It's not a knock-it-out-of-the-park line-up this week, but there are a couple of options to mull over.
It's Oscar nomination day and Laremy and I spend the first 35 minutes of today's podcast looking over all 21 of the major categories before the podcast slowly devolves into a jumbled mess for which I do apologize, but we can't always be perfect.
Underworld Awakening couldn't quite reach the heights of 2006's Underworld: Evolution, but it still managed a respectable win as this weekend's box-office receipts are up 32% compared to the same time frame last year.
Underworld Awakening opens strong and looks to become the second highest opener in the franchise while Red Tails surprises
Kate Beckinsale returns as the werewolf-hunting vampire Selene for Underworld Awakening as the franchise is fun once again as blood is spilled, heads are ripped open and the war rages on.
Laremy is taking the lycan hunting vampires of Underworld Awakening over the Tuskegee airmen, Steven Soderbergh's Haywire and the expansion of Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. How do you weigh in?
Screen Gems has released another trailer for Underworld Awakening, which hits theaters on January 20. As a guilty pleasure franchise of mine, I'm actually looking forward to seeing if this movie will be as silly and entertaining as the first two.
Several films rated today and of the bunch The Grey, Underworld Awakening and The Devil Inside all receive R ratings.
Today I have an impressive new look at John Carter for you along with several new images from a bunch of highly anticipated films coming soon to theaters.
Screen Gems sent over the first poster for Underworld Awakening, giving you a Photoshopped look at Kate Beckinsale as the werewolf-hunting vampire Selene.