• 'Euphoria' Review: Zendaya's Provocative Series Mixes Bleak Teen Drama with HBO's Prestige Polish

    From Romeo and Juliet to Rebel Without a Cause and The Outsiders to Larry Clarke, Harmony Korine, and Greg Araki’s Doom Generation: the kids have never been alright. Especially when they’re on a stage or screen. But Euphoria, HBO’s first foray into young adult programming, takes the terror and tragedy of coming-of-age drama to the next level with an unflinching dive into the icy, bleak darkness of being a teenager in 2019. With all the prestige polish of HBO's cable legacy. Created by Sam...

  • 'My Hero Academia' Season 4 Trailer Reveals Release Date as Heroes & Villains Battle

    Big news for My Hero Academia fans today: The first trailer for Season 4 of the fan-favorite, action-packed anime series is here! With it comes news of the fourth season's release date this fall, as revealed by the show's website, so mark your calendars for October 12th. FUNimation will stream the new season as it airs in Japan, but they'll also be debuting the Season 4 premiere at Anime Expo 2019 this July 6th. But wait, there's more! This season, Shinichiro Miki will join the series as Sir...

  • Weekend Box Office: 'Men in Black: International' Outpaces Modest Expectations for #1 Spot

    Exceeding expectations by a bit, Sony/Columbia's Men in Black: International easily took the top spot at the domestic box office in its weekend debut. The fourth film in the sci-fi/action/comedy franchise was projected as tallying $26+ million and it wound up topping $28 million. That's little consolation for what was intended to be a summer blockbuster. On the international front, where you'd think MiB:I would do a little better, the film took in $74.7 million and debuted at #1 in roughly...

  • Krysten Ritter on Her Directorial Debut & Saying Goodbye to 'Jessica Jones' in Season 3

    Executive produced by showrunner Melissa Rosenberg and Marvel’s Head of Television Jeph Loeb, Marvel’s Jessica Jones (available to stream at Netflix) is back for a third season, as Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) crosses paths with a highly intelligent and very deadly killer. At the same time, Jessica has cut the newly powered Trish (Rachael Taylor) out of her life, as she struggles to live up to her mother’s expectations for being a hero, but in order to survive the madman who wants to put an...

  • 'Bond 25': Daniel Craig Works His Boot Off in New Behind-the-Scenes Image

    Though James Bond star Daniel Craig sustained an ankle injury on set about a month ago, the PR team is getting out ahead of the rumor mill by showing off the face (and body

  • Hilary Swank & Clara Rugaard on Their Netflix Sci-Fi Thriller 'I Am Mother'

    We chat with I Am Mother stars Hilary Swank and Clara Rugaard about Netflix's new sci-fi thriller, filming in a bunker, and more.

  • Regina Hall and Alexandra Shipp on Introducing Stronger Women to the World of ‘Shaft’

    Regina Hall and Alexandra Shipp talk about bringing strong women to the world of Shaft, the impact of the original movie, and more.

  • Friday Box Office: 'Men in Black: International' Banks an Easy Win in Its Debut

    Sony's Men in Black: International looks to take the top spot at the Friday box office in its debut, but that's probably the best news the franchise installment is going to see. It's on track for a projected $26+ million total this weekend. That's less than a quarter of the reported $110 million production budget for the sci-fi action comedy that reunites Thor: Ragnarok stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson. Critically crushed and suffering from a distinct lack of buzz, it's looking like a...

  • 'Frozen II' Plot Details Revealed as New Footage Debuts at Annecy

    While Frozen fans will have to be satisfied with the recent Frozen II trailer for the time being, lucky attendees of this year's Annecy International Animated Film Festival got an extra sneak peek at the highly anticipated sequel arriving this fall. Disney debuted the film's first footage and a look at key artwork, courtesy of head of animation Becky Bresee and head of effects Marlon West. The team also revealed that the story picks up three years after the ending of the first film, along with...

  • 'Dark Phoenix' Director Simon Kinberg Opens Up on What Went Wrong

    Dark Phoenix had a brutal opening weekend. The would-be blockbuster culmination of Fox's decades-long X-Men franchise fizzled out at the box office with just $32.8 million -- an all-time low for the franchise -- despite a star-studded cast and one of the most recognizable titles in the X-Men legacy. On the heels of the disappointing debut, writer/director Simon Kinberg gave a candid, classy interview on KCRW's The Business podcast, diving into how release date shuffles and the Disney-Fox merger...

  • Sienna Miller on 'American Woman' and Playing a Grandmother Before the Age of 40

    From director Jake Scott and screenwriter Brad Ingelsby, the indie drama American Woman tells the story of a single mother’s struggle to raise her young grandson when her teenage daughter mysteriously vanishes. When 31-year-old grocery clerk Deb Callahan (Sienna Miller) realizes that her daughter Bridget (Sky Ferreira) has gone missing, it turns her world upside down, and over a 10-year life journey of ups and downs, she builds a new life for herself only to finally be faced with the truth of...

  • Adam Sandler Movies on Netflix, Ranked

    Adam Sandler is one of the more divisive actor/writer/comedians working in Hollywood today. From his early stand-up beginnings, to his comedic songs on Saturday Night Live, to his chaotic career in feature films, Sandler has cultivated a fan following over his more than 25 years in the biz. There are certainly highs and lows to be found in his numerous performances, but he’s also churned out so many comedies that there’s likely to be at least one movie in his filmography for everyone. With that...