There Could Be More Hunger Games and Twilight Movies in the Future

Karen Gillen talks Nebula’s mysterious new BFF in Infinity War. The Gifted recruits another Marvel mutant. There’s more rumors about the focus of Sony’s first Spidey spinoff, Silver and Black. Plus, new pictures from Inhumans, Seth McFarlane on The Orville’s influences, and a new look at Pennywise in It. Spoilers now!

New McDonald's Uniforms Promise to Usher in the Logan's Run Dystopia We've All Been Waiting For

Do the new McDonald’s uniforms remind you of anything? If you answered “every dystopian sci-fi movie ever,” you’re correct. To me, they invoke a very Logan’s Run future. But mandatory gray-on-gray with a dash of black is pretty much universally recognized as the standard uniform for bleakest of futures.

The Divergent Series Is the Ultimate Teen Dystopian Sugar Rush

Divergent and its sequels don’t make a whole lot of sense—but what they do have is a blend of wish-fulfillment, anarchic WTFery and actual social commentary that amounts to the Platonic ideal of “dystopia as cotton candy.” You will be in a sugar coma at the end of this film, but the sacrifice of your brain may not be…


Seriously, Hunger Games Marketing Department? Seriously?! 

So there’s a new The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part II trailer out today, and it’s fascinating. It’s fascinating because it’s awful, and it’s awful because—well, well, to explain it would be to spoil a major moment in the movie, but even just watching this trailer could spoil you! So unless you’ve read the books (or…

Has Filming A Movie And Its Sequel Back-to-Back Ever Had a Good Result?

James Cameron wants to film three sequels to his mega-hit Avatar, all in one go. This sounds like a hugely ambitious undertaking—but he’s not the first director to try this. There have been some disasters, but also a few triumphs. Here’s our complete history of people directing a movie and its sequel back-to-back.