He’s likely the most well-known and popular comic book supervillain in existence, but he’s only been embodied in live action a few times. The most recent of those managed to create an indelible mark on superhero film, was honored with an Academy Award, and revered as one of the greatest villains on film of at least the past 20 years, if not more.
With rumors persisting of that character… Continue reading Comics on Film: Are We Ready for the Joker Again?
Back in 2012,
celebrities reading passages from “50 Shades of Grey” out loud was the new hot, cool thing to do, and on Tuesday (Oct. 7), Nick Jonas brought back the trend.
In a Vine posted by Cosmopolitan, the star of the
new TV drama “Kingdom,” which premieres Wednesday (Oct. 8), channels his Christian Grey-inspired side and reads an excerpt from the steamy page-turner. (Watch above if you… Continue reading Nick Jonas could make reading '50 Shades of Grey' aloud a thing again
Television executives want to party like it’s 1989.
On the heels of the news that NBC is considering a TV sequel to “Say Anything” comes a report from Variety that ABC wants to turn John Candy’s 1989 comedy “Uncle Buck” into a series. If it goes through, it would actually the… Continue reading 'Uncle Buck' Is Yet Another '80s Movie Turning Into a TV Show (Again)
Betsy Brandt didn’t exactly know what she was getting into when she signed on to Season 2 of
“Masters of Sex.” She was a fan of the show’s first season and was happy to take the part of Barbara, but she didn’t know initially where the character was headed.
“I was just supposed to do a few episodes, and I think [Barbara] was just supposed… Continue reading 'Masters of Sex' Season 2 finale: Betsy Brandt catches lightning in a bottle again
Here’s your estimated 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):
1. The Maze Runner – $ 32.5 million ($ 32.5 million total)
2. A Walk Among the Tombstones – $ 13.1 million ($ 13.1 million total)
3. This is Where I Leave You – $ 11.8 million ($ 11.8 million total)
4. No Good Deed – $ 10.2 million ($ 40.1 million total)