While there's still over a week to go before we officially hit Halloween, the spirit of the haunted holiday came early this year all thanks to The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again.
The FOX made-for-TV musical movie finally followed in Grease: Live's footsteps Thursday night, and we have to say… we were impressed!
It's been about ten months since FOX first entered the made-for-TV musical movie realm with Grease: Live, but they went full-on film for The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again on Thursday.
While Laverne Cox, Ryan McCartan and Annaleigh Ashford seriously stole the show, who would we be if we didn't give credit to the standout performances from Victoria Justice, Staz Nair, Reeve Carney, or Ivy Levan?!
Probably doesn't help that the movie takes place in some kind of Mad Max future with no other mutants, except for Sir Patrick Stewart as an X-tremely old Professor Xavier and one little girl who's very much like Wolverine…
See the jarringly grim first trailer for Logan (above), and go see Hugh's last stand March 3, 2017!
Next to Carpool Karaoke, one of our absolute FAVORITE bits James Corden does on The Late Late Show is help A-listers reenact their entire film careers, and Thursday it was Tom Cruise's turn!
The action hero stopped by Corden's show to help promote his upcoming flick Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, and the Brit decided to help Cruise recreate pretty much ALL of his movies from Top Gun to every Mission Impossible!
Our favorite bit though was when James did his best Cuba Gooding Jr. impression for Jerry Maguire and he was so lousy that Cuba HIMSELF showed up to fill in — and nail it, of course! Talk about a reunion!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing sketch as well as Cruise's interview with the host where he chats about being a problem child and dishes about first kisses with Anna Faris (below)!
When it comes to anything animated, Disney's CGI subsidiary studio Pixar pretty much rules the world.
The company has won countless awards for their films — and it looks like they could earn another one thanks to their new short Borrowed Time!
The animated flick, which dropped earlier this week, follows an aging sheriff in the old west as he revisits and tries to come to terms with a tragedy from his past. Like other Pixar features Up and Inside Out, this one gets sad AF!
One of the film's co-creators, Lou Hamou-Lhadj, spoke a bit about the reasoning behind the story saying:
"A goal for us was to make something that kind of contested the notion of animation being a genre and one for children specifically. We really wanted to make something that was a little bit more adult in the thematic choices and show that animation could be a medium to tell any sort of story."
Ch-ch-check out the incredibly heartbreaking short (below) and make sure you have a box of tissues handy!
While some fans may have guessed who Jeffrey Dean Morgan's Negan killed during the AMC drama's hiatus, it's clear from some INTENSE reaction videos that there were still plenty of people who managed to ignore the chatter since April's cliffhanger.