New PBS Documentary Hopes to Open Eyes and Inspire Action
Most of us turn to TV for great stories that entertain and allow us to leave our own lives behind for a spell. But TV, with its focus on visual (sometimes visceral) storytelling, can also serve as an important source of education.
Why Jennifer Lopez’s ‘Door’ Opened, And Depp’s ‘Mortdecai’ Didn’t: B.O. Breakdown
It was the tale of two stars at the weekend box office, one who opened a film — Jennifer Lopez with Universal’s The Boy Next Door at $15M — and one who tanked — Johnny Depp with Lionsgate’s Mortdecai at $4.1M. The discrepancy between the two films showed one star, Lopez, who kept it cheap and met her audience's wants head-on, and another, Depp, who at a high price lost himself in a zany ...
Spring Arts - Film: A film season of . . . sameness
It's a new year - well, practically (still January) - and a new spirit pervades the land. Nowhere is that sense of innovation and imagination, of bold ideas and daring leaps into the further reaches of artistic realms, more in evidence than in Hollywood.
'Ant-Man': Now We Know What Yellowjacket Looks Like
We get a closer look at Marvel's Ant-Man. So after the Ant-Man trailer that refused to show anything other than Paul Rudd and a bit of Michael Douglas, Marvel has now released a series of new pictures including some behind-the-scenes moments and a clearer look at Evangeline Lily's Hope Van Dyne and Corey Stoll 's villain Darren Cross.
Arrow: Midnight City Extended Trailer Released
Seasoned comics readers will recognize Brickwell as Brick, a Green Arrow villain introduced in Green Arrow vol. 3 #40 by Judd Winick and Phil Hester. As a metahuman, Brick possesses ultra-durable skin that grants him invulnerability and super-strength.