Director David Leitch said he’d “really wanted to try some provocative things with action,” as Deadline reports, and he seems to have gotten his wish. In fact, she’s still dealing with the physical effects. Eesh.The silver lining, perhaps, is that from what we’ve seen in the trailer, the actress throws a mean-looking punch. She shared that she has more surgery to go. Theron recently revealed during a SXSW Q&A session that her teeth are “in bad shape” because she cracked two of them.The injury came during her extensive training for the role, a months-long process that involved a team of eight trainers, hours of gym time, and even sparring with Keanu Reeves, who was training for “John Wick: Chapter 2.” Unfortunately, though, that didn’t save her from injury.”When I trained, I cracked two teeth in the back of my mouth, clenching while fighting, because apparently my arm strength wasn’t strong enough,” she said, according to Variety.Theron had to undergo oral surgery at the time, but that still wasn’t enough. If only it hadn’t been at the expense of Theron’s teeth…”Atomic Blonde” opens in theaters on July 28.[via: Variety; Deadline] Posted March 13, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongNever let it be said that Charlize Theron won’t suffer for her craft.The “Atomic Blonde” star put up with more than a little pain while pulling off the stunts needed for the upcoming spy action thriller.

Like us on Facebook. Parsons is set to narrate as the adult Sheldon. Want more stuff like this? The project, from creators Chuck Lorre and Steve Molaro, has already cast Iain Armitage (“Big Little Lies”) in the title role, which is played by Jim Parsons in the original “Big Bang Theory.” Zoe Perry will play Sheldon’s mother, originally played by Perry’s own mother, Laurie Metcalf.Since CBS has ordered the show straight to series, there is no need for a pilot. The network also released an official description: The show will revolve around a 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper as he lives with his family in East Texas and goes to high school. Posted March 13, 2017 by Kelly Woo”The Big Bang Theory” is rewinding the clock to tell the origin story of Sheldon Cooper.CBS has formally ordered the series “Young Sheldon,” a prequel to its hit comedy. TLance Barber, Reagan Revord and Montana Jordan have also joined the cast. Barber is reportedly playing Sheldon’s father, Revord his twin sister, and Jordan his older brother.

Like us on Facebook. “The Girl in the Spider’s Web” is based on the fourth novel in Stieg Larsson’s series. But the original movie’s stars, Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig, will not be reprising their roles as hacker Lisbeth Salander and journalist Mikael Blomkvist.Instead, director Fede Alvarez is launching a global search to find an actress to play Lisbeth. Sony considered adapting the next two titles — “The Girl Who Played With Fire” and “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest” — but neither project worked out. 5, 2018. Posted March 13, 2017 by Kelly Woo”The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” is coming back — but she’ll look very different.Sony has set a date for the sequel to the 2011 thriller: “The Girl in the Spider’s Web” will open Oct. Want more stuff like this? Big names like Natalie Portman, Scarlett Johansson, and Alicia Vikander are reportedly in the mix, too.

It’s an interesting concept, but seriously, just binge-watch the entire series if you haven’t already. It’s worth it.Want more stuff like this? Posted March 13, 2017 by Kelly WooWhat if “Breaking Bad” was a movie?That’s the question two fans, filmmakers Lucas Stoll and Gaylor Morestin, decided to answer by editing down the entire series into one two-hour movie. It took them “two years of sleepless nights of endless editing” to whittle down the 62 episodes. Breaking Bad – The Movie from Breaking Bad – The Movie on Vimeo.”It’s not a fan-film, hitting the highlights of show in a home-made homage, but rather a re-imagining of the underlying concept itself, lending itself to full feature-length treatment,” the filmmakers wrote.A lot is lost in the condensed version, and Jesse’s (Aaron Paul) story suffers, in particular. The movie hits most of the high (pardon the pun) notes of the story of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and his dark descent into meth-making and crime. Like us on Facebook.

