If you’re like us, you can’t get enough pop culture art. New movies, old classics, cult oddities—we love it all, and a new show at Los Angeles’ Hero Complex Gallery combines all of that and more.
This. is. awesome. By day, Peter Kokis is in charge of security for a major company. In his off time, however, he’s a sculptor and cosplayer who has constructed some amazing costumes. His latest, the ExoSuit from Edge of Tomorrow, is constructed from random household items.
Even just a few years ago, it seemed like science fiction was an endangered species on television. But now, there’s a new wave of smart, ambitious science fiction coming to the small screen. And meanwhile, a lot of original SF has flopped at the movies.
The original Edge of Tomorrow is wonderful. A funny, exciting and inventive story from beginning to end. Its biggest problem is that no one really saw it. Financially, it was a disappointment, but the film’s writer thinks he has some ideas on how to change that.
Edge of Tomorrow is one of those movies we haven’t stopped thinking about since we saw it. It seems the same is true for Tom Cruise. In a new interview, the film’s star admitted he has an idea for a sequel, which he recently pitched to the film’s writer and director.
With the release of yet another time travel movie this week (Terminator Genisys), it’s time for us to look back at the great time travel movies of our past. Here are all the major time travel movies ever, ranked.
Jurassic World is now on track to beat the box office records of both Avengers films, and it has a shot at beating Avatar. This is terrible, awful news for anybody who loves movies. Not because Jurassic World is a horrible movie—it’s actually pretty fun. But because this means a lot more pandering sequels.
This new featurette from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences goes behind the epic final battle of Edge of Tomorrow. Intellectually we know there’s a lot of special effects in these movies, but it’s actually amazing how few things were actually filmed for this.
I just finished Edge of Tomorrow (AKA Live, Die, Repeat, an adaptation of All You Need Is Kill), and I wish I had seen it on the big screen. The movie had the makings of a potential blockbuster. It had Tom Cruise, big action sets, and an early summer release date. So why didn't I watch it? It came out so soon after…
There were a fair number of disappointments in this year's Oscar nominations, but they were followed by some pretty stellar wins at the Critics' Choice Awards. Use them to salve your wounds.
This was a weird year for movies. The box office was weak, but also, most films didn't deserve love or hate. They were just... okay. But the genre movies that did stand out were either brilliant experiments, or horrible misfires. Here are the 10 best and 10 worst science fiction and fantasy movies of 2014.
It never fails lately. We actually get a movie that's a new story, instead of a rehash or continuation of a venerable tale. And people immediately start piling on, pointing out all the stuff in it that's been done before. But just because something contains story elements we've seen before doesn't mean it can't be new.
The best part of Edge of Tomorrow isn't the mad action, great fights or wonderful chemistry between Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, it's the humor. And Tom Cruise delivers each ham-boned or cowardly line so well. And if you don't believe us, check out this supercut.
In hopes of getting some of you to buy the movie when it comes out on Blu-ray and DVD next week, Warner Bros. has decided to make its own supercut of all the times Tom Cruise's character dies in Edge of Tomorrow. If seeing Cruise get killed over and over again doesn't make you want to watch this movie, nothing will.
Jonny McCoy is a concept artist who just released a slew of work done for three of this year's huge releases: Thor: The Dark World, X-Men: Days of Future Past, and Edge of Tomorrow (big internationally). The art straddles a wide range of work, all of it awesome.
Tom Cruise's scifi movie Edge of Tomorrow was great, but it was doomed by terrible marketing. It was a box office bomb, not least because Warner Bros. changed its title from All You Need Is Kill to the ultra-generic Edge of Tomorrow — and now WB has apparently changed the title again.
Apparently, the early version of the Edge of Tomorrow script had an even more time-bending third act prepared than we actually got. And it was also a much darker time jump than before.
Edge of Tomorrow had some pretty amazing visuals, including aliens who proved to be a formidable enemy. But in designing the aliens that would kill Tom Cruise over and over, the designers started out with some pretty wild — and creepy — ideas.