Gary Oldman and Tom Hardy are on the trail of a serial killer in the Soviet Union in the 1950’s set Child 44.
The most dangerous criminal in the world according to the CIA, things aren’t what they seem when he’s brought into a South African safe house.
If you are looking for an older, mentor type for your fantasy show or movie, Liam Cunningham should be one of your first choices after playing characters like Davos on Game of Thrones.
John Cusack and Malin Ackerman have to crack the code of the mysterious “numbers stations” that have driven conspiracy theories since World War II.
A bunch of pilots are set into various stages of development, some big deals in streaming video on youtube and Amazon and G4 is no more.
This week on the podcast Zach, Chris and Joe, back from holiday break, talk about the jam packed slate of Marvel movies for the next couple years and the complete lack thereof of DC movies, how awesome Michael Fassbender is, the pros/cons of Ghost Rider, Rocket Raccoon, the personal life of JCVD and much more.
All the studios apparently decided today was the day they were going to release everything as most of the major February/March movies are out along with the previous seasons for almost every USA show and our Pick of the Week, the Workaholics Season 1 and 2 Blu Ray Combo Doggy.
The Lorax easily not only won the weekend box office, but also had the best debut of the year by far with just over $70 million.
Act of Valor dominated the weekend box office while Gone had the worst opening weekend of the year so far.
The Vow loses it’s Valentine’s Day advantage and gives up the top spot to Safe House while the new releases had pretty mediocre openings.