But Diana soon realizes she can wield immense power through her bracelets and after American pilot Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) crashes in Diana’s land, she returns with him to London to help end World War I.The trailer features some stunning action, with Diana unleashing her fight training, using her powerful bracelets, and wielding a magical lasso. Like us on Facebook. Posted March 13, 2017 by Kelly WooShe is “Wonder Woman” — hear her roar.Warner Bros. It’s also exciting to see the focus on her origin story, and the appearances of her mother Queen Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen) and her tough trainer aunt (Robin Wright).”Wonder Woman” opens in theaters June 2.Want more stuff like this? It starts with a look at Diana (Gal Gadot) as a child and follows her through brutal training with the Amazons, all of whom can kick some serious ass. released a new trailer, which focuses on the origin story of the superheroine.

Harington plays Samuel, a wounded cowboy running from trouble, who receives shelter from the 14-year-old Liz (Emilia Jones) and leaves a lasting mark on the girl as her life descends into horror.Once again, Harington treads into territory that unflinchingly explores violence, brutality, and their aftereffects, much like the HBO fantasy series he’s best known for. Obviously, he’s a thief and he’s in with a bad crowd, and yet he finds his own redemption through helping this young woman. I’m lucky in that I get options and offers. There could be people who would help her, who could help her. I had very little time. It was so interesting. You’re not quite sure where he is. It went to Robert Pattinson. It’s always on when you read a script — is there something that grabs you?I read so many scripts that I love and I think are brilliant, but I just know I can’t do the character. After wrapping filming on the upcoming seventh season, he admits that he’s still marveling on how the show has moved forward so strongly, without a new volume in the epic A Song of Ice and Fire” series to shape it.Moviefone: “Brimstone” is quite an amazing piece of filmmaking, and I imagine it was a very easy “yes” for you to get involved. Posted March 13, 2017 by Scott HuverReady to see Kit Harington play a different kind of unlikely hero? The film slowly, over the course of four in-film “chapters,” unveils the grim circumstances in which a young, mute frontier midwife and mother (Dakota Fanning) finds herself the target of an obsessed and unrelenting fire-and-brimstone preacher (Guy Pearce). He’s dear to me. I know the character -– even if it’s not for me, they think it is. Then, as sometimes happens, the role went to someone else. It’s really exciting to me not knowing, genuinely having no idea where it’s going to end, what they’ve got in their heads, and being the first to find out. Next season will be next season, he might go through a big change, I don’t know. Obviously, the schedule realities are important, but are there kinds of roles, or types of genres, that you’re especially looking for?I’m so greedy in that way! But what were the specific motivators for you? Then whatever happened happened, and I came aboard very late.I think first and foremost, I really wanted this role from the get-go because the script was so strong. Martin book already laying down a road map, and knowing where you left it.It’s just amazing, in some ways, having no book to go on, because the scripts come through and you’re completely in the dark about what they’re going to do. He’s written it, and he knows it so well, and he knows very much what he wants to do. Believe me, I just finished Season Seven, and I am already counting down the days until I get the Season Eight scripts.Everyone’s been wondering how it’s going to end, and what’s going to happen right from the get-go, and theorizing about it. It wasn’t really specific to any kind of genre.It takes a pretty unflinching look at violence and its consequences, and also very dark elements of sexuality, and both are things that you’re also familiar with from “Game of Thrones.” Why are these things, do you feel, important to explore artistically for you right now?I think I’ve always been an advocate of going to really disturbing places in the dramas that we see, and to places of real violence. I think that was interesting playing a memory in some ways, like coming in to play a memory of the lead character.This marks a major arrival of a filmmaker in Martin Koolhoven, working for the first time in an English language film. He’s one of those directors who knows his piece fully. I think I’ve come into a place of felling quite emotional about him, actually, knowing that I’m not going to get to go back to him after next year.I’m really trying to just take stock of having lived this sort of dual life with this character, and being through so much with this character. It was so surreal. Tell me about your experiences working with him. I had to, like, get on a flight the next day and just do this part -– which, usually, you’ve got a couple of months maybe — at least — to kind of get your head into a role. Only this time, there are no dragons, dire wolves, or White Walkers in