The first trailer for Kingsmen: The Golden Circle ends with Channing Tatum saying “fuck yeah!” and we’d like to echo that on behalf of fans, who will no doubt be quite pleased with the star-studded sequel.
Universal Pictures delivered an uneven presentation at CinemaCon, which included a surprise screening of Fate of the Furious, following by the studio’s sister label Focus Feature, celebrating its 15th anniversary with an intriguing 2017 slate.
As the his series on the state of the comic industry comes to a close, Neil Turitz takes a positive look towards the future of comics to remind us that the industry is on the upswing and has no intentions of coming down anytiem soon.
Season 1, Episode 14 – Agent Wells’ investigation into the Capitol bombing encounters some surprising and important new information. Meanwhile, a conflict in an African country forces President Kirkman to rely on a new ally for help.
Starz’s new series American Gods, from Bryan Fuller and Michael Green based on the Neil Gaiman novel, may be a month away but the network is tiding fans over with things like character posters and now a look at the title sequence.
Let the speculation on season seven begin! HBO has just dropped a new teaser trailer for Game of Thrones.
Season 5, Episode 18 – On this week’s Arrow, Oliver disbands Team Arrow and calls on Anatoly to take out Prometheus once and for all. Dig resists Oliver’s decision and tries to get through to him. Meanwhile, Felicity continues to work with Helix.
Season 2, Episode 4 – On this week’s Underground, we come to find how Cato found his current station. Noah and Cato come to blows over the past and Elizabeth finds satisfaction in her activism, as well as the price paid for it.
The second installment of Shots Fired opened with deceased teen Jesse Carr’s father approaching Deputy James Beck as he arrives home. Gun in hand, Carr’s anger and heartbreak is more than understandable.
Season 4, Episode 19 – The Goldbergs proves yet again that the show still packs a humorous punchline in “A Night to Remember.” With several laugh-out-loud moments involving absurd character traits, the show continues to build strength in its humor as the season begins to wind down.
The Executive Administrative Assistant will report to the SVP of Distribution and will provide high-level administrative support on a day to day basis.
Season 2, Episode 10 – The Expanse‘s “Cascade” doesn’t just balance all the Belter, Earther, and Martian plots against each other but it manages to leave enough time and space for the characters to process all of the world-changing events that are happening to them even as those events march on around them.
Season 1, Episode 8 – “Chapter 8” confirms that Legion is a mess but its a pretty mess so at least it has that going for it. Overall, the series has muddled plot arcs and inconsistent characterization spending the majority of its energy on artistic visuals that ultimately feel hollow without any narrative substance behind them.
Season 4, Episode 8 – As one door closes, another opens on this week’s The 100. As things get dire in the lab on Becca’s island, Clarke and the group must question how far are they willing to go to survive. Meanwhile, Jaha may have actually found salvation through the form of an epiphany.
Season 2, Episode 10 – The Magicians returns with a fun time line shifting, drug induced shade visiting, overdue book tracking down, fairies waiting to steal babies tale. This show has the ability to be incredibly enjoyable to watch, and this episode hits all the right notes.
Season 3, Episode 11 – Empire hits this week’s episode with a shotgun spray’s worth of plot. Everything is covered this week and it’s hard to follow with what feels like major details. Not only does it seem like Anika is about to bring Empire down, but we’re also introduced to a guy named Danger. Any other show, Danger would’ve received the A Plot, this week, I’m not even sure if Danger is in the alphabet.
Season 3, Episode 19 –Black-ish tarnishes its reputation and brand by casting Chris Brown this week. This problematic decision is made all the more hypocritical by the fact that this episode is about representation in media.
Breakout star of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Alison Sudol lands a role in The Last Full Measure and Netflix renews Santa Clarita Diet for a second season. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
Pixar’s next animated feature Coco doesn’t open in theaters until November 22, but the animation giant has decided to provide an amuse bouche in the form of a “short tail” titled Dante’s Lunch starring the canine to Coco‘s hero Miguel.
The new trailer shows that the film is looking to be STX’s first big blockbuster as it sticks to The Fifth Element director’s knack for seductive sci-fi visuals and wild intergalactic action.
After a surprising and bittersweet season finale, Hulu has renewed The Mindy Project for a sixth and final season. The series has had its shares of ups and downs, but a final season is a perfect opportunity for the show to have the ending it deserves.
It’s not often that a movie trailer can make one soil themselves. The new teaser trailer for the Warner Bros. revamp of the Stephen King classic It is here to change all that.
Season 1, Episode 8 – This week’s Imposters offers up an almost comical amount of twists, as the game of cat-and-mouse between the cons and their marks begins. Maddie becomes aware that Patrick is an FBI agent, and enlists Richard, Ezra and Jules in her plan to get out of their predicament.
Season 1, Episode 5-6 – Both episodes of Trial & Error were consistently funny, but the writers can take a clue when to let a joke die.
Season 5, Episode 4 –The Americans get assigned a couple of single targets in Kansas but one of them plays hard to get. Mischa gets very close to meeting Philip. Paige conducts her own rogue espionage operation. Oleg gets a break in his corruption investigation and reveals his dangerous situation to his mother who gives him perfect advice.