‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 shambles out its sixth entry with Sunday’s “Live Bait,” but how does it hold up to the comic book continuity? The Governor winds up alone after his Woodbury massacre, eventually taking up with, and coming to embrace a family holed up in an apartment complex, 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 out all the comparisons we found, and let us know your thoughts on ‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 episode 6, “Live Bait,” in the comments below!
The new 'Need For Speed' trailer is here and provides an extended look at the upcoming adaptation of the classic video game. You can watch the trailer above and then go behind-the-scenes with us and star Aaron Paul, who took us into the film's editing room to give us a closer look at how they pulled off some of the scenes biggest stunts (spoiler alert: no CGI).
We've already done the hard work for you! Welcome to the 2013 ScreenCrush Holiday Gift Guide, where we're letting you know what you have to pick up this holiday season. If you're shopping for a geek or a movie fan, fret not -- you can't go wrong with anything on this list!
ScreenCrush’s Comic Strip is a weekly roundup of the hottest superhero movie news items. From Marvel to DC and points in between, if it pertains to costumed comic-book heroes, we’re covering it here, bringing you our expert analysis. This week, Sony holds a blowout event for ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2,’ ‘Fantastic Four’ might have revealed its start date, and Christian Bale talks about the San Francisco Batkid.
The 1994 film 'Airheads' followed a trio of wannabe hard-rockers played by Brendan Fraser, Adam Sandler, and Steve Buscemi, who take a local radio station hostage in a bid to become famous ... of course, things don't quite turn out the way they planned, and when the cops get involved, their hostage demands get a little out of hand. 19 years later, we revisit the cast of this cult comedy classic and see what they're up to now.
In 1994, Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment produced a live-action version of the classic animated series 'The Flintstones,' bringing the cartoon family to life on the big screen for the very first time with stars like John Goodman and Rick Moranis. The film was a massive hit at the box office, even though critics absolutely loathed it. Nineteen years later, we take a look back at the cast of this prehistoric family film and see what they're up to now.
‘The Walking Dead’ season 4 shambles out its fifth entry with Sunday’s “Internment,” but how does it hold up to the comic book continuity? Hershel struggles to keep those struck with the flu under control, while Rick attempts to improve the security of the prison fence, 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 5 “Internment” in the comments below!
Your imaginary best friend/girlfriend/not-so-imaginary idol Jennifer Lawrence is making the press rounds to promote 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' this week, and home girl is being asked your typical redundant questions by the pop press -- What is up with your hair cut? What's it like to have an Oscar now? What is up with your hair cut? What's it like to work with such amazing actors? What is your fitness regimen for 'The Hunger Games'? But really, what is up with your hair cut?
There were a couple of questions Lawrence was asked this week that stood out -- female-centric questions, of course -- and that further prove that actresses aren't being asked the same questions as their male peers. And that's not really fair.
Released in 1994, 'Little Giants' followed brothers in the small town of Urbania, Ohio as they coach rival pee wee football teams -- one team, led by Heisman Trophy winner brother Kevin, and the other, led by underdog Danny and his unlikely group of nerdy kids. The comedy starred Ed O'Neill, Rick Moranis, and a group of talented child stars and became an instant family classic. 19 years later, we revisit the best damn pee wee football team from Urbania and see what they're up to now.
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