Well, spoilers be damned, now it’s out there. M. Night Shyamalan just announced via Twitter that his next movie is called Glass. It’s a sequel to Split and Unbreakable simultaneously and it’ll be in theaters January 18, 2019.
King Kong started his reign in 1933, but it didn’t last long. He was eventually overshadowed by Godzilla and a crowd of B-movie pretenders for decades, to the point where even Peter Jackson’s attempt to revive him in 2005 couldn’t help. But with Kong: Skull Island, director Jordan Vogt-Roberts has created an…
M. Night Shyamalan’s Split has been out for a little over a month in the U.S., so odds are if you haven’t seen it yet, you at least know how it ends. And if you do, you probably understand why Samuel L. Jackson’s comments on it are so noteworthy.
Thank the moviegoing public because Split is a hit. That means writer/director M. Night Shyamalan is already at work on the sequel and, in a new interview, he got into a few details of what that sequel could be. Also, he revealed an alternative ending to the film.
M. Night Shyamalan’s new movie, Split, is now in theaters and wow, is that a relief. It means that, for the first time since we saw the film in September, I can finally talk about the film’s incredible ending—and not only that, but discuss it with director M. Night Shyamalan himself, who explains the reasoning behind…
Several TV spots for Kong: Skull Island just came online and the main takeaway is: Kong is not alone on that island.
Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, John Goodman, and Samuel L. Jackson have a problem. They’re on Skull Island and don’t know they’re about to meet the Eighth Wonder of the World himself. But we do, and now we’ve gotten an even better look at him, because the new trailer for Kong: Skull Island is here.
Tim Burton’s latest film, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, is both a beneficiary and victim of its own ambition. The film takes place in a brand new, original, fascinating world that audiences will instantly fall in love with. But this world is so complex, the movie struggles to fit in a wholly satisfying…
Were you, for whatever reason, still waiting to get into Game of Thrones but have suddenly decided to jump in? Well, then, Samuel L. Jackson’s got a summary of pretty much everything you need to know about the series up to the most recent season, including the story, the characters, and the motherfucking dragons.
Movies need drama. This is a fact. No matter what the genre, if we’re always sure of the outcome, nothing matters. In The Legend of Tarzan, there’s not a moment where anything is in doubt. No one is superior to Tarzan. He’s the unstoppable, unbeatable Terminator of the jungle. He’s always going to win, the bad guys…
You can’t really blame Samuel L. Jackson for believing strongly that his Star Wars character didn’t really die. He didn’t go out in the most dignified manner.
Power trio Stephen King, John Cusack, and Samuel L. Jackson—who previously worked on 1408 together—reunited for Cell, an adaptation of King’s apocalyptic tale about a sinister cell phone signal that turns the afflicted into kill-crazy zombies. Tod Williams (Paranormal Activity 2) directs.
Sorry, William Shatner and Harrison Ford. There might be hundreds of action figures of Captain Kirk, Han Solo and Indiana Jones—but you don’t even rate a place in this particular action figure hall of fame. When it comes to playing the most different characters who got an action figure, the prize goes to some other…
When it comes to pop culture art, there’s a fine line between cute and annoying. Lots of artists turn characters or actors into non-threatening, sweet version of themselves but you can go too far. Jeff Victor doesn’t. And he tows that line by blending in a heft dose of nostalgia.
Mace Windu, a.k.a. Samuel L. Jackson, appeared on ABC to talk about his new movie The Hateful Eight and drop some serious shade on the The Force Awakens.
The first trailer for David Yates’ The Legend of Tarzan has some really great things going for it. Its cast, for one. The fact it’s self-aware of the myth behind Tarzan, two. But then there’s the avalanche of CG insanity which makes us scratch our heads.
Fifteen years ago, superhero movies were dead. Batman and Robin had all but killed them. We were two years away from Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man, five from Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins and eight from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So when audiences sat down for Unbreakable, no one was ready.
Want to hear someone finish the famously absent last line of Avengers: Age of Ultron? How about Mark Ruffalo doing a spot-on Columbo impression? Would Stellan Skarsgård creepily hitting on his student make you laugh? Well, the Avengers: Age of Ultron gag reel has all that and more.
Given he’s appeared in almost as many films as Gene Hackman has, it was only a matter of time before Hot Toys’ talented artists would give us a figure based on one of Samuel L. Jackson’s characters. And Nick Fury from Captain America: The Winter Soldier is as good as any.
Because everyone loves Pulp Fiction, CineFix followed up their original 9 things that people probably didn't know about Pulp Fiction with 7 more factoids. This time we find out the story about Samuel L. Jackson's hair, why Christopher Walken drank hot sauce behind the scenes and how Stanley Tucci is connected.