Five-piece LA band IronTom will be rocking on stage this spring with Awolnation and the Family of the Year. These guys have a lot of energy and a theatrical style on stage. You will definitely be in for a good show. If you are a trend-setter when it comes to the tunes you adopt into your playlist, you might want to give these fellas a spin. Read more
Working with a simple plot and on an indie budget Adam Sandler gives a good performance in the fantasy comedy The Cobbler. Doing what he does best, the comedian turns on the charm making his character enjoyable to watch under the creative direction of Tom McCarthy who co-wrote the script. While the story follows a theme similar to Sandler’s Click, here however, he’s more of a champion than an opportunist.
Getting tuned up for Pitch Perfect 2 coming out this Friday? You aren’t the only one! Fans and cast both join together to help bring the song/video “Crazy Youngsters” by Ester Dean to life in celebration of the upcoming production. It was shot around the world, and it not only features the film’s cast and fans, but also YouTube and Vine stars as well. Read more
It won’t be long before Pitch Perfect 2 sings its way into theaters. Fortunately for us, we can tease you a little along the way! We recently had the pleasure of chatting with the Filharmonic, a six-piece group who play against the beloved Bardon Bellas in the film’s A Cappella competition for worldwide harmonic domination. Read more
Two more celebrities jump on the bandwagon in NBC’s summer series Running Wild with Bear Grylls. You may have heard of these new special guests: Academy Award-winning actress Kate Winslet and Academy Award-nominated actress Kate Hudson. Read more
Doctor Who will be returning this fall with UNIT scientist Osgood, played by Ingrid Oliver. She was originally killed by Missy (Michelle Gomez) in the show’s season eight finale “Death in Heaven”, but Steven Moffat decided to bring back the Doctor’s biggest fan. Read more
Jack Black returns to the screen with a quirky comedy The D Train that turns on the charm before going into a tail spin that almost crashes. The movie does have its moments showing a lot of off color humor with Black kicking up his character old style much like days of movies past. However directors Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul depend on James Marsden to carry the heavy role to make the film work and there’s no doubt that his performance saves the day.
The cast from Showtime’s The Affair attended a screening of the show and a panel discussion at the historic Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, hosted by Hollywood Reporter’s Stacey Wilson. Joshua Jackson (Cole Lockhart), Ruth Wilson (Alison Bailey), Maura Tierney (Helen Solloway) and Julia Goldani Telles (Whitney Solloway) joined the audience in conversation about the show along with the show’s producers Sarah Treem and Jeffrey Reiner. Read more
Next year Universal Orlando Resort will unleash the new Skull Island: Reign of King Kong attraction. It will open in the summer of 2016 at their Island of Adventure. It is rumored to be an intense, all-new adventure immersed in a dramatic environment.
Universal Creative is working closely with Peter Jackson, famed director of 2005’s blockbuster movie, King Kong, to immerse guests in this incredible adventure.
“King Kong is a Hollywood movie legend and a huge part of both our history and our future,” said Mike West, Executive Producer, Universal Creative. “He gives us the opportunity to tap into everything that makes our film history so special and everything that makes our theme park attractions so spectacular. We can’t wait to bring him to life in such an epic way.”
If that wasn’t enough, Universal is also working with Nintendo to create some amazing attractions for game lovers everywhere. Nintendo has created remarkable and imaginative worlds filled with captivating stories and beloved characters. Now, for the first time, those stories and characters will be brought to life in entirely new ways, only at Universal theme parks.
The immersive experiences will include major attractions at Universal’s theme parks and will feature Nintendo’s most famous characters and games. More details will be announced in the future, as the Nintendo and Universal creative teams work to create specific concepts.
Taking a closer look at Jewish social standards the film Felix and Meira an unusual romance comes to theaters. The subject matter of the drama looks at dominance, boredom, nonconformity, defiance and separation in a strict culture that’s ruled by their religious beliefs. The movie is attractively dark with fine direction, acting and a production crew. The cinematography provides a fascinating background filmed in low light giving the feel of the central character’s boredom with a bleak outlook on life.
Protagonist B.J. Blazkowicz manages to snap out of a coma, remove himself from the wheelchair he’s been confined to for decades, and quickly move on to his favorite pastime: killing Nazis, in last year’s Wolfenstein: The New Order. This seems like an unlikely feat… but, by the time you complete Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, you’ll realize it’s just another day at the office for Blazkowicz. Read more
Actress Rose McGowan (Charmed, Grindhouse) gave a speech to a small invite-only group of young female executives and producers at the Sisterhood of the Traveling Producers event. In it she discussed her experience in the industry and how she has felt both as a piece of property and as a competitor in the industry. She congratulated the team of women for their camaraderie, stating it was a scarce commodity in the business. Read more
TERA, an award-winning PC action MMO, is available on Steam starting today, May 5, 2015. Since its launch, TERA has amassed over 17 million registered users around the world, built a strong community of fans, and continues to receive praise for its action-focused combat by players and critics alike. Now, for the first time since its North America launch in 2012, TERA will be available to download and play for free by Steam’s growing community of over 100 million players. Read more
Chiller’s first original series, Slasher, follows the plight of a young woman who returns to the small town where she was born, only to find herself the centerpiece in a series of horrifying copycat murders – based on the widely-known, grisly killings of her parents. The eight-part season serves as the first instalment of an anthology series, where each season exists as a self-contained hybrid of the slasher subgenre of horror films and the traditional murder mystery. Over the course of the Slasher series, a variety of mysteries will unfold, building towards a climactic finale. Read more