Uzo AdubaOrange is the New Black has been one of the most groundbreaking series of recent years. While it will always be regarded as the first hit show of the streaming era, it also has received accolades — not to mention plenty of buzz — for its honest depiction of conditions inside a women’s prison. Uzo Aduba, who plays Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren on the show, says its accurate take on life behind bars is one of the things that makes the show not just entertaining, but relevant and thought-provoking. (Click on the media bar below to hear Uzo Aduba)

Season 5 of Orange is the New Black is now streaming on Netflix.

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Actress Jenny Slate and director Gillian Robespierre scored with their winning 2014 comedy Obvious Child, and now they’re back at it with Landline. Set in 1990s Manhattan, the storyline centers on Dana (Slate) and Ali (Abby Quinn), two sisters who believe their dad (John Turturro) might be having an affair. Dana, who’s struggling with her own issues with fidelity, ends up bonding with a much younger (and wilder) Ali through this ordeal. Edie Falco co-stars as the mother who has no idea about the sisters’ escapade.

Slate has already proven she’s adept at carrying her own romantic comedy with Obvious Child, and the trailer also hints at some standout moments from Quinn and Falco. The scene where the sisters put on trash bags to pretend their California Raisins is pretty cute, and John Turturro making a fool of himself at a sushi restaurant is also memorable.

Landline hits theaters July 21 via Amazon Studios. Check out the trailer and tell us what you think!

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Directed and written by Trey Edward Shults, It Comes At Night is a psychological thriller/horror hybrid about a family trying to survive through a plague that is seemingly wiping out humanity.

Joel Edgerton is Paul, the father who has a strict regimen to keep his wife (Carmen Ejogo) and son (Kelvin Williams Jr.). Since they live at a boarded up house in a remote section of the woods, they must not expose themselves during the dead of night, as whatever disease (or is it a monster?) that is infecting humans may catch them unawares.

Christoper Abbott, Riley Keough, and Griffin Robert Faulkner is another family that joins up with Paul’s group as they believe pooling their resources increases their chances of survival. Shults shot his nail-biting feature near Woodstock, New York, and Edgerton and Ejogo talked about forming a cohesive family unit within this environment. (Click on the media bar below to hear Edgerton and Ejogo).



It Comes At Night is now playing in select theaters.

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Miley CyrusThough she’s only 24 years old, Miley Cyrus is already a seasoned show biz veteran, having been working steadily since she was 10. After achieving teen superstardom on the show Hannah Montana, Cyrus parlayed that success into a singing career which has resulted in three platinum albums and eight Top 10 singles (including her latest, Malibu). Of course, by getting into music and acting, she’s following in her father’s footsteps: Billy Ray Cyrus had a pair of platinum albums himself, and for five seasons, he starred in a Pax TV drama called Doc. Having experienced the ups and downs of the entertainment business, Billy Ray had hoped his daughter would choose a different path, but once her heart was set on it, Miley says he was as supportive as a father could be. (Click on the media bar to hear Miley Cyrus)

Take a look at Miley’s video for Malibu, then give us your review of the song and video!

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A three-time Academy Award nominee himself, Tom Cruise has shared the screen with several of Oscar’s favorite actors: Paul Newman in The Color of Money, Dustin Hoffman in Rain Man, Gene Hackman in The Firm and Jack Nicholson in A Few Good Men. Now, with The Mummy, you can add another Oscar-winner to the Cruise co-star list: Russell Crowe. When Crowe signed on for the role of Dr. Henry Jekyll, Cruise couldn’t wait to see how Crowe approached the pivotal role. (Click on the media bar below to hear Tom Cruise)

The Mummy is now playing in theaters

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coco1The Mexican holiday The Day of the Dead is front and center with the upcoming Pixar feature Coco. This isn’t the first animated film to spotlight Dia De Los Muertos (as evidenced by 2014’s The Book of Life), but the just released trailer suggests an entirely different movie.

Although his family has a generations old ban on music, Miguel (voiced buy newcomer Anthony Gonzalez) wants to be a musician just like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt). Doing whatever it takes to achieve his dream, Miguel journeys to the land of the dead. Along with a new friend named Hector (Gael Garcia Bernal), Miguel gradually unlocks the reals story why his family has banned music from their households.

The amusing trailer features a literally jaw dropping ending as Miguel surprises a skeletal border officer. Check out the trailer below and tell us what you think!

Coco, written and directed by Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina, opens November 22.

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The Book of Henry

Directed by Jurassic World filmmaker Colin Trevorrow, The Book of Henry centers on Susan Carpenter (Naomi Watts), a waitress and single mother to 11-year-old Henry (Jaeden Lieberher) and 8-year-old Peter (Jacob Tremblay). When Henry suspects his classmate Christina (Maddie Ziegler) might be in danger, he is determined to help her out. When Susan discovers Henry’s “book” which details mission, she embarks on a journey to execute her son’s plan.

Watts, who previously worked with Lieberher on St. Vincent, was immediately drawn to The Book of Henry. “The script really delivered on the first read,” said Watts. “I read it very quickly. The characters were all beautifully defined and I loved this woman who was struggling to be the best mom she could be and didn’t have the resources to be her best at all times and really relied, in this sort of co-dependent relationship with her eldest son, who’s this genius, and she’s kind of got no faith in herself so she really depends on him.”

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The Book of Henry opens nationwide June 16.

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Hollywood Game Night sprung into being as a summer experiment back in 2013. Nobody knew it would make it all the way to a fifth season — especially Jane Lynch! When producer Sean Hayes (Will & Grace) offered Lynch the hosting gig, the Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner thought it would be a fun job while it lasted… cut she didn’t think it would last long! As it turns out, the longer the show’s gone on, the more fun she’s having with it. (Click on the media bar below to hear Jane Lynch)

The new season of Hollywood Game Night begins Thursday, June 22 at 8/7c on NBC.

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When David Boreanaz agrees to star in your TV show, it’s historically a good omen for its staying power. After all, Angel lasted for five seasons, and Bones had a remarkable 12-year run. This fall, he’ll be on a new CBS drama called Seal Team, an action-filled look at the lives of U.S Navy SEALs squad members as they prepare and execute their missions. So far, the series has garnered some pretty good buzz, but we’ll let you judge for yourself. Check out the new trailer and let us know if you’ll be watching when Seal Team premieres September 27 on CBS.

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It’s amazing to think that before he landed the role of Tupac Shakur in All Eyez On Me, Demetrius Shipp Jr.’s previous place of  employment was Dish Network. The novice actor bears a striking resemblance to the late rapper, and he knew he had to live and breathe Tupac’s life to deliver an effective performance.

One of Tupac’s greatest attributes was his diversity as an artist, and Shipp Jr. believes All Eyez One Me will show the many colors of the iconic rapper. “Everybody has the ‘Pac that they love,” said Shipp Jr. ” I love the poetic ‘Pac, I love the thug like ‘Pac, I love the philosopher ‘Pac.But I want (audience) to be able to see them all in a way they haven’t seen them before.”

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All Eyez On Me, co-starring Kat Graham as Jada Pinkett, opens June 15.

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