But, as they said, they don’t even have to worry about it for several months, and by the time fall rolls around, they may have come up with the perfect political spin.[via Entertainment Weekly, Australia’s ABC News]Want more stuff like this? Trump race as a “turd sandwich” vs. The last season of ‘South Park’ we just ended like a month and a half ago, we were really trying to make fun of what was going on, but we couldn’t keep up. So we decided to just kind of back off and let them do their comedy and we’ll do ours.”Matt Stone: “Let everyone in government do their comedy.”Stone said they don’t have to do more “South Park” episodes for about eight months, so it’s too early to say exactly what they might cover. “South Park” is known for being equal opportunity — mercilessly mocking PC culture as much as religion, and spoofing the Clinton vs. For the saddest, most basic reason: Reality is now funnier than their show.Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone told Australia’s ABC News that, in the recent Season 20 — which just ended in December — they struggled to keep up with the comedy opportunities presented by the divisive 2016 presidential election. Posted February 3, 2017 by Gina CarboneBuckle up, Buckaroos: Despite obvious opportunities for satire, the “South Park” creators plan to drive around the current political trainwrecks. So they may take a completely different angle when Season 21 premieres later this year (probably in September).Trey Parker: “It’s really tricky now because satire’s kind of become reality. So it’s really hard to make fun of. People say to them all the time that they must be getting such good material from the current political climate, like they’re happy about what’s happening, but that’s not the case at all.Stone: “It feels like it’s going to be more difficult.”Parker: “They’re already going out and doing the comedy. Like us on Facebook. a “giant douche.” They make fun of everyone.It’s sad to think of “South Park” benching itself on politics when those have been some of the strongest, most insightful episodes of the past two decades. It’s not something you can make fun of.”Stone: “We’re having our head blown off like everybody else.”Which is not to say that the guys are just typical Hollywood liberals. Why? What was actually happening was way funnier than anything we could come up with.



Like us on Facebook. THR said Urman will take on a larger role in retooling “Charmed” for next season once she’s done with “Jane.”As far as “The Lost Boys” reboot, TVLine said Thomas is writing the pilot for a planned anthology series, with the first season set during San Francisco’s 1967 “Summer of Love.” Thomas already wrapped production on “iZombie” Season 3, and the show has yet to be officially renewed for Season 4, so he has time to focus on this new series.Want more stuff like this? The CW already said yes to pilot orders for six new series, leaving no room at the inn for the witches of “Charmed” (from “Jane the Virgin” producer Jennie Snyder Urman) and vampire “Lost Boys” (from “iZombie” producer Rob Thomas).Also, THR quoted sources who said that the “Charmed” draft from “Jane the Virgin” writers Jessica O’Toole and Amy Rardin “didn’t come in the way the network had hoped,” and producer Urman is too busy wrapping up “Jane” Season 3 to have enough time to commit to the new show. Posted February 3, 2017 by Gina CarboneThe spells of the “Charmed” reboot need a bit more work.The CW has pushed back plans for two supernatural series, The Hollywood Reporter shared, rolling development of the “Charmed” and “The Lost Boys” reboots to next season. Why the delays?



22.Want more stuff like this? Like us on Facebook. Posted February 3, 2017 by Kelly WooHere’s some aca-amazing news: John Lithgow is joining the cast of “Pitch Perfect 3.”The actor recently won a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild Award for playing Winston Churchill in “The Crown.” There are no details about his role in “Pitch Perfect 3,” but it’s easy to imagine Lithgow as a snooty judge or demanding coach.The sequel brings back all of the Barden Bellas, including Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow, Rebel Wilson, Anna Camp, and Hailee Steinfeld. Kendrick posted this group shot recently:💋A photo posted by Anna Kendrick (@annakendrick47) on Jan 22, 2017 at 11:47am PST”Pitch Perfect 3″ is set to open in theaters Dec. Elizabeth Banks is also set to return, but only on screen — she will not be directing the third film. Lithgow joins other a cappella newbies Ruby Rose and Andy Allo.The cast members have already been sharing sneak peeks from the set as they film the movie.



