Who’d have thought that skinny Cameron Diaz could kick Captain America to the curb so decisively? Not the box office pundit class, that’s for sure.
Predictions for Diaz’s new comedy, “The Other Woman,” were modest, with some experts foreseeing a debut as low as $ 13 million, or maybe $ 18 to $ 20 million at best. Instead, the film opened with an… Continue reading Box Office: What's the Secret to 'The Other Woman''s Surprise Success?
[SPOILER ALERT: Do not read this story until you have watched "Moving Up," the season 6 finale of Parks and Recreation, which aired tonight.]
Leslie journeyed all the way to San Francisco in the season finale of Parks and Recreation, but she left her heart in Pawnee. And so the city’s unofficial head cheerleader devised a way to snag her dream job running a regional branch of the… Continue reading ‘Parks and Recreation’: Exec producer Michael Schur on the finale’s shocking last scene, that surprise cameo, and the future
It’s easy to be pessimistic whenever someone remakes something you once loved. No matter how involved the original creators may be in the new version, and regardless of whether or not the original could actual stand to be updated, the default fan position is, to put it nicely, “I don’t know about this…”
As much as they may argue otherwise, the truth is fans just don’t want… Continue reading 'From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series': Here's Why Robert Rodriguez's Bold Experiment Might Surprise You
BBC America will explore the life of author Ian Fleming in its miniseries “Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond” — and it won’t necessarily be the most flattering portrait.
The four-hour biopic traces Fleming’s (Dominic Cooper) time as an intelligence officer for the British navy, his frustrations with his first career and the way he channeled them into creating his most