Allison Burnett wrote the new thriller, Gone, opening Friday. It stars Amanda Seyfried, who plays a kick-ass heroine defying all odds to get the bad guy. There's only one hitch: she may or may not be crazy and the bad guy might not even exist.
The popularity of Netflix and Video on Demand has changed people's viewing habits, not always for the better. But WNET, New York's public television station, has made great strides in bringing back the old fashioned Saturday night triple feature with their Reel 13 series.
Richard Schiff's role as White House Communications Director Toby Ziegler on The West Wing won him an Emmy and a multitude accolades from critics and viewers alike. However, as an "actor's actor," Schiff is much more than this iconic role.
Director, screenwriter, teacher and comic book scripter Robert Tinnell discusses creating Flesh and Blood, his new OGN horror series he co-created with artist Neil Vokes, his love of the horror genre, influences and distaste for certain types of filmed violence, among other topics in a wide-ranging interview exclusive to The Morton Report.
An actor as gifted as Depp needs stimulation (and frequently a funny hat, see: Alice in Wonderland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) and the sooner he abandons the Pirate ship and leaves the family franchise phase of his career behind the better. It's hard to imagine that Depp is one of the least interesting aspects of this big budget monstrosity, but it's true
Wow, I knew the economy was really tough right now, but I never thought that it would be bad enough to affect Jesus. Huh, oh sorry, that's just Jim Caviezel, star of The Passion of the Christ, who apparently...