In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Oscar Isaac described Denis Villeneuve’s Dune as “shocking, “nightmarish” and “visceral.

It’s just a wholly, wholly different thing. I couldn’t imagine anyone more suited for the tone of the original Frank Herbert novels than Denis. There are some things that are — for lack of a better word — nightmarish about what you see… There’s just this kind of brutalist element to it. It’s shocking. It’s scary. It’s very visceral. And I know that definitely between Denis and myself and Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson as the family unit, we really searched for the emotion of it. I’m beyond myself with excitement. I think it’s good to feel cool, unique, and special.


Mortal Kombat

Mortal Kombat is now scheduled for a January 15, 2021 release date. Until then, Ludi Lin has released three seconds of choreography from a fight between Liu Kang and Kabal to tide you over.


Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

There’s a tiny glimmer of a new shot of Leia in the latest countdown spot.

Elsewhere, a new Rise of Skywalker poster homages the original Revenge of the Jedi one sheet.



Robert Downey, Jr. directs CG animals with recognizable celebrity voices in the first teaser for Dolittle.

Doctor Who

Speaking to the Radio Times, Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole teased a new threat in the next season as one of Who’s scariest new monsters, and a practically-realized one to boot.

“There’s one that’s really scary,” said series star Mandip Gill. “The fear factor, it’s really there. And that was a monster that was actually there, so we didn’t have to lie this time.”

“I was proper shook,” added Cole.

Click through to the link to see the casts thought’s about returning monsters like the Cybermen and Judoon (spoilers: they think they’re also scary. Scares for all!).


Nancy Drew

Nancy Drew becomes a full-fledged ghostbuster when her series returns January 15.


Finally, Veronica goes to college in the trailer for “Varsity Blues, the January 22 return episode of Riverdale.

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