“You can’t walk around being funny all the time. You have to be yourself sometimes.” A documentary about the late comedian Chris Farley, a talented but troubled soul. Premieres 8/10/15 on Spike.
Adrien Brody plays the Roman general Tiberius leading an army to take over the Silk Road. This prompts Roman general Lucius played John Cusack to defect and help the Chinese, led by Jackie Chan and his awesome fireman’s hat.
The inept Dragon Warrior returns with his master and friends in Kung Fu Panda 3. Po finally meets his father, Li, played by Bryan Cranston. You don’t even have to look at them to know that they’re related. Just listen.
From the makers of Despicable Me comes a new animated comedy about what pets do behind their masters’ backs. Starring comedians Louis C.K., Kevin Hart, Albert Brooks, Eric Stonestreet, Jenny Slate, Hannibal Buress and more.
(SPOILERS) As with Inception‘s gravity-defying scenes, director Christopher Nolan opted to have a physical set built for Interstellar’s tesseract, a “three-dimensional shadow of a four-dimensional hypercube that’s been unfolded.”
The Panem rebellion comes to a head. Can Katniss and her allies end the oppression for good? Find out in the final chapter of this trilogy and a half. Eh, who are we kidding. Fans already know how it ends.
All hail Macbeth, thou shalt be king hereafter. Michael Fassbender plays Macbeth – an accomplished warrior consumed by his ambition – in this appropriately gritty adaptation of William Shakespeare’s tragedy.
“America doesn’t bail out the losers.” Andrew Garfield plays a struggling breadwinner who gets evicted from his house. To survive, he ends up working for the corrupt broker that evicted him, played by Michael Shannon. Drops 9/25/15.