In the future, no one is ever truly gone. 86-year-old Marjorie is at the end of her life, and spends her days talking with a holographic simulation of her late husband. An examination of love, loss, and the increasingly tight weave of humans and technology, Marjorie Prime stars Lois Smith, John Hamm, Geena Davis, and Time Robbins. The film is set for release August 18, 2017.
Spoilers ahead. Taking over a continent is never easy, especially when it's the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. Yara Greyjoy found that out when she was ambushed by her uncle in a massive naval battle in episode two season seven of Game of Thrones. HBO takes you behind the scenes to show what it takes to turn a parking lot into a huge fight between sailing ships.
They picked the wrong bank. Forced into a heist to save their brother, two sisters join a group of criminals to rob a bank. But unknown to them, the bank manager is about to unleash something evil when he tells them about an abandoned vault under the building. Starring James Franco and Francesca Eastwood, The Vault is available to stream September 2017.
Something is taking the children in Derry, Maine. Something unspeakably evil that lives in the sewers beneath the town. A group of kids comes together to find it, and what they find will haunt them for the rest of their lives. The second film adaptation of Stephen King's massively popular novel IT, we'll finally get the chance to float September 8, 2017.
There might be bars on the windows and nothing to wear but orange jumpsuits, but there's still a way be free. Dungeons & Dragons offers a way for prisoners across the US to be someone else for a moment — and leave the harsh realities of jail life behind. Two former maximum security inmates are back on the outside and using D&D to work their way back into society.
You could pay tens of thousands of dollars to take philosophy courses in college — or you could tune in to James Franco's new YouTube channel. In the first episode, Rutgers University's Liz Camp stops by to discuss the nature of metaphor. Get all the education with none of the quizzes or home work.