The international version of the Hidden Figures trailer focuses less on just the three women at its center—Katherine Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer) and Mary Jackson (Janelle Monae)—and more on the way other people react to them.
Look, railing against Gotham for its absolute refusal to portray any of its characters in a consistent way is a fool’s errand. But executive producer Ken Woodruff’s explanation of why the show is turning Poison Ivy from a kid to a voluptuous, seductive 20-something—through what I believe is the magical power of…
In these uncertain times, it’s nice to have constants in our lives, whether they be friends, family, or Gotham. It’s genuinely comforting to me to know that the show, which is ostensibly about the eventual rise of Batman, is still hard at work making sure it is getting the Batman mythos as relentlessly wrong as…
The box office trends of the last few years have made abundantly clear that would-be summer blockbusters are reliant on China for their profits. And one way these movies try to get the upper hand in that market is by putting a famous Chinese face in the movie, usually or about two seconds. China has noticed.
Fox is making an animated feature that sounds just perfect—an adaptation of Jennifer Weiner’s children’s book The Littlest Bigfoot, about two 12-year-olds who feel like they don’t belong in their worlds but do love each other. The best friends are one human and one Bigfoot.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show’s legions of fans know that the iconic cult movie opens with a giant pair of disembodied lips crooning the theme song, “Science Fiction/Double Feature.” But the first five minutes of Fox’s upcoming production of the musical have arrived, and it turns out its opening is a lot more literal.
Fox. Is making a movie. Set in the ‘70s. In which a young Stan Lee—not current Marvel movie cameo extraordinaire Stan Lee—stars. As a “Roger Moore as James Bond” style hero. With an alter ego. What the actual what is going on?
Oh really, Bruno Heller, showrunner of the hit Fox television show/Sisyphean punishment simulator Gotham? Superheroes don’t work well on TV? Do go on.
Speaking at the Edinburgh Television festival, Bryan Singer said that Legion and the other, unnamed X-Men-based TV show “will relate to future X-Men movies.” This might not work as well as he’s hoping.
It’s almost September, which means it’s almost time to pack the kids off to school, get out the coats (oh god, please let this heat finally recede), and get ready for the new TV season to begin. Some of these shows even manage without time travel!
Clue, the shining example that all board game movies (if they have to exist at all) should strive to emulate, is getting a remake.
There are a lot of reasons the 2015 version of Fantastic Four failed. But one of them might have been cutting all of the elements of the original story idea’s massive and completely bonkers battles.
Gotham is one of those shows that’s aged way too fast for its own good, and I honestly don’t know how much longer we have until Fox sends it to a farm upstate.
Excellent news for fans of very good things: The Lumberjanes movie is going forward, with Emily Carmichael tapped to direct the film at Fox.
Despite a frankly savage response to Fantasic Four last year—and even with his colleagues in the latest take on Marvel’s first family moving on to play roles in superhero franchises that aren’t currently actively on fire—Miles Teller is at least open to the idea of returning to the role of Reed Richards.
The Friday the 13th reboot gets a new director. Get a look at Jeremy Renner and Amy Adam’s new scifi film Arrival. Dana Walden teases the upcoming Fox/Marvel mutant TV show. Plus, Chloe Bennet on Ghost Rider’s arrival in Agents of SHIELD, and new footage from Lucifer and Gotham. Spoilers Now!
Look, the X-Files revival season was incredibly rocky. It had one high, a couple of lows, and mostly some mediocre middles. It was a cash grab based on nostalgia and, yeah, we watched it. But don’t try to defend it.
Ichabod Crane (and the rest of humanity) may be reeling from the loss of his Witness, but at least he’s got a new partner to hunt the forces of evil with. True Blood actress Janina Gavankar has signed on to join Sleepy Hollow as its resident Dana Scully in season 4.
Get your dance moves in order—you know the ones—because here’s our best look yet at Fox’s new production of the Rocky Horror Picture Show It’s got more Frank-N-Furter, more Time Warp, and yes, even a teeny tiny bit of Tim Curry.