In theaters starting November 7
‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ begins its tale in the quiet, sleepy hamlet of Jupiter, Florida. The year is 1952. A troupe of curiosities has just arrived to town, coinciding with the strange emergence of a dark entity that savagely threatens the lives of townsfolk and freaks alike. This is the story of the performers and their desperate journey of survival amidst the dying world of the American carny experience.
Lately news from ‘The Walking Dead‘ season 5 has seemed a bit spun-out, but with the October 12 premiere fast-approaching. fresh blood seems to be spraying from the AMC horror-drama in every direction. Check out our first look at ‘The Wire‘ star Seth Gilliam as comic character Father Gabriel Stokes, plus two brand-new teasers and yet another casting!
Here’s some news we never expect to report today… Warner Bros. is planning a spinoff of their classic Looney Tunes franchise that would be based on Acme Corp. – the company which Wile E. Coyote and others use to buy their anvils, dynamite and earthquake pills – and would Steve Carell. And, before you ask, no, there won’t actually be any Looney Tunes characters in the movie. Huh?
Six new ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay‘ posters have hit the web, revealing what we’ve only glimpsed in the film’s first trailer: the new cast of characters populating District 13. From ‘Game of Thrones‘ star Natalie Dormer to the return of Liam Hemsworth‘s Gale to completely unfamiliar faces, let’s meet Katniss’ entourage, shall we?
The ending to HBO’s magnum TV opus ‘The Sopranos‘ has remained a source of debate over the last seven years, as fans and viewers analyze every sound and frame of series finale “Made in America” for a clue to Tony Soprano’s ultimate fate. Now, despite a near-decade of refusals, series creator David Chase may finally have revealed if Tony Soprano lived or died.
If you thought all of the official images released from ‘Batman vs. Superman‘ were dour, just wait! According to a baffling new story making the rounds on the internet today, Warner Bros. has decided that their superhero films will be joke-free. Yes, they’re apparently instituting a “no jokes” policy on their upcoming DC comics movie universe, which means we’ll get an ‘Aquaman’ movie with no humor to be found. (What’s the point of making an Aquaman movie if you can’t crack a joke or two?)
2014 has been a long year. It’s the first time since 2005 that we haven’t had a Pixar movie and we’re feeling a little withdrawal. The good news is that 2015 brings us two new Pixar movies, including ‘Inside Out‘, the next film from Oscar-winning director Pete Docter (‘Up’). While some were lucky enough to see the opening five minutes at a Pixar preview earlier this year, the first public release ‘Inside Out’ footage was made available today on the Disney Anywhere app. And, maybe it’s the Pixar withdrawal speaking, but we’re starting to get really excited.
Many a big-name director once cut their teeth on NBC’s ‘Community,’ from the likes of ‘Fast and Furious‘ franchise helmer Justin Lin, to ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier‘ (and sequel!) directors Joe and Anthony Russo. Now, with ‘Community’ headed into unfamiliar territory for its sixth season on Yahoo Screen, the Russos will return to guide its transition by directing the season 6 premiere.
Remember the explosive “Blackwater” episode of ‘Game of Thrones‘ season 2, where the quick-witted Tyrion used dragon fire to engulf nearly all of the enemy’s fleet in a mushroom cloud of green flame? Or how about the second-to-last episode of last season, “Watchers on the Wall,” which had giants, war mammoths a crazy single-shot scene? Director Neil Marshall is the man behind those iconic installments, but could he be returning to the big screen next to make that Black Widow movie everyone keeps talking about?