Winter nights are best enjoyed with a cup of hot cocoa while curled up on the couch and watching a great movie. Those who would like to do just that will be thrilled to know that there's a slew of great movies heading to Netflix in November, and the list of films contain 2014 releases and some classics from the 1950s.
New releases include "White Bird in a Blizzard" starring Shailene Woodley, Eva Green, and Christopher Meloni. Set in the late 1980's, a teenage girl's life is thrown into chaos when her mother disappears.
Not to be missed is the "Robocop" reboot, which premiered last year, starring Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman, and Michael Keaton. In the year 2028, Alex Murphy, a loving husband, father, and outstanding cop, is injured in the line of duty, and multinational conglomerate OmniCorp turns him into a part-man, part-robot police officer. more >>
This week, "American Horror Story: Freak Show" will be ending its run on FX. However, the show has been renewed for its fifth season and is expected to be back 10 months from now. So what can fans expect from the popular horror series once it returns?
According to TVLine, FX Networks CEO John Landgraf said at the Television Critics Association winter press tour that the fifth season of "American Horror Story" will be "very different."
When asked to reveal what the show's theme will be for the upcoming season, Landgraf said, "I know what it is, but I can't [say]. I have to let [series boss] Ryan [Murphy] do his thing on that. But it's very different." more >>
On last Monday's episode of "The Bachelor," Jimmy Kimmel dropped by to check in on Chris Soules and the ladies.
In the episode, Kaitlyn and Chris went shopping and afterwards they prepared a meal for Kimmel. Kaitlyn said that she once dated a farmer who was more "legit" than Chris, and at the end of the night Kimmel was clearly impressed with her.
The ladies also went on an obstacle course which involved drinking warm, unpasteurized goat's milk. Carly won the blue ribbon for catching the pig, and on Chris' People blog post, he said that he was impressed with her because "she really stepped up her game. I mean, she drank unpasteurized goat's milk and she's lactose intolerant!" more >>
"Arrow" executive producer Andrew Kreisberg shared a glimpse of what happens to Starling City after the fall of its leader Oliver Queen.
The producer said that fans are not puzzled if Oliver will return they are actually wondering about how he will return. The question of the fans will be answered in the upcoming three episodes, which will focus on the effects of Oliver's disappearance from Starling City. Viewers will also discover what really happened to him.
On the midseason finale of "Arrow," Oliver was stabbed by Ra's al Ghul and was thrown into a snowy cliff. Stephen Amell who plays Oliver in the series shared a glimpse of his fate in the show. more >>
There have been no reports yet on the release of the second season of "Attack on Titan," but it hasn't stopped fans from trying to figure out when it's coming out, with the more optimistic reports pointing at a possible 2016 release.
"Attack on Titan" or known in Japan as "Shingeki no Kyojin" was based on the mange of the same name by Hajime Isayama. The anime series was released in 2013 under Wit Studios. It tells the story of a world where humans live inside walled cities hiding from humanoid creatures called Titans.
The anime was well-received in Japan and internationally, but despite requests for more, Wit Studios has yet to announce any plans to follow up the first season. more >>
While the wait for the third season of "Hannibal" is still ongoing, recent reports concerning what the show will offer in its next chapter has been suggested by one of its cast members. Here's what we heard:
The Hollywood Reporter speaking with actor Gillian Anderson, who plays Hannibal's (Mads Mikkelsen) psychotherapist, Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier.
"Hannibal is too dark for me!" the 46-year-old actress said. "It is. If I'm going to watch some of my scenes, I need to have my finger on the fast-forward [button]. I literally am not that person." more >>