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Burbank, CA (May 24, 2016) – Building on the momentum of its wildly successful first season, Gotham turned up the heat with a villain-centric second season that has elevated the series to No. 2 among Fox shows*. Fans have the chance to prepare for this fall’s suspenseful third season with the August 16, 2016 release of Gotham: The Complete Second Season on Blu-rayTM including Digital HD and DVD from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (Wbhe).
*Source: Nielsen National TV View L+7 Men 12-17 Us AA%; excluding repeats, specials, sports, and <2 TCs; Season To-Date = 9/21/15-2/7/16
The Wbhe release of the Gotham: The Complete Second Season Blu-ray including Digital HD ($54.97 Srp) and DVD ($49.99 Srp) includes all 22 episodes of the series’ thrilling second, as well as fascinating featurettes, Gotham’s 2015 Comic-Con panel, deleted scenes and a gag reel. Gotham: The Complete Second Season is also available to own on Digital HD via purchase from digital retailers. »
- ComicMix Staff
Now that you have had a few days to come down from the season finale of Gotham, you may have started wondering when you can own the home video release. Thankfully, Fox and Warner Bros. opted to not wait very long at all to announce that the complete second season will arrive on Blu-Ray on August 16. One would also expect a DVD release on that very date, but it remains unclear whether or not it will contain all of the featurettes included on its mighty Blu-Ray counterpart.
Speaking of featurettes, a full rundown can be found in the official press release, along with a thorough synopsis and cast details. We also have the front cover art to share with you, which bears what may be the coolest piece of promo art circulated for this past season.
- Eric Joseph
Katie Holmes makes an undistinguished helming debut with “All We Had,” a middlebrow drama with no pretensions but also no depth. Based on Annie Weatherwax’s novel about a zero-income mother-daughter duo hit hard by the economic downturn, the pic is laid low by a banal script that takes the easy path at every turn, resulting in a yet another movie of good intentions and weak delivery. Performances are the strong suit, especially Luke Wilson, whose discreet, fully engaged conception of character makes prosaic dialogue feel real. Holmes and Wilson combined should generate enough interest to see decent VOD traffic.
Thanks to a cliched voice-over and over-explanatory conversation, all background info deemed necessary is spoon-fed within the first five minutes. Rita (Holmes) and her 14-year-old Ruthie (Stefania Owen, “The Carrie Diaries”) are all alone in the world, exiting yet another town where they can’t pay their bills. Rita’s »
- Jay Weissberg
Team Experience is at the Tribeca Film Festival. Here's Manuel on All We Had.
To say Rita Carmichael is Katie Holmes’s best role and best performance to date seems almost like a backhanded compliment. After all, Joey Potter aside, what else comes close to that description? Nevertheless, there’s no denying that Holmes has thrown herself into the role of this drunk single mother whose solution to her problems is putting “all we had” into their car and driving away, hoping the signs (on the road and, you know, of the universe) lead her to where she needs to be.
Holmes is a prickly presence on screen as Rita, finding ways of making her sunken eyes and oft-mimicked mouth quirks work to her advantage to sketch out this clearly broken woman who’s trying her darndest to offer her teenage daughter (a solid Stefania Owen in white trash Rory »
- Manuel Betancourt
The film, produced by Gabriel and Rafael Francisco, is directed by Jeremy Profe from a script he co-wrote with Walter Vincent. It re-creates the aftermath of the 1980 murder of John Lennon as police officers, nurses and emergency doctors raced to save Lennon’s life at New York’s Roosevelt Hospital.
The film stars Richard Kind as Dr. Stephan Lynn, Evan Jonigkeit as Dr. David Halleran and Walter Vincent as Alan B. Weiss, the ABC news producer who broke the news about Lennon. Halleran and Weiss are expected to attend the premiere along with nurses Barbara Kammerer and Deartra Sato.
Lennon’s death, which caused a worldwide outpouring of grief, was the subject of 2007’s “The Killing of John Lennon” and 2008’s “Chapter 27, »
- Dave McNary
Back in June, Disney announced that it was developing an animated spinoff series to 2010’s Tangled, which will take place between the film and the 2012 short Tangled Ever After and see the return of voice actors Mandy Moore and Zachary Levy as Rapunzel and Eugene Fitzherbert.
Well, it has now been announced that the duo will be joined by fellow Tangled veterans Jeffrey Tambor (Transparent) and Paul F. Tompkins (Anchorman) as Big Nose and Shorty, members of the Snuggly Duckling Pub Thugs; and M.C. Gainey (Lost) as Captain of the Guards.
