The French Dispatch, the 10th film from director Wes Anderson is his most star-studded and visually enriching. The Searchlight Pictures film follows the final issue of an American magazine published in a fictional 20th Century French city. The magazine stylizes itself after The New Yorker. Returning Wes Anderson Favorites American Empirical Pictures, Indian Paintbrush, and […]
So a little over a week ago, Ray Donovan fans (and series showrunner David Hollander) found their love of the show taking a surprising baseball bat to the head with the news that Showtime was abruptly ending the series after seven seasons. Well, leave it to Liev Schreiber to try and "fix" the matter – […]
When the smoke (from lots and lots of shooting) finally settled on the seventh season of Showtime's Ray Donovan, series showrunner David Hollander was ready to wrap up the series in style with an eighth and final season. One problem: earlier this week – less than three weeks after the series ended its current season […]
You have to give Ray (Liev Schreiber) some credit: he's back in New York City, trying to be the best family man he can be, keeping some stready work – hell, he even has Alan Alda as his therapist. No reason things shouldn't go nice and smooth for the iconic, ass-kicking fixer. But if you're […]
Life's thrown the worst that both the east coast and west coast have to offer at Ray Donovan (Liev Schreiber) and the fixer's still standing – did Showtime really think it stood a chance? The cable network may have changed Ray Donovan's stomping grounds from Los Angeles to New York City, but they're perfectly fine […]
He may still be learning the ropes of that whole "with great power comes great responsibility" thing, but for him to be the "Spider-Man" his universe needs him to be, he can't do it alone. As we can see from the first official trailer for Sony Pictures Animation's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Shameik Moore's Miles Morales […]
It feels like it wasn't that long ago that we told you Showtime had renewed Ray Donovan for a fifth season. And here we are a little over a year later, and the show is coming up on its fifth season finale — and we get to tell you that the show is coming back […]
My Little Pony is coming to the big screen next month, and with the bigger budget they were able to attract big named actors like Emily Blunt, Kristin Chenoweth, Liev Schreiber, Michael Peña, Sia, Taye Diggs, Uzo Aduba and Zoe Saldana. And where some of those name don't surprise me, Schreiber does. But we know […]
Kim Raver had a few regular series roles before landing the part of Aurdrey Raines on the Fox hit series 24. Since then she has appeared on The Nine, Lipstick Jungle, Grey's Anatomy, NCIS: Los Angeles, Revolution, 24: Live Another Day, Bones and APB. Now the New York City born actress will be joining the […]
We have all tried to collectively forget that X-Men Origins: Wolverine was a thing that happened and now that Logan has come and gone we have all finally received the X-Men movie we've always wanted. However, Logan was not a perfect movie and one of the things that made the movie fall a little flat […]
Susan Sarandon will be going from feuding with Jessica Lange to handing with Liev Schreiber on Ray Donovan. Sarandon, who is best known for her roles in Thelma & Louise and Bull Durham, is currently starring opposite of Lange in Feud: Betty & Joan where she plays Bette Davis. From there she will be heading […]
Zoe Saldana is the latest Hollywood actor to travel to the land of Equestria for Hasbro's My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic feature film, according to a report from Variety. My Little Pony: The Movie takes a fan-pleasing approach to turning a popular cartoon into a film, with the voice castof the TV show's "Mane […]
As we roll along in the fourth season of Ray Donovan, Showtime has announced that the series will be back for a fifth. The Liev Schreiber lead series focuses on an L.A. area fixer who cleans up after the rich and famous while dealing with his extremely complicated family. The series recently earned five Emmy […]
All too many films in the sci-fi horror genre degenerate into simple games of hide and seek towards the climax, and that stuff can be very hard to pull off.
From this selection of footage it looks like we're somewhere between Moon and Prometheus.
A new poster for 'Lee Daniels' The Butler Based On The Washington Post Article A Butler Well Served By Wil Haygood'
I am the avenging angel of the perpetually humiliated.
Once upon a time, Ruairi Robinson was attached to direct the US version of Akira. That didn't happen, and I can't help but feel relieved for him. What he does have going on certainly seems to have more of a fighting chance. The Last Days of Mars will be Robinson's feature debut, though he picked […]
Having lived in Canada, I am pretty much obliged to like ice hockey. It may have goals and teams and rules and all the other things that make competitive sports about as interesting as watching a nonagenerian walking to a corner shop to a pint of skimmed milk, but it also has violence, and blood, […]