Editors' Picks: Our Favorite Things From the Week of March 12by IMDb-Editors | last updated - 7 months ago
IMDb Editors highlight their favorite things from the week.
Trailer of the Week: Baby Driver
Sure, it doesn't feel wholly original, but the trailer for Edgar Wright's pet project makes us feel like the tough guyness of Drive was channeled through John Waters' sense of humor. And its SXSW premiere was electrifying. Plus, has Jon Hamm ever looked more take home-able?
Watch the trailer for Baby Driver
Photo of the Week: The Carey-Cannon Family at the Kids' Choice Awards
This is what we call conscious uncoupling, and we love that Nick and Moroccan Cannon dressed like vintage Nickelodeon VHS tapes.
See our Nickelodeon's 2017 Kids' Choice Awards photo gallery.
On-Set Story of the Week: Josh Gad Battles His Beauty and the Beast Horse
Sure, we are exceedingly excited to see a Disney classic return to the big screen, this time with real-life characters. But we loved hearing first-hand about Josh Gad's most challenging memory from filming the live-action movie.
Watch our interview with Josh Gad and the Beauty and the Beast cast
Casting News of the Week: David Giuntoli Heads to Space
As huge fans of The Martian, we were excited to hear that David Giuntoli is set to star opposite Poppy Montgomery in "Mission Control," the CBS drama pilot from "The Martian" author Andy Weir. Produced by Simon Kinberg and Jeremy Podeswa, the series will follow a group of NASA astronauts and scientists who juggle their personal and professional lives during a critical mission.
Find out about the latest TV casting updates
Renewal of the Week: "The Good Fight" Renewed For Season 2
Although Alicia Florrick's seven-year saga ended in 2016, we were not ready for "The Good Wife" to go and were thrilled when a spin-off was announced. If you ever thought "The Good Wife" needed more F-bombs and even more timely and provocative subject matter, then you need to be watching "The Good Fight." Christine Baranski and Cush Jumbo remain as Diane Lockhart and Lucca Quinn. Series newcomer Rose Leslie ("Game of Thrones") joins the cast as fledgling lawyer Maia Rindell.
Check out our list of TV cancellations and renewals to find out the fate of your favorite show
Throwback Movie Still of the Week: Emma Watson in This Is the End
When we think back on Emma Watson's career, Hermione Granger obviously comes to mind. As we looked back at her career in anticipation of the premiere of Beauty and the Beast, we're reminded of her already varied career, which includes a surprise appearance in This Is the End.
View photos of Emma Watson through the years
Anniversary of the Week: Metropolis Turns 90
March 13, 1927 marks the US release of Fritz Lang's futuristic drama Metropolis. If Lang's iconic robot, The Machine Man, seems familiar, it was used as inspiration for Ralph McQuarrie's early concept paintings of C-3PO.
View photos of Metropolis star Brigitte Helm and other leading ladies of the 1920s
More Awesome Casting News of the Week: Edward James Olmos Returning for Blade Runner 2049
First we get Harrison Ford reprising Deckard, and now we get Gaff! Edward James Olmos confirmed his return, albeit only a small one, as he told "TheTrendTalk," "My role is like it was in the original [1982 film]. That time I only had four scenes. In this I only have one. But again, it's a poignant little scene."
We'll gladly take what we can get! Here's hoping it involves more unicorn origami-folding.
Find out about the latest movie casting updates
TV Pick-Up of the Week: "Weekend Update" Spinoff Ordered at NBC
Since we can't have enough satirical news in our lives, we love that NBC announced Tuesday that it is giving a four-episode order for "Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update," a 30-minute primetime version of the "SNL" Weekend Update segment, to launch Thursday, Aug. 10. Current co-anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che will handle hosting duties. Other "SNL" cast members are expected to make cameos.
Read more about "Weekend Update" heading to primetime
Marvel-ous Renewal of the Week: "Legion" Renewed for Season 2
Despite the fact that Season 1 hasn't yet concluded, FX has already renewed "Legion" for a second season. Be sure to check out Dan Stevens ("Beauty and the Beast" and "Downton Abbey"), Rachel Keller ("Fargo"), and Aubrey Plaza ("Parks and Recreation" and "Safety Not Guaranteed") in this Marvel-Comics-based story of David Haller, a troubled young man who may be more than human.
Find out more about the TV shows that will be returning next season
Poster of the Week: Jude Law as Vortigern in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
We're hoping Jude Law taps into his "Young Pope" outrageousness to become villain of the year in Guy Ritchie's attempt to revitalize the sword and sorcery genre. Regarding the poster, we love Law's slightly chapped lips, steel-wool gaze, and hooded chainmail top.
See our gallery of Latest Posters
Marriage of the Week: Alison Brie and Dave Franco Tie the Knot
We were glad to catch up with Alison Brie and Dave Franco at the Sundance Film Festival, where we learned more about their latest movie The Little Hours. But we're even happier to hear that the acting couple, engaged since 2015, is now married.
Watch our interview with Dave and Alison at Sundance
TV Tease of the Week: "Master of None" Announces Season 2 Release Date in New Teaser
Last we left off, Aziz Ansari's character Dev parted ways with his girlfriend and hopped a plane to Italy to study pasta-making. Now Aziz is cruising the hillsides of Italy in the Season 2 teaser. It is unclear how much of Season 2 will take place in Italy but we are excited to go along for the ride.
Watch the teaser