Only one person in the whole U.K. showed up to Shia LaBeouf’s latest movie

Here in the United States, we’ve cautiously re-accepted Shia LaBeouf into our good graces thanks to his self-aware attempts to get his life back on track, his excellent performance in Andrea Arnold’s American Honey, and his naïvely optimistic anti-Trump art projects, but things are a bit different in the United…

David Ayer’s Suicide Squad cast gets together for a yearbook photo

It’s picture day at Belle Reve Penitentiary, and everyone in Task Force X—better known as The Suicide Squad—is looking their best. Deadshot has shined his head, Captain Boomerang has put on his best duct-taped pants, and Harley Quinn has torn her clothes in a way that’s just edgy enough to get attention without being…

Terminator: Genisys will have a Terminator who’s programmed to love

Entertainment Weekly has the first look at the upcoming Terminator: Genisys with an article subtitled “How To Save A Billion-Dollar Franchise”—a strategy that includes the casting of faces new and scientifically-validated-as-old, an irritating (and therefore memorable) name, and finally, a proper marketing push. The…

Felony is a commendably messy cop drama—until it isn’t

Felony opens with a police bust that’s so realistic it’s startling. Malcolm “Mal” Toohey (Joel Edgerton), a cop in Sydney, Australia, is rounding up suspects when one of them suddenly makes a break for it. Mal gives chase, but it’s not the typical chase one sees in thrillers—both cop and criminal stumble around…