The biggest problem with The Dark Tower movie is that when it ends, you don’t feel the need to see more. Unlike the epic books that inspired it, the movie is streamlined to be one complete story. Hypothetically, this should be a good thing. But with The Dark Tower, that process removes any gravitas needed to make us…
Ever since a tweet of a very important prop was posted to Twitter last summer, fans have assumed that the upcoming Dark Tower movie is a sequel to the books. And now, the film’s director has confirmed that.
We got the first Dark Tower trailer today and it was a lot. So we, of course, picked it apart to figure out what we could about this seemingly complicated movie.
After what feels like ages, our first look at The Dark Tower is finally here—and it takes us into another world of death, destruction, and some very fancy gunwork from Idris Elba’s Roland the Gunslinger.
The first trailer for Stephen King’s The Dark Tower will be here tomorrow. And in anticipation, stars Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey just revealed the first two pieces of footage.
The Dark Tower will hit theaters in July but a trailer has yet to be released. Well, that changed at CinemaCon 2017 where Sony showed about four minutes from the film—a featurette leading into a trailer and an extended scene. Here’s what happened in the footage.
The wait for a film adaptation of Stephen King’s fantasy classics has been long. Today, news of a delay means that the wait will be longer, but only by a few months.
Next year, the Dark Tower movie is going to hit theaters—but a year later, it’ll have its very own companion TV show hitting the airwaves, featuring at least one of the the film’s major stars. And now we finally have some details—including the fact that the movie’s star Idris Elba will appear on the show as well.
Yesterday we got a look at Entertainment Weekly’s cover heralding The Dark Tower, the Stephen King adaptation starring Idris Elba as Roland the Gunslinger and Matthew McConaughey as the Man in Black, as well as the above peek at Elba. Now, a slew of new teaser images from Nikolaj Arcel’s film are up.
One of the biggest takeaways from the latest Star Trek Beyond trailer is that the crew of the Enterprise is in trouble. That’s because of Krall, a brand new villain played by Idris Elba, who has quite the bone to pick with the Federation.
The first photos of Idris Elba on the South African set of The Dark Tower have leaked, and they look great. Nikolaj Arcel (A Royal Affair) is directing the much-anticipated Stephen King adaptation, which stars Elba as the gunslinger and Matthew McConaughey as the man in black.
After spending what felt like forever in limbo, Stephen King’s Dark Tower is finally starting its film production—with Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey as the leads.
On Monday, actor Idris Elba will make his way to Westminster to address Parliament regarding the egregious lack of diversity on British television.
Fans have complained that the recent Star Trek movies don’t do enough to explore the philosophical issues that were at the heart of classic Trek. But Justin Lin, the director of Star Trek Beyond, told us the new movie is all about debating Starfleet’s philosophies.
Several months ago, our first look at the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens was a charity video by Omaze. Now, the same can be said about the third new Star Trek film, Star Trek Beyond.
Everyone's best friend, Netflix, has a problem. The big bad movie theaters of America refuse to screen the upcoming Idris Elba movie Beasts of No Nation—because Netflix owns it. Now we all have a problem, because we need as much Idris Elba on 30-foot silver screens as possible.
Who wants to see a drunk Edgar Allan Poe fight the devil? WE DO! WE DO! Beloved actor Idris Alba is about to bring that fantasy to life in a three-part movie series titled Poe Must Die. This is all the right kinds of crazy.
Idris Elba – the highly acclaimed, royalty-wooing actor known for his roles in The Wire, Luther, Pacific Rim, Thor, Prometheus, and your wildest fantasies – took to twitter this morning to address rumors that he will become the next James Bond, when Daniel Craig gives up the reigns to the role.
We all get attached to certain versions of characters, and when they get changed or updated, it can be annoying. So we end up debating whether Constantine needs to be bisexual, or whether Thor can be a woman. But sometimes, it just gets silly. Which update to a character were purists most needlessly upset by?