Ridley Scott may be 74 years old, but the filmmaker isn’t even contemplating retirement. At a time when most people his age are golfing, writing angry letters to the newspaper about kids and their loud music, and scoping out the best early-bird buffet specials, Scott is lining up projects left and right. Today’s news adds yet another to the list.
According to a recently… Continue reading Ridley Scott is Making a Disaster Movie About Traffic Jams and No Train Service
It’s sad to think about “Chuck” ending a week from now. But if it has to end, at least it’s going out with all guns blazing.
“Chuck vs. the Bullet Train” had a boatload of great action on its titular set, fine comedy from the Buy Morons and a brilliant setup to the two-hour finale on Jan. 27. The endgame for the series is in sight… Continue reading 'Chuck': All aboard the 'Bullet Train' to the finale
Paris, August 1944. With the Allied army closing in, German commander and art fanatic Colonel von Waldheim (Paul Scofield) steals a vast collection of rare French paintings and loads them onto a train bound for Berlin. But when a beloved French patriot is murdered while trying to sabotage von Waldheim’s scheme, Labiche (Burt… Continue reading The Train Reviews
A review of one of last year's most successful and praised films, the animated adventure How to Train Your Dragon.
Fox’s summer dance competition hit So You Think You Can Dance blessedly returned to the airwaves with a two-hour audition premiere last night, and EW recently caught up with Cat Deeley, the ever-excitable host of the show who was more than pumped to talk about the new season. Of course, one of the big topics