It’s been quite a few days for mega-producer Jason Blum. The man behind Paranormal Activity, Insidious, Split, Get Out, and many other horror hits is set to have the biggest opening of his career thanks to Halloween—but in an interview about the film, he made some bad remarks explaining why his Blumhouse Productions…
When you think of characters like Shrek, Thanos, Pikachu, or Hellboy, what’s the first thing you think of? How brightly colored they are, of course! So it’s almost a no-brainer for an artist to take various characters with matching colors and put them together in one work.
Alien ends with two survivors: Ellen Ripley, of course, and the cat, Jonesy. We spend almost all of the movie with Ripley but don’t get too up close and personal with her furry co-star. Until now, that is.
At first, this new clip from Sunday’s episode of Star Wars Resistance seems innocent enough. It’s Kaz and a new character, voiced by Elijah Wood, on speeder bikes racing toward a ring. Then, you read that sentence back. Elijah Wood is going after a ring! And he even tells Kaz that he can’t let him pass!
There was a time when The Walking Dead was the biggest thing on TV. That time has now passed. Sunday’s episode, “The Bridge,” had the lowest ratings in series history, beating the previous worst record set in season one.
Two fans of the Alien franchise took their maternity pictures to a whole other level. We just had to find out more.
For a character who is supposed to be incredibly fast, his movie is moving pretty damn slow. DC has been working on a solo Flash movie for years, with Justice League star Ezra Miller long set to play the title role. However, a new report suggests the film is further away than you may think.
The Starz show Counterpart is about a world that exists next to another, identical world. Well, almost. There’s the dimension we take to be the real one in addition to an alternate version where people look just like us, but have an entirely different agenda. When season two of the show kicks off, the main character,…
When you’re watching a Star Wars TV show or movie, it’s easy to think what’s happening on screen is the most important thing imaginable. What could be more important than defeating the Empire, becoming a Jedi, or crushing the First Order? Maybe nothing—but what you tend to forget is, while that may be important to…
If you were one of the people incredibly excited by the possibilities left open at the end of Iron Fist season two, we have some very bad news. Netflix just canceled the show, making it the first Marvel show to get the ax.
The Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas just opened its doors and revealed Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years, a massive gallery show featuring brand new posters spanning the first decade of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe begins in July with the release of the Spider-Man sequel, Spider-Man: Far From Home. It’s currently filming in New York, which means lots of rogue camera phones hanging around, and one caught something very, very cool.
About 10 to 15 years ago, I was waiting for a movie to start at San Diego Comic-Con and a familiar face popped up in one of the commercials. It was actor Dante Basco, selling Sprite (or Sprint maybe?) and someone in the crowd screamed “RU-FI” to which everyone. else. in. the. theater. replied “Ohhhhhhh!”
Have you ever wondered what Han Solo’s nose was experiencing when he said “What an incredible smell you’ve discovered” or “I thought they smelled bad on the outside”? Well, now you can discover those scents for yourself (along with several other disgusting odors) in the form of these new Star Wars candles.
It’s wild that an eighth Harry Potter story exists in the world and almost no one talks about it.
Marvel is going back to Wakanda and T’Challa won’t be the only leader taking the trip.
It seems like any time a major Hollywood film is announced, fans want Gareth Evans to direct it. Evans is known for making arguably two of the best action films ever, The Raid and The Raid 2, and yet, somehow, has yet to make one of those big studio movies everyone is so eager to see him do.
The second trailer for M. Night Shyamalan’s highly anticipated film, Glass, is here, and with it, the curtain has been pulled back just a little bit more on a film almost two decades in the making.
Sometimes there’s a movie on the horizon that just stands out from the rest. Maybe it’s a huge franchise, maybe it’s an anticipated sequel, or maybe it stars Kurt Russell as Santa Claus. And really, who can’t immediately get excited to see Kurt freaking Russell playing Santa Claus?
When Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Suspiria opens October 26, people will be talking a lot about the film’s many mysterious elements. One of them has already been put to bed, though, thanks to an article by the New York Times.