I just witnessed the Summer Box Office Bonanza of 2015, and boy, is my neck tired.
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Here’s a round-up of fall TV offerings, many of which might sound familiar. The already-known properties coming to a flat screen near you include CBS’s “Supergirl,” Fox’s “Minority Report,” ABC’s “The Muppets,” NBC’s “Heroes Reborn” and Starz’s “Ash vs Evil Dead,” a continuation of the film series with original star Bruce Campbell. Read on to find out what premieres when, but remember that dates and times always are subject to change.
This fall’s film line-up is all about real people — from mobsters to tightrope walkers to blacklisted Hollywood screenwriters. There are people fighting for their rights (“Suffragette” and “Freeheld”) and their lives (“Everest” and “The 33”) — and even each other (“Legend,” about two British gangsters who terrorized London in the ‘50s and ‘60s). The industry has pulled from real-life events as far back as the 1900s, and as recent as 2010, in stories told by A-list actors like Johnny Depp, Julianne Moore, Bryan Cranston, Rachel McAdams and Jake Gyllenhaal. Here’s our fall movie guide, featuring all of those movies and many more. Keep in mind that all release dates are subject to change, so check your local listings before heading to the theater.
By mid-July, music critics and commentators were bemoaning the lack of a clear slate of summer hits for 2015, and the situation never really seemed to improve.