Holy wow, this "Captain America: Civil War" trailer
Last night, Marvel revealed the first trailer - and footage overall - of next summer's "Captain America: Civil War" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and Marvel, take my money right now please.
"Star Wars" your Google search
Google has found little ways to have fun with search - and not just by drawing its name in funny, entertaining ways based on the day. Its latest nifty secret comes from a galaxy far, far away.
Prepare for "Grease Live," your new favorite hate-watch of next year
I've got chills; they're multiplying, thanks to my recent discovery of "Grease Live," a live musical and sure-to-be hate-watch event Fox is putting on next year starring Julianne Hough and Vanessa Hudgens.
Let's talk about "The Walking Dead": "Heads Up"
The fate of a key character is finally revealed in this week's episode of "The Walking Dead." Spoilers ahead.
Wisconsin, Frankie is back!
Frankie MacDonald, who has autism, gives a weather warning in a boisterous fashion (via YouTube) that I cannot stop smiling at. And, he's just in time for our first snow event of the season.
David Beckham is People's Sexiest Man Alive for 2015. Really?
After a doubtlessly thorough investigation, People Magazine has made its annual dismount from Mount Sinai - via "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last night - to declare the sexiest man alive in 2015: David Beckham.
Let's talk about "The Walking Dead": "Always Accountable"
This week's episode of "The Walking Dead" follows Daryl, Abraham and Sasha as they deal with the Alexandria zombie chase ... and ends with a tease that a beloved character might still be alive! Maybe! Let us hope!
Nothing can replace "Sex and the City," but "Divorce" could be awesome
Nothing can ever replace "Sex and the City." But a new show starring Sarah Jessica Parker is filming currently in New York - aka "Sex and the City" land - and will be premiering next year on HBO.
I don't feel sorry for Charlie Sheen
Am I supposed to feel sorry for Charlie Sheen? I hope he conquers his addictions, stays healthy, stops beating women and lives a long life. People can turn their lives around. It's never too late for that. But I'm not going to turn him into some heroic figure.
Neil deGrasse Tyson returns to Milwaukee to talk movies on May 11
Sad that you missed celebrity astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson last time he came to Milwaukee? Well, he returns to the Riverside Theater on Wednesday, May 11 for "An Astrophysicist Goes to the Movies."
Bring the family together this holiday season ... to audition for "Family Feud"
"Family Feud" arrives this month to audition families for a chance to answer potentially awkward questions with potentially even more awkward responses, likely embarrass yourself on national TV and maybe cash, too.
Let's talk about The Walking Dead: "Now"
Season six has already been full of hardships for Rick and his crew. This week's episode shows us how everyone is recovering from all of the confusion.
Help bring back "Mystery Science Theater 3000"
In the not-too-distant future, new episodes of the beloved cult movie commentary television show may be headed our way thanks to a Kickstarter started today by "MST3k" creator and host Joel Hodgson.
Sykes stars as Scrooge in charity radio play of "A Christmas Carol"
620 WTMJ talk show host Charlie Sykes will play the classic Christmas crank Ebenezer Scrooge in the station's upcoming radio show rendition of "A Christmas Carol" at Turner Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 1.
Watch some new "Star Wars" footage in this Japanese trailer
After the third very vague - and very exciting - teaser trailer for "The Force Awakens," the buzz was that would be the last footage we'd see before the actual movie comes out. Well that turned out to be bantha poodoo, because this morning a Japanese trailer emerged with a whole lot of new footage.
Is "Spectre" really Daniel Craig's final Bond movie?
"Spectre" finally hits theaters starting this weekend, and judging from Daniel Craig's press tour, he seems quite fine with this being the last time he ever wears 007's tuxedo. The only problem? He's still got one more on his contract.
"Star Trek" returns to TV with new streaming CBS series in 2017
Next year - on Sept. 8, to be precise - "Star Trek" will celebrate its 50th anniversary, and from the sounds of it, it is not wasting the occasion. We already knew that a new movie, "Star Trek Beyond," was coming out next summer, but today, a report from StarTrek.com announced the anniversary will also bring about a brand new TV series, the first since "Enterprise" went off the air in 2005.
Two creepy new DVD options bring fright to your Halloween night
To cap off a night of Halloween fun, try out these two home entertainment releases for a final scare or two. For the younger crowd, give "R.L. Stine's Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls" a try. However, for a final Halloween cinematic creep-out more for the adults in the house, the thriller "Extinction" might be worth scaring up from VOD or a DVD rental spot.
Milwaukee producers present Mary Tyler Moore special on PBS
One tip for success is to surround yourself with good people. And if you are able to endear yourself to those folks, they will tell everyone else they know about how wonderful of a person you are. That's what happens in "Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration," a special production that airs at 7 p.m. Tuesday night on PBS.
Milwaukee gets "SNL" mention
Two flight attendants' (Amy Schumer, Vanessa Bayer) song about in-flight service goes wrong in an "SNL" skit Saturday night. But, Milwaukee gets a nice little mention.
"Avengers: Age of Ultron" is simply the best in action storytelling
The box-office busting "Avengers: Age of Ultron" took the world by storm again when it was released on Blu-ray, DVD, digital streaming download and On Demand last Friday.
Three to see: Day 15 of the Milwaukee Film Festival
It's now the final day of the Milwaukee Film Festival. But don't cry because it's over; smile because there are still movies to see ... namely these three.
Three to see: Day 14 of the Milwaukee Film Festival
It's the penultimate day of the Milwaukee Film Festival. You could make the day one of melancholy and tears and Sarah McLachlan. But instead of firing Green Day's "Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)" on repeat, you should remember that, hey, there's still a whole pack of really great movies to check out. These three movies in particular.
There's nothing scary about "Mickey's Monster Musical" but plenty of fun
Is "Mickey's Monster Musical," the new Disney Junior Halloween-themed Blu-ray adventure, particularly scary? No. But is it fun? Yes.
Ball, slipper and magic come to life in "Cinderella"
When lighting, textures and scenery pop on a screen - especially in a familiar tale that we've envisioned ourselves - we can be transported. In the case of Disney's "Cinderella," we feel like we are there, interacting with the characters at the royal ball, waiting for the clock to strike 12 times.