Paramount Hercules has the distinction of not being the worst Hercules movie this year. If that sounds like a low bar to clear, well, there’s a reason I chose it.
FX Austin, Texas, is a great city for music festivals, barbeque, and putting your penis in real estate listings, apparently.
The Rock continued his whirlwind promotional tour for Hercules with an appearance on Conan last night, and laid out a number of anecdotes that might be embarrassing for men with less charisma and/or muscle mass.
Getty Image George R. R. Martin continues to avoid writing A Song Of Ice And Fire by visiting San Diego Comic Con.
We all took a lot of joy in watching Morgan Freeman suck down helium for his show Through The Wormhole, changing his legendary voice into a squeaky kid’s toy.
Getty Image Joel McHale saying “f*ck network television” immediately became my favorite thing at Comic-Con so far this year.
The Rock put so much into this performance as Hercules that he literally blacked out from the rush of adrenaline.
Being number one earns a certain kind of attention in life, but “Weird Al” Yankovic has never needed help with that.
If you’re the kind of person who honestly thinks that provoking the wrath of Kim Jong-Un is a bad idea, then you might want to dig your bomb shelter a little deeper with the release of this new international trailer for The Interview.
Via Twitter While the rest of the sports-loving planet is worn out from all of that World Cup action from last month, a new batch of athletes are currently in Glasgow, Scotland competing in the Commonwealth Games.
YouTube Earlier today, you undoubtedly watched the first trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey for one of three likely reasons: 1) to squeal with delight at the first look at Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele come to life; 2) to shake your head in disbelief and disgust at the poor casting choices of John and Jane Vanilla; or 3) to find out what the f*ck all of the commotion is about.
YouTube One of Paramount’s big surprises during its panel at San Diego Comic-Con today was some brand new footage from Hot Tub Time Machine 2.
Via Alexandra Cheney The thing that we love about San Diego Comic-Con is that we keep getting older but the excitement and surprises remain the same.
Sony Pictures Entertainment Weekly’s super-duper Comic-Con double issue already gave us the first look at Peter Dinklage, Adam Sandler, Michelle Monaghan and Josh Gad in the Happy Madison adaptation of Pixels, but this new ad from Sony Pictures is giving us way more of what actually matters.
Trigger warning: If you’ve ever had a father or some sort of father figure, you probably won’t want to watch this trailer without consulting your psychiatrist (unless, of course, your psychiatrist is your father figure – in which case you are completely f**ked.) The trailer is for the film “Whiplash” which was written and directed by Damien Chazelle.
Via Zack Snyder Earlier today we were treated to pictures of the new batsuit on display at Comic-Con to promote Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.
SUNDANCE Hollywood Game Night (NBC, 8 p.m.) — Dave Foley competes alongside Seth Green, Monica Potter, Jenna Elfman, Michael Ealy, and Katy Mixon, because Dave Foley has to be on every show.
ABC/Disney Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was, well, lackluster until Captain America: The Winter Soldier came along and completely changed the show and its approach.
NBC/Daily Seinfeld A while back when I took on the unenviable scientific research process of ranking all of Jerry’s girlfriends from Seinfeld, I vowed that my crack team of experts was far from done.
Comic-Con 2014 has just begun and I’m already getting FOMO. But who needs San Diego’s sunshine and beach beauties when I have the bright light of my computer monitor and an endless supply of beach beauties available to me on the internet?