In 1999, Larry and Lana Wachowski unleashed their inventive feature 'The Matrix,' which followed computer programmer Neo (Keanu Reeves) as he learns that reality as we know it is simply a simulated one created by machines to keep humans under control. Neo discovers he is the "Chosen One" destined to lead a rebellion against the machines and free humans from their oppression. The film was wildly successful and spawned two sequels, an animated anthology, and a video game, and made the visionary Wachowskis a household name. Fifteen years later, we revisit the cast of this beloved contemporary sci-fi classic and see what they're up to now.
AMC zombie drama 'The Walking Dead' has divided critics and fans alike over the course of its first four seasons, weaving in and out of comic storylines to tell a unique tale whose effectiveness can often be as bleak as the zombie apocalypse itself. It may not ever live up to the comics, but is it beyond saving?
Released in 1993, Disney's version of 'The Three Musketeers' starred an ensemble of '90s talent including Charlie Sheen, Kiefer Sutherland and Chris O'Donnell in the classic tale of D'Artagnan and his quest to join the legendary Musketeers, a trio of men sworn to protect the King of France. The film, which reunited 'Young Guns' stars Sheen and Sutherland, was a success at the box office (but poorly received by critics). Now, 21 years later, we take a look back at the cast and see what they're up to these days.
The 1988 Western flick 'Young Guns' featured an ensemble of "who's who of '80s" talent -- including Emilio Estevez, Charlie Sheen and Kiefer Sutherland -- in a telling of the adventures of Billy the Kid during the Lincoln County War in New Mexico in the late 1800s. A smashing success at the box office, 'Young Guns' spawned a sequel and has become something of a classic in its own right. Twenty-six years later, we revisit the cast of the film and see what they're up to now.
With 'The Walking Dead' returning for the second half of its fourth season, I decided it was time to revisit the Image comic book series that inspired the show in the first place. What I found was inconsistent, talky, often wooden and frequently uneventful. What I found was also compelling in spite of itself and superior to its TV adaptation in virtually every way. As a comic, 'The Walking Dead' is flawed but hugely entertaining. As a show, 'The Walking Dead' is broken and needs to be completely retooled.
Welcome back to 'Girls' Talk, where we here at ScreenCrush are joined each week by critics to discuss the latest episode. In this week's outing, the ladies head to the beach for a "healing weekend" (Marnie's words), but when they encounter an old friend and no one wants to adhere to Marnie's tight schedule, tensions quickly mount and it's not long before a weekend of healing becomes one of picking (or stabbing) at wounds.
‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 shambled out its 10th entry with Sunday’s “Inmates,” but how did it hold up to the comic book continuity? All the remaining survivor groups search for one another in the aftermath of the prison, as Tyreese encounters a familiar face and Glenn picks up some exciting new company, 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 all the comparisons we found, and let us know your thoughts on ‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 episode 10, “Inmates,” in the comments below!
Released in 1997, 'Men in Black' paired up mega-star Will Smith with legendary actor Tommy Lee Jones as two agents who work for a secret organization that keeps tabs on alien life forms. Featuring outstanding practical effects, the hilarious sci-fi comedy (which was also based on a comic book) was a massive hit, and went on to spawn two sequels. 17 years later, we revisit the cast of this beloved modern classic and see what they're up to now.