To call Grey’s Anatomy a drama would be an understatement. For 14 seasons, ABC’s medical drama has delivered some of the most heart-wrenching twists ever seen on a TV screen. If you think it’s emotionally exhausting to watch those scenes, just imagine how difficult it must be for the Grey’s cast to film them! You’d think the mood on the set would be pretty somber on those days, but Jesse Williams says that, surprisingly, it’s just the opposite. (Click on the media bar below to hear Jesse Williams)

Grey’s Anatomy airs Thursday nights at 8/7c on ABC.

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After a couple of movies that got “Thor”-rendous reviews and receptions at the box office, Thor: Ragnarok is hoping to reverse the character’s film fortunes, and so far, it seems to be working. Early buzz on the movie is much, much better than the previous two, and Marvel might just have a hit on its hands this time. Chris Hemsworth, who plays Thor, told us the new movie came together in the perfect way because everyone involved acknowledged that things needed to be changed. (Click on the media bar below to hear Chris Hemsworth)

Thor: Ragnarok opens in theaters on November 2.

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NBC’s comedy The Good Place was built around an entertaining concept: A newly dead young woman (Kristen Bell) who finds herself in a heavenly afterlife destination when she was sure she’d be sent somewhere else. She tries to stay there by hiding all of her bad behavior from the guy who runs the place. Ted Danson plays Michael, the guardian of the afterlife’s good place, and he says it’s a comedy that operates on, dare we say, a higher level. (Click on the media bar below to hear Ted Danson)

The Good Place airs Thursday nights at 8:30/7:30c on NBC and, if you’re new to the show, the series’ first season is available on the NBC app.

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Woodshock, a thriller headlined by Kirsten Dunst (Melancholia, TV’s Fargo), hits Blu-ray and DVD November 28 via Lionsgate. Directed by Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the fashion designer pair behind the acclaimed label Rodarte, the story centers on a young woman named Theresa (Dunst) who is grieving over mother’s death.

An employee at a medical marijuana dispensary, Theresa’s life is shaken by a series of mind altering and nightmarish visions. Joe Cole, whose work includes scene stealing moments in Green Room and Secret In Their Eyes, co-stars as Theresa’s unemployed boyfriend and fellow inhabitant at her mother’s house.The feature was shot amidst the redwoods filled environment of Humboldt County, California.

Special features on the Blu-ray and DVD includes the featurette “Making Woodshock: A Mental Landscape.” Dunst was seen earlier in The Beguiled, a feature that reunited her with The Virgin Suicides filmmaker Sofia Coppola.

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2257471 - ONLY THE BRAVEJosh Brolin stars in Only the Brave, the true story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots and their attempts to contain the Yarnell Mountain fire in 2013. In honoring the lives of the firefighters (Brolin plays their superintendent Eric Marsh), it was important that every actor and crew member was giving it their all during production.

“It becomes a precarious thing and you start to do your research and you start to kind of formulate an opinion of who’s going to put themselves out there and who won’t. We got really really lucky with this film because there’s not one person who kind of came with any kind of entitlement problems or vanity or that type of thing,” said Brolin. “Everybody gave 1,000 percent and I rode them very hard and they were all game.”

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Only The Brave, co-starring Miles Teller and Taylor Kitsch, opens nationwide October 20.

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GEOSTORM

With wildfires, earthquakes, and hurricanes wreaking havoc on the Earth, Geostorm’s plotline has a bit of resonance.

On the one hand, the story of the sci-fi action flick has Gerard Butler playing an astronaut who must shut down the intricate network of satellites he created to defend against Mother Nature. Independence Day scribe/producer Dean Devlin makes his directing debut with Geostorm.

Amidst all the special effects and action, Butler also appreciated the film’s moments of intimacy, as the brotherly bond between Jake (Butler) and Max (Jim Sturgess) is one of the film’s strongest elements.

“It’s almost a coming of age story for my character,” said Butler. “For a movie of this size, it’s an epic movie and it’s a lot of different things but it’s rare to be able to play a character that has so many facets in such a big movie.”

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Co-starring Abbie Cornish and Eugenio Derbez, Geostorm opens October 20.

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blackpanther1Chadwick Boseman’s career went on an immediate upswing thanks to his convincing work as both Jackie Robinson (42) and James Brown (Get On Up). With Black Panther Boseman takes on the role of one of Marvel’s most beloved superheroes as T’Challa (Boseman) is a man who places his people before his own comfort.

Directed by Creed’s Ryan Coogler, Black Panther centers on T’Challa’s return to the advanced nation of Wakanda after his father (who’s Wakanda’s King) passes. Faced with foes all around him, T’Challa must claim his rightful throne but, more importantly, save Wakanda from heading down a dire path. The film co-stars Martin Freeman and Coogler collaborator Michael B. Jordan (along with Creed, they also paired up for Fruitvale Station). Check out the trailer, which features a mesh of Gil Scott-Heron’s spoken word piece “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” and the hip hop track “Bagbak,” and tell us what you think!


Black Panther opens February 16, 2018.

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When people watch This Is Us, a lot of them feel like they’re watching their own lives on the TV screen, a tribute to the authenticity of the show’s storylines and the actors who make them come alive. Susan Kelechi Watson, who plays Beth Pearson, says she’s amazed a marriage as loving as Beth and Randall’s is on TV, since audiences seem to love shows that thrive on conflict.

This Is Us airs Tuesday nights at 9/8c on NBC.

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Over the years, The Princess Bride has achieved legendary status in Hollywood. Shockingly, the movie wasn’t a big hit when it was released 30 years ago: It only grossed just over $30 million, and it never ranked higher than No. 3 for any weekend during its theatrical run. But Rob Reiner’s comedic fantasy has become one of the most beloved — and most quoted — movies of its generation, and it’s now looked upon as one of the classic movies of its time. The film featured an amazing ensemble cast that included Billy Crystal, Mandy Patinkin, Carol Kane, Fred Savage, Andre The Giant, and Peter Falk. It was also the breakout film for a young (and, at that time, unknown) actor named Cary Elwes, who looks back fondly upon the making of The Princess Bride. (Click on the media bar below to hear Cary Elwes)

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Some actors can find themselves getting bored with their characters as their TV shows start to get old. But that’s not going to happen to Danielle Panabaker of The Flash – just when she thought she was settling into a routine with her character, Caitlin Snow, the producers introduced her evil alter ego, Killer Frost! And now, Panabaker gets to explore the inner workings of not one, but two characters. (Click on the media bar below to hear Danielle Panabaker)

The Flash airs Tuesday nights at 8/7c on The CW

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