The final chapter in Terry Gilliam’s dystopian-satire trilogy, starting with Brazil and followed by 12 Monkeys, recently came under fire by the Motion Picture Association of America. Posters for Gilliam’s The Zero Theorem feature an image of star Christoph Waltz curled into the fetal position, naked as can be. His body is barely visible, but a little bit of male rump is just too… Continue reading 'The Zero Theorem' Is the Latest Movie to Have a Poster Banned by the MPAA
Welcome to the YA Movie Countdown, our resident expert’s biweekly guide to young-adult book-to-film adaptations.
With The Fault in Our Stars still holding on at the box office and The Giver and If I Stay creeping closer to their big debuts, there’s quite a bit of YA book-to-film promotional material floating around out there. That said, there are three standout news items that deserve the bulk of our attention. You… Continue reading The YA Countdown: ‘The 5th Wave,' 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay,' a ‘Vampire Academy’ Sequel and More
If you caught the series premiere of HBO’s new rapture themed series
“The Leftovers,” you more than likely have a ton of questions while you eagerly await episode 2. While the
pilot had many memorable moments, one of the most exciting was everything having to do with Chief Garvey’s daughter, Jill (Margaret Qualley) and her partner in crime and best friend, Aimee.
Zap2it got… Continue reading 'The Leftovers' Emily Meade teases sexual tension with Justin Theroux and what's to come in Season 1
File a Missing Chair report: The green bench that Hazel and Augustus sit and kiss on in “The Fault in Our Stars” has mysteriously disappeared from its spot on Amsterdam’s Leidsegracht canal.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the bench — which has hundreds of replicas around the city — has been missing for at least a month. A large… Continue reading The Bench From 'The Fault in Our Stars' Has Disappeared
Foxcatcher: Based on a true story, Steve Carell toplines Foxcatcher as the wealthy sponsor of an Olympic wrestling team that includes Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo. A new poster for the upcoming drama spotlights Tatum, looking like he’s been through the mill once or twice. The movie opens on November 14. [People]