Liam Neeson’ssuccessful collaboration with director Jaume Collett-Serra (the pair worked on Unknown and Non-Stop) continues with Run All Night (R, 114 minutes),a crime thriller which hits Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD on June 16 via Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.
The past several years I’ve devoted most of my gaming to iOS driven titles, but lately I’ve been dipping into the PC universe. Coming out in May on Steam, The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing IIIis an action-RPG that’s infused with steampunk and gothic noir influences, and I was given a one hour walkthrough of Van Helsing III by the kind folks at NeocoreGames.
One Big Happy has its freshman season finale tonight (NBC, 9:30 pm et/pt) with the episode “Wedlocked.” Actress Elisha Cuthberttook time out of her busy morning to talk about her experiences on the comedy (which co-stars Nick Zano and Kelly Brook), collaborating with creator Liz Feldman, and also working with filmmaker Courteney Coxon Just Before I Go.
Debuting Tuesday, April 28 on Blu-ray and DVD, The Wedding Ringer (R, 101 minutes) features Kevin Hart as Jimmy Callahan, a skilled “best man” for hire. Jimmy, however, has the biggest challenge of his career as he must also find also find seven groomsmen for his latest client, the friendless Doug Harris (The Comedians’Josh Gad).
Actor Milo Ventimigliacan now say he’s part of the Batman universe thanks to his current run as Jason Lennon on Gotham. Lennon, known as “The Ogre,” is a serial killer who last week had the eyes for Barbara Keane (Erin Richards).
William Moseley may play Prince Liam on The Royals, but living amidst opulence and the glitterati really isn’t his speed. While promoting the E! series with co-star Merritt Patterson, Moseley explains why his hometown of Sheepscombe is really more his speed.
50 to 1 is the story of longshots, as racehorse Mine That Bird beat overwhelming odds to win the 2009 Kentucky Derby. Directed by producer Jim Wilson(Dances With Wolves, Wyatt Earp) and penned by Faith Conroy, the engaging drama will appeal to fans of Seabiscuit and the underrated Secretariat.
Opening in theaters May 29 following an April 30 premiere on DirecTV, Barely Lethal (PG-13, 100 minutes)centers on Megan Walsh (True Grit’sHailee Steinfeld), a teenage special ops agent who fakes her death to assume the role of an exchange student in high school.