A third-string sports saga only apt to play to its devout target audience.
Spoiler warning: Do not read on unless you’ve seen the Season 4 premiere of “Arrow,” titled “Green Arrow.” Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) has finally embraced his comic book destiny and added a long…
Another villain is planning to take control of Starling City. “Justified” and “Captain America: The First Avenger” alum Neal McDonough has been cast in “Arrow” as Damien Darhk for season four of CW’s…
“Justified” actor Neal McDonough has inked with Medavoy Management. McDonough can be seen in the highly anticipated crime drama “Mob City,” which also stars Edward Burns and Jon Bernthal. On the…
With his new TNT series “Mob City,” “The Shawshank Redemption” director Frank Darabont takes another look at a gritty, post-war corruption — albeit on the streets this time, instead of in the jail…
Despite a bigger-is-better philosophy, this globe-trotting action-comedy keeps real thrills and laughs at a modest trickle.
In its effort to branch out into serialized dramas, TNT has given a series greenlight to its Frank Darabont crime drama set in 1940s Los Angeles.
Neal McDonough didn't make any friends on the set of FX's "Justified" during his stint as the season's villain, Robert Quarles.
Neal McDonough and Ashley Bell have joined WWE's Mike "The Miz" Mizanin in "The Marine: Homefront," the action thriller that WWE Studios started helming today under the direction of Scott Wiper.
Pic delivers the basic goods, if not much more, as formulaic, functional guys'-night-in entertainment, providing employment to many shirtless, no-necked actors.
Neither the best nor the worst of movies derived from videogames, "Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li" at least gives action fans plenty to ogle besides the titular heroine (Kristin Kreuk).
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