The show is touted as a "game changer" for boasting a record number of LGBTQ performers.
Mara is rocking a ring fit for a superhero.
Somewhere, Miles Teller is jumping for joy.
Both actors can handle comedy and drama, have been in a nice mix of Oscar contenders and crowd pleasers, do funny stuff on late night shows, and both display an effortless, non-threatening, regular-guy appeal that makes them easy to relate to and root for.
I first read Andy Weir's bestseller The Martian a little over a year ago. Actually, "inhaled" might be a better word to use. The story, about an astronaut stranded on Mars, his struggle to survive and the struggles on Earth to try and bring him home, is about as gripping a book as I've ever consumed,
Brunettes are winning!
Directed by Josh Trank, who made such a splash with Chronicle a few years ago, this latest Fantastic Four works so hard to go so far off-model that one wonders why they bothered at all if what they were going to end up with was so numbingly unoriginal.
The actor says journalists sometimes use their position as a "safety net" to ask uncomfortable questions.
Why are these questions being asked in the first place?
The latest trailer for Marvel's "Fantastic Four" reboot debuted at San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend, and now it's here
Oh, thank god. Finally, a space movie promo that isn't intense, terrifying or overly emotional. "The Martian" opens Nov. 25