sight.The “Game of Thrones” star has a key role in “Brimstone,” the bleak, violent and uncompromising Western from Dutch filmmaker Martin Koolhoven. What were the things you saw in the character and in the story that really got you excited creatively?Kit Harington: I’ll be honest: I read the script a while before I joined it. So I would look at something away from that, but other than that, it’s always on the scripts and the filmmaker. I kind of put it to bed in my head. It’s been a strange journey, but I’ll always be fond of it. So, I had to make some very quick choices on the character, and that was challenging.But I like the antihero-ness of this man. Sometimes you’re turning things down that are really great. It could be a very controversial and very difficult subject to tackle on film, especially violence against women, and making sure that we’re not trying to use it as just a plot device.And I think this piece was really about a young woman’s fortitude, and her journey through very tough and difficult and brutal things happen that in her life, and I feel that was a story that was worth telling.Once you showed up to play the part, what was the interesting twists and turns for you as an actor in portraying this character?It was strange because it was offered to me and I had, like, a day to prepare. You have obviously a limited amount of time to shoot movies in between working on “Game of Thrones.” Are there certain things that you kind of look for? I was quite drawn into trying to tell that story quickly.Despite that small arc, he’s very pivotal to the overall story, so that must have been an extra bit of fun trying to keep that in mind, how large he looms in her life.We go through life, and some people are in our lives for a very short space of time, but they can have great impact. I always want to try and do something different from “Thrones,” if I can; a character that’s not a sword-wielding hero, because I do that for half the year. I think it’s a very short journey that my character takes in the film. You could see the people he works with really, really have a lot of care for this man, and they like him. There was no guessing involved with Martin, and there was no shirking what his vision was.He’s very direct, and also very kind and very loving, and he kept a set that loved him deeply. He’s one of those chapters as someone who tried to help her see there could be goodness in this world. This movie is about different periods of this woman’s life, which have taken on great importance. I’ve lived with him for so long. It’s in one chapter. Tell me what it was like for you all coming back together, again sort of in that uncharted territory without an existing George R.R. Do you feel protective about him at this point and keeping his nobility intact, or are you looking for more evolution?I sort of know where he is now. At this point, having evolved him over all these seasons, what do you still love about Jon Snow? He’s one of those memories. You just know you won’t do it justice.As you left last season at “Thrones,” the bar was higher than ever -– and congratulations on what a phenomenal season that was. I really got on with Martin.

A third of them? After that, I have no idea what their plan is. In addition, Vanessa is moving to LA during DWTS for Nick. Host Chris Harrison has been playing up the idea that Nick could be the first Bachelor to be left at the end, but spoilers suggest that is not what happens. I just know they’re getting brought out to surprise her.”They’ve never done that before, but RS said filming for her season of “The Bachelorette” starts this Wednesday or Thursday, so it’s not that big a deal to meet them a few days early. “Dancing With the Stars,” featuring Nick Viall, starts next Monday, March 20.Want more stuff like this? tonight (Monday, March 13) on ABC. All? All I know is that Rachel is meeting her guys tonight. Maybe they’ll dive deeper into that on the show tonight.”The three-hour “Bachelor” finale and ATFR special starts at 8 p.m. I’d think all of them, but I don’t know for sure. Spoilers also suggest that the big “historic” surprise coming tonight on the “After the Final Rose” special has nothing to do with Nick and his Chosen One, it’s for new Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay.About to write @chrisbharrison ‘s script for #thebachelor AFR. Posted March 13, 2017 by Gina CarboneTonight on “The Bachelor” Season 21 finale, Nick Viall either gets engaged or he does not. Like us on Facebook. — Mike Fleiss (@fleissmeister) March 9, 2017According to Reality Steve, the historic event is that Rachel is going to meet her bachelors tonight. But she’s going to be out there for his stint on DWTS. A half? The word “historic” will be in there a bunch!!! As he added, “Now in terms of the logistics of how this will go down, that I don’t know. But it’s cool that the audience will see a few, right?In terms of what happens on “The Bachelor,” Steve says his big SPOILER is still the same, and Nick picks Vanessa Grimaldi:”As for Nick and Vanessa, I will tell you what I’ve told you all season long: they got engaged in Finland, you will see that tonight, and they are still engaged to this day.

