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We’ve got an action remake with a body count for the ages, a horror remake that actually gets it right, and a romance that spans across decades just to balance things out. As if that weren’t enough, you’ve even got a scratch-n-sniff movie to look forward to.

Definitely one of the more unusual weekend lineups we’ve had as of late, but go ahead… Continue reading Weekend Movie Preview: Bloody Barbarians, British Lovers, and Hunky Vamps

The Superlab has not been a very happy place for Walter White on this season of “Breaking Bad.”

First, Walt (Bryan Cranston) watched as Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) slit Victor’s throat in the season premiere. He has surveillance cameras and Gus’ new underling Tyrus (Ray Campbell) watching him all the time. And now, with Jesse (Aaron Paul) MIA, Walt is having trouble keeping the cook on schedule, as you can see in… Continue reading 'Breaking Bad' preview: Walt vs. the forklift

With not one, but two alien invasion movies coming out this weekend, yet another big screen adaptation of a cartoon we grew up with, and Ryan Gosling taking his first stab at the world of comedy, we’ve got quite the eclectic lineup to choose from at the theater this weekend, and that’s not even counting all the indies coming out.

So go right ahead and place your vote on what’s looking… Continue reading Weekend Movie Preview: Stud Muffins, Smurfs, and Aliens Galore (VIDEO)

July 15, 2011

The new issue of Entertainment Weekly includes preview images for Sony Pictures’ Total Recall and Underworld Awakening.

Total Recall, directed by Len Wiseman, is currently filming for an August 3, 2012 release. The new story involves the nation states of Euromerica and New Shanghai, with Douglas Quaid (Colin Farrell) a factory worker in the latter who begins to believe he is a spy, although he

The Killing wraps up its first season Sunday night on AMC. EW checked in with Joel Kinnaman, who plays Det. Stephen Holder, for some clues about what’s to come from this twist-filled, unconventional procedural. [Mild spoiler alert!] ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: First off, congratulations on the second season. JOEL KINNAMAN: Thank you. It was very expected. So