ABC’s LOST may not have answered every mystery set up over the course of five seasons, but did you know that J.J. Abrams first pitched the island drama to ABC as having no serialized mystery whatsoever? Or that the costly pilot got ABC’s then-president fired for his trouble? We don’t have to go back, the 21st episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?’ is right here, smoking out all the island secrets of LOST!
Following his Golden Globe- and Oscar-nominated role in 'Lincoln,' Tommy Lee Jones is bringing back the "American swagger" in the first 'Emperor' trailer.
A series of clips from the upcoming 'Alex Cross' have been released and they're more than a little perplexing. What kind of movie is this? What's going on? What kind of performances are stars Tyler Perry and Matthew Fox giving? Is this all a bad dream? Where's Madea?
Director Peter Webber's 'Emperor' had its premiere last night at the Toronto International Film Festival and today, it was announced that Roadside Attractions and Lionsgate are teaming up distribute the film. Distribution was always in this movie's future: anything starring Tommy Lee Jones as General Douglas MacArthur isn't going to sit on a shelf. If you're curious what that performance looks like, you're in luck: the first clip from the film has made its way online.
We recently brought you the poster for 'Alex Cross' and now - just in time for the latest Tyler Perry/Madea movie - there's a trailer for the film, which sells Perry playing serious. His Alex Cross is dealing with a serial killer (Matthew Fox), and eventually gets in the killer's cross-hairs.
Don't ever cross Alex Cross or he'll get... cross? That's what this new poster for 'Alex Cross,' starring Tyler Perry and Matthew Fox wants you to think. We don't think they tried to be redundant enough, honestly.
Women have been swooning over Matthew Fox for years, first while he was on 'Party of Five' and later during his run on 'Lost.' But according to his 'Lost' co-star, Dominic Monaghan, the ladies might want to rethink things...
James Patterson’s iconic private investigator Alex Cross is a legend among the author’s rabid fan base. The character transitioned to the big screen once with Morgan Freeman (for two films). He’s about to come back to the big screen with Tyler Perry in the role. Yet we can’t take our eyes off his lunatic adversary in these early promo images for the upcoming thriller ‘Alex Cross.’