Posted February 3, 2017 by Kelly WooSomething’s strange in the neighborhood! But where’s the fourth Ghostbuster, Mike (Finn Wolfhard)? Like us on Facebook. Maybe it’s Halloween and the three friends are heading to their school’s Halloween party. “Stranger Things” season 2 is set a year after the events of season 1, as the kids, Joyce (Winona Ryder), and Chief Hopper (David Harbour) attempt to lead normal lives again. The first teaser trailer for Netflix’s supernatural hit drama “Stranger Things” will air during the Super Bowl this Sunday. Season 2 is expected to stream later this year.Want more stuff like this? We aren’t expecting to see a whole lot of footage, but Entertainment Weekly has a sneak peek photo that is definitely something to get excited about:Yes, that’s Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin), and Will (Noah Schnapp) dressed as Ghostbusters. But of course, the Upside Down is still out there — and the fate of Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) is still up in the air.



Obviously, the stuntmen get to do their thing, but to get as much as they could give you safely, were you excited?I was gung-ho! He’s going to take care of it. But it’s fun. It doesn’t go on forever. I’m definitely going to watch the first episode because he better bring it, you know what I mean?”That’s the bar you’ve got to set for yourself. Before filming, throughout filming, and since. It’s like picking projects that you like, and actors that you like to work with, directors, that’s how you’ve got to look at this business. They were going on new little outings with all of us.Everybody was sort of there for the entire six months in Hawaii, in Australia, in Vietnam together. I love it, and they give me as much as I can handle, and I take as much as I can handle. We would try stuff, wouldn’t work, would work, whatever, whatever. I’ll look at the first episode and see how I feel. We’ve talked since. That was the jumping off point.The action format is the candy-coating on the medicine of the messages.That’s it, that’s it. Reilly’s life and love of life. Dre’s shoes, why not Jack Bauer’s?The 28-year-old actor has been enjoying a meteoric ride to the top of Hollywood’s A-list in recent years, including a six-episode stint on “The Walking Dead” and a breakthrough performance as one of the real-life architects of hip-hop in 2015’s “Straight Outta Compton,” which led him to be cast as a Yale-educated seismology expert entangled with a legendary gigantic ape in this summer’s presumptive blockbuster “Kong: Skull Island.”But his most visible — and perhaps riskiest — role yet is that of the young war hero turned Counter Terrorist Unit operative Eric Carter, the central character of “24: Legacy,” Fox’s hotly anticipated revival of one of its most beloved and influential television series of recent vintage.It’s a major showcase for Hawkins, a demanding turn that requires him to deftly navigate both intense acting and intense action, and as the actor reveals to Moviefone, he’s ready for his star turn, 24/7.Moviefone: You’ve had a lot of heat on your career since “Straight Outta Compton,” you’ve got “Kong: Skull Island” coming up. Jordan Vogt-Roberts is an amazing director. They’ll be like, “I’ll look at it once. So he’s been super supportive.”24: Legacy” premieres February 5th, after the Super Bowl, on Fox. To do these projects like that, where you’re like, “Oh, OK — this isn’t just a movie or a TV show. Is it going to be that same for Eric, with those sort of issues coming in his way and deciding where he lands on the side of things?Exactly: it’s how do you deal with that? I’ve got to show up and work,” what’s that been like for you to have those experiences lined up that way?It’s been fun. That’s the thing that we all kind of hunger for. He has made such a name for himself in terms of stunts in this industry, and my amazing stunt double, Nico Woulard, they’re like, “Whatever you want to do, this isn’t about us showing people jumping there and bullets flying. I learned that preparation from Sam and John, that sort of always being ready. We’ve talked since. You’ve got to come correct.It’s just been great. I set it for myself regardless of the audience anticipation or whatever. You get to Season 4, 5, 6, and 7 of “24,” the original “24,” you pretty much know Jack Bauer is going to take care of the job. That’s the bar that you have to kind of set and exceed. That’s the thing. It’s about Eric and it’s about making that real.”Even in the construction site at the end of the pilot, it’s not karate/kung fu. What made you say, “Let’s go down this road in TV and see what happens”? King Kong is something that people have feelings about. Some will succeed and some won’t, and I’m OK with that, because I’m invested in it regardless.Tell me what that experience was like for you to be a part of the production of the scale of “Skull Island.”It was crazy. Williams — I did a little piece in it, so we’ll see what happens with that, too. It was really, really, really hard to make this movie, because it’s such a big thing, and you’re trying to hone in on what the story is. The key thing that made you say, “I’m in”?Corey Hawkins: It’s always interesting, because television always has this way of doing this sort of reinventing itself. You know exactly what he’s going to do. You can do something that people kind of like, “I’ll go see that. Would I go through with that?”And Eric has to deal with that because he has a