9 items from 2015
Mary Steenburgen has left Harlan for Tucson.
The Justified scene-stealer boarded Last Man on Earth Sunday as the latest survivor of a virus that obliterated most of human civilization.
Though the Fox series’ premise is a grim one, “We really have fun,” Steenburgen says. “I’m kind of a laugh junkie. It’s what I appreciate in life, because life is rich and sometimes it’s hard, and I really, really love to laugh and gravitate towards people who make me laugh.”
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Dudes, dudes everywhere but nary a dad in sight.
That could very well be an unofficial synopsis of Tuesday’s Mindy Project season finale (Fox, 9:30/8:30c), which finds the pregnant Dr. L grappling with visits from a collection of her exes and wondering why Danny bails on a very important relationship milestone.
Still, series creator/star Mindy Kaling tells TVLine, those who want Baby Castellano’s folks to hurry up and figure it all out might not be disappointed — after all, didn’t You’ve Got Mail, Sleepless in Seattle, When Harry Met Sally and pretty much every »
With a keen eye open for a spiffy new potential franchise, Relativity has snapped up the rights to Realm, a new Young Adult dark fantasy pitch by director Scott Speer (Step Up 4: Miami Heat). Rebecca Sonnenshine (The Vampire Diaries) wrote the screenplay.Speer sealed the deal with a proof-of-concept short film which you can watch above. The story revolves around Claire Daniels (played in the short by Adelaide Kane), a sort-of-exorcist in sort-of Matrix threads.The slight twist in the set-up is that, while a traditional exorcism simply casts a demon out of the possessed to go elsewhere, Claire finishes the job and kills the supernatural bastards. She seems to do this by entering a coma-like state which gives her access to "the subconscious mind of the posessed, or the Realm of the Soul." Hence the name. So the Beckinsale Pvc and leather is her subconscious avatar, while outside »
From Hasbro, Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions, the live-action motion-picture adaptation of Jem And The Holograms directed by Jon M. Chu (G.I. Joe: Retaliation, Step Up Revolution) is slated for release this Fall. A contemporary take on the popular 80s cartoon series, Jem And The Holograms takes place in the hyper-linked social media age. When orphaned teenage girl Jerrica Benton becomes an online recording sensation, she and her band embark on a music-driven scavenger hunt - one that sends them on an adventure across Los Angeles - in an attempt to unlock a final message left by her father. Elle Magazine has snagged the first official image from the film, which will appear in their upcoming March issue (scan courtesy of io9.com): Jem stars Aubrey Peeples as Jerrica/Jem, »
- Pietro Filipponi
There's one very hot reason to head to The Boy Next Door: Ryan Guzman. The sexy star appears opposite Jennifer Lopez, and we've rounded up plenty of Ryan eye candy for your viewing pleasure. Fans know him (and his sexy dance moves) from Step Up Revolution and Step Up All In, and he also appeared in Pretty Little Liars. Keep reading for some of Ryan's hottest snaps, and find out why the 27-year-old star should be on your radar. »
The trailer for Magic Mike Xxl got you hot and bothered? Wait until you hear what the fellas have planned to make sure you leave the movie theater sat-is-fied. Et's Nischelle Turner visited the set of the highly anticipated summer sequel to find out just how hot it's going to get.
"This [sequel] is going to sneak up on everyone," Joe Manganiello told Et. "We've kind of gone to the next level. When you thought it couldn't go anywhere further, we take it there." He adds, "People are not going to be prepared for this movie."
Watch: More Behind The Scenes of 'Magic Mike Xxl'
Manganiello reprises his role as Big Dick Richie in the sequel, out July 1. And while he revealed that he ran some moves by fiancé Sofia Vergara, when asked whether she returned the favor, Manganiello admitted that the sultry Colombian taught him a few moves herself. "The Colombian »
“Nobody bats 1,000,” Lopez told Seth Meyers on Wednesday night as critics were preparing to pan her new thriller
While TheWrap‘s Inkoo Kang wrote “Lopez is far and away the best thing about the film,” she ultimately joined the majority of the critics panning this weekend’s wide release from Universal Pictures by concluding it’s “neither good nor bad, nor campy nor scary enough to be in any way memorable. »
- Greg Gilman
The film mostly focuses on Lopez herself — a decision that robs it of the symbiosis of fear and attraction that makes an erotic thriller...
In the last two decades, the once-disreputable genre of the erotic thriller has improbably gone arthouse, resulting in critically lauded but largely unseen indies like last year’s “Under the Skin” and “Stranger by the Lake.” A throwback to such racy but scolding Adrian Lyne movies as “Unfaithful” and “Indecent Proposal,” “The Boy Next Door” returns the mainstream erotic thriller to the multiplex, but its thin T-shirts and thinner characterizations fail to make a convincing case for the genre’s resurrection. »
- Inkoo Kang
If hanging a tear-off flyer is good enough for selling used couches and finding lost pets, it’s good enough for finding a fellow survivor of the apocalypse, right?
That’s the premise put forth in this exclusive key art for Fox’s upcoming single-camera comedy, The Last Man on Earth.
Will Forte (Saturday Night Live) plays the title character, Phil Miller, who mysteriously makes it through an event that wipes out the rest of humanity in the year 2022. Now, he travels North America in an Rv, hoping to find other survivors.
9 items from 2015
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