Rotten Tomatoes currently has “Iron Fist” at just 14 percent fresh, with critics ripping it apart as the worst of the four Marvel/Netflix shows leading up to “The Defenders.”Jones (Danny Rand/Iron Fist) is working to promote the show, and asked him about the rough early reviews. They’re not just bad, they’re Walter White bad. Like us on Facebook. Posted March 13, 2017 by Gina CarboneFinn Jones is in a tough spot. I think it’s a fantastic show which is really fun and I think it stands up there with the other Defenders’ shows without a doubt.”The fans will be able to judge for themselves soon enough. I also think some of the reviews we saw were seeing the show through a very specific lens, and I think when the fans of the Marvel Netflix world and fans of the comic books view the show through the lens of just wanting to enjoy a superhero show, then they will really enjoy what they see. What I will say is these shows are not made for critics, they are first and foremost made for the fans. His “Marvel’s Iron Fist” arrives on Netflix this Friday, and there’s no ignoring the reviews. It’s an awkward thing to have to address, but he sounded prepared.Here’s his response:”Well, I think there’s multiple factors. The 13 episodes of “Marvel’s Iron Fist” will be available for streaming on Netflix this Friday, March 17.Want more stuff like this?

So it would be impossible to tailor any show to what the “fans” want, and the loudest voices in the room should never dictate the story.The Powers That Be do have a vision for how this will play out, based on Robert Kirkman’s comic books, and if they follow that story fairly closely, Season 8 should naturally have more of the action and urgency that (many) fans tend to prefer.”The Walking Dead” Season 7 is still airing Sundays at 9 p.m. Like us on Facebook. Posted March 13, 2017 by Gina Carbone”The Walking Dead” will soon start production on Season 8, but don’t go thinking they’ll be taking any lessons from how fans are responding to Season 7. And it’s not quite a direct comparison to a painting, since this is a TV show intended for public viewing, with advertising and other money attached. You can’t. And [showrunner] Scott Gimple would jump for joy knowing you asked that question because there are some people who actually think we read the reviews and tailor the show to what the fans say. Put 10 fans in a room and you’ll get 10 different ideas of what should happen next. Whether you’re loving it, hating it, or somewhere in between, The Powers That Be are blissfully ignorant. That’s just the color they went with, it’s not up for a vote.The Powers That Be should be thrilled that fans are so invested in TWD that they have strong opinions, and want certain things to happen. It would be worse if fans didn’t care. Never. Nicotero’s answer was very candid:”Nope. on AMC.Want more stuff like this? It’s not like they’re taping a show in their backyard with friends; they should care at least a little bit what the viewers want to watch. It’ll never change what any of these actors do if somebody goes, ‘Oh Daryl should do this.’ It doesn’t mean that he would do it. But “fans” is a huge group — there is no one “fan” opinion. (Someone must’ve said “earmuffs.”)TWD producer/director/special effects guru Greg Nicotero had a roundtable interview with, and the site mentioned Season 7’s falling ratings, and fan complaints of a slow pace, among other things.Will those concerns affect what they do in Season 8? We are going to write the show we want to write, and if people react to it or they don’t like it – it’s not going to change. We’re absolutely dedicated to telling the story we want to tell.”He compared it to an artist being told he or she used the wrong color for a painting.

