Darren Aronofsky’s mother! is grueling and gruesome. It’s a deliberately pretentious art-house movie, cast with some of the biggest stars on the planet. It’s horrifying on many levels—and yet there’s something deeply admirable about it. Whatever the opposite of “crowd-pleaser” is, this movie is it.
This is what happens when you take too long. Someone beats you to the punch.
Your parents always said “Never talk to strangers.” But maybe they should’ve also said, “Don’t let them sleep in your house.” That seems to be the start of something very bad in Darren Aronofsky’s new movie mother!
All the rumors you’ve heard in the past few months are true. Fox has set Simon Kinberg to make his directorial debut with 2018's X-Men: Dark Phoenix, which will return much of the cast from 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse—and possibly add an Oscar nominee too.
Now that Passengers is out, there’s been a lot of talk of how the trailers and commercials hid what the film is about. It’s not just a film about two extremely attractive people stuck together on a spaceship—it’s about something much more sinister and uncomfortable.
You might expect a big budget science fiction movie, starring two of the most famous people on the planet, and due out on Christmas, to play it safe. But Passengers is more than just a movie about Jennifer Lawerence and Chris Pratt getting sexy in space. It actually tries to challenge you... for a little bit. Then it…
All movies go through a lot of changes before they hit the screen. There are rewrites, recastings, edits, studio notes—but one of the biggest changes that the upcoming scifi film Passengers went through is when the most famous and recognizable actress on the planet, Jennifer Lawrence, decided to join the project.
Passengers is basically a two-person disaster movie IN SPACE and every single moment of it looks designed to keep humans afraid of space travel forever.
Fox’s X-Men universe is in trouble and Fox knows it. Its bona fide star, Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, is done after Logan. The last X-Men movie made much less than the one before it. And Deadpool just lost its director.
Ryan Collins, the Pennsylvania man who pleaded guilty to a felony hacking charge earlier this year in connection with the 2014 celebrity nude photo leak known as “The Fappening,” has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison, authorities announced on Thursday.
Passengers tells the story of two people who mysteriously wake up from hibernation on a spaceship that still has 90 years left on its journey. From there, things go from bad to worse.
Summer is over. Fall is here. Winter is fast approaching. And still, we have yet to see a trailer for Sony’s Christmas scifi movie Passengers. This isn’t some small movie either. It stars Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt, plus the footage that was shown to exhibitors back in April looked amazing. The first poster has…
Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence fall in love in space aboard a maybe-doomed spacecraft in Passengers, written by Jon Spaihts (Prometheus, Doctor Strange) and directed by Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game). Look, you had us at Chris Pratt. All that other stuff is just gravy. Advance word on the film is fantastic—and…
In the second wave of X-Men movies, Jennifer Lawrence’s Mystique hasn’t really been the antagonist she is in the comics—hell, in Apocalypse she’s the one leading the next generation of Mutants into battle. Comics diehards have grumbled about this for a while, but they have a surprising little ally: Lawrence’s own…
Jennifer Lawrence shared a brand new clip from X-Men: Apocalypse on her Facebook page. It shows pretty much the full “mutant fight club” bit we’ve seen in trailers, where the young Nightcrawler presumably makes his debut.
When a studio decides to release a scifi movie during Christmas, they think it has both commercial and awards potential. Both certainly seem possible for Passengers, starring Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence. Sony Pictures debuted the first footage from the film at CinemaCon, and it looks amazing.
Hey, remember when Jennifer Lawrence said X-Men: Apocalypse was going to be her last X-Men film? Well, not so much anymore. She’s now “dying to come back” for another X-flick, which should be good news for every fan of cinema’s best-loved, practically naked blue shapshifter.
The new, and probably last, trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 is so good, you could close your eyes and it would still give you goosebumps.
A brand new, full trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 is finally here and wow, does it look like this franchise is going to finish with a bang. It’s action topped with action as Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) leads the revolution against the Capitol and President Snow.
Though the film is still in production, last week Comic-Con got the first official glimpse at Bryan Singer’s X-Men Apocalypse. And while that footage isn’t online yet, the first official photos now are, including Oscar Isaac as the tyrannical title villain Apocalypse.