The Purge 3: Low-budget home-invasion thriller The Purge became a surprise box office success in 2013, inspiring this year’s sequel, The Purge: Anarchy, which took the terror outdoors. Combined, the two films cost $ 12 million, yet have made more than $ 200 million worldwide. So it’s natural that a third installment is on its way. Writer/director James DeMonaco will pen The Purge 3
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: With box office receipts for its opening weekend topping $ 65 million in the U.S. — and $ 97.3 million worldwide — it’s no surprise that a sequel to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is now on its way. Paramount made the annoucement yesterday, along with a planned release date: June 3, 2016. Writers Josh Appelbaum… Continue reading Movie News: 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Sequel Coming; New Trailers for 'Camp X-Ray' and 'Two Night Stand'
One of the first things Private Amy Cole (Kristen Stewart) is told when she starts at Guantanamo Bay is, “You can talk to ‘em, but do not let these guys know anything about you. Do not let them get inside your head.” Then she meets Ali (Payman Maadi), one of the prisoners she’s in charge of, and… Continue reading Watch Kristen Stewart Get Deadly Serious in the 'Camp X-Ray' Trailer (VIDEO)
As one of the only couples in Bachelorette history to make it down the aisle, Trista and Ryan Sutter are the golden couple of the ABC franchise— but on the June 13 episode of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars, the couple reveals that their ten-year marriage is cracking beneath the surface.
In radio detection and rangingOnline.com’s exclusive preview clip, Ryan confesses his husband shortcomings to counselors… Continue reading ‘The Bachelorette’ Fairytale Couple Breaks Down On ‘Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars:’ Ryan Sutter Tells Wife Trista ‘I Feel Like I Can Do A Lot Better” WATCH The Exclusive Preview Video
“Camp” is the sort of show that gives scripted summer TV a bad name. Broad, cheap and tedious, it wouldn’t have the slightest chance of cracking a major network’s schedule during the regular season.
But in the summer — or so the theory goes — anything can draw some fans, simply because there’s so little competition. Not that that line of thinking is helping ABC’s… Continue reading 'Camp' review: NBC's summer dramedy should be sent home early for bad behavior