Back in March, Maze Runner star Dylan O’Brien was seriously injured while performing a stunt for the next installment of the series, The Death Cure, delaying the film. While they wait for him to recover, Fox has announced that the film’s release will be moved to January 12th, 2018.
You absolutely can’t fault Independence Day: Resurgence for not knowing their audience. What do we expect in an Independence Day film? Famous buildings being destroyed. What do they give us in the new posters? Famous buildings being destroyed.
The idea of humans being dicks to the advanced technology we make isn’t exactly new, but it’s a story that at least looks to being used to particularly spooky effect in Morgan, the feature debut from director Luke Scott (son of Ridley Scott).
Seriously, this trailer is huge—not just due to the scale of the latest alien invasion to befall planet Earth, but because this five-minute long trailer for Independence Day: Resurgence is jam-packed with new footage from the film.
Last Sunday’s episode of Family Guy used an old YouTube clip of NES classic Double Dribble to simulate two characters playing the game. Shortly after the episode aired the original video was taken down by Fox on copyright grounds, because YouTube is stupid.
Fox has a new show, called A.P.B., about a tech billionaire who buys and privatizes a police precinct because the cops are too busy to solve the death of his oldest friend. We think that sounds way more like the story of a paranoid supervillain than a hero.
In the far flung future of a decade or so from now, where Marvel throws a money avalanche at Fox to get access to the cinematic rights for their Mutant superheroes, we’ll probably get a pretty fun Avengers and X-Men crossover. For now, though. we’ll have to make do with this delightful fan-made mash-up.
A pair of time travelers try to kickstart the American Revolution. An animated warrior goes to Orange County to win back his wife, father his kid, and be a horrible assistant. These are Making History and Son of Zorn , the two new TV comedies from Phil Lord and Chris Miller, coming to Fox later this year.
If the show does come back, the first episode had better just be Chris Carter apologizing for that finale for an hour.
Last week we got our first, beautiful glimpse of Michael Fassbender running around shanking people in the face for the Assassin’s Creed movie—and it was actually quite promising! But fresh news about the film will give anyone familiar with the gaming franchise cause for concern.
For a brief shining moment, both the X-Men franchise (owned by Fox) and the Marvel’s cinematic universe (owned by Disney) had Quicksilvers in their movies. But, tragically, there ended up being only room for one of them.
X-Men: Apocalypse may be introducing more mutant kids for Professor X to teach, but soon enough he’ll have a group of entirely new heroes under his tutelage: the stars of Josh Boone’s New Mutants movie, which has just been confirmed to also star the iconic, psychic mutant teacher.
The new X-Men movies are rapidly running out of decades before they catch up to the present. Writer-producer Simon Kinberg has confirmed that the X-Men is moving is continuing down the timelines, telling Coming Soon, “The next one is set in the ‘90s.”
Jennifer Lawrence shared a brand new clip from X-Men: Apocalypse on her Facebook page. It shows pretty much the full “mutant fight club” bit we’ve seen in trailers, where the young Nightcrawler presumably makes his debut.
Yeah. Fox ordered 13 episodes of Seth MacFarlane’s show without even seeing a pilot first. Is MacFarlane also starring in the show? Of course he is.
Olivia Munn will be Psylocke when X-Men: Apocalypse comes out later this month, but she was nearly a completely different character in Fox’s comic-based movie universe: Deadpool’s girlfriend Vanessa. The role was eventually played by Morena Baccarin—because Munn basically said hell no.
We’ve not heard all that much yet about Josh Boone’s X-Men movie spinoff New Mutants, but the director/writer himself has taken to Instagram to tease the characters that will form the young superhero team in the movie,. So far, it’s looking very traditional.
So Fox made this video as part of the marketing campaign for Independence Day: Resurgence, and either no one there realizes how completely ridiculous the whole idea of a universe based on Independence Day is or someone does and has leaned into the campiness.
Remember how Fox showed footage from Deadpool at Comic-Con last year and a pirated version showed up online? Well, that’s not going to happen this year. Because Fox won’t be giving would-be footage bootleggers the opportunity.