It took a while, but the day has finally come when a woman directs a major superhero movie.
Michelle MacLaren has signed on to direct Wonder Woman, the first solo live action movie for the most famous superheroine in the history of comics.
Finally available on DVD beginning November 7th is Reno 911!: The Complete Series, which has become one of the most popular shows in Comedy Central history.
Viva Variety and The State alumni Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant, the duo that also wrote Night at the Museum and directed Hell Baby, created the popular comedy series. Originally conceived as a satire of Cops, Reno 911! ran for six seasons on Comedy Central from 2003-2009 and also spawned the popular film Reno 911!: Miami. In addition to starring Lennon as Lieutenant James “Jim” Ronald Dangle, and Garant as Deputy Travis Junior, the series also featured Kerri Kenney-Silver (All About Steve) as Deputy Trudy Wiegel, Cedric Yarbrough (Get Smart) as Deputy Sergeant Class II Sven Jones, Carlos Alazraqui (Justice League: Doom) as Deputy Sergeant Class III James Oswaldo Garcia, Wendi McLendon-Covey (Bridesmaids) as Deputy Sergeant Class I Clementine “Clemmy” Johnson, Niecy Nash (The Proposal) as Deputy Raineesha Williams, Mary Birdsong (The Descendants) as Deputy Cherisha Kimball, Ian Roberts (Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby) as Sergeant Jack Declan, and Joe Lo Truglio (Superbad) as Deputy Frank Salvatore Rizzo.
I recently had the absolute pleasure of speaking with the hilarious Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant about Reno 911!: The Complete Series DVD and the future of the franchise. The two actors/series creators discussed their new DVD set, the origins of the series, developing the characters, the success of the show, DVD extras, and possibly returning for a Reno 911! Comedy Central Christmas special.
But what about the still super-secret 2016 Star Wars movie, the spinoff directed by Gareth Edwards?
According to a new rumor, the first Star Wars spinoff is a heist movie, one that features a group of familiar bounty hunters on a mission to steal the plans for the Death Star.
X-Men: Apocalypse has found its Apocalypse.
The one and only Oscar Isaac is set to play the most fearsome villain our mutant heroes have ever faced in the 2016 sequel.
A new trailer makes it clear that Home sticks to the DreamWorks Animation playbook, combining a well-known voice cast, colorful animation, zippy action, goofy jokes, and a gooey emotional center with some recognizable popular music.
This scifi comedy adventure has the potential to be a real hoot, one that has a good time with some visually inventive alien shenanigans.
The first images and a poster for Pan have arrived online, showing off Hugh Jackman's villainous vandyke as Captain Blackbeard and Levi Miller as the Boy Who Never Grew Up.
Taken together, these pictures confirm director Joe Wright's declaration that in his Peter Pan prequel, “This isn’t exactly the Neverland story you know.”
When you're carving up a turkey this Thanksgiving, you can give thanks that the first trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is mere hours away.
Yes, it's now confirmed, the teaser trailer for JJ Abrams's ridiculously anticipated Star Wars sequel is coming to select theaters this weekend.
You've got your ticket for the long way 'round and two bottles of whiskey for the way.
If you sure would like some sweet company, then five official images from Pitch Perfect 2 are happy to oblige.
In just about fourteen seconds, the first teaser trailer for Jurassic World accomplishes a lot.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 opened huge this weekend, easily securing the title for the biggest debut of the year.
In spite of that big success, the latest Hunger Games marked a notable dip from the outstanding openings of its predecessors.