Before Alex Garland blew our minds with Ex Machina, we already knew he was a force, as he’d been writing great movies long before he started directing them. Now it sounds like his next film—another scifi movie—is on the same track, as three amazing leads have just joined on.
There are many, many things to be excited about when it comes to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but its new characters are right at the top of the list. Most specifically Rey, the film’s heroine, and Captain Phasma, the universe’s first live action female villain.
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith is the quintessential Star Wars prequel. Finally, after stalling for two movies, George Lucas delivers on all his promises. However, in true prequel fashion, he does it in a wildly uneven way. Welcome to our Star Wars movie rewatch!
Thor: The Dark World may look like it's in the same fantasy Viking realm, but Thor's home world of Asgard has had a few massive upgrades for the sequel. For starters, it no longer looks like a gold jewelry box. Odin's palace is entirely more organic thanks to the work of director Alan Taylor and his crew. We've got…
Natalie Portman and Marvel are joining together in hopes of inspiring an entire generation of Jane Fosters. The Ultimate Mentor Adventure is a program/contest that wants to connect girls 14 and up to meet, work with and learn from the most successful women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Marvel released some brand new pictures and details about Thor 2 — including what looks like Natalie Portman in Asgard, after a Viking goddess makeover. So why is Jane Foster crossing the Rainbow Bridge? Possible spoilers ahead...
Natalie Portman was supposed to star in Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity before she dropped out and was replaced by Sandra Bullock. But now that Portman is coming back from her maternity break, she's reportedly considering starring in another spacey movie — the Wachowskis' Jupiter Ascending. Or at least, the Wachowskis are…
At one point in Misconception, the "fertility thriller" by renowned fertility specialist (and Natalie Portman's dad) Avner Hershlag, someone writes a letter to the First Lady that reads:
The first ever clip from Thor is out, and it showcases the Norse God's nastier side, and Natalie Portman and Kat Denning's comedic talents. What do you think — does the "myth out of water" humor work so far?
It's been a bit of a sad stretch for genre comedies. Needless to say, our hopes for the mock epic fantasy Your Highness are very high. So, is it funny? Do these collection of clips make you laugh, or groan?
The latest red band Your Highness trailer trots out a whole new collection of medieval dick jokes. And while this film may be cruder than Army Of Darkness, we're still loving our new anti-hero Danny McBride. NSFW.
Want to know who all those dapper Asgardians are in the new Thor trailer? Here's our breakdown of the trailer, complete with character descriptions and plot theories. Spoilers on!
So, Darren Aronofsky's scary ballerina movie. It's like nothing he's done before, or anybody else for that matter. Is it breathtaking? Is it profound? Is it silly? Does it get a bit muddled? Yes, yes, yes and yes. Spoilers ahead!
Halle Berry just confirmed the Wachowski's next big project is Cloud Atlas, based on David Mitchell's acclaimed novel that tells a series of stories from the 19th century to the post-apocalypse. Also possibly attached: Tom Hanks and Natalie Portman. [NataliePortman.com]
At NYCC we dubbed Danny McBride's wonderfully raunchy Your Highness the next Army of Darkness. Now you can be the judge: Watch the red-band trailer, filled with weed-smoking muppets, magic, and Natalie Portman in a golden thong.
More big name casting rumors are surfacing about Chris Nolan's third Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises. So who does Nolan have his eye on for Batman's next romantic interest, and a possible female villain? Here's the list.
Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan has been pulling in the plaudits on the film festival circuit, but Greg Christie of Twitch was less than impressed. Christie saw the ballerina thriller at the Philadelphia Film Festival, armed with his reviewing flask.
Lost showrunner Damon Lindelof's script for Ridley Scott's troubled Alien prequel may have just solved all the director's problems. In fact his reportedly stunning script may have even nabbed Natalie Portman for the lead role.
For everyone waiting for an R-rated Labyrinth, your time has come. We just saw the first footage of the profanity-laced fantasy epic Your Highness. It was pretty funny. And, if nothing else, it's got Natalie Portman in a golden thong.
She'll stay on as producer, but Natalie Portman and director David O. Russell have both left Pride and Prejudice and Zombies due to scheduling conflicts. Thus escalating the rumors that Portman will be Lois Lane in Zack Snyder's Superman. [EW]