Fast Five was one of 2010’s most entertaining movies – and the best of the series to that point. It switched from underground racing to the heist genre with as smooth a move as any. Furious 6 movies into the realm of terrorism with almost as much panache, but sometimes going bigger isn’t always better – though 6 comes ridiculously close.
In the penultimate episode of Orphan Black’s first season, tonight (BBC America, 9/8C), Unconscious Selection, revelation piles on revelation – culminating in a staggering realization for Sarah.
Two new videos for Pixar’s Monsters University take a look at life on campus – scary, and scary familiar. Follow the jump for the second video.
Pixar’s Monsters University opens on June 21st.
Blake Shelton has organized Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert – a benefit concert to raise funds to fund relief efforts in Oklahoma following the destruction wrought by tornadoes in Monroe earlier this week. Miranda Lambert, Vince Gill and Reba will also perform.
The concert take place at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City on May 29th and will be televised live at 9 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. It will also air on cable networks Style, G4, Bravo, E! and CMT on either a live or delayed basis. Tickets will go on sale on May 25th at 10am CT.
Read the press release following the jump.
You can’t keep a good man or in the case of Hollywood franchise down. A Good Day to Die Hard is the 4th installment in the popular action franchise. The DigitalHD version is now available for download through your favorite download services (iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, Cinemanow, etc.) – a good two weeks ahead of its June 4th, Blu-ray release. Fox Home Video provided a digital code so I can take a gander on iTunes.
The final chapter of the loose trilogy formed with Sean of the Dead and Hot Fuzz is nigh! Edgar Wright’s The World’s End takes the concept of consequences of the pub crawl way beyond a mere hangover as his five protagonists return to their hometown to complete the epic crawl they failed to finish year before – to fond that their hometown isn’t quite as they remembered it.
Check out the American trailer after the jump.
White Queen, Starz’s epic ten-episode miniseries based the Phillippa Gregory novels, will premiere on August 9th at 9/8C. The event series – which stars, among others, Max Irons, James Frain and Janey McTeer – adapts the series of novels that are told from the point of view of three women who laid claim to the english throne: Elizabeth Woodville (The White Queen), Margaret Beaufort (The Red Queen) and Anne Neville (The Kingmaker’s Daughter).
Follow the jump to check out the official press release.