This is intriguing news: Ethan Hawke has joined Luc Besson’s next film, an adaptation of the 1967 graphic novel Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.
The holidays are coming up, and there’s no better gift than piles of books. And luckily, there are tons of fantastic science fiction and fantasy books coming this month. Including Stephen King! Ethan Hawke! Plus time travel, space colonies, and tons more! Here are the books you can’t afford to miss in November.
In this trailer for Alejandro Amenábar's Regression features Emma Watson's Angela Gray recounting what could be a memory of something very wrong in her childhood. Ethan Hawke's Detective Bruce Kenner seems to not only believe her, but find evidence that something huge has happened.
Director Andrew Niccol is best known for creating futuristic dystopias, like Gattaca or In Time. But he's often at his best when he creates a dystopia that's set in a darker version of the "now," like Lord of War. Check out the trailer for Good Kill, where Niccol is holding up a dark mirror to the present.
The best thing about Ethan Hawke is every few years he makes some totally bizarro, low-budget scifi movie that is usually pretty clever, and always a little bit insane. The next one on Hawke's list: Predestination. And we have absolutely no idea what is happening in this movie.
They made a movie of Robert A. Heinlein's time-travel paradox story "All You Zombies," and now you can watch the first seven minutes of Predestination, right here. They showcase the newly-added subplot about a terrorist bomber, but also hint at just how this character's timeline gets so tangled.
The most famous story of time travel and predestination is getting a movie adaptation, starring Ethan Hawke. Robert A. Heinlein's "All You Zombies" features a guy whose very existence is a time paradox — but the movie looks like more of a gritty, noir-influenced thriller.
These clips from The Purge take you inside the one night of the year that humanity is allowed to wear masks and kill each other.
This is one terrifying premise: Lena Headey and Ethan Hawke star in the not-so-distant-future movie of The Purge, where all of America's problems have been solved thanks to the government's decision to legalize all crime for 12 hours once a year. Watch what happens to Hawke and his family during their night of The…
The horror movie Sinister has been creeping under the radar thus far, but a recent crop of good buzz and excellent word of mouth has our spidey senses tingling. Could this be the first good horror movie of the year? Some folks are calling it the new Insidious, which scared us pretty hard.
Len Wiseman's Total Recall movie has a secret part plotted out for Ethan Hawke. If you go to the movie's IMDB page Hawke is listed, but his character has no name. Suspicious! It looks like the secret might be out of the bag. UPDATED.
In the bloody vampire film Daybreakers, Ethan Hawke takes on the classic, but often dull, role: the self-hating vampire. Hawke explains how to keep the miserable undead interesting — and how a genre movie is like a punk rock song.
The entire gallery of our future vampire selves from Daybreakers has been released in sexy high quality. It's so real you can almost see the chunks of human flesh between their mangled teeth.
New images for futuristic vampire dystopia Daybreakers showcase Willem Dafoe's big sexy vamp-killing toy. Check out the images from the not so distant future, where human blood is served via soda shop.
The new poster for futuristic vampire film Daybreakers gives us a closer look at the creepy, Matrix-like blood farm, where the remnants of humanity provide fresh blood for the vampires who run the world.
A collector's edition of GATTACA will be out in two weeks, and it's getting the full Blu-ray treatment from Sony. Maybe this box-office flop will finally get the respect that it deserves, especially now that we're getting closer and closer to being able to build superhumans. Find out more about the strange and awesome…
Andrew Niccol's film Gattaca seems like it's been swept under the carpet and behind the radiator lately, which is surprising given the current obsession with stem cells, in utero fetal testing, and the human genome. In fact, there's a whole generation out there who haven't even seen this film. Breathe easy, because…
Must-see movies are futuristic classics that shouldn't be missed. Of course, not every must-see is perfect. That's why we've rated them 1-5 on the patented "crunchy goodness" scale.
Vitals: Genetic engineering is rampant, and economic status hinges on your genetic desirability. Ethan Hawke…