From our review of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance:
“There’s no place for ironic love in movie stardom. If someone is a movie star, you want to see them perform based on that star power; nobody watches Brad Pitt ironically. Yet, here’s the place Cage finds himself in in 2012 — he’s half-man, half-Internet meme. The fact that there may be no turning back for Cage… Continue reading The Word from SXSW: 'Joe' Gives Nicolas Cage the Comeback He Deserves
For better or worse, Veronica Mars is a movie for the fans.
It’s impossible to talk about the long awaited follow-up to the short-lived TV series of the same name without mentioning its origins on Kickstarter. The show’s small but dedicated fanbase ensured that the adventures of Neptune, California’s youngest private eye would live on and the film feels like like a thank you letter to the… Continue reading The Word on 'Veronica Mars': If You Liked the TV Show, You'll Love the Movie
Another season of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” is officially gone with the wind after the final installment of the three-part reunion wrap-up.
In the final hour, the husbands (at least everyone except Kordell Williams — who would soon drop his divorce bombshell on wife Porsha) joined the ladies while Kenya twirled, Porsha spilled her guts and NeNe declared both her love for the season… Continue reading 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Season 5 reunion, part 3: Kenya twirls, Porsha breaks down and NeNe has the last word
A drama pilot in development for ABC this fall will reunite Jennifer Beals with the creator/executive producer of The L Word, the drama she starred in at Showtime.
Ilene Chaiken will serve as the showrunner for Venice, a sudsy drama pilot from McG about two rival families who live in the California city, Deadline reports. Chaiken was a co-creator of The L