This week on Between the Streams, we talk about the tepid reviews for Warcraft and X-Men: Apocalypse, a big update in the Tom Hiddleston Bond rumors, Apple's possible purchase of Netflix, AMC's excellent new series Preacher, and…
When We Were Knights tells the tragic story of BASE jumper Ian Flanders. The somber documentary is a departure from the norm for GoPro, and is the first film released by the company to include footage shot on non-GoPro cameras.
After Daniel Craig turned down a mammoth, two-film offer to reprise his role as James Bond, it looks like the torch is being passed to Tom Hiddleston. The actor is reportedly in talks to step into the character's trademark tux.
Skyscraper, described as "Die Hard in China," is a go and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is getting ready to go all John McClane on The Middle Kingdom. The project gives the busy actor 11 films that are in some stage of the production process.
VIce News airs tonight with co-founder Shane Smith interviewing self-exiled whistle blower Edward Snowden, discussing everything from government surveillance to how to preserve our own personal privacy.
HBO has big plans for fall TV: Westworld, its dark and controversial new drama, will premiere, along with three new comedy series. The shows star a host of notable actors, including Anthony Hopkins, Thandie Newton, and Sarah Jessica Parker.
The Fast and the Furious franchise is alive and well, but that doesn't mean fans can't indulge in a little nostalgia. The film that started it all is heading back to theaters for a limited time and tickets are available now.
The Little Prince didn't get a domestic release in spite of performing well abroad, but now Netflix is bringing it to U.S. audiencse. The streamer dropped a new trailer today and unveiled the animated film's premiere date.