The year 2013 was one helluva year for the science fiction genre, so it feels weird to look ahead to 2014 and think that it may somehow top it. The next 52 weeks look to bring us a smorgasbord of genre delights, with releases ranging from wacky space operas to serious-minded hard sci-fi seemingly coming every other week. The only thing left to do now is to wait, which means… Continue reading The 2014 Science Fiction Movie Preview: 'RoboCop,' 'The Maze Runner,' Interstellar' and More
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Autumn is usually when Oscar hopefuls begin to roll out on the calendar, but it’s also a time for pulpy thrills and out-of-this-world entertainment. The one-two punch of science fiction and horror always seem to fit the mood of fall; after all, what better entertainment is there for cold weather, dark days, and Halloween?
We’ve profiled the most anticipated comedies, dramas, and family… Continue reading 2013 Fall Movie Preview: Sci-Fi & Horror
A new “Suits” Recruits video is coming up, and this one has Mike (Patrick J. Adams) getting more than a little excited about the prospect of meeting one of Harvey’s clients. That’s fair, considering that the client in question is a basketball player by the name of Michael Jordan.
This clip is the first minute of the longer video — when available on the afternoon of Aug. 14, viewers
<strong>Release Date:</strong> May 24 <strong>Who’s in It:</strong> Jason Sudeikis, Amanda Seyfried, Steven Tyler, Josh Hutcherson <strong>What It’s About:</strong> The teenaged daughter of a naturalist who believes in miniscule forest warriors discovers that her father’s ramblings are real. One day, in the woods behind her cabin, she’s magically shrunken and thrust into the world of Leafmen who must save the forest from the evil Boggans. <strong>Why We’re Excited:</strong> This animated
<strong>Release Date:</strong> May 17 <strong>Who’s In It:</strong> Greta Gerwig, Adam Driver, Mickey Sumner <strong>What It’s About:</strong> An aimless young woman in Brooklyn (Gerwig) loses some of the joy in her life when her BFF roommate (Sumner) decides to move out. No, it’s not an episode of “Girls.” Never mind that Driver co-stars. <strong>Why We’re Excited:</strong> Noah Baumbach, director of “The Squid and the Whale” and sometime writing partner