Summer is almost over, but the heat waves and the need for air conditioning will remain well into the month of August. Many of you will start school again in the coming weeks, so why not use the last of your time off to end the summer in style? Below, we’ve included five films that are perfect for burning out the final days of summer in a blaze of glory.
Hunter Parrish sings about a love so deep that sitting at home with his better half feels like “drinking in Paris” and “kissing in Rome” in the newly released music video for his first single, “Sitting At Home.”
I would love to sit here and tell you all that The Bourne Legacy was just as good as any film in the original Matt Damon trilogy, but, unfortunately I can’t. While I did enjoy it, this is one of those films in which the bad or not-so-great outweighs the good. [Mild Spoilers]
Since the massive success of The King’s Speech at the Academy Awards last year, there has been an almost gargantuan scramble by Hollywood studios to produce and release biopics.
Being a part of a popular fandom can get expensive. Between books, merchandise and movies, a significant amount of money can be spent buying each of these as they roll around. Movies are probably the most expensive and with movie studios releasing ‘special’ boxed ‘collections’, many loyal fans are starting to feel outraged and priced-gouged.
The Hunger Games
Bruno Gunn has joined the growing cast of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire as the District 2 tribute, Brutus.
Falling in love can be very awkward. However, attempting to fall back in love with your spouse of 31 years can be even more awkward, as demonstrated in David Frankel’s Hope Springs. In a hilarious yet somewhat unresolved manner, Kay (Meryl Streep) and Arnold (Tommy Lee Jones) seek to restore their once youthful love in a now crumbling marriage.
Grimm returns in less than a week and NBC has finally revealed the episode synopses for the first two episodes!
Raymond J. Barry has been chosen to play an older version of a New Girl roommate! Check out which one here!
American Horror Story
Ryan Murphy took to his new Twitter account to answer some fan questions about American Horror Story: Asylum. Check out what he had to say!
The Mortal Instruments
Jonathan Rhys Meyers is the latest rumored cast member for The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones movie. He is said to be playing the villainous role of Valentine.
The Killers have unleashed another album trailer entitled “Ronnie, the Sage” in promotion of their upcoming album, Battle Born.
Karmin has unveiled the music video for the title track off the duo’s debut album, Hello.
Fifty Shades of Grey
We learned earlier today that American Psycho writer Bret Easton Ellis is no longer in the running to write the screenplay for Fifty Shades of Grey, and now reports have surfaced about which four writers are still in the running.
The first trailer for the baseball drama Trouble with the Curve, starring Clint Eastwood, Amy Adams, and Justin Timberlake, has hit the web.
In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn director Bill Condon speaks about Kristen Stewart’s recent announcement that she cheated on Rob Pattinson.
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We previously told you that American Idol contestant Jessica Sanchez has been in talks to appear on Glee, and it now sounds like she may not be the only former Idol contestant to be on the show.
A trailer for the “soccer dramedy” Playing for Keeps, starring Gerard Butler and Jessica Biel, has landed online.
Mumford and Sons are back. The foursome have released their first single off upcoming sophomore album Babel – “I Will Wait.”