Dwayne Johnson continues to be the hardest working actor in Hollywood, seemingly immune to the flaws that plague mere mortals — like getting tired and needing a good nap. The actor has added yet another project to his ambitious pile, which already includes Fast 8, Jumanji, that recently announced Robert Ludlum cinematic universe, and (probably) Doc Savage. Basically, Dwayne Johnson is making you look lazy right now.
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X-Men: Apocalypse hits theaters tomorrow (technically tonight for you early birds), and you already have a pretty good idea of what you’re going to see in Bryan Singer’s latest X-sequel: bald James McAvoy, young versions of familiar mutants, an unrecognizable Oscar Isaac as the titular villain, etc. You’ve seen the trailers, you get it. But there’s at least one scene that we won’t get to see — at least not in the theater — and the way Bryan Singer describes it, it sounds like it could have been pretty fun.
Cameron Crowe fan or otherwise, we’re at least anxious for a look at the Almost Famous director’s new Showtime Roadies, debuting June 26. Thankfully, the network has obliged, adding Office vet Rainn Wilson into a new full-length trailer getting to know the characters.
This whole “will they or won’t they” thing between Daniel Craig and the James Bond franchise has become more ridiculous than Ross and Rachel. And now Craig is adding a bit more fuel to the Bond-fire as the actor is preparing to join the cast of Steven Soderbergh’s Logan Lucky, making his return to the world of 007 seem increasingly unlikely.
July seems like a criminally long wait for the second season of USA’s breakout drama Mr. Robot, but not nearly as much time will have passed after Elliott’s fsociety hack. A new Season 2 trailer sets the stage thirty days after the “Five/Nine” event, teasing the nooks and crannies of Elliott’s worsening breakdown.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Denis Villeneuve are teaming up for round three.
In the wrong hands, AMC’s ‘Preacher’ could have been a bloated mess.
HBO’s Westworld adaptation has often found itself the center of a larger narrative around the network’s expensive missteps, following production halts and rumors a premiere might be pushed to 2017. Not so, apparently, as HBO now confirms Westworld will bow in late 2016, along with Sarah Jessica Parker’s new show and others.
I hate boats. Okay, maybe hate is strong. I just don’t like them. I’m not necessarily phobic; I’ll get on one when I have to. But given the choice between land and sea, I pick land ten times out of ten. If man was meant to hang out in the ocean, he’d have a orange and green outfit and we’d all call each other Aquaman.
Do you remember Street Sharks. Sure you do. This was one of a whole fleet of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles knockoffs that popped up during the franchise’s heyday in the early and mid-1990s. There was Extreme Dinosaurs, Stone Protectors, Bicycle Mice From Mars (from f---ing MARS!), and the Street Sharks, who were, like, totally radical dudes who were transformed into totally radical shark-dudes by their scientist dad. There was Ripster, Jab, Streex, Big Slammu, and Roxie the female Street Shark who was totally “jawsome.” Remember her?