By now, it’s no secret there are lots of winks and nods to Star Wars Rebels in Rogue One. Nor is it a secret that when the animated show returns January 7, insurgent Saw Gerrera will return as well, once again played by Forest Whitaker.
Forest Whitaker is having a good late 2016. He’s soon to appear in one of the best films of the year, Arrival, and he’ll follow that by playing Saw Gerrera in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Now, in addition to that, he’s just been cast in Marvel’s Black Panther, directed by Ryan Coogler.
We got about a minute of footage last week, and now the full trailer for the movie adaptation of Ted Chiang’s “Story Of Your Life” is here. And it is tense.
The first trailer from Arrival, Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of the Ted Chiang short story Story Of Your Life is finally here. It looks like an Oscar contender wrapped in a high-concept blockbuster package, which is a way to say it looks great.
While the first Rogue One trailer revealed Felicity Jones was playing a character named Jyn Erso, all the other characters remained nameless, forcing us to refer to them by their actors’ names. No longer!
A linguist and a theoretical physicist are the stars of the latest movie from the director of Sicario and the upcoming Blade Runner 2. The movie is Story Of Your Life, based on the short story by Ted Chiang, and this Amy Adams/Jeremy Renner movie looks awesome.
In The Shack, the father of a murdered daughter is summoned via letter from God back to the spot where the terrible deed occurred. And now it's going to be a movie — but first, some questions.
We've been waiting for news on this film forever, and finally the trailer has been released. The Experiment recreates the infamous Stanford prison experiment in 1971, documenting what happens when college students are transformed into prisoners and prison guards.
In Repo Men's dystopian future, health care has been so privatized, you can buy robotic organs on credit. But if you miss a payment, you're dead. So how much of this gory film is precautionary? Plenty, according to the cast.
In the future, you'll be able to pay for new organs on credit, just like decorating your home. But what happens when you can't payoff the new body parts you've been enjoying? That's the premise of not one but two new films coming out next year. And one of them is a musical. Only in Hollywood.