All weekend, everywhere I look online, people are hollering about mother!, Aronofsky’s latest phantasmagoric film about a poet, a house, and his preternaturally long-suffering wife.
Talking with some fans, Riker himself, Jonathan Frakes, who also took a turn in the director’s chair for an episode of Star Trek: Discovery, shared an interesting tidbit about the upcoming series.
Pennywise, for the uninitiated, is a trans-dimensional force of fear and pain that enjoys haunting children, personifying generational trauma, and hanging out in the form of a clown.
Filming for the third Avengers film wrapped in July, but not everyone involved got the same amount of access to the in-progress film. Some actors, like Sebastian Stan, didn’t even get to read the script.
We’re only weeks away from the October 6th premiere of the long-awaited Blade Runner sequel. Get a good look at the main cast with these international posters.
Fallow Time is a small story about the moments in an adventurer’s life that don’t often get commented on. The moments right before and right after a quest, when the adrenaline stops flowing and the monsters stop coming. When collects themselves, and just... rests.
We’ve already known that Channing Tatum would be planning an American spy with a hefty Southern accent in the new Kingsman movie, and now we can check out his introduction in a new clip.
Most news that comes out about the DC Extended Universe on film makes it sound a bit more messy than the relatively tidy and intricate Marvel Cinematic Universe. According to the Chris McKay, that might be the result of Warner Bros. focusing on something unique in the world of superhero movies. The directors.
Carl Rodd, the owner of the Fat Trout Trailer Park in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, has a sign on his door. It reads: Do not wake before 9am under any circumstances. When two FBI agents defy those instructions, he’s understandably dazed and angry. In a movie full of surreal terror, it’s a perfect moment precisely…
Poor Rocko. After his star turn in the ‘90s, not much has really changed for the poor, beleagured wallaby. Still hanging out with his old friends. Still navigating the surreal messiness of contemporary existence. At least now, thanks to Boom! Studios, he’ll get to do it all in comic book form.
Planned Parenthood serves over two million people, mostly women, every year, providing necessary reproductive and sexual health care services to populations that dearly need them. This comics anthology aims to help.
Len Wein, the comic book writer and editor who co-created DC’s Swamp Thing and edited Watchmen, has passed away.
After a pretty nasty controversy, Kermit the Frog got a new voice performer in the form of Matt Vogel. We’ve heard what Vogel sounds like, but now we can check out the real test: how well can Vogel sing?
Glittering lights. Neon decay. The overwhelming sense of being both overcrowded and half replaced by broken-down machines. The visionary design of futuristic Los Angeles is a centerpiece of Blade Runner’s lasting appeal. But this new clip from the sequel takes us away of the familiar skyscrapers.
It’s getting close, now. On September 24th, the first new Star Trek series in years will debut. Star Trek Discovery is said to take place in the Prime timeline, setting it in the same continuity as everything else in the Trek-verse save the Abrams movies. Which means it’s a good time for a history lesson.
Margot Robbie, who played Harley Quinn’s baseball bat-wielding live action debut in Suicide Squad, is pretty sure she knows when she’ll be filming more material as the character. But she’s much less sure about what movie it’ll be for.
Stephen King’s It is an upsetting novel. Sometimes for the wrong reasons. Most notably, there’s the icky and inexplicable sex scene between the boys of the Loser’s Club and their one female cohort, Bev. It’s a gross, gross scene, and a lot of people hate it, which means it gets brought up every time It gets discussed.
Studio Ghibli has, as a whole, one of the most impressive and beautiful libraries of any film studio in history. In one montage, see how the studio’s ideas and style have taken shape over its history.
Thanks to her starring role in Wonder Woman, Gal Gadot has rocketed to the role of fandom icon. But if it weren’t for Charlize Theron being such an excellent actress, she might have gotten there a little sooner.
Welp, Colin Treverrow definitely isn’t directing the ninth film in the Skywalker saga, leaving a gap that Lucasfilm has yet to fill. In the meantime, this fake trailer lets us imagine what wonderful, terrible film future could await us.