'Seinfeld' has been on a roll of late, with '60 Minutes' naming it as the best sitcom of all time, Michael Richards making a long-awaited return to television in new sitcom 'Giant Baby,' and even Jason Alexander guesting in one of our personal favorites, 'Community.' And while the 'Curb Your Enthuisasm' reunion arc is about as close as we'd ever get to a true 'Seinfeld' reunion, new Twitter parody account 'Modern Seinfeld' tells us exactly what Jerry, George, Kramer and Elaine would get up to in 2012. Take a look inside!
Hey, did you hear that ‘The Walking Dead‘ came back for its third season tonight? And that it’s still not available on Dish?
Of course, anyone with a Twitter feed and an internet connection knew that AMC’s massively popular horror drama was returning tonight — this is the kind of news that you just can’t get away from even if you try. For better or worse, ‘The Walking Dead’ is one of the major players on the modern cultural landscape.
We want nothing more to fall in love with Ang Lee's movie adaptation of the 'Life of Pi.' The latest trailers and images dolled out to help promote the film are simply stunning to look at, and everyone seems to be hoping that the final product will match our preconceived expectations. Now, thanks to some early reviews and reactions coming in from the 'Life of Pi' debut at the 2012 New York Film Festival, we finally have some clue whether to expect the best or the worst from the theatrical release on November 21, 2012.
'Cloud Atlas,' the latest and much-anticipated movie from the Wachowski siblings, recently premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, and much like those two trailers we got a look at, some are completely blown away by the fantastical imagery and others are utterly locked in a state of confusion.
Director Tony Scott touched many lives throughout his lifetime -- actors that worked with him, filmmakers that looked up to him and moviegoers that made personal connections to the characters in his films. So when news hit that Scott seemingly took his own life, the world had a difficult time comprehending the fact that the man who brought us such classic films as 'Top Gun,' 'True Romance' and 'Man on Fire' was no longer with us.
It's obvious social media dictates how we live our lives. Facebook and Twitter (the two most prominent social-media tools) play important roles in many of our day-to-day decisions, including how we entertain ourselves and what we do while being entertained. Now a new report conducted by The Hollywood Reporter and Penn Schoen Berland backs up that notion with data that could upset a lot of movie fans.