Category Archives: Features
We’ve partnered with the ISA Spotlight to provide the opportunity to highlight the winning screenplays and to introduce you to these talented writers. The Hitchcock by Andy Maycock, The Kindred by LS Garvey, and That’s Basketball by Cory Soukup took home the Grand Prizes for the 2016 Park City Table Read My Screenplay Contest.
Here are the top entertainment news stories you need to start your day. The Super Bowl sees some amazing new trailers debut, The Coen Brothers have a great weekend at the box office, and Jigsaw is back.
There’s an inherent hilarity in the title itself that conjures up terrific images of the British upper class dealing with table manners in between zombie attacks. Unfortunately, the moments that play up the fun of the mash-up are few and far between.
Here are the biggest entertainment news stories you need to start your day. This weekend, The Revenant director took home the top prize at the DGAs, the NAACP Image Awards celebrated diversity in entertainment, while Super Bowl 50 featured some great new trailers.
Fans of the “Merc with a mouth” will relish in the obnoxious wisecracks, dirty jokes, and, of course, undeniable sex appeal of Deadpool. And while Ryan Reynolds brings the title character to life, the rest of the movie struggles to keep up with him.
Pop Weekly’s Lauren Gallaway recaps some of the big TV casting announcements, breaks down the new Fantastic Beasts featurette and dishes on The Flash / Supergirl crossover episode.
Here are a few of the top entertainment stories you need to start your day. Woody Harrelson finds his next hustle, James Franco has yet another surprising project in the works, and Kung Fu Panda 3 maintains its global dominance.
It’s #TB Thursday, which means we’re looking back at an influential piece of entertainment history to reflect on how it shaped our pop cultural perspectives. This week, in honor of the Coen Brothers’ latest Hail, Caesar!, Josh Lyons abides and returns to the “Los An’galees” of 1998’s cult classic The Big Lebowski.
Director Steve Petersen has brought Craig Fernandez’s feature script Erebus to life in the form of a proof-of-concept short film–and it serves up some serious sci-fi action realness.
Here are a few of the top entertainment stories you need to start your day. Key & Peele will cover the Superbowl, Bryan Singer has officially boarded Fox’s 20,000 Leagues adaptation, and Sumner Redstone gives up the reigns.
With Hail, Caesar!, The Coen Brothers serve up a meandering buffer film filled with plenty of Coen-isms to keep their fanbase of cinephiles satisfied until they release their next soul-stirring drama.
Squarespace has announced that Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele will provide live commentary during Super Bowl 50 on Sunday–in character, no less.
These are just a few of the top entertainment stories you need to start your day. Zac Efron is set to produce a Wall Street satire, Rogen teams with Hader and Galifianakis for a new space comedy, and SXSW releases its killer 2016 lineup.
SXSW reveals programming for Midnighters, Special Events, Short Film lineup and festival favorites including Morris From America and Hunt for the Wilderpeople.
Dirty Grandpa star Zac Efron is set to produce Straight to Hell, Paramount’s feature adaptation of John LeFevre’s tell-all, Straight to Hell: True Tales of Deviance, Debauchery, and Billion-Dollar Deals.
In the weeks leading up to the Oscars, we’ll be looking back at some of our reviews for this year’s Best Picture nominees. Today, we’re revisiting Wil Loper’s review of Steven Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies, which is up for six awards.
These are a few of the top entertainment news stories you need to start your day. Kung Fu Panda 3 dominates the box office, there’s a few new residents moving into Twin Peaks, and Leo gets into the YA game.
Another Sundance Film Festival has been logged in the books and there were some record-breaking deals, some polarizing films, some VERY early Oscar buzz, and a movie that was dubbed the “farting corpse movie”.
Kung Fu Panda 3 gets a lot right. Gorgeous animation, thrilling fight sequences, and a formidable villain are among its strengths. It’s the unfocused storyline, meandering plot, and dialogue-heavy scenes where the movie falters.
Grand Jury Prizes and Audience Awards were handed out to the top films and three more big deals were made as the Sundance Film Festival of 2016 came to a close.
With winter hiatus coming to an end, we’re still waiting to hear news of cancellations coming out of the networks. Such news does not appear to be arriving any time soon, as the big five continue to stay mum on the future of their current series and focus on developing new ones. Plus, your weekly recap of the latest developments in this year’s pilot season.
Your guide to the exclusive parties and events at this year’s Sundance Film Festival! Get exclusive info on over 350 parties, events, lounges and panels! (This list will be updated as the event goes on!)
This week, Lauren breaks down the latest news with the upcoming Nicktoons movie and Barbie’s body-positive new look. Plus, Warcraft, Angry Birds, Trolls and Kubo and The Two Strings have new trailers!
Audiences love a good underdog movie. Sometimes those movies are genuinely tear-jerking, while other times they’re smothered in so much cheese that they become unintentional parodies of the genre. Eddie The Eagle straddles the line between the two.
Two more big deals for movies with Nick Jonas and Kim Jong-il (yes, that Kim Jong-il) have been made as the Sundance Film Festival enters its final days.
The 2016 Slamdance Film Festival has announced the winners for its Narrative, Documentary, Short Film and Audience Awards.
With a bitter chill in the air and Valentine’s Day on the way, our access to never-ending streaming content is more important than ever. Here’s the complete list of the new movies and shows coming to Netflix in February.
Park Chan-wook is known for directing visually stunning, yet brutal films that explore dark subject matter, which makes him the perfect choice to steer the feature adaptation of Japanese science fiction writer Project Itoh’s novel, Genocidal Organ.