Like us on Facebook. Posted March 13, 2017 by Gina Carbone”The Vampire Diaries” finale left fans in tears, and in a state of hopeful confusion. 😍💖
— sabiha (@sabxha) March 11, 2017TVD creators Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson broke down the TVD finale with various outlets, providing a bit of hope on that Klaroline letter, without making any promises. AND WAS ACTUALLY SERIOUS!! But nothing is in the works.”So, if this is going to happen, The CW either needs to give a green light to “The Originals” Season 5 or they need to OK a second TVD spinoff, and the creators can work out the details from there. “But that, is the beginning of another story.”
Thank you thank you!
— a peaky blinder (@Klarotastic) March 11, 2017he wrote “however long it takes..”.. What was with that letter from Klaus to Caroline? Plec told Deadline there’s no spinoff in the works, but she does have spinoff ideas on her mind. I’ve always wanted Klaus and Caroline to have another moment, another storyline, another some sort of future. Will there be another TVD spinoff around that boarding school for gifted children?Here it is! That being said, it is during that window where the timeline would line up with what’s happening in ‘The Originals,’ and so I think that certainly there’s an opportunity, not yet planned, but an opportunity to bring some of those stories forward over into what’s happening in the land of the ‘Original’ family.””The Originals” Season 4 is starting March 17, and Deadline asked if fans can expect some seeds to bloom in this new season. yes klaroline!! “I don’t see any reboot or spinoff opportunities right now. There’s lots of opportunity, and now it’s all a matter of which roads we should go down.”Williamson added, “Look, Caroline and Alaric opening up the school for special children is one avenue we could go down for potential storyline for its own series – maybe. Plec laughed and answered, “There are seeds planted to bloom inside ‘The Originals’ should opportunity present itself. Our #Klaroline letter. “Two, because while I love the world of the boarding school and all that it represents, that would be an entirely new show that I haven’t even begun to think about, but the doors were not left open unintentionally. There are seeds planted for a new version of a show that tells a different story than the story that’s been told so far with different people. Will Caroline head over to “The Originals” now? I think the point of the finale was to say goodbye. It was teased as “the beginning of another story,” so what story and will fans ever see it? They’re open with a hope, not a promise.”Got it. In the meantime, TVD fans are still debating aspects of the series finale, many wishing it were a lot longer than just one hour.Want more stuff like this? Because it sounds like they don’t honestly know what will happen either.”I can’t make any promises for many reasons: One, because we don’t have a fifth season of ‘The Originals,'” Plec told Entertainment Weekly. So, we opened up that world to sort of suggest that they did, when it was Klaus that donated all the money to start the school.

Posted March 13, 2017 by Gina CarboneScarlett Johansson hosted “Saturday Night Live” for the fifth time on March 11, and she was showcased in a couple of Trump-related sketches. The best bit had Johansson play Ivanka Trump in an ad for the new fragrance, “Complicit,” which came with its own cologne version for Ivanka’s husband, Jared Kushner:Sorry, girl, you’re … Johansson also played the owner of an adorable talking dog, who shocked everyone by turning out to be a Trump supporter: She also interviewed a zoo photographer mislabeled as a zoo pornographer: She joined other “actors” to film reaction shots for a bizarre Olive Garden ad: And here she is as a rival ninja opposite Leslie Jones: Sadly, she wasn’t in the cold open, which did feature Alec Baldwin returning as Trump: But apparently she is “complicit” in what happened.Louis C.K. was announced to host “SNL” on April 8, with The Chainsmokers as musical guests.Want more stuff like this? Like us on Facebook. Billy Zane.Brings back memories of that old “Red Flag” perfume ad. ‘Memba that one?

