The Geek News You Need: December 12, 2013 - IGN.com While a mastery of the arcane arts due to an ... me to be done with these Hobbit movies." So what ... for fans of the Smash series, as this week ... 12/12/2013 - 3:54 pm | View Link
TGIF: Movie capsule review for the week starting Dec. 13 - News-Herald ... the action fails to rise above anything we�ve seen in this superhero movies of late, and Hemsworth and Portman, as talented as they are... 12/12/2013 - 3:30 pm | View Link
No nomination for Oprah, and more movie surprises from the Golden ... - Globe and Mail ... but as a television show that publicizes prestigious movies, it’s a ... opens Christmas Day, was only shown to press this week and reviews ... 12/12/2013 - 11:34 am | View Link
Mendocino Coast Calendar of Events - Advocate-News Open Studio, 11 a.m., Dec. 14. MOVIES - Coast ... House, live music seven nights a week, Saturday ... Arena, 882-3114. - Pacific Textile Arts ... 12/12/2013 - 11:31 am | View Link
Hollywood Searches for Fresh Talents in Russia - Moscow Times ... with support from the Ministry of Culture, earlier this week held the ... and a casting director to do a real casting for two Hollywood movies. 12/12/2013 - 10:28 am | View Link
This Week's Highlights From the Arts & Entertainment Section That said, not much is changing in terms of the topics we cover. The section will still focus on movies, television, music, books, fine arts, and millennial lifestyle topics. Arts and Entertainment is just a truer reflection of the arts focus, the ... 10/18/2013 - 7:56 am | View Link
Docs, docu-dramas, and one verrrry angry high schooler: new movies! This week's fare includes a thoughtful doc about the debate over late-term abortions, Benedict Cumberbatch's star turn as Julian Assange, the Carrie remake, and more. Carrie A high-school outcast (Chloë Grace Moritz) unleashes hell on her bullying ... 10/18/2013 - 7:54 am | View Link
Race car drivers, rock stars, witches, flight attendants, and more: choose your Halloween costume from this week's new movies! For this week's longer reviews, check out Dennis Harvey's take on the doc Inequality for All, and my chat with Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett in honor of the band's new 3D IMAX concert film, Metallica: Through the Never. Read on for short takes galore! 09/27/2013 - 11:53 am | View Link
Vehicle 19: Not the movie of the week Perhaps lightning will strike. Or perhaps moviegoers overseas would like to see a South African movie that isn't a copy of American movies? Either way, this week's releases offer some opportunities for comparison, because the NFVF refused to fund Of Good ... 08/7/2013 - 11:51 pm | View Link
Battles without honor and humanity: this week's new movies While all the cool kids are at Cannes, us losers are stuck stateside to contemplate the two big Hollywood movies opening this week: Battleship, which stars Liam Neeson, the guy still smarting from his titular role in the reigning biggest flop of all time ... 05/17/2012 - 9:19 am | View Link
The second film in Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit" trilogy, 'The Desolation of Smaug', is expected to earn around $80 million in its North American debut this weekend.
That would put it just a tiny bit shy of last year's "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" which opened to $84.6 million in the United States.
Though 'Smaug' will open in 49 territories this weekend, it is opening in fewer territories day-and-date with the United States with countries like Japan and Australia not getting it for a while yet.
The first photos have gone online showcasing the reunion of "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" and "The Dark Knight Rises" stars Tom Hardy and Gary Oldman in Daniel Espinosa's "Child 44".
Jason Clarke, Joel Kinnaman, Paddy Considine and Vicent Cassel also star. The film is based on the novel by Tom Rob Smith and set in Stalinst Russia in the 1950s, where the official decree of the state is that "there is no crime".
Hardy plays a disgraced MGB agent investigating a prolific child murderer who may have connections to the highest levels of the party.
Ahead of the Christmas Special, a couple of new tidbits about the final Matt Smith adventure are out. Amongst the points garnered: There’s a 'fair bit' of nudity, we'll likely find out why they are called 'The Silence', and elements from every series of Matt’s Doctor will come to a head.
Asked about Smith's final words, show runner Steven Moffat says: "I didn’t think I would go that way, but a couple of months before I wrote it I did say to Mark (Gatiss) that I thought I knew what his last moment would be.
"Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter has settled on his first post-Sons project - the violent historical revenge drama "The Bastard Executioner".
The story is said to follow a warrior knight in King Edward III's charge who is broken by the ravages of war and vows to lay down his sword.
Columnist Anne Thompson recently sat down with Joel and Ethan Coen to talk about "Inside Llewyn Davis" when the topic of another project came up.
Years ago came word of "Hail Caesar" which was seen as a George Clooney venice - the third of their proposed loose 'idiot trilogy' following "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" and "Intolerable Cruelty".
Turns out, that script may finally be turned into a film after all.