Duncan Jones just posted a tease on his Twitter about his previously revealed comic book movie—and it’s enough of a tease that we’re pretty sure we know what it is.
Duncan Jones is heading to the world of comics for his next film. Joaquin Phoenix talks about the long road to his Joker origin movie. Capcom wants to bring Monster Hunter to the world of animation. Plus, a look at young Newt Scamander in The Crimes of Grindelwald, and Legends of Tomorrow heads to the ‘60s. Behold,…
On the surface, Duncan Jones’ new movie Mute is a singular thing. It’s a movie with its own characters, setting, and story. But when you’re watching it, you might notice something weird: A link to one of Jones’ other movies. And that was very much on purpose.
A scifi tale by virtue of its setting, but an old-school film noir at heart thanks to its story, Mute is a puzzle with eccentric pieces that eventually all fit together—perhaps a bit too neatly, given its fondness for jagged edges. But its love of sleazy neon and some unusual themes do much to make up for its…
There are two huge scifi movies coming from fan favorite directors this weekend. One you’ll have to head to theaters to see: Alex Garland’s Annihilation. The other—the long-awaited, highly-anticipated Mute, directed by Duncan Jones—is arriving on Netflix.
Filmmaker Duncan Jones has been teasing fans about his passion project, Mute, for years. Well today, right now in fact, you can finally watch its trailer.
Mute, Duncan Jones’s long-awaited followup to Moon, is a moody take on a futuristic Berlin. And now we can see it in motion.
Source Code keeps you guessing as to what kind of movie it is until you’re halfway through it, and that is just one of the things that makes it wonderful and heartbreaking.
And if you think the Blade Runner-esque neon aesthetic is great, wait till you get a load of Paul Rudd’s mustache.
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.
Duncan Jones’ Warcraft was not a success in the United States—based on a reported $160 million budget, it made only $47 million here. Internationally, however, it grossed almost 10 times that. This leads us to two questions: what happened and what’s next ?
As much as Duncan Jones’ Warcraft movie tries to be a faithful adaptation of the popular game series, fans surely noticed some massive, massive differences between the two. The paths of many popular characters changed, stories pivoted in unexpected ways, and cities literally shifted. To make sense of it all, we went…
There’s a reason why the Warcraft franchise eventually became defined by the sequel World of Warcraft. It’s because Blizzard Entertainment, the makers of the game, had thoroughly crafted a story of incredible scale and proportions—an entire world built on generations of characters, conflicts, and big freaking weapons.…
Like any niche of fandom, the Warcraft faithful love studying new trailers and footage to find clues about what the upcoming movie might hold. In addition to some awesome footage of how Warcraft was made, this latest featurette has some very interesting shots for fans to puzzle over.
Watch two seconds from Warcraft and it’s obvious that visual effects are essential to its existence. Virtually every shot contains some kind of digital element, making it a fantasy in every sense of the word. So to keep the movie grounded, director Duncan Jones told the team at Industrial Light and Magic there would…
A new international trailer for Warcraft has popped up online, finally showing us some magic that will be showcased in the movie.
It’s been a while since we last saw a full trailer for Duncan Jones’ Warcraft movie, but this new TV spot includes more Orcs and Humans than you can shake a stick at, and then Dwarves, magic, and more as well!
Warcraft is hitting theaters six months from now, but the first TV spot for the film has just hit the web, showing off some new footage of the anticipated Duncan Jones movie.
We all thought it. We watched the first Warcraft trailer and thought, “Oh no, that’s a lot of CGI.” Immediately, the nightmare scenario popped into our heads: the possibility that this amazing video game had been turned into a sterile mess, without a shred of drama or humanity.
In Gavin Rothery’s new short film, The Last Man, an anonymous soldier is awoken from hibernation, only to discover that the world he knew is gone. The film is a haunting, post-apocalyptic look at what will drive him forward.