McFarlane Toys dare collectors to create their own zombie apocalypse with building sets and mini-figures featuring Rick Grimes, Carl Grimes, Daryl Dixon, Glen Rhee, Michonne, and the evil Governor.
Talk show host Bill Maher called the late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle a “psychopath patriot” that Americans can easily support. The comedian pointed to the success of “American Sniper” as proof of his assertion.
The animated feature “The Boxtrolls” is the only family film among a sea of new movies on Blu-ray and DVD this week.
The opening-night documentary at the Sundance Film Festival closed with a superstar concert.
Ted Nugent, conservative rocker, roused a Las Vegas crowd with an inspiring rendition of the National Anthem — and with a patriotic expression of support for slain U.S. sniper Chris Kyle.
A prosecutor in California says San Diego-based rapper Tiny Doo — who’s given name is Brandon Duncan — should be given a lengthy prison sentence because his rap lyrics are so violent, they go past the point of creative license and into the realm of conspiracy.
Rolling Stone writer Matt Taibbi took shots at “American Sniper,” the blockbuster movie about U.S. sniper Chris Kyle, saying director Clint Eastwood filled the screen with “crass stupidities” and “meaningless” drivel, and that the film’s politics were slightly south of ridiculous.
Bryant Gumbel, HBO host, had this to say about the National Rifle Association: Members are “pigs,” a “curse” on America and about the most uncaring organization in history.
When “Black Sea” director Kevin Macdonald found himself shooting footage for the new Jude Law thriller in Sevastopol, located on the Crimean Peninsula, there was no way to know that Russia would seize the disputed territory before the film ever bowed.
The family of a comedian killed in a New Jersey Turnpike crash that seriously injured Tracy Morgan last summer has settled a wrongful-death claim with Wal-Mart.