responsibility. Let’s do this. It’s rich. I’ll see what that’s about. I learned that from Sam. But I think in the end, we made something that we were all really proud of, and we put stuff on camera that we were really proud of, and I learned so much.I learned about working with Sam Jackson, and John Goodman, and John C. We saw it in that airport incident that just happened. I don’t feel any kind of way about it.” Or you can do stuff that people are going to have really strong feelings about. He has to survive. I f*cking love that, man! I love it. For me, it’s always only about the character, and it’s always only about that opportunity to tell that story. Stuff was lying around — that’s what I would f*cking do in this moment! Posted February 3, 2017 by Scott HuverIf Corey Hawkins can fill Dr. It was me, Sam [Jackson], all the stars of the movie: John Goodman, John C. He sees a piece of rhubarb on the ground, and that’s how we crafted it out. “The Walking Dead,” the same. You know in your heart, you’re like, “Dammit, Jack would just beat the crap out of …” or whatever. It was guerrilla filmmaking, no pun intended.Since “Straight Outta Compton,” have you talked to Dr. Whether people like it or not, choose to tune in or not, but you’re going to go on this journey with him, and we’re going to have the conversation about what it means to live in this country, to look this way, to run through the streets with a gun and you’re not a CTU agent, and what that means, and struggling, and the family unit. It’s so scary how close to reality this show is, and how we are not actively talking about it. He’s actually working on a project right now with Michael K. It’s life or death.And to really go down that path, when they heard my enthusiasm — we’ve been running with it, much to my dismay sometimes! Never a wasted moment. That’s just because I want to go and do it. That’s definitely me.As far as the high-profile projects with “Straight Outta Compton,” NWA and its music — that’s something people had feelings about. But you get to watch Eric, and you get to say, “Would I do that? Would I put myself in that situation? He has people that he cares deeply for, people that he feels very responsible for, Grimes, you know what I mean? Let’s keep the energy.” It’s fun, because they love that stuff, and I love it, and it keeps the realness of “24” real. And it was challenging. I don’t know — we’ll see when “Kong” comes out.But to be in people’s homes night after night after night, I felt an immense responsibility once I started doing the research, once I started doing the work to figure out Eric’s backstory, and to figure out what it means to be a soldier, what it means to be someone who fights for our country that in the past hasn’t seen him fully, and what that responsibility is, where his allegiances lie.We have soldiers who are coming back home from war right now who are dealing with mental health issues. They’re gouging each other’s eyes out. It was like a merry band of brothers — and sister, with Brie Larson. He has to reckon with those allegiances and figure out how to make the best of it, and we get to go on that journey with him towards being or not being a CTU agent, or his involvement in this world, his trust of this world.How ready were you, personally, to dive into the action side? Sometimes they’ll be like, “OK, let’s make it safe.” I’m like, “No, let’s shoot it! We talk about it because it’s happening, and it’s news, and we want to report on it, and then all of a sudden the next day, we’re talking about silly things during this political campaign.But what needs to be focused on is that the great thing about television is that week after week after week, he is going to be in their homes. They don’t beat you over the head with a message. I think the play is extremely timely, but it’s that kind of thing. “24,” people are invested in. These write so well, without them being didactic about it, without them being pushy. We’ll see if it becomes a moment, or if it’s timely. We were all super-close, and when I say super-close, all of us. Dre?Yeah, yeah. And this actually will be a broader audience than any of the films than I’ve done. He’s been a huge mentor throughout filming. Reilly, Tom Hiddleston — they were just in the mud with us, too. I haven’t been like, “Oh, that’s a big thing, let me do that. With Eric, we don’t know, and that’s the fun of discovering this new character. I’m just really excited for him because he’s just been expanding his world view, and expanding what he’s doing.It’s very easy to become a mogul and to rest on your laurels. So that when it looks like I’m tired, I’m tired. There’s a push, there’s a goal in there. I just saw it as an opportunity. You have to be ten times better than anybody would normally expect. But he’s always been a huge supporter. Eric Norris is our stunt coordinator, obviously the son of Chuck Norris. You show them that you really want to do it, they’re going to make it safe. It’s just been crafted that way.Next, I’m going to go do a Broadway play and go back to Broadway. Oh, that’s bigger, let me do that.” I’ve just been fans of all of the people that I’m working with on it. I’m still gung-ho about it, but I’m gung-ho because this is the thing. You want to sit back and watch it, or lean in and watch it, but you’ve got to trust that he can get the job done.In the original series, Jack Bauer got tested, morally and ethically, in some extreme cases in his 24-hour periods.



