We all went into 10 Cloverfield Lane wondering how it connects to the original Cloverfield. We walked out of it analyzing the totally bonkers ending, and realizing the thriller is actually a kind of heroic origin story. io9 spoke with director Dan Trachtenberg, who explained why the ending was the whole point of the…
Eight years after its release, the mere mention of Bad Robot’s found footage film Cloverfield is still a lightning rod. Whether people love it or hate it, everyone has a strong opinion about it. We saw that play out recently when a seemingly unrelated film was revealed to be titled 10 Cloverfield Lane, and everyone…
Remember how Cloverfield came out of nowhere and then dumped a pile of viral marketing on us to keep interest in the then-mysterious movie high? Well, its sibling movie, 10 Cloverfield Lane, is operating in much the same way.
These days, you hear about movies years before they’re made, and we see trailers months before they hit theaters. So back in 2007, when Bad Robot released a trailer for a monster movie called Cloverfield without any fanfare, it was a happening. And they just did it again.
J.J. Abrams' production company Bad Robot is secretly working away on a Thomas Edison biopic. But will it show him electrocuting an elephant?
It's official: Stephen King's 11/22/63, about a man who is able to travel back in time and attempts to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, is going to become a series. But instead of coming to a TV set near you, the series will stream on Hulu.
Last month this strange little black and white video, titled Stranger, was released from Bad Robot. But like the main character, its lips were stitched shut as to what this whole thing was actually about. Thankfully, the second trailer has finally revealed what the secret behind this mystery.
Looks like J.J. Abrams is back to his old tricks, plying us with viral marketing that's shrouded in mystery. His Bad Robot studio just dumped this black-and-white teaser that reminds us of a modern day The Crow. Is it for a movie? A TV series? A webseries? We have no idea.
One of our most highly anticipated TV shows coming this fall is Believe, the Alfonso Cuarón-scripted series about a young girl with remarkable powers. Now it appears that the entire pilot script has popped up online.
Yeah, there's Lost and Star Trek art as well. But the new Bad Robot art show at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles is mostly notable for some incredibly sweet Fringe fan art, including an Astrid art print that you'll be dying to own. Plus Super-8 and Cloverfield. Check out some of our favorites below.
There are so many tantalizing glimpses of Star Trek Into Darkness in this 18-minute video about the post-production process at Bad Robot, J.J. Abrams' production studio. You can glimpse a couple of space action shots featuring the Enterprise, as well as a few snippets of concept art on people's screens. And there's a…
A new app lets you turn your iPhone (or other i-device) into an old-school Super 8 camera. And it's chock full of hints for J.J. Abrams new movie Super 8. It's part tie-in app, part viral marketing, part movie-making tool.
It's been a long time since we've seen any footage of Ruairi Robinson's dancing murderous android, until now. The first teaser trailer is out, with a new name, a new look and that kid from Where The Wild Things Are.
J.J. Abrams' latest movie could easily give America's teens a massive sexual complex. The film is based around the make-out party game "7 Minutes in Heaven." But in this movie, when the teens are done, they get a macabre surprise.
J.J. Abrams and his production company Bad Robot recently announced that they would produce a movie version of Boilerplate: History's Mechanical Marvel, Paul Guinan and Anina Bennett's 2009 graphic novel that follows the adventures of mankind's first robot.