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This week on home video, we've got an Arnold Schwarzenegger actioner, Steven Soderbergh's psychological thriller, and the latest Young Adult novel adaptation. Then, we've also got a comedy featuring some screen legends and a crime thriller starring Jason Statham, as well as some reissues that include a couple of Hayao Miyazaki films, an American comedy classic, and a couple of gangster flick collections. Click through for the full list!
Vulcans and their comrades came out to power the sci-fi sequel Star Trek Into Darkness into the number one spot at the North American box office, however grosses were substantially below industry expectations across the board. The Paramount franchise film had an extended release and grossed $70.6M over the Friday-to-Sunday period with a total of $84.1M since its start on Wednesday night in IMAX locations making for a debut that was smaller than its 2009 predecessor's.
Also: a few tidbits about his next documentary, "Lance Armstrong: The Road Back."
Lionsgate's already planning on a trilogy.
"I'm not surprised that it happened, but I am really disappointed. It's just...don't they understand what they had, and what message you're sending by changing it?"
The "tale of treasure-hunting and pan-handling in 1990s Indonesia," formerly a Michael Mann film, is now a Spike Lee joint.
The Richard Loncraine comedy is about "a long-married New York City couple who find themselves in a real estate bidding war when they put their downtown apartment on the market."
Evans is in talks to star in an adaptation of the Stephen King short story.
He could play the heavy who faces off against Denzel Washington.
Mr. Hopkins has found a mob biopic to his liking.
He'll star in Mike Palansky's adaptation of an Edgar Allen Poe short story.
This week's Ketchup covers the days leading up to this year's Cannes Film Festival, at which dozens of movies are announced, and casting deals are made. Included in the mix are two new movies each for Chris Pine, Will Smith, and Hailee Steinfeld, and also new roles for Robert Downey Jr, Shia LaBeouf, and Arnold Schwarzenegger... in The Toxic Avenger?
This week at movies, we've got just one wide release: J.J. Abrams' Star Trek Into Darkness, starring Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto as Captain Kirk and Mister Spock, respectively. What do the critics have to say?
Black Rock, directed by Katie Aselton, is the story of three women who return to a childhood haunt in the hopes of reconnecting, only to find themselves battling to save their own lives. Aselton and Lake Bell discuss what strong women they were channeling for their roles, who gets the title of Best Camper, and why Meryl Streep should probably watch her back.
In the first screening of the Rotten Tomatoes VIP Access Series, Eli Roth joins Matt Atchity and Grae Drake in front of a live audience to discuss his latest film Aftershock, which he co-wrote, produced, and acts in.
These days, cancellation isn't necessarily the end for a television series; between DVD sales, the Web, and the ever-expanding cable dial, if a show has a fervent enough fanbase, odds are someone is going to come along to take advantage of it. Such was not the case 40 years ago, however ? not that it mattered to diehard Star Trek fans, who so impressed Paramount with their passion for Gene Roddenberry's characters that the studio brought the property to theaters a full decade after the show was unceremoniously dumped by NBC. Three decades later, as we prepare to greet the twelfth Trek feature, your pals at Rotten Tomatoes thought now would be the perfect time to take a fond look back at all the Enterprise voyages that got us here ? from the beloved classics (The Wrath of Khan) to the ones that never should have made it off the holodeck (The Final Frontier). Where does your favorite rank? Read this week's Total Recall to find out!
This week, it's time for you and your family to set phasers to fun! (Sorry -- we couldn't help ourselves.) Star Trek Into Darkness soars into theaters, but is it safe for your entire brood? Read on to find out.
Also: the question of whether or not he likes the "Star Wars" prequels.