Jennifer Lawrence’s peaceful life married to Javier Bardem is interrupted by mysterious guests who show up without warning at their home in the country in Darren Aronofsky’s upcoming horror/drama, Mother!
Hulu is making a major bid to compete with Netflix and Amazon’s catalog of original dramas with two potentially great shows on their service in 2016, the time travel thriller 11/22/63 and The Path, which follows the members of a potentially dangerous cult.
Brilliant but troubled surgeon Dr. John Thackery (Clive Owen) continues to try and push early surgical science in the upcoming second season of Cinemax’s The Knick.
Margot Robbie stars as a survivor of an apocalyptic event whose life gets complicated when two men (Chris Pine and Chiwetel Ejiofor) arrive in the seemingly untouched valley where she has been living.
The boys are back next summer with the Entourage movie as Ari’s first big bet as a studio head is Vince’s big budget take on Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, but it seems like it’s quickly spiraling over budget.
Frank Grillo returns to the world of MMA for the upcoming DirecTV original series, Kingdom, where he plays legendary fighter turned gym owner, Alvey Kulina.
Stallone, Tom Jane, Tom Berenger and Danny Trejo are just some of the cast members of, not an action movie weirdly, but a Crashesque drama coming this October, Reach Me.
CBS will continue to try and sate America’s appetite for crime and death with a bunch of new crime dramas like Stalker and NCIS: New Orleans.
The cable channels that know drama and comedy revealed what they have in the works for the Fall season, like The Transporter, cop spoof Angie Tribeca and The Librarians, based on the trilogy of TNT original movies.
Fox has a bunch of new dramas like the trippy looking Wayward Pines, Ancient Egyptian set Hieroglyph and BBC remake Gracepoint but also comedies like Mulaney, starring, obviously, John Mulaney.