(You may recall Sigur Ros’s haunting cover of “The Rains of Castamere.”)Weiss: “A lot of [music artists] say they would they would like to [be on the show], and then we tell them [shooting a scene] is so boring. They said Jonsi Birgisson of Sigur Ros wanted to leave after he shot his close-up during Joffrey’s wedding in Season 3, and didn’t realize he’d have to hang out for several more days. As Vanity Fair noted, we don’t know yet if Sheeran will be performing or singing (or both) or if he’ll have an unrecognizable cameo like the members of Mastadon, who played zombified wildlings.During the panel, the showrunners talked about the boring, unglam process of shooting a cameo. Then again, it’s not like she’s never met him or couldn’t hang out with him elsewhere.Sheeran addressed the news with a link to a post on his appearance:guess the cats out the bag… Season 7 premieres July 16 on HBO.Want more stuff like this? Posted March 13, 2017 by Gina CarboneHope you’re in love with the shape of Ed Sheeran, ’cause it sounds like you’ll be seeing it in “Game of Thrones” Season 7.GoT showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss were with stars Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) and Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) at a SXSW panel in Austin on Sunday, and they announced another guest cameo.Benioff: “For years we were trying to get Ed Sheeran on the show to surprise Maisie and this year we finally did it.”Not a big fan of celebrity cameos on any show — it’s a distracting gimmick that takes away from the story — but it is sweet to think of the showrunners working behind-the-scenes to make one of their best and brightest stars happy. Past seasons have featured musician cameos from Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol, Will Champion from Coldplay, Sigur Rós, and Mastodon. Like us on Facebook.
— Ed Sheeran (@edsheeran) March 12, 2017There were rumors that UFC fighter Conor McGregor would have a cameo this season. ‘You’re gonna hate this — you’re going to be sitting around three days for 12 hours a day.'”Then stop giving cameos to musicians?

Anyway, if you care about this kind of thing, here’s who will be writing each episode of Season 8:Season 8 writing assignments:
Episode 1: Dave Hill
Episode 2: Bryan Cogman
The other 4: Weiss and Benioff#SXSW#GoT
— A Storm of Spoilers (@StormofSpoilers) March 12, 2017The showrunners are taking on the bulk of the work. Like us on Facebook. We could just tell everyone.”Maisie Williams previously lashed out at whoever (allegedly) leaked the entire Season 7 rundown, calling it “such a childish, annoying thing to do.””Game of Thrones” Season 7 premieres July 16, 2017. No episode written by author George R.R. Now that’s confirmed.Benioff: “It’s only going to be six episodes for the final season. From the beginning we’ve wanted to tell a 70-hour movie. No word on directors yet. Sadly, they did confirm that it will be the shortest season yet, with just six episodes.Showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss joined GoT stars Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) and Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) at the SXSW Film Festival to talk episode counts, favorite kills, spoilers, a certain Season 7 cameo, and more.Season 7 will only have seven episodes, as opposed to the previous 10 each year, and it has long been rumored that Season 8 will just have six. Sean Bean wasn’t core cast? It’s a lot of work to shoot this. c’est tout, until there’s a GoT spinoff/prequel, which the current showrunners basically confirmed they’re sitting out, saying HBO should get “new blood in.”Want more stuff like this? It will turn out to be a 73-hour movie, but it’s stayed relatively the same of having the beginning, middle and now we’re coming to the end. It would have been really tough if we lost any core cast members along the way, I’m very happy we’ve kept everyone and we get to finish it the way we want to.”What do you mean you kept everyone? Martin, which is sad, but not that surprising, since he stepped away from the show a while back to focus on his books, among other things. According to Entertainment Weekly, the pair said they’ve resigned themselves to the idea that it’s “virtually impossible” to prevent some secrets from getting out. Season 8 and its six episodes are expected in 2018. Benioff quipped, “The CIA can’t keep information private.” Weiss teased, “Should we just tell everybody what the ending is? Let’s hope Miguel Sapochnik finds his way in.The panel also discussed the topic of spoilers — usually it’s people sneakily taking photos/videos on set and sharing them online, but this year, the whole Season 7 script was reportedly leaked many months in advance. And then … Posted March 13, 2017 by Gina CarboneFans just got a premiere date for “Game of Thrones” Season 7, but the showrunners are already focused on the final Season 8.