Meanwhile, New additions to the series include Ashley Judd (Divergent) as Rapunzel’s mother Queen Arianna; Eden Espinosa (Wicked) as Rapunzel’s handmaiden and confidant, Cassandra; Jeff Ross (The Wedding Ringer) as Hook Hand’s brother Hook Foot, Richard Kind (Inside Out) as Uncle Monty, Sean Hayes (Will & Grace) as Pete the Guard, Peter MacNicol (Ally McBeal) as Nigel the Advisor, »
- Gary Collinson
“Transparent” star Jeffrey Tambor and “Better Call Saul’s” Jonathan Banks are among the thesps lending their voices to Disney Channel’s upcoming animated series “Tangled: Before Ever After,” set between the events of the feature film and the start of the 2012 short film, “Tangled Ever After.” Also joining the film’s leads, Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi, are Ashley Judd as Rapunzel’s mother Queen Arianna; Broadway star Eden Espinosa as Rapunzel’s handmaiden and confidant, Cassandra; comedian Jeff Ross as Hook Hand’s brother Hook Foot; Richard Kind as Uncle Monty; Sean Hayes as Pete the Guard; Peter MacNicol as Nigel the Adviser; Clancy Brown as Rapunzel’s father King Frederic; Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as blacksmith Xavier; Diedrich Bader as »
- Jacob Bryant
Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi lead the voice cast of Disney Channel's upcoming Tangled: Before Ever After TV series. This new animated TV series is a sequel Disney's animated feature film, Tangled, and a prequel to the Tangled: Ever After short.
The cast of Tangled: Before Ever After also includes includes Ashley Judd, Eden Espinosa, Jeff Ross, Richard Kind, Jeffrey Tambor, Paul F. Tompkins, M.C. Gainey, Sean Hayes, Peter MacNicol, Clancy Brown, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Diedrich Bader, Charles Halford, Steve Blum, James Monroe, Jeremy Jordan, and Jonathan Banks.
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Jason Sudeikis‘ “The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea” and Kevin Spacey‘s “Elvis & Nixon” will have their world premieres at the 15th annual Tribeca Film Festival, which takes place April 13-24 in New York City. Katie Holmes will also have her directorial debut with “All We Had,” starring Stefania Owen, Holmes, Luke Wilson, Richard Kind, Mark Consuelos, Judy Greer and Eve Lindley. On Tuesday, the film festival announced its slate for the Midnight and Spotlight sections of the event, as well as the Centerpiece film. Also Read: Tribeca Film Festival Lineup to Feature Paul Rudd, Kristen Stewart - and Yep, »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
A whole bunch of big names want to get caught up in Tangled.
The Disney Channel series Tangled: Before Ever After has added a slew of TV and movie stars to its ranks, the network announced Tuesday. Among the cast additions: Ashley Judd (Divergent); Jonathan Banks (Better Call Saul); Sean Hayes (Will & Grace); Jeremy Jordan (Supergirl); and Jeffrey Tambor (Transparent), reprising his role from the 2010 movie.
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Set between events of the feature film and the 2012 short film "Tangled Ever After", five actors are reprising voice roles from the film - Mandy Moore as Rapunzel, Zachary Levi as Flynn Rider, Jeffrey Tambor as Big Nose, Paul F. Tompkins as Shorty, and M.C. Gainey as Captain of the Guards.
Joining them will be Ashley Judd as Rapunzel's mother Queen Arianna, Eden Espinosa as Rapunzel's handmaiden/friend Cassandra, comic Jeff Ross as Hook Foot, brother of Hand Foot and Richard Kind as Uncle Monty.
- Garth Franklin
Recently, CBS revealed the new,official synopsis/description for their upcoming "Elementary" episode 13 of season 4. The episode is entitled, "A Study In Charlotte," and it turns out that we're going to see some very interesting and serious stuff go down as a killer uses poisonous mushrooms to murder a professor and his students, prompting Holmes and Watson to try to hunt him down, and more! In the new, 13th episode press release: Holmes And Watson Search For A Killer Who Used Poisonous Mushrooms To Murder A Botany Professor And A Group Of Students, On "Elementary," Thursday, Feb. 18. Press release number 2: Sherlock and Joan will end up searching for a murderer who used poisonous mushrooms to murder a botany professor and a group of the instructor's students. Also, when Joan is disturbed by loud noises next door, she is going to learn that her neighbor, Trent (Richard Kind), has been »
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Pixar Animation Studios was the big winner at the 43rd Annual Annie Awards, Saturday evening at UCLA’s Royce Hall. Inside Out won Best Animated Feature along with 11 other categories, including Outstanding Music – Michael Giacchino; Outstanding Editing – Kevin Nolting; Outstanding Production Design – Ralph Eggleston; Outstanding Voice Acting – Phyllis Smith as ‘Sadness’; Outstanding Writing – Pete Docter, Meg LeFauve and Josh Cooley; and Best Directing – Pete Docter.
