In the near future, the New Founding Fathers of America institute a nationwide event called The Purge, a 12-hour period that begins on March 21 at 7 p.m. and wraps up the next morning during which all crime is legal. Some use the Purge for what it’s made for, as an opportunity to “release the beast” and kill for catharsis while others rush home… Continue reading Watch: We Go Deep Inside 'The Purge: Breakout,' a Different Kind of Haunted House
The Sundance Film Festival is off and running — something you certainly know if you follow any number of attending film writers on Twitter — but which film will be the first to score a big acquisition deal? Perhaps “Celeste and Jesse Forever,” the Rashida Jones co-written, co-led dramedy about a pair of high school sweethearts (Jones and Andy Samberg) going through a divorce, but trying to remain friends.
After premiering… Continue reading 'Celeste And Jesse Forever': Sundance Film Festival's First Breakout Hit?
There are many reasons to watch Falling Skies, TNT’s absorbing summertime sci-fi hit about ordinary folk-turned-warriors surviving – and rebelling against — a devastating alien invasion. Tops on the list: Noah Wyle’s strong central performance and the creepy mystery of the gooey harnesses making docile drones out of captive kids. (Spoiler Alert for anyone who hasn’t yet seen Sunday’s episode: How creepy… Continue reading ‘Falling Skies’: Colin Cunningham talks about breakout turn as biker/baker baddie John Pope
… It took a while, but A&E has renewed its original drama Breakout Kings for a second season. The series—a spiritual successor to Prison Break that follows convicts who shave time off their sentences by helping feds catch escapees—was considered a bubble show for the network. Look for it to return early in 2012. [Deadline Hollywood]
… Maybe some truth comes out of Charlie Sheen’s mouth after all. The actor, who… Continue reading A&E Locks Up Breakout Kings For One More Season