Posted February 3, 2017 by Kelly WooMichael Bay is putting away his giant robots. He has said this before, but now he really means it. “I see the 120 million fans around the world who see these movies, the huge theme park lines to the ride and the amazing Make- A-Wish kids who visit my sets, and it somehow keeps drawing me back. But, this time might really be it. The director announced via a letter on his website that “Transformers: The Last Knight” will be his last movie in the franchise. These scribes will create interlinking movies that expand the “Transformers” universe.As for Bay, well, he’ll still be Bay. With every ‘Transformers’ film, I’ve said it would be my last,” he wrote. Still, he noted that the “Transformers” franchise will be taken over by a writers room. So I’m blowing this one out.”Bay can’t help himself and leaves himself a way back in (“might really be it”). Probably.”It’s bittersweet for me. He’ll just take his love of explosions, car chases, and fireballs to new stories.”The Last Knight” opens in theaters June 23. This film was especially fun to shoot. I love doing these movies.



Rick travels to the Kingdom, where Morgan currently resides, to ask King Ezekiel to “join us in fighting the Saviours, fighting for freedom, for all of us.” Can these ragtag rebels team up to defeat the dark side?”The Walking Dead” season 7B premieres Sunday, Feb. Posted February 3, 2017 by Kelly WooResistance is not futile on “The Walking Dead.” When the zombie drama returns for the second half of season 7 next week, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and the denizens of Alexandria are determined to fight back against Negan and the Saviours. Like us on Facebook. 12.Want more stuff like this? We’re together again,” Lincoln notes in this extended promo (via IGN). “At least, it’s the beginning of the resistance.”But they can’t do it alone. “We’re rebuilding. They don’t have any guns and they’ve lost key fighters, so they will need to reach out to other communities.



At this point, it’s unclear if the characters are connected, though we have a hunch that it’s a strong possibility; you don’t stunt cast two recognizable television stars without any plan to bring them together, after all.No word yet on when Sorbo and Hatcher will make their first appearance on the program. Posted February 3, 2017 by Katie RobertsOnly days after another fellow ’90s TV star joined the cast of CW series “Supergirl,” former “Hercules” star Kevin Sorbo has also been confirmed as a new addition to the ensemble.In a statement, “Supergirl” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg revealed that Sorbo would be the next big name to appear on the show.”Since his days as Hercules, Kevin Sorbo has brought such a strong presence to the screen and we couldn’t be more excited to have him join us on ‘Supergirl,'” Kreisberg’s statement said.According to TVLine, Sorbo will be playing a villain during the latter half of the show’s current second season, though no additional details were provided about the character. “Supergirl” airs on Mondays on The CW.[via: TVLine] That’s eerily similar to the announcement earlier this week that confirmed that Teri Hatcher (of ’90s super-series “Lois & Clark” fame) would also be joining the cast, playing yet another mysterious villain who was set to become the season’s Big Bad.



Some of the burns were particularly funny — and oddly specific. Watt reportedly “looks like a fat Macklemore,” while Von Miller allegedly resembles “an 80-year-old man from 1974,” whatever that means.One tweet snarked about Maurice Jones Drew’s weight — while the former player was holding a plate of snacks. After all, it’s probably pretty hard to care what some random Twitter user thinks about you when you’re a famous athlete making millions of dollars per year. Posted February 3, 2017 by Katie RobertsJimmy Kimmel has rolled out the latest version of his perennially popular — and consistently hilarious — Mean Tweets series, this time featuring a bunch of NFL stars reading a bunch of terrible Twitter comments about themselves.The segment, timed to this weekend’s Super Bowl LI matchup, features superstar football players like Odell Beckham Jr., J.J. (But that shouldn’t stop couch surfers from trying — we’d to see Mean Tweets continue forever.) Watt, and Russell Wilson each taking themselves down a peg, with predictably humorous results. (We’re going to assume the “Jimmy Kimmel Live” crew may have had something to do with that coincidence.) And of course, another user got in a good dig about Rob Gronkowski’s intelligence (or lack thereof).Some athletes seem to handle the criticisms better than others (one tweeter wrote that “Tony Romo sits down to pee”; “Well, what other way is there to pee?” Romo responded), but it seemed that mostly everyone took the comments in stride.



