Last night's 'Arrow' installment "Seeing Red" took what might be the most shocking twist of the CW DC series to date, killing off a major character to cap off an episode that had largely diverged from the central story. Now, with only three episodes remaining in the second season, producers have taken to explain said character's unexpected end, and preview more surprising twists to come before the 'Arrow' finale.
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Legendary debuted the first trailer (and poster!) for their upcoming horror flick 'As Above, So Below,' which takes found footage below ground and deep into the heart of the creepy catacombs of Paris. And while found footage has certainly been wearing out its welcome, the idea of a horror movie taking place in the catacombs is enough to pique our interest.
Forget about superheroes: no one is looking to take the box office by storm this summer quite like 'Godzilla,' who remains just as popular and iconic today as he was 60 years ago. The latest entry in the film's brilliantly run marketing campaign is a poster highlighting the film's IMAX 3D release, which seems like a pretty cool way to see a movie about a monster the size of a skyscraper.
On Wednesday evening at the Apple Store in Soho, I hosted a chat with Jon Favreau about his new film, ‘Chef’ (which premiered at SXSW and is playing this week at the Tribeca Film Festival -- opening May 9 in New York and L.A., then expanding on May 16), which is a return for Favreau to his indie roots that began with films like ‘Swingers’ and ‘Made.’
The 'Twilight' films may have reached their (seemingly) definitive conclusion back in 2012 with 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2,' but the series lives on as a massive piece of modern popular culture. We can't talk about vampires and werewolves ever again without someone making an Edward or Jacob joke. Supernatural romance is bigger than it has ever been before. And then there's the fact that the franchise's success continues to inspire countless imitators.
We only remind you of this because yes, it's still okay to make fun of the 'Twilight' movies in 2014 and the latest hilarious video from the folks at Bad Lip Reading does just that.
There are certain things that a big Oscar win and the declaration that you are the world's most beautiful person can get you -- things like, well, an Oscar statuette, the respect of your peers, a cool magazine cover, continued recognition, good publicity -- but there's one thing those honors can't earn anyone if they have a slightly different name. You know it. 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' host Jimmy Kimmel knows it. Lupita Nyong'o knows it.
Earlier this week we saw Stephen Colbert beginning to shed his 'Colbert Report' character with a first stop on David Letterman's standing 'Late Show,' before Colbert's takeover in 2015, but both Colbert and his character will enjoy a long victory tour before moving to broadcast. Watch 'The Colbert Report' host make his in-character goodbyes to 'The Daily Show''s Jon Stewart, a year ahead of schedule!
We heard the rumors that the third of Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit' trilogy would be undergoing a title change and today, it came to pass. What was once 'The Hobbit: There and Back Again' is now 'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.' What was once pleasant and sentimental is now battle-hardened and filled with promises of action. Take from that change what you will.
Most actors and actresses don't actually like watching themselves on the big screen -- at least, that's what most of them say in interviews, and the majority of them sure sound sincere -- so it's not exactly rare to hear one of them say that they haven't watched their latest feature, even if they're making the talk show rounds to promote it. However, it does seem a little different when someone who has a relatively small part in a huge movie franchise fesses up about having never seen any of them. Maybe don't tell people that.