TV cults are in full swing these days, and Friday Night Lights star Taylor Kitsch leads one of their most infamous in a new trailer. Journey to Waco, as a first trailer for the six-part Paramount series introduces us to a star-studded cast of Kitsch, Michael Shannon, Melissa Benoist and more.
Alpha and Omega of streaming originals as it may be, even Netflix stumbles now and again. So it was with Hemlock Grove and Marco Polo, and now Floridian family drama Bloodline is the latest granted an early end, confirmed to wrap up after three seasons.
Lest you think that big death at the center of Netflix’s first Bloodine season would end the drama monsooning the Rayburns, Season 2 is a family affair all its own. The first full trailer for Bloodline Season 2 has arrived, not only revealing Danny’s return, but a host of new guest stars.
John Wick 2 has already begun filming in New York with Keanu Reeves returning as the eponymous badass hitman pulled out of retirement by some unsavory criminals. We recently learned that Reeves will be joined by returning cast member Ian McShane, as well as rapper / actor Common in a villainous role. Today brings news of even more John Wick casting, with several faces both new and familiar joining the lineup.
Today brings the first trailer for 'Cymbeline,' yet another modernization of a William Shakespeare play -- though this one is lesser-known. And while we've certainly seen Shakespeare updated plenty of times, and we've seen Shakespeare done with Ethan Hawke and John Leguizamo, we've definitely never seen Shakespeare with a biker gang twist. So at least it has that going for it.
There are some movies that feel personal because of the relationship the writer, director or actors have to the material. 'Chef' -- written, directed and starring Jon Favreau -- doesn't just feel personal, it feels like it's ripped directly from the pages of Favreau's subconscious diary. While it's a charming enough indie film about the connection between professional and personal passions that al
After a decade of toiling away at big-budget blockbusters like 'Iron Man' and 'Cowboys and Aliens,' director Jon Favreau is returning to his independent roots with 'Chef.' The trailer for the summer release is has arrived and, if you'll pardon the terrible pun, it looks pretty delicious.
Talk about betting big on yourself.
John Leguizamo - a respected actor, but not entirely known for his dramatic chops - spent over $15,000 of his own money on make-up artists and prosthetics to physically transform himself into Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar in the hopes of winning the role in the upcoming biopic 'King of Cocaine.' And, guess what? It worked.
After seeing the test and being