Boston Dynamics doesn’t hold the market for robots. Disney, with its theme ark attractions, have been building animatronic characters with robotic bodies since the 1960s. The latest evolution has been built especially for the new Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge attraction at Disneyland.
Martin Scorsese has turned to Netflix to distribute his long planned movie about a mob hitman asked to take care of Jimmy Hoffa; it’s based on Charles Brandt’s I Heard You Paint Houses. The cast is a group of actors that have made their careers playing goodfellas. This is a genre fan’s dream.
This is not Guillermo Del Toro’s Hellboy. For starters: it’s rated R. It has the mouth and the extra violence to go with it – as this new red band trailer shows.
Chris Claremont’s classic is finally coming to the screen – whether or not it gets the treatment it deserves is up to you to decide. A new trailer has been released that shows Jean Grey’s growing power…
The first trailer for Pokemon: Detective Pikachu was an introduction to the universe and the new CG look of the beloved characters. The latest digs into the story with action, goofy jokes, and pocket monsters doing what pocket monsters do.
A new sizzle reel that details new movies, documentaries, and series has arrived – plus a teaser trailer for a His Dark Materials limited series. The programming execs at HBO have been very busy.
This news will be either totally awesome (likely) or something you know nothing about, depending on what year you were born.
I have no idea what’s going on here or why it’s happening – what I do know is that it’s slightly terrifying.
The classic series of mystery, twists, and psychological thrills returns to the small screen this April. The first trailer gives a glimpse at new stories that would fit in with the classics – with modern twists and a lot of great actors.
Some of the world’s biggest martial arts stars have joined up for Triple Threat – a fast paced thriller that pits mercenaries against assassins. If you’re an action movie fan, you’ll want to check out this explosive trailer.
This week has been filled with news of cancelations, new show announcements, and trailers for up and coming projects. Take a look at what the streaming service has in store for subscribers – and what’s going away.
Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s dark comedy about a demon and an angel try to fend off the apocalypse is coming to Amazon in May with a newly announced devil.