Samurais, guitars, knights, magic—there’s so much cool in the new trailer for Kubo and the Two Strings. The latest film from the team at Laika (Coraline, ParaNorman) opens in August, and with each subsequent look, this movie just gets more and more exciting.
Well, that’s an enticing array of names. Netflix and David Fincher—who’ve already made magic with House of Cards—are adding Charlize Theron to the mix for drama series Mindhunter, which is based on the true-crime classic by legendary FBI profiler John Douglas.
When you say “stop-motion animation” a very specific aesthetic comes to mind. It’s not a bad thing, it’s just how the art form looks. Well, LAIKA has taken a step beyond that with its latest film, Kubo and the Two Strings. The fantasy, samurai-adventure film which hits theaters August 19 doesn’t really look like…
You may not know LAIKA by name, but you probably know their movies. They did the stop-motion animated films Coraline, ParaNorman and The Boxtrolls and their latest film, Kubo And The Two Strings, is about to be unveiled to the world.
The very first character posters from the sequel-turned-prequel to 2012’s Snow White and the Huntsman have arrived. And with Emily Blunt, Jessica Chastain, and Charlize Theron in their most fabulous looks, it will at least look great if nothing else.
This year’s surprise hit Mad Max: Fury Road may have had Max’s name in the title, but few would say it was his movie. Instead, most people walked out raving about Imperator Furiosa. Unfortunately, that won’t be the case for the sequel.
Mad Max: Fury Road is now available for digital download and will be on Blu-ray next week. So this is usually when a ton of additional information about a film is uncovered. Case in point, some images from an “Art Of” book reveal writer/director George Miller had more to the story of Furiosa.
Guess what’s got my large intestine in a septic knot today, MANmerica? The extreme pussification and dude-slicing feminism that has taken Mad Max: Fury Road—a movie that should have been about two greased up male torsos in a UFC fight on the back of on a loud motorcycle—into a crotch-kicking misandrist fantasy…
Look, I know, I know, that The Huntsman has all the hallmarks of a train wreck. The story of its production is Gordian in its knotness. Rather than slice the thing in half, the movie's gone with a strategy of "hiring all the best women they can." The latest person joining the cast? Jessica Chastain.
The massively troubled follow-up to 2012's Snow White and the Huntsman has been dealt another blow: It's lost Frank Darabont as a director. But at least they've got plans for a new villain that might inject life into this thing once again.
This is a nice exercise in film editing, and in comparing the new Mad Max movie to its predecessors. Youtube user Mad Max Dedication uses footage from Mad Max II that matches footage in the Fury Road teaser from ComicCon to make a trailer for The Road Warrior that looks really great.
Yesterday we saw the premiere of both Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron in their full Mad Max: Fury Road gear. Today we get to see them interact with their dusty, mutant survivors, and in the future, there is no ChapStick.
Here is the first "official" look at Mad Max: Fury Road. We're not saying Tom Hardy's pants appear to have a penis stitched across the crotch, but Tom Hardy's pants totally have a penis sewn into the crotch.
Because that's what may be coming, soon enough. Cruise is apparently attached to star in Our Name is Adam, which Deadline describes as "a Back To The Future-style tale in which Cruise goes back in time and meets his former self." (It's not clear if some other actor would play the young Cruise, or if Cruise would play…
A new batch of deranged images from the set of Mad Max: Fury Road reveal a fleet of killing machines, wacky skin mask fashion, and potential nemeses. We're not sure, but we do know that this Mad Max is going to be a lot different from its predecessors, just in terms of special effects and crazy new characters alone. …
We've got three great clips from director Rupert Sanders' Snow White and the Huntsman that showcase a whole bunch of gothic magic and Charlize Theron yelling her head off at Chris Hemsworth. Plus, a bit of Kristen Stewart screaming at a big old woodland troll. We had no idea there would be this much yelling! Snow…
We've got a big batch of Prometheus stills to analyze! First up, it looks like this is the very first picture of life outside of the good ship Prometheus. Check out Charlize Theron with a big old stick up her rear while hanging out in some sort of 1970s-channeling futuristic waiting room. Note that stiff posture is…
Get a detailed look at Charlize Theron's Evil Queen's throne-room as she rips out one of her poor subject's hearts. Why isn't this movie called BAD ASS EVIL QUEEN, again?
If you've seen the spooky dark magic trailers for Snow White and the Huntsman, then you too might think that Snow White will be eclipsed by the awesome Evil Queen's (Charlize Theron) kick-ass soul-sucking and milk-bathing.