Hopefully you’ll get to spend plenty of time outdoors this weekend, soaking up the sun. But if rain (or laziness) keeps you inside, we’ve compiled the TV marathons playing this weekend to keep you occupied! Enjoy! READ FULL STORY »
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So you’ve just finished watching Fast & Furious 6. You’ve seen planes and tanks and flipcars and Paul Walker’s alternate-universe girl-clone and one of the greatest headbutts in the history of human heads. You think it’s all over. The credits roll…and then they stop rolling. WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD. READ FULL STORY »
In anticipation of Fast & Furious 6, I sat down one glorious Sunday afternoon to marathon the entire series. With a bottle of wine (okay, two), I made my way through The Fast and the Furious, 2 Fast 2 Furious, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, Fast & Furious, and Fast Five from approximately 1 p.m. to 1 a.m. (I took a few breaks). Here is where my head was at after nearly 10 hours of muscles, cars, and muscle cars. READ FULL STORY »
Entertainment Weekly‘s annual Summer Must List issue hits stands today, and readers eagerly awaiting the July 16 return of USA’s Suits will be happy to see the legal drama makes the cut. On May 15, we sat down with stars Gabriel Macht, 41, and Patrick J. Adams, 31, and asked what tops their lists. Their banter — which gets particularly enjoyable when the subject turns to their different tastes in music — may just tide fans over.
Entertainment Weekly: So what’s on your Summer Must List?
Patrick J. Adams: [Shouts] The Daft Punk album! I can’t stop listening to that.
Gabriel Macht: Season 1 of The Wire.
Adams: [Laughs] This is Gabriel’s Summer Must List from 10 years ago. READ FULL STORY »
Fast & Furious 6, which hits theaters today, has now passed our critic’s inspection (we gave it a B+). Earlier this month, we caught up with costars Tyrese Gibson and Chris “Ludacris” Bridges at the film’s London press junket to see how they could handle our EW Pop Culture Personality Test. Find out which one of them loves Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and spa music below. READ FULL STORY »
So I went a little nuts with Vine!
Mere days before Netflix’s May 26 Arrested Development binge, boozy-witchy Bluth matriarch Lucille has generously taken time out of her day-drinking to snap some sense into the damsels of Disney. They could all stand to lose some weight, by the way. You want your belt to buckle, not your chair. (Click the microphones on and off to hear the audio.) READ FULL STORY »
The Fast & Furious sextet features many kickass babes — including Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Gal Gadot, Eva Mendes, Gina Carano, and Mrs. Chris Hemsworth. But it also has a lot of women who just love hanging around cars — in the least amount of clothing possible. Here are our favorites from the first five films — and what we believe they are thinking. READ FULL STORY »
Is cinema legend Morgan Freeman falling asleep during this on-air interview while his Now You See Me costar Michael Caine answers a question? We know Morgan Freeman is very intelligent and contemplative, so he could just be closing his eyes to think. Except he kind of does that thing where you catch yourself after nodding off.
Watch the clip below and decide if he’s a power nap master or just a really serious thinker:
'Fast Five' honest trailer: A look back at what makes the franchise both glorious and ridiculous -- VIDEO
Gearing up for tomorrow’s release of Fast & Furious 6 — Dom & Letty reunite! — we’ve got just the thing to get you in the mood for more high-speed, over-the-top-in-all-the-right-ways fun. Screen Junkies has released an honest trailer for Fast Five, that takes you through everything you need to know about “the blockbuster franchise that nobody loves but everybody likes enough that they won’t change the channel when it’s on cable.”
This “heist film on wheels” features your “passable action hero,” The Rock covered in baby oil, gear shifting, mumble growls, and all the heist-movie stereotypes that Ocean’s Eleven apparently created. Spoiler: It’s awesome. Who else would race stolen cop cars down the middle of the street?
Watch the honest trailer for Fast Five below: READ FULL STORY »
If you’re a Cumberbitch, I won’t mince words: Go below the jump, my friends.
If you had to look up the (made-up) word “Cumberbitch,” I’ll provide some context: Star Trek Into Darkness maestros J. J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof have been taking some heat for a scene in their new movie, which features a gratuitous shot of star Alice Eve in her underwear. (Gratuitous female nudity in an action movie? Well, I never!)
But as Abrams pointed out on Conan last night, the scene in question came after an earlier shot of gratuitous Chris Pine shirtlessness — meaning that if anything, he and the Enterprise crew are equal-opportunity objectifiers. Abrams subsequently revealed something that may have made Tumblr explode: Star Trek villain Benedict Cumberbatch also had a shirtless scene that ended up being cut from the movie. And then the director showed a snippet of the scene in question — which finds Cumberbatch glowering in a “shower of evil.”
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