Author Nathaniel Grey

  • Nathaniel Grey

    Film/TV Correspondent


Coming to Theaters: Chris Hemsworth on the Big Screen, the Scoop on 'Captain America: Civil War'

People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive 2014" titleholder Chris Hemsworth joins How to Get Away with Murder'Viola Davis in the Jan. 16 crime thriller release Blackhat. The plot follows a man after he is sprung from prison with an agreement to help both American and Chinese officials track down an international cyber criminal. The trek leads from Chicago to Hong Kong and features Chicago P.D.'s Archie Kao, Lost'William Mapother, CSI: Miami's Holt McCallany and The Blacklist'Jason Butler Harner.

Coming to Theaters: 'Game of Thrones' Vets Reunite for 'Necropolis,' Plus a New Take on Cinderella

If royalty isn't in Richard Madden's blood, it should be. He played Lord Rob Stark on Game of Thrones until the tragic red wedding, and next he plays Prince Charming in a live action version of Cinderella.

Coming to Theatres: Scott Evans Back On-Screen, 'Stonewall' Moves Into Post-Production

Chris Evans' brother Scott Evans is still working toward a recognizable name of his own. Having appeared in this year's Behaving Badly, he worked on the  independent film Welcome to Kain. The story places childhood pals Kris and Shannon on an adventure-seeking road trip that brings more than expected when their car dies in a small rural town. Joining Evans are Entourage alum Jordan BelfiTwin Peaks' James MarshallSuper TroopersPaul Soter and Hit the Floor'Katrina Norman.

Coming to Theatres: Chris Colfer to Play Noël Coward, New Anne Hathaway

While waiting to hear progress on the upcoming untitled Noël Coward bio film to star Glee's Chris Colfer, there is news that British singer/songwriter Patrick Wolf will debut his first film score with the project.

Coming to TV: 'Evil Dead' Gets Small Screen Treatment, 'Downton Abbey' Back for More

The pilot for a series version of Sam Raimi's cult classic film Evil Dead has been picked up to air on Starz. Not only is original director Raimi back as producer, but so is actor Bruce Campbell as the reluctant hero Ash.

Coming to Theatres: Films from the Hunky Chadwick Boseman, Kit Harrington and Tom Hardy

Get On Up star Chadwick Boseman plays a South African man determined to get revenge for his sister's death in the upcoming thriller Message from the King. Shortly after learning of her disappearance, he arrives in Los Angeles with a small amount of cash and a return ticket that must be used within seven days. Filming begins in L.A. early next year and after its wrap, Boseman will take on the role of Marvel superhero Black Panther in Captain America 3.

Coming to TV: 'The Osbournes' Set to Return, the Scoop on 'Agent Carter'

Sharon Osbourne says she and the family are putting together eight new episodes of The Osbournes. Recently announced on a UK chat show, the Talk co-host stated that Ozzy wanted to do a few more chapters, because over the three years of the first show, he was under the influence the entire run and would like to try it again being sober. Filming will begin as early as this January, but no word on which network will carry it. 

Coming to TV: New Series 'American Gothic,' Roseanne to Host 'When Moms Go Bad'

Steven Spielberg’s Amblin TV has teamed with former Good Wife writer Corinne Brinkerhoof to develop a new CBS series called American Gothic, but not a remake of the superb and short-changed supernatural-toned series from 1995 starring Medium vet Jake Weber.

Coming to Theatres: Mehcad Brooks Strips Down, Johnny Galecki Takes on Horror-Comedy

Fans of True Blood vet and Necessary Roughness alum Mehcad Brooks are in for a treat with his next film. He'll plays the lover of a married woman whose husband discovers them in bed together and holds them naked at gunpoint while he decides what to do.

Coming to Theatres: Matt Damon to Return as 'Bourne,' Daniel Radcliffe Joins 'Now You See Me 2'

Matt Damon has confirmed he will be returning to the role of Jason Bourne, but it’s not exactly around the corner as Paul Greengrass, the director of Damon’s three Bourne films, has to coordinate his schedule with the star’s availability. Plans are aiming for a 2016 release.