Joe Cornish – the director behind Attack the Block – is going medieval in his net movie. This first look reminds me of the gang of best friends against the world movies of the 1980s mashed with the magical worlds created in the early aughts, and a little bit of that Amblin feeling. Take a look…
The horror master is well known for writing the music for many of his movies. The new Halloween movie, out this week, is the first in canon film to get a Carpenter score since Halloween III in 1982. Two tracks from the soundtrack have been released ahead of the movie for your listening pleasure.
Production has begun on the live action Star Wars series, and the first official photos have made their way to the internet. Including a weapon you might recognize from an animated short from long, long ago.
The Hallmark channel is showing over 20 different sappy TV movies this year, as usual. If that’s not your bag, this holiday season brings some different titles to the big and small screen – one with Kurt Russel with a coiffed beard and another with singing zombies.
Crime is on the rise in Gotham. One of its citizen’s is able to take on the resurgence. Kate Kane is a trained fighter with a passion for justice that has some demons to shake before she can become the savior the city needs.
M. Night Shymalan brings back characters from Unbreakable and Split in his take on a comic book movie – that’s two decades in the making. More about the story is revealed in this new trailer.
The collectables company has re-vamped their original 1984 Gremlin body to produce this Ultimate edition. The accessories are movie accurate, and provide some totally goofy display options.
Creators confirmed at NYCC that Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance has no CG – all of the characters are hand made puppets modeled after the ones used in the 1982 movie.
Watch as Arthur Curry and Mera receive a message from Atlantis in the largest desert on Earth. There’s also never before seen footage in this extended sneak peek of the undersea kingdom, Black Manta, Queen Atlanna, and some frenetic action scenes.
The latest project from Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh, and Philippa Boyens – the team behind the LoTR trilogy – takes audiences to an entirely new universe where massive cities roll from place to place, devour smaller towns and steal their resources.
The con was held over the weekend. It included a bunch of panels, and first looks at The Boys, American Gods, Good Omens, Nighflyers, and more. Check out what’s coming up this fall and next year in this round up.
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