Watch the catastrophe play out on Netflix, starting March 17.”Pete’s Dragon” & “The BFG”
Disney is dropping two recent adaptations on Netflix this week: “Pete’s Dragon,” starring Bryce Dallas Howard, Robert Redford, and Oakes Fegley, is available March 14; “The BFG,” directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Mark Rylance as the Big Friendly Giant, arrives March 15.TV Worth Watching”This Is Us” Season 1 (Tuesday on NBC at 9 p.m.)Grab an entire box of tissues, ’cause it’s time for the “This Is Us” season finale. Check out the series starting March 17.”Miss Sloane”
Jessica Chastain plays ruthless, brilliant Washington lobbyist Elizabeth Stone, who risks everything when faced with her most formidable opponent yet. The Blu-ray includes more than 30 minutes of bonus content, including interviews with the cast and crew, a visit to the Pittsburgh set, a feature on adapting the story from stage to screen, and more.”Collateral Beauty”
A successful New York advertising executive (Will Smith) questions the universe after a tragedy, writing to Love, Time, and Death. The film first arrives on digital platforms March 14, then DVD and Blu-ray March 28. After the March 13 premiere, the film will also be available on HBO NOW, HBO GO, HBO On Demand, and affiliate portals.Want more stuff like this? His bright-eyed lawyer (Nicholas D’Agotso) comes down from New York to East Peck, S.C., to defend the professor in his first big case. Randall, Kate and Kevin make big decisions about their futures.””The Originals” Season 4 (Friday on The CW at 8 p.m.)
There are 13 episodes to Season 4, and they begin with “Gather up the Killers.” Here’s The CW’s synopsis, beginning “Five years later… On the fifth anniversary of Klaus’ (Joseph Morgan) defeat, Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) is king of the city and welcomes the un-sired vampires to New Orleans, only to find they pose an unexpected threat to his rule, leading him to seek counsel from an unlikely source. The action-thriller is available on Digital HD March 14, then March 28 on DVD, Blu-ray, 4k Ultra HD Combo Pack, and On Demand. 1 new drama on Acorn.TV starting March 17.New on DVD and Blu-ray”Passengers”Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence play two Avalon spaceship passengers who wake up 90 years too early in their planned 120-year trip to another planet. After meeting his “eccentric” client and oddball team, he realizes he’s in over his head. The movie is available on Blu-ray, DVD, and On Demand March 14. Special features include commentary with director Afonso Poyart, and a featurette called “Visions and Voices: The Making of Solace.”Here’s an exclusive clip from the making-of featurette, featuring Anthony Hopkins discussing his character’s psychic powers:”Fences”
Viola Davis just won an Oscar for her role in this 1950s-set drama, adapted from the play by August Wilson, starring Oscar nominee Denzel Washington, who also directed. Like us on Facebook. The comedy co-stars Jayma Mays, Sherri Shepherd, Steven Boyer, and Krysta Rodriguez.”Cries From Syria” (Monday on HBO at 10 p.m.)
