Hey, remember Jumper? That weird teleporting action flick poised to keep Hayden Christensen in the sci-fi limelight after Revenge of the Sith? It even had a silver-haired Sam Jackson! Anyway, the sequel no one wanted is coming to YouTube as a TV series. Oh, and YouTube does TV series now.
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It’s an even longer road than usual to Game of Thrones Season 7, and production has their work cut out for keeping things under wraps. Recent reports have suggested all manner of fan-favorite crossover, while the latest shows us what might be Daenerys’ new home, and another incredible meeting.
Supergirl had its fun with iconic covers of DC past when The Flash came to town, and it looks like The CW will follow suit with a major Crisis for Tyler Hoechlin’s second Superman episode. Plus … could the Man of Steel wind up with his own CW series?
How cute, you presumed The Walking Dead would let weeks of the year go by without premiering new episodes on one of its branches. So it is, that one week out from the main series’ return, Fear The Walking Dead has begun the slow shamble to Season 3 with a new series of webisodes to potentially impact the franchise.
Only three episodes in, and HBO’s Westworld has no trouble stirring Redditors with every possible conspiracy theory imaginable. One particularly plausible suggestion takes a look at the physical park’s spacey location, though producers now seem to cast a bit out doubt there.
Spike Lee remaking his feature film debut She’s Gotta Have It as a Netflix series can go either way, but at least its cast is shaping up well. Not only has Lee tapped a Hamilton star to play his own central role, but so too has DeWanda Wise scored the title role of Netflix’s She’s Gotta Have It.
Time will tell if The Walking Dead can undo the fan ire that came with Season 6's cliffhanger finale, but time they certainly have. One week out from Season 7's premiere, The Walking Dead confirms that its endless parade of undead misery will continue through Season 8, and hit a major milestone at that.
While there are no shortage of talented action stars working today, I’d be hard-pressed to name two American actors I like more than Tom Cruise and Keanu Reeves. Both Cruise and Reeves are often called upon to learn elaborate fight choreography in lieu of snappy editing or misleading camera work. We’ve come to appreciate each actor’s hard work with the training reels for movies like John Wick and Collateral, and speaking frankly, watching someone like Keanu Reeves practice his quick draw for hours on end is the perfect cure for whatever bad CGI ails you.
It seems like the only time that people talk about trailers is to complain about them in some fashion. They gave away too much, they gave away too little, they didn’t feature the right colors or characters or soundtrack. It’s tough to cut an enticing movie trailer in 2016, not least of all because of our culture’s increasing hand-wringing about what constitutes a spoiler. A good trailer — one that gives you just enough without giving you everything — should be celebrated as its own miniature art form.
Any House of Cards fan knows that Robin Wright’s Claire Underwood is likely destined to move from First Lady to President herself. Now, Wright is already looking back at the tenure of First Ladies, teaming with Reese Witherspoon’s production company to direct and produce and adaptation of First Women: The Grace & Power Of America’s Modern First Ladies.