The backing orchestration sounds a bit too much like elevator music for our taste (why is it so tinny?), but that’s not the singers’ fault.Of course, the real test of the remake’s musical mettle will come when Emma Thompson — who’s playing Mrs. We’re looking forward to seeing the new cast try, though.”Beauty and the Beast” is due in theaters on March 17. Potts Angela Lansbury’s take on the tune is a classic (and she recently proved she can still perform it beautifully), so it will certainly be hard to top. Posted February 3, 2017 by Katie RobertsIt’s a tale as old as time: When you want to promote the love ballad from your upcoming film, you bring in two hot artists for an epic duet. Original Mrs. Potts this time around — sings the song over the big dance sequence between Belle (Emma Watson) and the Beast (Dan Stevens) in the flick. And so, Disney is once again calling on some big names for its live-action remake of “Beauty and the Beast,” recruiting Ariana Grande and John Legend for the gig this time around.While we heard snippets of Grande and Legend singing the film’s famous titular theme song in the last full-length trailer for the flick, there’s now a full version of the audio online, and the track does not disappoint. Sure, it’s not exactly as epic as the original duet, sung by Celine Dion (who’s also contributing a new song to the remake’s soundtrack) and Peabo Bryson for the 1991 animated classic; but then again, what else could possibly compete?This version is a serviceable cover, however, and Grande and Legend’s voices complement each other quite nicely.



Posted February 3, 2017 by Katie Roberts”The Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon has continued his annual tradition of having a pack of adorable puppies pick the Super Bowl champions, with another edition of Puppy Predictors taking place on Thursday night’s program. But we can all agree that that matchup won’t be nearly as adorable as this one. And Falcons fans should be feeling pretty good about that prediction, since last year, the Puppy Predictors ended up selecting the correct Super Bowl champs, the Denver Broncos.Super Bowl LI is set for Sunday, February 5. And while the pups clearly had a favorite, really, we’re all winners when watching ridiculously cute canines prance around.In the bit, Fallon explained that the dogs would be declaring a winner in Sunday’s Super Bowl LI matchup between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons. The deciding factor: Which of two bowls of kibble — one inscribed with the Patriots’ name, the other with the Falcons’ — attracted more of the nine yellow labrador puppies present.As Fallon released the hounds (one of them named Gary Frick Jr., in a nod to the host’s own yellow lab), they quickly crowded around the Falcons’ bowl, thus naming them the puppies’ official pick to win it all on Sunday.



Kelly anthem “I Believe I Can Fly.” Clarke captioned the video, “That feeling when at last you’re a day away from wrapping season 7.”That feeling when at last you’re a day away from wrapping season 7. And based on previous hints the actress has dropped throughout production of these new episodes, there will be lots of dragon action waiting for audiences when season seven debuts.And speaking of season seven, Clarke also used the post to make yet another hyperbolic declaration about the epic nature of the new installments, writing, “I BELIEVE THIS ONES [sic] GONNA BE A MIND BLOWER.”We’re ready to be amazed. I BELIEVE THIS ONES GONNA BE A MIND BLOWER…🔥🍯 #itakemyjobseriouslyiSWEAR…A video posted by @emilia_clarke on Feb 3, 2017 at 5:49am PSTIt’s an appropriate song choice for several reasons, most obviously thanks to the repeated mention of flying, which Daenerys can do plenty of thanks to her cadre of dragons. Season seven of “Game of Thrones” is due to debut sometime this summer on HBO.[via: Emilia Clarke/Instagram] Posted February 3, 2017 by Katie RobertsEmilia Clarke’s social media game remains as strong as ever, with the actress marking the imminent end of filming on “Game of Thrones” season seven this week by sharing a hilarious video and some more exciting promises about what fans can expect from the upcoming episodes.The clip, which Clarke posted to her Instagram account, features the actress in full Khaleesi hair and makeup, lip syncing along with the epic R.



