After over a decade, Jack Ryan is back, and played by Chris Pine, in Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, where the late Tom Clancy’s most famous character gets involved in a threat against the world’s financial system early in his CIA career.
Breaking Bad won Outstanding Drama Series last night at the Emmy Awards, but most people were probably actually watching Breaking Bad instead, so here’s the full list of winners.
Keanu Reeves stars as one of the titular 47 Ronin as they band together to defend their land against all manner of evil forces.
Mary Poppins apparently was close to never getting made as author, P.L. Travers was very particular about everything and pushed back against the Disney adaptation, as detailed in the upcoming movie, Saving Mr. Banks.
When his brother goes missing, mill worker Russel Baze has to enter the seedy criminal world of the Rust Belt to try and find out what happened in the upcoming thriller, Out of the Furnace.
Arnold and Sly are trapped in a high tech prison together and must find a way to escape in the upcoming action movie, Escape Plan (formerly The Tomb)
The Lambert family is still being haunted by demonic forces in the upcoming sequel to Insidious, coming this September.
ABC’s big gun is Agents of SHIELD but they also have eleven other shows in the pipeline including Christian Slater and Steve Zahn in Mind Games and a bunch of comedies.
Fox is betting big on procedurals and star powered comedies this Fall with shows like the Andy Samberg starring cop comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine and the futuristic cop show starring Karl Urban, Almost Human.
NBC unveiled their new shows after they did a mass cancelling of almost all their comedies and a bunch of their dramas. The strongest of their new shows seems to be The Blacklist, with James Spader as a Hannibal Lecteresque criminal/terrorist.