So many of us grew up with Mattel toys—and now, as adults, that nostalgia is still part of us. Enter Gallery 1988, which holds annual art shows featuring works in all mediums based on Mattel’s most popular brands. Time to bring that childhood back.
It’s been a tumultuous few days in a galaxy far, far, away, but the man who has emerged to steer the Han Solo movie is already handling it like a champ.
Even before co-directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were fired from the Han Solo movie, they didn’t talk about the film in public a lot. One place they did was at last year’s Star Wars Celebration, and reading the quotes now is very weird.
Iden Versio, the star of EA’s upcoming game Star Wars Battlefront II, has had it rough. From the game trailer, we know the Imperial super soldier was on Endor when the Rebel Alliance blew up the second Death Star. And now, from the accompanying book, we know she saw the first Death Star blow up too.
The world of Star Wars was shook to the core Tuesday afternoon when Lucasfilm announced that Phil Lord and Chris Miller would no longer be directing the Han Solo standalone film. However, there’s already a very famous frontrunner: Ron Howard. (Updated below with more details about the reason for Lord and Miller’s…
Remember 10 years ago when director Michael Bay took the simply designed cartoon Transformers of the ‘80s and made them into ultra-complex, shiny beings with so many moving parts they made no sense? Well, what Bay did to the Transformers themselves is what he’s done to the fifth film in the franchise, The Last Knight.
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.
Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox left after three films. And now it seems like it’s possible the latest Transformers star, Mark Wahlberg, won’t even make it that far.
“My mom battled drug addiction and mental illness her entire life. She ultimately died of it,” Carrie Fisher’s daughter Billie Lourd told People this weekend in a compassionate statement about her mother’s passing. Fisher’s autopsy has, tragically, confirmed her struggle continued right up to her death.
So did Rian Johnson shoot footage that will be used in Episode IX? Or will we see an Episode IX tease in The Last Jedi? Right now, we can only guess. Movies should almost never be made assuming there’s a sequel coming—but in the rare cases where they are, communication between the filmmakers can be a major plus.
Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, or ASMR, is one of the internet’s favorite things. So you’d think marrying it to another popular thing, Star Wars, would be a perfect match. Well, it’s something, that’s for sure.
When NBC’s DC Comics office comedy Powerless was cancelled, there were still a few episodes that hadn’t yet aired. Many thought they’d remain that way, but because of a cameo by a certain iconic Bat-actor, one of them has now been posted online.
Remember last year when everyone was obsessed with Westworld? The HBO hit sparked our imaginations in all kinds of ways. However, with a long wait for season two, things have been quiet lately. That may start to change, however, as co-creator Jonathan Nolan took to Reddit to drop an early clue for season two.
The world can be a pretty crappy place, but one thing everyone agrees on is that making the dreams of sick kids come true is incredibly awesome. And that’s what recently happened for an eight-year-old Iowa boy named Braeden Rios.
A six-minute Spider-Man: Homecoming suite from Michael Giacchino’s score is now online, and it provides audio evidence we have lots to get excited about when Spidey comes back to the big screen.
No matter how invested you are, or aren’t, in Pixar’s Cars films, the latest entry creates a weirdly interesting narrative around the franchise. Imagine if, after Blade Runner, Harrison Ford made a rom-com-dram sequel where Rick Deckard was suddenly running a hotel. And then he made Blade Runner 2049, where he was…
After playing Batman on television, Adam West became more than just a mere actor. He was the definitive version of the character for almost half a century, and that made him truly larger than life. In honor of that talent and impact, the city of Los Angeles held a beautiful and fitting tribute Thursday night.
Kevin Smith, the man behind cult comedies Clerks, Mallrats, and Chasing Amy, is making a new movie. However, it’s not one of the many potential projects fans of his have been anticipating—it’s a mostly new horror idea called Killroy Was Here.
Figuring out the secrets behind the latest superhero movies is one of the internet’s favorite past times. This week though, one Guardians of the Galaxy fan took things to a whole new level and paid the price by taking an epic troll.
A college student is forced to live the same day over and over again. The catch is that it’s the day that she’s murdered, and she’s stuck in her loop until she figures out the identity of the masked person who keeps killing her. Welcome to Happy Death Day.