We’ll have to wait and see what ASP and Netflix decide to do.[via: Variety] Posted February 3, 2017 by Katie RobertsAfter that major cliffhanger of an ending, “Gilmore Girls” fans are still dying to know whether or not Netflix will be ordering up more installments of revival series “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.” And while there’s still no official word from the cast, creators, or streaming service about the likelihood of that possibility, that hasn’t stopped one star from declaring himself game for returning to Stars Hollow one more time.In an interview with Variety revolving around his new hit series “This Is Us,” actor Milo Ventimiglia (who “Gilmore” fans know well as Rory’s former bad boy boyfriend-turned-good guy Jess) also spent some time talking about the show that made him famous. “They are the reason why I show up. Amy created Jess, and I loved speaking her words. But I do kind of feel like audiences shouldn’t get so greedy. It would almost be a shame to mess with that.Then again, we wouldn’t say no to more “Gilmore,” either. When asked if he’d be willing to sign on for additional “Gilmore” episodes sometime down the road, Ventimiglia answered with an unequivocal yes — though fans shouldn’t exactly get their hopes up, either.”If [creators] Dan Palladino or Amy Sherman-Palladino ever called me, of course,” the actor said of a potential “Gilmore” return. They were given a last serving of pie — why don’t we just leave it at that?”Ventimiglia makes a good point, since the whole purpose of the revival was for Sherman-Palladino to wrap up “Gilmore Girls” the way she always intended, including using those famed “final four words.” And despite the open-ended nature of “A Year in the Life”‘s last scene, the series really did have a finality to it, wrapping up certain characters’ story arcs very neatly.



“If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em … Instead, “Shrek” came from DreamWorks Animation and parodied “all of the overused Disney tropes” by fully embracing them. Fair warning: You may get Smash Mouth’s “All Star” stuck in your head.[via: Screen Junkies/YouTube] For example, the narrator calls Shrek, “the reluctant, ugly hero who thinks no one who can love them,” and we see him next to Disney’s Beast and Quasimodo. 1 pick.The video offers a good reminder that no, Disney didn’t make the film. while at the same time mercilessly mocking them,” the narrator says.The video uses solid evidence to point out some of these tropes in action. Posted February 2, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongScreen Junkies’ Honest Trailers series has been taking on its most-requested films, and it finally got around to making a video for “Shrek,” fans’ No. Fiona, on the other hand, is described as a “no-nonsense princess,” much like Jasmine, Esmeralda, Mulan, and Pocahontas.Watch for more below.



For you, we offer up a few recommendations to get you through the weekend.Next week’s movie is a Tim Hayne pick: the 1992 Curtis Hanson masterpiece “The Hand That Rocks the Cradle.”Listen to CAN’T WAIT! A Movie Lover’s Podcast Episode 11: ‘Road House’Total runtime: 1:06:40Subscribe to the CAN’T WAIT! Fair enough. Hit us up on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. podcast:iTunesGoogle PlayStitcherHave thoughts/feelings/feedback about the podcast? Have a movie you really, really want us to watch and talk about? Yes, we’re talking about 1989’s impactful ode to coolers, “Road House.” #BouncerLifeThis week, the Moviefone crew (Tim Hayne, Rachel Horner, Phil Pirrello, and Tony Maccio) couldn’t wait to talk about the greatest Patrick Swayze movie ever released on May 19, 1989, including its mysterious bouncer subculture roots, nonsensical fight sequences, and the curious, crime-riddled town of Jasper, MO (which could be a real town, because it has a sign and everything; and it doesn’t look anything like southern California). Cheesy lines. Not interested in “Road House”? More high-waisted pants. High-waisted pants. Bonkers violence. The movie has a lot of issues, most of which we point out in the process of declaring our love for this R-rate piece of ’80s perfection.In addition to unsolicited medical diagnoses, we dreamcast a “Road House” reboot, which could (and does) go in some pretty unexpected directions. Posted February 2, 2017 by Moviefone StaffGratuitous nudity.



“They stole it.”The film is based on Masamune Shirow’s Japanese manga of the same name. Nothing seems to faze her — not even falling from buildings or crashing through glass.Indestructible and impressive as The Major looks, the TV spot hints at a dark side to her abilities. Posted February 2, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongWith the Super Bowl just days away, Paramount Pictures has released its intense new “Ghost in the Shell” TV spot early.The preview for the sci-fi thriller is only 30-seconds long, but it is full of action. The story is adapted by screenwriters Jamie Moss and Ehren Kruger, and the film is helmed by Rupert Sanders. It shows off star Scarlett Johansson as her cyborg character, The Major, and demonstrates just how tough she is. The cast also includes Pilou Asbaek, Takeshi Kitano, Juliette Binoche, and Michael Pitt.Be ready for a wild ride when “Ghost in the Shell” hits theaters on March 31. “They did not save your life,” we hear.