This is far from a guarantee of a reboot. But if anybody with the purse strings is interested, the material’s definitely there.
With everything from Avengers: Infinity War and The Last Jedi footage to news about massive Disney theme park expansions, last weekend’s D23 Expo basically had it all. But there so many trailers, announcements, and reveals, it was hard to keep up with all the House of Mouse’s latest developments. Lucky for you, we’ve…
Soon after showing an incredible Avengers: Infinity War clip, Marvel unveiled who was lurking under those black sheets next to Thanos at their booth on the floor at the D23 Expo: it’s the Black Order. But first, as an added bonus, the Infinity Gauntlet itself also made an appearance.
It’s been a tumultuous few weeks behind the scenes of the upcoming Batman film, but now it’s official. Warner Bros. announced that Matt Reeves, the director of Cloverfield, Let Me In, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and this summer’s War for the Planet of the Apes, is directing a standalone Batman film.
The first trailer is out for Wish Upon, a supernatural horror film that actually looks pretty promising. This heroine isn’t just some girl fleeing for her life, she’s a selfish dick who gets a lot of people killed. But it’s all good, because yay wishes!
Whether or not you’ve seen The Hateful Eight, owning it for $5 is just something you should do. The bloody and ruthless Quinten Tarantino Western is a great addition to any movie library.
Like many of us who are suffering from Post Election Stress Disorder, I went to the movies this week and saw Arrival, the new sci-fi Oscar contender starring Amy Adams. If you haven’t seen it, stop reading right now and go check it out.
It’s been a minute since we’ve had a truly bonkers horror noir—think Se7en or Fallen—but paranormal procedural Solace looks like it has potential. Anthony Hopkins plays a psychic who helps FBI agent Jeffrey Dean Morgan track a serial killer (Colin Farrell) who is an even more powerful psychic.
Japan’s highest grossing film of 2015 is pretty silly. Yo-Kai Watch: The Movie, making its U.S. debut at a special Fathom Events theater showing this weekend, keeps the wacky humor of the television show rolling, even when the fate of the entire world is at stake.
In exactly one year from today, the long-awaited (by some) sequel to Blade Runner will finally premiere. To commemorate the occasion Warner Bros. has announced the official title and released the this first behind the scenes photo... neither of which are actually that exciting.
They haven’t quite combined into a Megazord quite yet, but this is our first fleeting glimpse at the prehistoric animal mechs the new teens with attitude will be stomping around in the new Power Rangers movie.
Last month, Edward Snowden’s lawyer told me that Oliver Stone’s new Snowden biopic “tells a true story.” After seeing it, I can confirm that it’s an accurate portrayal of the events leading up to and following the whistleblower leaking a trove of National Security Agency documents to journalists. It’s in there,…
Of course, Moana’s actual meeting with the demigod Maui is a bit more frustrating than it normally is in most mythic adventures. But holy crap, Auli’i Cravalho and Dwayne Johnson have such good chemistry as these characters.
Fox. Is making a movie. Set in the ‘70s. In which a young Stan Lee—not current Marvel movie cameo extraordinaire Stan Lee—stars. As a “Roger Moore as James Bond” style hero. With an alter ego. What the actual what is going on?
Looks like someone is doing some serious studying.
For everyone bitching that there isn’t enough Joker in Suicide Squad (yes, I’m mostly looking at you, Jared Leto), don’t panic, he’s got an entire music video. Unfortunately, it’s really boring.
There’s something exquisitely dreadful about scary little kids. Children aren’t supposed to be vicious killers—but they’re also not supposed to die young and lurch back from the grave with a vengeance. Horror movies, of course, can’t get enough of ’em. Here are 50 terrifying tykes that make us grateful that we didn’t…
This year marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. And to celebrate, some people have decided to kill him all over again. Here’s a guide to all the biggest Shakespeare-based projects in the works that seem specifically designed to frustrate practicers of Bardolatry everywhere.
Product placements and advertising in movies can be smooth, annoying, disturbing, and even ridiculous depending on how the filmmakers integrate well real life products into their work. Sometimes the result is a cheesy mess, but sometimes the product becomes as iconic as the movie.