Sitting down to watch The House with a Clock in Its Walls, you know exactly the movie you want to see. A fun, exciting, kind of scary but whimsical adventure with great visual effects, fun characters, jokes, chills, thrills—all of that. The actual film has some of those things, but not enough to make it truly worth…
The first trailer for The House With a Clock in Its Walls was... fine. Cool visuals, great cast, but tonally, it felt a bit awkward. Well, that’s gone in this second trailer, which ups the wish-fulfillment, fantasy, and adventure elements in a way that will get you very excited.
The latest film from the director of Hostel and Cabin Fever features a house so haunted, it has its own heart. However, despite Eli Roth’s reputation, this isn’t a gory horror movie. It’s produced by Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment, which means the scares are fun for the whole family!
If you thought we were still a few years away from human actors believably being replaced by digital replicas, we’re actually already there. Check out this behind-the-scenes look at Framestore’s work on Thor: Ragnarok’s visual effects to see how.
In Taika Waititi’s Thor: Ragnarok, there’s a moment when Hela runs her fingers through her helmed mane, creating luscious tendrils of might and power—inspiring nearly every cosplayer in the world to wonder, “Holy crap, how am I going to create that?” Now, one cosplayer has achieved the impossible, and is free to roam…
Few Marvel films have reimagined a character as radically as Thor: Ragnarok. Director Taika Waititi took the things fans already loved about the character, filtered them through a new visual palette and added more jokes than almost any other Marvel movie. The result is probably one of the most rewatchable films in the…
With Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie, Thor: Ragnarok has technically introduced the first canonically queer character to appear in the MCU, but because the only explicit nod to Valkyrie’s sexuality was ultimately cut from the film, her queerness remains almost entirely subtextual. It’s a bummer, but we can take solace in…
Cate Blanchett’s Hela is one of the highlights of Thor: Ragnarok—but apparently, the character could’ve had quite a different entry to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, because Hela was originally being considered for the second Thor film.
Thor: Ragnarok is the funniest Marvel movie to date. In fact, it may be the funniest superhero movie ever. From the first scene until the very last, it’s a non-stop cavalcade of jokes wrapped around an epic, sweeping space adventure. The whole thing will make you absolutely giddy.
So, in addition to International Women’s Day, Marvel has also decided it’s Thor: Ragnarok Wednesday. Earlier, Entertainment Weekly posted our first look at the film and now they’ve revealed even more photos, including the much, much anticipated first look at Jeff Goldblum’s cosmic lover of competition, the Grandmaster.
Terrence Malick has a documentary that is, of course, about the entire history and future of humankind. And, equally obviously, there’s a 40-minute version for IMAX narrated by Brad Pitt as well as a regular film version narrated by Cate Blanchett. No offense to Pitt, but we’d take the Blanchett version any day.
Tons and tons of rumors about the cast of the next Thor movie have been floating around for ages, but now Marvel has finally confirmed its cast list. While there’s a few expected faces on there, there’s one really big surprise: Holy Christ, Jeff Goldblum is in this movie.
Variety reports that Marvel is in talks with Cate Blanchett to be in Thor: Ragnarok. Which could be great, but which character do they have in mind?
Cate Blanchett is the first potential member of Mark Romanek's live-action Cinderella movie. Yes, we said motherfucking Mark Romanek! So yes, this could finally be the super-dark fairy tale we've all been waiting for... as long as Disney doesn't muck it up.
Teen-assassin movie Hanna from Atonement's Joe Wright has the goods: a Chemical Brothers score, gorgeous locations (perfect for Wright's long shot), immense talent, fairy-tale undertones, and action. And we've got a collection of clips that showcases each of these assets.
We've got five of the best tracks from The Chemical Brothers' score for Hanna, and a handful of violent stills. Hit play and get sucked into the mind of a child assassin for a few minutes of of your day.
The latest film from Joe Wright (Pride & Prejudice) ditches the English landscape for hand-to-teen combat, snapped necks and mysterious-assassin origin stories. Watch Saoirse Ronan murder a crop of thugs with her bare hands, in the first trailer for Hanna.
A bunch of new publicity photos came out for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull — and Cate Blanchett looks totally smoking hot as an evil Soviet agent. I'd had my doubts about her weird hairdo before, but seeing some of the close-up publicity shots has converted me to Cate's brand of Communism. Some of…