The movies of 2017 are a truly star-studded bunch. There’s Spider-Man, Batman, Wolverine, Thor and Wonder Woman. King Kong, the Gunslinger, Power Rangers. Luke Skywalker, Peter Quill and Jason Voorhees. The return of Rick Deckard, Jack Sparrow, and Optimus Prime. The list goes on and on—so to help you keep track of…
And if you think the Blade Runner-esque neon aesthetic is great, wait till you get a load of Paul Rudd’s mustache.
J.J. Abrams says the Portal movie is still happening. Another familiar face is confirmed for Arrow’s hundredth episode. Plus, new Doctor Strange footage, and Duncan Jones’ Mute is heading to Netflix. Spoilers Now!
Mute is the title of a movie director Duncan Jones has been talking about for some time. Since 2009, to be exact. Well, it turns out he’s finally going to start shooting the film next week—and in announcing so, he revealed a curious nugget.
Casting news just dropped for director Duncan Jones’ new science fiction thriller, and it’s two of our favorite fantastical leading men. Plus we’ve got a Mute synopsis. Deep breaths.
Mute is one of those passion films that directors want to make. Duncan Jones has been talking about it ever since his fantastic film Moon came out, and it looks like he’s still fighting to make it happen.
Speaking at the Legendary booth during San Diego Comic-Con this evening, director Duncan Jones revealed Warcraft is about 10 VFX shots from being complete, he’s confident it’s good, and would love to come back to direct a sequel. Maybe even two.
Sick of seeing all the ice bucket challenge videos on Facebook? Too bad, my friend, you're stuck with them until the end of time. That is, until Facebook creates the one option it needs most: A real mute button.
Joss Whedon says Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch are "Team Ultron." Get the first look at Jack Black playing R.L. Stine in Goosebumps. And what under-the-radar projects do Guillermo del Toro and Duncan Jones have in the pipeline? Plus, all the details of Once Upon a Time's take on Frozen and new Doctor Who set photos.
At some point in your life you're going to reach the stage where A) you can't stand to listen to the horrible drivel and jingles spewed forth by TV commercials and B) your failing eyesight and dexterity will make it nigh impossible to find the mute button on your remote before your show returns. So the Smash Mute…
Along with propagating inane hashtags like #NameYourDickAfterAMovie*, Twitter is also horribly ruthless when it comes to spoiling movies and TV shows. To prevent an unwelcome spoiler, you have to basically abstain from Twitter when a show like Breaking Bad comes on or when a big movie like The Dark Knight Rises comes…
Michele Bachmann. Sarah Palin. Justin Bieber. Donal Trump. Twilight. Two and a Half Men. What do all these things have in common? They annoy the soul out of me, yet they're always on TV. Thankfully, we can shut them up.
Gary Oldman reveals which villain he'll be sharing scenes with in The Dark Knight Rises. Captain America's Joe Johnston discusses the movie's debt to Raiders of the Lost Ark. Could a Justice League movie happen after all?
Weird Halloween costumes show a better look at Captain America's Red Skull. Justin Timberlake's Now has last-minute reshoots. Moon director Duncan Jones explains what's next after Source Code. A classic Doctor Who monster is photographed on set. Spoilers for everyone!
Duncan Jones has described Mute as inspired by Blade Runner, but how important is the futuristic setting to the film's plot. A script reviewer finds Mute was originally set in the modern day, and told a very similar story.
Bad news: Mute, Duncan Jones' Blade Runner-inspired follow-up to his dazzling Moon, is "mired in financing difficulties," according to The Age. But Jones says this is really a good sign:
Moon director Duncan Jones has released the first concept image for his next project, futuristic thriller Mute, giving us a foretaste of his Bladerunner-inspired Berlin.
Brain surgeons at Boston University have enabled a mute man to speak again by implanting an electrode into his brain. The electrode senses when he's thinking about vowels and reproduces them using a speech synthesizer.