It's Thanksgiving, which means it's time to sit around and stuff your face and talk about what you're thankful for -- that might be your friends, your job, or your health. For us, it's all of that, sure, but it's also movies and TV, obviously
In 1987, John Hughes released 'Planes, Trains and Automobiles,' starring Steve Martin as a man just trying to make it home for Thanksgiving when he's saddled with an obnoxious shower ring salesman -- played by John Candy -- as a traveling companion. The two spend the next three days going from one misadventure to the next as they try to get along and make it through the hellish holiday travel season. 26 years later, we revisit the cast of Hughes' comedy classic -- just in time for Thanksgiving -- and see what they're up to now.
‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 shambles out its seventh entry with Sunday’s “Dead Weight,” but how does it hold up to the comic book continuity? The Governor falls back into old habits with his new camp, setting his sights on the prison once more, so what’s next for ‘The Walking Dead’ as the fourth season continues?
As AMC’s incarnation weaves in and out of storylines from the books and adds its own original characters and developments, we’ve compiled an in-depth guide for fans of the comic as well as AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’ to enjoy! Check it all the comparisons we found, and let us know your thoughts on ‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 episode 7 “Dead Weight” in the comments below!
The holiday season is upon us. The next two months will see millions of people all over the world traveling home to see their families and, since this is the 21st century, avoiding conversation with them by putting on Netflix
In 1993, the Addams Family returned to the big screen with 'Addams Family Values,' a darkly comic sequel in which murder-obsessed tweens Wednesday and Pugsley are sent off to summer camp after their parents have a new baby, and Uncle Fester gets more than he bargained for when he thinks he's met the love of his life. Arguably better than the first film (and even nominated for an Oscar for Best Art Direction), it's hard to believe it's been 20 years since this Addams sequel hit theaters. Join us as we take a look back at the creepy and kooky cast of the film and see what they're up to now.
Time to set your DVR!
For many families, the holiday season is all about decorating Christmas trees, hanging stockings by the chimney with care, roasting chestnuts on an open fire and, of course, settling down in front of the television for hours of seasonal entertainment. Like every year, the final weeks of 2013 are jam-packed with holiday TV specials - from classic animated shorts to holiday-themed specials to some of the greatest movies of all time. Don't miss 'The Grinch,' 'Frosty the Snowman' or 'Charlie Brown' this year! Here's your comprehensive schedule of when your favorite holiday classic will be on TV!
Adam McKay is releasing a new film in December, and it’s kind of a big deal.
'Anchorman 2,' one of the few films that truly earns the description “highly anticipated,” arrives in theaters December 20, and the filmmaker is in the final days of editing the film down, paring out superfluous bits, rejiggering set pieces, and swapping out jokes to ensure that audiences thoroughly split their sides watching the overdue reunion of Ron Burgundy, Veronica Corningstone, Champ Kind, Brian Fantana and Brick Tamland.
McKay invited us inside the 'Anchorman 2' edit bay, where he showcased a couple of scenes from the film and offered a few details about what audiences might expect to see. In addition to elaborating on possible plans to release multiple versions of the film in the same way they did with the original 'Anchorman,' McKay explained their massively complicated process of arranging and assembling all of the footage they shoot, and offered perspective on the longevity and the legacy of Anchorman, as Burgundy and his news team prepare to return to the screen.
And, he's such a nice guy, he even gave us three new 'Anchorman 2' posters to share with you featuring James Marsden, Meagan Good and a hilarious Kristen Wiig.
The “Girl On Fire” set the box office ablaze over the weekend as the Jennifer Lawrence-led ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ burned up and estimated $161 million in domestic ticket sales. It surpassed the opening-weekend number for the original ‘Hunger Games’ film, but fell a bit short of the ‘Iron Man 3’ opening number, which still stands as the highest opening of 2013.
The future of the ‘Hunger Games’ series isn’t in doubt. Long before ‘Catching Fire’ opened, Lionsgate already set the wheels in motion for an adaptation of ‘Mockingjay,’ the third and final book in Suzanne Collins’ YA literary series. And since large chunks of filming on ‘Mockingjay’ have been completed, we know a good deal about the upcoming sequel. Such as …
Looking for stocking stuffers or last minute gift ideas this holiday season? Or maybe you're just looking to splurge on a gift for yourself -- there's no shame in that! There's plenty of great movies heading to DVD and Blu-ray this December, ranging from huge hits to indie favorites and everything in between. Read on for our guide what's headed to home media this month!
It's the holiday season, and what better way to celebrate than by taking yourself and your friends and family to the movies! December is packed with new releases, whether you're in the mood for action and adventure, heartwarming drama, laughs with the family, or a brand new Martin Scorsese film -- there's something for everyone this Christmas. Read on for our guide to the new movie releases hitting theaters this December!