Congratulations, you made it! It’s Friday and the weekend is already upon us. No, there wasn’t any World Cup matches on today but hey, the players deserved a bit of downtime right?
The Top 10 most watched movies on Streampix prove that variety is the spice of life. It’s an eclectic batch of flicks that goes to show how one person’s On Demand is another’s Must to Avoid.
Rhys Ifans is taking to the small screen in a big way. “The Amazing Spider-Man” star Ifans, who’s signed on for a recurring role in the upcoming season of CBS’s “Elementary,” has now also joined the Showtime pilot “Trending Down,” co-starring alongside Philip Seymour Hoffman and Kathryn Hahn.
By Jethro Nededog Philip Seymour Hoffman has joined Showtime’s dark comedy pilot, “Trending Down,” TheWrap has learned. Expected to be announced officially at Showtime’s TCA Press Tour panel on Tuesday, Hoffman will play the lead role of Thom Payne, a man dealing with becoming obsolete when his advertising agency is taken over. The pilot is […]
They say it’s an honor to be nominated….not that anyone really believes that but yes, actors up for Academy Awards always do say that. Still, for each category, only one person can go home a winner.
Hours after a surprise snub in Academy Award nominations, Ben Affleck won best director and his film “Argo” was named best picture at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards.
Life stories have always been the source of great movie fodder, whether the subject is a real person or someone invented. Here is one example of each.
Here’s what’s showing up at a theater near you this weekend. Ben Affleck continues to make his case as a director with the crime drama The Town, while M. Night Shyamalan struggles to hold onto his scare-maker status with Devil. Then Emma Stone takes the lead in the high school virginity comedy Easy A, while […]
Premiering today on Digital Versatile Disc are a pair of films about people who refused to think about life the way other people expected them to. The rock and roll rebels of Pirate Radio fought back against the conservative tyranny of 1960s Britain, while the unlikely superhero Defendor fights back against crime on the streets […]
Premiering on Comcast On Demand today is Pirate Radio, a comedy from Love Actually director Richard Curtis about 1960s Britain and how rock rebels dealt with the BBC’s denial of airtime to the musical revolution. Bill Nighy and his crew of pothead DJs (including American profanity enthusiast calling himself The Count [Philip Seymour Hoffman]) set […]