize Theron, and Chris Hemsworth that involves dwarves, evil queens, ice magic, and giant goblins manage to be completely forgettable.
Here are some of the top entertainment news stories you need to start your day. Steven Yuen has joined the star-studded cast of Bong Joon-Ho’s next film while Netflix emerges as the true winner of the Peabody Awards.
It’s fellowship season! We’re sorting through some of the industry’s most competitive – and successful – writing programs to help you decide which is the best one for you.
Can you imagine Game Of Thrones without Jon Snow? Neither can we and in today’s Things We Love, Fullscreen’s Katie Wilson shows us why Meghan Trainor goes perfectly with a dash of Snow.
Pop Weekly’s Lauren Gallaway breaks down the first trailers for The Magnificent Seven and Jason Bourne, and the news that Iron Man will officially make a fly-by appearance in Sony’s Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Here are some of the top entertainment news stories you need to start your day. Scarlett Johansson is set to enter the Jazz Age in a new film while her fellow Avenger snags a role in another Marvel movie.
Fox has boosted development to cover American Idol’s exit and fill nearly 40 hours or programming. So this year’s order of 11 pilots is up from last year’s 6. That said, Fox isn’t really looking to take risks. Let’s take a look at what’s in the works in our preview of Fox’s Drama Pilots.
The Great Purple One not only revolutionized and changed the music industry from the very beginning of his career, but he also blessed the film and TV industry with his God-like presence and talent. Here are just some of his memorable movie and television moments.
With the Golden Globes making such sweeping changes in an effort at self-improvement, it made me think that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences could stand to do the same. I won’t hold my breath, of course, but if they do decide to make some changes, I have some suggestions.
Ever wonder what Star Wars: The Force Awakens would look like with more garlic bread? Well, wonder no more.
Here are some of the top entertainment news stories you need to start your day. The portrait of Planned Parenthood founder hits the rights market and Willem Dafoe is ready for a new role in another comic book movie.