All the rumors you’ve heard in the past few months are true. Fox has set Simon Kinberg to make his directorial debut with 2018's X-Men: Dark Phoenix, which will return much of the cast from 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse—and possibly add an Oscar nominee too.
Here’s a sentence I’m just incredibly sad to type: Alien: Covenant is bad.
What happened after Prometheus? How does that lead into Alien: Covenant? We won’t know for sure until the new film opens on May 19 but a new short film gives us a pretty good idea.
It’s obvious that we’re all excited about Alien: Covenant. Every new little piece of footage or information just elevates that excitement, and at CinemaCon 2017, it happened again. Fox showed a clip that featured destruction and death on a level that’s rather rare, even for the violent Alien franchise.
Well, this is a nice surprise. Wednesday night, a four-plus minute prologue to Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant came online.
The first photo of the full Alien Covenant crew was revealed Tuesday, with the news that a teaser will be seen during Wednesday’s episode of Legion. Which is great, but we wanted to break down this photo a bit more.
In a new interview, Michael Fassbender spoke for us all. When asked if he’d be coming back to the X-Men franchise, he said, “I don’t know, to be honest. I haven’t made any sort of decision on it because I have no idea what’s happening next with the franchise, to be honest.” You said it, Magneto.
Soon, the world of acting will be divided among those who’ve appeared in a Star Wars movie and those who had the chance but weren’t picked/were too busy/just flubbed the audition. And no, there won’t be a third group of people who never tried out. Everyone will be considered and only the few chosen will be invited.
Fox’s X-Men universe is in trouble and Fox knows it. Its bona fide star, Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, is done after Logan. The last X-Men movie made much less than the one before it. And Deadpool just lost its director.
In a new interview, Michael Fassbender confirmed details about what he’s up to in Alien: Covenant. And despite his claims that it’s all he’s allowed to say, it’s still pretty interesting.
In an interview on BBC Radio 2, Michael Fassbender gave a name to the creatures that will, we hope, bursting out of his chest in the newest Alien movie.
When you think of Assassin’s Creed, a very specific image comes to mind. A cloaked assassin, running and jumping across a vast European city, right? In a new clip revealed at E3 in Los Angeles, you can see just how it’s being accomplished in the movie.
We’ve gotten a few tidbits about what to expect from Ridley Scott’s Prometheus sequel, Alien: Covenant. The (cryptic) plot summary’s been out for awhile, along with the cast list, including Katherine Waterston as the lead. And now Prometheus’ only returnee, Michael Fassbender, has offered up some details on the film’s…
Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s most thrilling—and oft-quoted—plays, and it’s been turned into some really insane movies over the years. It’s a classic story of a good man who gets tempted with a promise of greatness. But the new film version delivers on the horror, but not on that operatic arc.
Last week, director Ridley Scott let it slip that the sequel to Prometheus was now going to be called Alien: Covenant. 20th Century Fox made that official Monday morning with a new logo and, most curiously, a very confusing plot synopsis.
The movie Steve Jobs bombed at the box office, making a mere $7.3 million. Have we officially reached Jobs overload?
Steve Jobs is shaping up to be one hell of a biopic! Here’s the latest look at Micahel Fassbender doing his very best megalomaniacal technologist.
After years of delays and false starts, the Assassin’s Creed movie is finally happening and there’s visual evidence. That’s Michael Fassbender as Callum Lynch, the star of the film and a brand new character, so as to not mess with the history of the video games series.
While the first Prometheus definitely opened the door to a sequel, very few walked out actually thinking it was going to happen. The 2012 film was a middling financial and critical success so though there was talk of a follow-up, it seemed likely the project would fade away and die. It has now risen from the dead.
Sure we’ve had some some brief clips, but this is our first proper look at Justin Kurzel’s adaptation of Macbeth in action. Gaze upon lavish battle scenes! Rejoice at the age-old tale of vengeance and madness, told anew! Marvel at the myriad levels of Scottish accents! Oh my.