With news being slow on the weekends, I started a column called PSA Sunday. As you can probably deduce from the title, every Sunday we post a PSA featuring TV or movie characters and/or celebrities telling you not to do something. The first few weeks focused on vintage Star Wars PSA’s (the Cantina aliens in a “Friends don’t let friends drive drunk” campaign, C3P0 and R2D2 talking about the dangers of whooping cough, C3PO and R2D2 warning you about smoking) Clint Eastwood telling you not to do crack cocaine, and the Transformers warning kids about running away from home and not to bike without reflectors. In addition, the other week we posted Nathan Fillion talking about Swamp Ass.
For this weekend’s PSA, we’ve got Kaley Cuoco (The Big Bang Theory) addressing an important issue affecting cosplay girls across the globe: Slave Leia fatigue. Hit the jump to watch.
And for fans of Chuck, Zachary Levi directed this PSA.
The co-creator also talks about the five year plan for the series, the enormous scope of the show, working with Netflix, and a lot more.
Australian filmmaker Ryan Unicomb will direct a documentary exploring the DC Universe that might have been.
Plus, Kenan talks about knowing he'd face criticism no matter how good the film ended up.
"To see 'Jurassic World' come to life is like seeing 'Jurassic Park' come true."
Reasons ranging from the poor box office take of 'Poltergeist' to plain old budget cuts have been cited.
Marvel’s next film is less than two months away.
One of the best composers of our time has a resume that's both extensive and versatile, ranging from 'Cool Runnings' to 'Mission: Impossible 2'.
The director takes to social media to debunk troubled word on the upcoming blockbuster.
The upcoming film also stars Jessica Chastain, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kristen Wiig, and Jeff Daniels.
Jacques Audiard's latest film won the Palme d'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival.