Sean K. Cureton
English Major, Film Buff, and Citizen of the World, Sean K. Cureton is a born and raised Jersey Boy. Having received a B.A. in English from Rutgers University, Sean is proud to call the Garden State his home, equidistant from both the steps that made Sylvester Stallone a household name, and the park where Harry was cordially introduced to Sally, even if he’d prefer to a stay in state due to a certain fondness for a convenience store located in Leonardo, NJ. When he’s not in the multiplex, you can follow him on Twitter, @seankcureton.
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A sequel series to The L Word is currently in development at Showtime, with a few of the original cast members set to return.
The popular video game Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast is marvelously recreated as an episodic animated LEGO series by fans.
Aladdin is considering Power Rangers star Naomie Scott for the lead role of Jasmine in the live-action musical remake directed by Guy Ritchie.
Rampage officially completes principal photography according to an official announcement from Dwayne Johnson on the set of the movie.
Dunkirk tops social media buzz, with 140,000 new conversations last week about the Christopher Nolan directed World War II drama.
Blade Runner 2049 star Ryan Gosling describes the franchise sequel as offering a "more brutal" take on the Blade Runner movie universe.
Acclaimed filmmaker Guillermo del Toro takes to Twitter to heap praise on Baby Driver and its writer and director Edgar Wright.
A Bad Moms Christmas sees the release of an official red band trailer teasing plenty of holiday high jinks soon to come.
Isaac Asimov's The Foundation book trilogy is being adapted for TV by David S. Goyer (Man of Steel) and Josh Friedman (Sarah Connor Chronicles).
Amazon's The Tick prepares to have a heavy presence at San Diego Comic-Con 2017 leading up to the show's premiere later this August.
Rick and Morty co-creators and showrunners Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon announce a special live stream event for this week.
Silicon Valley star T.J. Miller says he will never return to the HBO series and that he had a contentious relationship with its producer.