This searing documentary on the humanitarian crisis in Syria, and the civil war that has ravaged the country for the past five years, is narrated by Helen Mirren and debuts on the sixth anniversary of the Syrian uprising. Posted March 13, 2017 by Gina CarboneAt a loss for what to watch this week? Things quickly spiral out of control, leading to a nation-wide panic. It’s the fourth show in a series leading up to “The Defenders” crossover miniseries, following “Daredevil,” “Jessica Jones,” and “Luke Cage.” The 13 episodes of “Iron Fist” are available for streaming on Friday, March 17.”Pandora” (Netflix Original Film)
In this 2016 South Korean action-thriller, an earthquake strikes a small town causing explosions at the local nuclear power plan. Stream Ireland’s No. What went wrong, and can they do anything about it? Here’s the synopsis for “Moonshadow”: “Jack heads to Cleveland to make things right with Rebecca on the night of her first big gig with the band. It’s perfect timing for the story of a successful Dublin lawyer, engaged to a fellow solicitor, whose life is turned upside down after she discovers her fiancé in bed with a colleague. The DVD includes the bonus features “Boston Strong: True Stories of Courage” and “Researching the Day.” The digital, Blu-ray, and 4K include both of those extras, and about half a dozen more behind-the-scenes featurettes.Check out this exclusive clip with Mark Wahlberg, Peter Berg, and Michelle Monaghan talking about Wahlberg’s bond with Boston:”Silence”
Martin Scorsese directed this story of two Christian missionaries (Adam Driver, Andrew Garfield) who travel to Japan to search for their missing mentor (Liam Neeson) at a time when Christianity was outlawed. premiere on St. Meanwhile, as Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) closes in on the cure that will allow her to revive Elijah (Daniel Gillies) and the slumbering Mikaelsons, she faces a final task that will force her to make a ruthless decision.””Trial & Error” (Tuesday on NBC at 10 p.m.)
A guy allegedly murdering his wife seems like a strange topic for a quirky sitcom starring John Lithgow, but so be it. Watch and see when the action-romance arrives on DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K Ultra HD on March 14. The drama co-stars Edward Norton, Keira Knightley, Michael Peña, Naomie Harris, Kate Winslet, Helen Mirren, and Jacob Latimore. The Blu-ray includes “Martin Scorsese’s Journey Into Silence,” an in-depth look into the director’s quest to make this film, featuring interviews with the cast.”You Are Wanted” Season 1 (Amazon)
In this Amazon Original drama, from Germany, Matthias Schweighofer stars as a young hotel manager whose life is torn apart after his personal data is hacked, and he ends up accused by the police of being a member of a terrorist organization. Apparently the full picture isn’t coming until later, but whatever happens is sure to break a few hearts. Bonus features include outtakes from the set, “Casting the Passengers,” “Creating the Avalon,” “On Set With Chris Pratt,” and “Space on Screen: The Visual Effects of Passengers.”Here’s an exclusive clip from the Avalon featurette:”Solace”
Sir Anthony Hopkins plays a retired physician with psychic powers, enlisted by an FBI Special Agent (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) to help solve a series of homicides. So she strikes out on her own, starting an unconventional private practice. Patrick’s Day. Will we get at least part of Jack Pearson’s (Milo Ventimiglia) big story? The discs include the special feature “Lobbying: Winning By Any Means.””Striking Out” (Acorn TV)
This Acorn TV Original Series is having its exclusive U.S. It arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on March 14, including the bonus feature “A Modern Fable: Discovering Collateral Beauty.”New on Netflix”Marvel’s Iron Fist” Season 1 (Netflix Original)”Game of Thrones” alum Finn Jones stars as billionaire martial arts expert Danny Rand/Iron Fist in this latest Netflix series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Colin Farrell and Abbie Cornish co-star in the thriller, which is available on DVD, Blu-ray, and Digital HD on March 14. From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what’s new on Netflix and TV, we’ve got you covered.New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital”Patriots Day”
Boston boy Mark Wahlberg re-teamed with director Peter Berg once again to tell this story of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and the city-wide manhunt that followed. Lithgow plays a poetry professor arrested for the brutal murder of his wife. The high-stakes political drama arrives on digital March 14, then March 21 on DVD and Blu-ray.

Some of them fall flat, but some become instant classics. Case in point: “21 Jump Street.”We were all a little skeptical about how this show would transfer to the big screen, though it turned out that Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum more than exceeded our comedic expectations.Here are 9 reasons why “21 Jump Street” still makes us laugh our asses off. Posted March 13, 2017 by Alana AltmannNot all movie adaptations of TV shows are created equal.