Cary Fukunaga is back for a new Netflix Original series, Maniac, where Emma Stone and Jonah Hill are patients of an experimental medical trial that involves putting them into alternate reality scenarios, like a Lord of the Ringsesque fantasy, in order to try and “cure” their individual psychological issues.
Mission: Impossible Fallout maintained it’s number one spot at the box office as the new releases mostly underperformed to downright bombed while Black Panther, still in 25 theaters, crossed over $700 million domestic.
Before he was one of cinema’s preeminent badasses, Jason Statham was a former swimmer turned model who appeared as a background dancer for groups like Erasure and The Shamen while later appearing in more normal cameos for The Beautiful South and Calvin Harris.
After what feels like forever, Better Call Saul is finally back for its fourth season and AMC put up a brief recap to remind you what happened in the show’s excellent third season, including the shocking climax.
August gets started with a bizarre mix of movies including a reimagining of Winnie the Pooh from Disney, a Mila Kunis/Kate McKinnon spy comedy, a dystopian YA movie and the latest conspiracy theory ramblings of Dinesh D’Souza.
Get ready to check out the newest and creative games in one of the world’s most famous cities, Playcrafting presents Play NYC 2018, a convention dedicated to development of gaming. Play NYC brings together gamers of all ages to get a hands on experience with prospecting game titles. This includes table top, video games, VR simulators and […]
Debuting in 1988 from animation factory DIC, C.O.P.S (Central Organization of Police Specialists) followed the titular group of heroic law enforcement agents, led by the badass Bulletproof Vess, as they battled the criminal organization of crime-lord Big Boss.
July closes out its DVD and Blu-Ray release schedule with the excellent Starz series Counterpart, the final season of Star Wars Rebels, the latest Lego DC Super Heroes movie and more.
Mission Impossible: Fallout had the biggest opening of the MI franchise and the second biggest opening for star Tom Cruise while Teen Titans Go! underperformed in their big screen debut.
Even though he’s conquered all sorts of different media over the years, one of LL Cool J’s most iconic pieces of pop culture will always be “Mama Said Knock You Out” from the 1991 album of the same name.