Billy Bob Thornton and Martin Freeman star in what is not a remake the 1996 Coen brothers’ classic, but worthy to be called the second truly must-see new series of 2014.
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David Duchovny’s debauched Hank Moody began driving his beloved black Porsche into the sunset on Sunday to start the Showtime comedy’s final season.
As it kicks off its ninth season, the Bravo series wastes little time unearthing the stupid.
Michelle Thompson vividly recalls attending a festival in Las Vegas and watching 42 straight short films without seeing a single black face on the screen.
The ferociously intense “The Raid: Redemption” was an instant classic. But writer-director Gareth Evans went and mucked things up by giving “The Raid 2” a plot. Still, there’s plenty to like in the sequel.
Kevin Costner has made great sports movies (“Bull Durham” and “Field of Dreams”). He’s made good sports movies (“For Love of the Game” and “Tin Cup”). And he’s made “Draft Day.”
After rebranding itself as “the first TV home for the social media generation,” the cable channel has announced a new batch of shows — full of “likes” and viral videos — that should sound truly horrifying, at least for anyone older than, say, 25.
When the tour stops at the Hard Rock Hotel on July 25, Shadow Ridge High School alum Dia Frampton will be there. Las Vegan Ryan Whyte Maloney, however, likely will not. Unless he buys a ticket.
Turner Classic Movies is dedicating its Sunday lineup to honor the life of the late Hollywood legend.
Even though it beat out all other network shows Sunday night, more than a million fewer viewers tuned in to see the country awards in what may be their final broadcast from Las Vegas.
It’s weird to think that the home of cable TV’s biggest ratings juggernaut is in need of another hit.
The comedy, which once came to Vegas for an episode titled “Henderson, Nevada-Adjacent, Baby! Henderson, Nevada-Adjacent!,” comes to an end tonight. At least the series can’t kill off the mother. It did that in the pilot.
“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is very good. But there are plenty of other comic-book adaptations on the horizon.
Take away the trio of ginormous helicarriers that are capable of destroying a million or so “combatants” at a time, and “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” easily could have been a member of the “Bourne” family.
Here’s a look at Sarah Palin’s new series, “Amazing America,” which is full of what the CEO of the Sportsman Channel calls “some really fun stories about terrific people and places across Red, Wild and Blue America.”
Sure, you could use HBO On Demand or HBO GO. You could get the DVDs. But HBO2 is going old-school with back-to-back 30-hour marathons in time for Sunday’s fourth-season premiere.
This final season has so tarnished the legacy of “How I Met Your Mother,” it would take something just short of divine intervention for the hourlong finale (8 p.m. Monday, KLAS-TV, Channel 8) to wash away the bad taste.
Johnny Depp, Morgan Freeman, Channing Tatum, Mila Kunis, Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Melissa McCarthy and the living legend Clint Eastwood take the Colosseum stage as the convention draws to a close.
Prepare to be transported to an era when staying in a hotel was considered exotic, romantic, even something of an adventure, and not just another sleepless night because you can’t stop worrying about the potential for bedbugs or who did what to whom on that bedspread that keeps brushing up against your lower lip.
The goosebumpy, epic-looking opening minutes of “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” which showed the titular mutants battling Sentinels, grabbed me by my geeky parts in way’s last night’s reveal of 35 minutes of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” just didn’t.
Sony surprises attendees by showing 35 minutes of “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” at Caesars Palace.
The studio introduces raunchy new footage from its upcoming comedies “Neighbors,” “A Million Ways to Die in the West” and “Dumb and Dumber To,” but Angelina Jolie steals the show.
Paramount kicked off the four-day gathering of movie theater owners with appearances by Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson, Will Arnett and plenty of newly released footage of the studio’s upcoming films.
Leslie Higgins, the Mandalay Bay butler played by Stephen Merchant, is the best thing about this Wednesday’s episode titled, simply, “Las Vegas.”
You never know who you’ll run into at CinemaCon.
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