We've seen a few looks at 'American Horror Story' creator Ryan Murphy's forthcoming HBO tearjerker 'The Normal Heart' already, but the latest full trailer for the star-studded AIDS drama is easily the most intense, and emotionally intriguing yet, particularly for fans of its star-studded cast.
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ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, check out a group photo of the actors who almost starred in a 2008 'Justice League' movie, take your first look at Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard in 'Macbeth,' and watch the latest trailer for 'The Quiet Ones.'
It’s time for another addition of ScreenCrush’s not-really-new anymore feature, the ScreenCrush ScreenCrunch Cereal Of The Week.
'A Haunted House 2' did not screen early for critics. On Thursday, I received an email from my editor suggesting that I pay to see 'A Haunted House 2' at a movie theater on Friday morning. I tried using the "but I haven’t seen the first ‘Haunted House'" excuse, but that seemed to have little to no impact on this request. Who knows? Maybe it’s hilarious? On Friday morning, I purchased a ticked for the 10:45 a.m. screening of 'A Haunted House 2.' While watching, I kept a running diary of the events that transpired. It was a fairly miserable experience. Here’s how all that went:
'SNL' will take a bit of a break this weekend following 'Neighbors' star Seth Rogen's third time hosting, returning on May 3 with 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2''s Andrew Garfield, but consider the long-running NBC sketch comedy to have much larger plans in mind for the future: an epic, star-studded, three-hour broadcast in February 2015 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of 'Saturday Night Live'!
All of the trailers for 'Godzilla' have put emphasis on tone, showcasing the aftermath of epic monster rampages and giving us tons of close-ups of people whose days have been pretty much ruined. But this new TV spot does something a little different, selling the human story behind all of the chaos and destruction. Oh, and it does so while offering our best look yet at Godzilla himself.
Released in 1992, Cameron Crowe's 'Singles' was a romantic comedy that followed the lives and loves of a group of 20-somethings living in an apartment complex in Seattle. The soundtrack, which featured grunge tracks from bands like Pearl Jam and Soundgarden, became more popular than the film itself -- though 'Singles' did go on to inspire a wave of Gen-X films and has become a beloved '90s classic in its own right. Twenty-two years later, we revisit the cast of Crowe's rom-com and see what they're up to now.
'American Horror Story' franchise veteran Denis O'Hare regrettably sat out the second cycle, 'Asylum,' taking a minor (if memorable) role in third season 'Coven,' though the two-time 'True Blood' star will be back full time for the forth go around in 'American Horror Story: Freak Show.' Find out who O'Hare will play this time around, and how 'American Horror Story' season 4 will see him "battling" series lead Jessica Lange!
Hollywood has rarely had much faith in the future.
Just look at the sheer number of cinematic dystopias and post-apocalypses, at the deadly desert wastelands and rain-soaked urban nightmares. In the movies, tomorrow is not just another day, it's just another step toward a world where technology consumes us and then kills us. According to the world of film, the human race is constantly on the path to being enslaved and murdered by the machines we create.
Although Hollywood's stance on the evils of technology has softened in recent years, 'Transcendence' is a throwback to a different age, when computers were not just terrifying unknowns, they were pretty much Satan. It's a position that may seem silly in our modern, tech-infused culture, but it's another chapter in the long history of technology trying to dominate humanity on the big screen.
'Game of Thrones' jumped through time a bit in its fourth season premiere "Two Swords" to the point where Daenerys' dragons have grown big enough to pick off sheep, but if George R.R. Martin has anything to say about it, the winged fire-breathers will be half the size of Winterfell by the time the series ends. See for yourself, with Martin-approved artwork of full-grown 'Game of Thrones' dragons!