The film will screen in theaters across the pond.
Who cares about a billionaire with toys and a man in tights when you have a meth king versus a criminal mastermind?
NBC has officially ditched its long-running Must-See TV lineup, but that doesn't mean we can't celebrate the great shows it produced.
Instead of spending the holiday passed out on the couch, try watching these totally addicting shows instead.
Plus: Natalie Zea joins an exclusive club, Intervention is back, and more bad news for Extant.
Everyone's breaking up on Fox sitcoms. Is there a good or bad way to do it?
Plus: There might be a Beverly Hills, 90210 reunion happening at ABC Family, Ed Asner is going Crazy, and there are now extra Bravermans on Netflix.
Will Modern Family continue to dominate? Will Girls or Louie piggyback on last year's successes and grab even more wins? And will Arrested Development make a triumphant return to its former Emmy glory?
The series finale, without pretense, was a where-are-they-now and, seemingly, everyone got their happy ending.
With two episodes left, The Office is a show with an agenda. But "A.A.R.M." was a decent if uneven penultimate episode that gave us one last look at this quirky group of people in their office environment, with plenty of warm fuzzies to go around.
Plus: The Office's goodbye will be a long one, The Americans promotes Martha and Nina, and The IT Crowd is coming back!
Plus: Someone will be back for The Office finale, Cops moves for the first time in decades, and more Ravenswood casting.
A lot happened in "Livin' the Dream," but the emphasis was on Andy's exit, and everyone in the office offered up individual punchlines on the Nard-Dawg taking off.
Plus: Bad Robot might adapt a Stephen King book, FX is going after Bigfoot, and Kristen Wiig will return to SNL.
Not a terrible episode, but basic and a little boring save for a nice moment with Jim and Pam. We have three weeks left. Let's make it count.
Plus: More summer scheduling for NBC, Duck Dynasty dominates, and details on The Office's series finale.
He insisted he wouldn't return, but with the series finale approaching, the latest gossip suggests that maybe—just maybe—we'll see Michael Scott again after all.