Watch the 2016 Annie Awards here.
This year was the first for the new category Best Animated Feature, Independent with Filme de Papel’s ‘Boy and the World’ taking this top honor.
The Best Animated Special Production was awarded to ‘He Named Me Malala’ (Parkes-MacDonald/Little Door); Best Animated Short Subject ‘World of Tomorrow’ (Don Hertzfeldt); Best Animated TV/Broadcast Commercial ‘Man and Dog’ (Psyop); Best General Audience Animated TV/Broadcast Production for Preschool Children ‘Tumble Leaf’ – Mirror (Amazon Studios and »
- Michelle McCue
The slate includes Ramzi Ben Sliman’s French drama and Berlinale selection My Revolution, about a French-Tunisian teenager who unwittingly becomes a poster boy for the Arab Spring as he tries to win the heart of his love.
Rotterdam title Suntan from Argyris Papadimitropoulos is a dark ‘coming-of-middle-age’ drama that just premiered in Holland and stars Makis Papadimitriou as a lonely, middle-aged doctor of a tiny holiday island who become obsessed with a young tourist.
Visit’s slate comprises several Sundance titles led by [link »
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Gotham TV Podcast returns…
Evening sunshine, grab yourself a gin and Tonic, ice and a slice, and join John and Derek as we continue our coverage of Gotham with Season 2 Episode 2 “Knock, Knock”. We talk all about Alfred’s cockney threat to Lucious Fox, the introduction of the Maniax and their attack on the G.C.P.D. and of course the loss of one of our favourite characters in our Gotham Knock Knock Podcast.
Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) investigates the inmate escape from Arkham Asylum as Theo Galavan (James Frain) plots his revengeful move against Gotham as he not only kidnaps Mayor Aubrey James (Richard Kind) but places the ever more unhinged Jerome (Cameron Monaghan) in charge of the other Arkham escapees, who now go by the name “the Maniax”. Meanwhile at Wayne Manor Bruce’s quest to unlock »
- Luke Owen
The Dunphy clan will soon be visited by one iconic funny girl.
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Watch #ModernFamily Wednesday Jan. 6th at 9pm on ABC! You might hear a familiar voice… Dunphys, can you hear me?
— Barbra Streisand (@BarbraStreisand) January 4, 2016
Sources confirm for TVLine that Streisand will be heard in the episode — which finds Phil and Claire haggling with another couple over a dinner bill, while Jay and Gloria meet a set of »
The New York Film Critics Circle gala usually offers its share of highbrow speeches (just ask presenter Tony Kushner gushing over “Carol’s” screenplay), but this year’s celebration included an unexpected reference — to the MTV Movie Awards. One of the early winners at the dinner at Tao Downtown was Kristen Stewart. No, she hasn’t made another “Twilight.” The Nyfcc recognized her as best-supporting actress for her turn in the little-seen Cannes drama “Clouds of Sils Maria,” where she plays an assistant.
“I’ve received a lot of MTV Popcorns and stuff like that,” Stewart said. “This is a little different.” Her speech — which began with a laid-back salutation (“hey guys”) — was characteristically short. “The movie is thoughtful and quiet and kind of diagonal and not extreme in any way,” she said. “It came out a year ago. This is nuts.”
- Ramin Setoodeh
You might remember Inside Out for its intricate examination of a girl's interior life (and for Richard Kind's performance as Bing Bong), but what if it was about the opposite of that (and there was no Bing Bong, God forbid)? Well, according to an edit from Vimeo and University of Utah film student Jordan Hanson, who put together an edit of the film without any scenes inside Riley's mind, Inside Out would just be a sad, kinda normcore movie about girl who moves across the country and has to deal with a slew of mood swings. It's like Boyhood, but about a girl and with more hockey. »
- Jackson McHenry
18 items from 2016
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