“We had somewhat of an idea that animals would be incorporated and it would be different, but we didn’t know until the first day of filming that we couldn’t talk to each other,” Paige Dacanay, one of the series’ contestants told FOX.
Regal will feature kid favorites including “Madagascar,” “Despicable Me” and “The Lego Movie.”
"Men" has a great trailer. But Alex Garland's latest film has precious little to add to the experience of watching its promotional materials. Despite the efforts of its stars, watching “Men” is like strolling up to the edge of the ocean only to discover that it’s just a big piece of painted scenery. FOX film critic reviews A24's latest horror film.
“The Lost City,” now streaming on Paramount+, is a good-not-great adventure romance in the vein of “Romancing The Stone,” and in an era of Hollywood in which those kinds of movies are few and far between, perhaps we’re just lucky to have this one at all. FOX film critic Caroline Siede reviews this Sandra Bullock/Channing Tatum rom-com.
Jennie Garth may be best known for TV shows like "Beverly Hills, 90210," "What I Like About You" and "Jennie Garth: A Little Bit Country," but her latest project is a soapy cinematic thriller. The Tubi original movie "Bad Influence" follows a single mom whose teenage daughter winds up getting sucked into a high school cult. And, according to Garth, it was actually a surprise that she wound up taking the role at all.
“Downton Abbey: A New Era” is still very much a “for fans only” affair; one that throws viewers right back into the deep end when it comes to the soapy lives of the Crawley family and their loyal servants. But “A New Era” is both more focused and more substantial than the first "Downton" film, which makes it especially satisfying to step back into its cozily rose-colored, slightly ridiculous take on early 20th century England. FOX film critic Caroline Siede reviews the latest return to a TV favorite.
Welcome back to "Welcome to Flatch" recaps! In the first of tonight’s two episodes, "No Credit/Bad Credit," Shrub thrives at his new job and Kelly gets a starring role in the car lot’s commercial, while Father Joe begins to miss having them around. Then in "Ghosted," Kelly and Shrub get lost in the woods on her birthday, while Cheryl, Mandy, Nadine and Father Joe decide to host a séance.
What I learned is that I love to sing and I need to do more of it and more songwriting," Cheyenne Jackson, a finalist on "The Masked Singer," told FOX Television Stations Thursday.
Welcome to "So You Think You Can Dance" recaps! In the 17th season premiere, "Dance is Back! Auditions Show 1,"three new judges take the stage, a crop of new dancers win hearts and one intimidatingly cool woman casually challenges tWitch to a battle.
Benedict Cumberbatch’s Dr. Stephen Strange may have five Marvel Cinematic Universe credits to his name, but, remarkably, he’s only just now getting an official follow-up to his 2016 debut film, “Doctor Strange.” That’s part of the charm of the sprawling MCU. But there’s also a fine art to making a direct sequel within those interconnected franchise parameters. So in honor of the long-awaited debut of “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” we decided to look back on how Marvel second installments have fared over the years.
Welcome back to "Welcome to Flatch" recaps! In the first of tonight’s two episodes, "The Devil's Backbone," Kelly and Shrub plan to increase their social media following by recording a surprise reunion with Father Joe and another former member of his religious boy band, A-Men. Then in "On The Hooky," Shrub gets a new job detailing cars while Father Joe, Kelly, Cheryl and Mandy play hooky.
If you’ll forgive the pun, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” is a strange movie. It’s one-third a sweaty act of Marvel brand expansion; one-third a somewhat confusing follow-up to the Disney+ series “WandaVision”; and one-third a pretty fun Sam Raimi action horror comedy in the vein of his “Evil Dead” series. FOX film critic Caroline Siede reviews Marvel's latest.
Welcome back to "Welcome to Flatch" recaps! In this week’s episode, "Dinners, Dresses and Dumps," Kelly plans a special dinner when her dad comes home. Meanwhile, Shrub and Beth start spending a lot of time together and Cheryl breaks out her lucky dress for a date with Jimmy.
Two contestants were forced to “take it off” and be revealed on “The Masked Singer” — and this time it was the Queen Cobras and Space Bunny who would leave the competition.
“Top Gun: Maverick” is finally (finally!) soaring into theaters after the pandemic pushed back its release by nearly two years. Plus Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange will be doing some soaring of his own in the highly-anticipated “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.” Here’s what’s headed your way, cinematically speaking, in May 2022.
Tubi plans to release more than 100 original titles in the next 12 months. Tubi’s new programming will include entries in the Black Cinema, thriller, horror, sci-fi, romance, documentary and adult animation genres. Those originals will join the 40,000+ premium movie and television titles that make Tubi’s library the largest in free ad-supported streaming.
Tubi debuts three originals in May, which will stream alongside movies like "A Simple Favor," "Air Force One," "Training Day," "Annie," "Little Shop of Horrors" and more.
Fans of “The Freak Brothers” have something to celebrate. The original Tubi adult animated comedy has been renewed for a second season, which is set to premiere in December 2022. Based on Gilbert Shelton’s cult classic comic, "The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers," the series follows three 1960s hippie stoners who smoke a magical strain of weed, only to fall into a 50-year slumber and wake up in the 2020s.
“I’ve always sort-of had a soft spot for a prison-break movie, which sounds like a weird sentence, but it’s really true,” actor Tom Cavanagh told FOX TV Stations Group Friday.
Welcome back to "Welcome to Flatch" recaps! In episode seven, "Sweet Spot," Father Joe hires Blind Billy to be his new assistant, and things between Cheryl and Jimmy heat up. Meanwhile, Kelly and Shrub attempt to do good deeds in town, hoping to get a reward.