Get a tiny, tiny first look at Hela in Thor Ragnarok. The Flash casts a new take on a classic comic book villain. American Horror Story offers even more nebulous teases about its next season. Agents of SHIELD gives a first look at SHIELD’s new director. Plus, new stills from Doctor Strange, and a new Morgan clip.…
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I don’t think we’re supposed to be terrified of the latest Tim Burton movie, adapted from the book by Ransom Riggs. I just know that this weird cover of “New World” is paired with creepy kids and an even creepier Eva Green.
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For all that individual stills of the titular children have been creepy, this first trailer for Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children has a sense of wonder that is charming as all get out. The pairing of this story and Tim Burton’s visuals is fabulous.
It could be that combining Tim Burton’s sensibility with weird children is just yielding the creepiest possible results, but the images we’re getting from Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children are honestly terrifying.
Entertainment Weekly has the first images from Tim Burton’s Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, and they are, as one would expect, completely creepy.
Is there anyway the movies of 2016 could live up to 2015? 2015 had Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Terminator and The Avengers. 2016 has Batman, Superman, Deadpool and even more Star Wars. But that’s just the beginning of what’s a super exciting year at the movies.
A new rumor teases a major turning point in The Force Awakens. Rachel McAdams may be in Doctor Strange after all. Ron Perlman discusses his desire to make Hellboy 3. The Flash and Arrow will set up a new character heading to Legends of Tomorrow. Plus, new looks at Batman v. Superman and Supergirl. So many Spoilers!
Alex Winter shares more details about Bill and Ted 3. Tons of info from the season premiere of The Walking Dead, including what's up at Terminus. Simon Kinberg talks the "darkness" of Star Wars Rebels. Plus Frankenstein, Patient Zero, Outlander, Agents of SHIELD and Doctor Who. Spoilers now!
Benedict Cumberbatch and Zack Snyder both add to Star Wars speculation, while Joss Whedon teases a character for Avengers: Age of Ultron. Plus, details about the cast of characters populating American Horror Story: Freakshow. Get a look at concept art for Sleepy Hollow's villains. And USA picks up a show set in…
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In Ransom Riggs' novel Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, a somewhat sullen American teenager goes looking for his grandfather's past. Expecting to find elderly friends of the family, he instead uncovers an extremely unusual legacy.