The dance scene with Sonoya Mizuno and Oscar Isaac from Ex Machina is one of our favorites. Now, a new Twitter feed has popped up showing that the pair can dance to just about any song.
It’s only Thursday, but you’re probably more than ready for the weekend. If you’re feeling a bit down, or if you just want to see something awesome, this quick character profile of Lego Poe Dameron will do the trick.
The titular villain of X-Men: Apocalypse is terrifying because of his history. If the stories are true, he was the first mutant and has been around for generations. Well, now a new viral video dives into that backstory with a familiar-feeling, late-night TV vibe.
When Rey stands in front of Luke Skywalker, long lost lightsaber in hand, it’s kind of impossible not to be beside yourself with excitement for what comes next. And yet, co-star Oscar Isaac somehow managed to make Star Wars Episode VIII, sound even more exciting.
You’ve probably seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens a few times—but on April 5, you get to discover it all over again when it arrives on Blu-ray. The disc includes a great documentary called Secrets of The Force Awakens, and we’re excited to debut an exclusive clip.
Since Oscar Isaac is now legally required to be in all movies—a law I think none of us mind—it’s perhaps unsurprising that he’s joining the movie adaptation of Jeff VanderMeer’s scifi novel Annihilation, which will reunite him with director Alex Garland. But it’s still good news.
This week brings the latest Zack Snyder opus to the big screen, which led to the news that Snyder really wants to make Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead into a movie, which led all of us to talk about the last time Snyder put his id on rampant display: Sucker Punch.
Now that The Force Awakens has awoken in theaters, various details are emerging about some of the directions NOT taken in the latest Star Wars film. Among them? One character that was supposed to perish after a short amount of screen time.
The Rebellion is no more. The Empire is no more. In Star Wars: The Force Awakens, now it’s the Resistance and the First Order who battle each other for the fate of the galaxy, but what makes them different from their predecessors? Resistance pilot Poe Dameron, played by Oscar Isaac, explained it to us, along with the…
There’s a new featurette for The Force Awakens on the web, featuring Daisy Ridley, J.J. Abrams, John Boyega and Oscar Isaac ruminating on the legacy that they’ve inherited.
The official one-sheet poster for Star Wars: The Force Awakens just dropped, and it’s glorious. It’s also loaded with new details, including our first glimpse of the rumored planet-killer superweapon.
Gone are the Rebellion and Empire. In a post-Return of the Jedi world, the good guys are the Resistance and the bad guys are the First Order. How and why? We don’t know yet, but two new images from Star Wars: The Force Awakens highlight both of these new groups.
Though the film is still in production, last week Comic-Con got the first official glimpse at Bryan Singer’s X-Men Apocalypse. And while that footage isn’t online yet, the first official photos now are, including Oscar Isaac as the tyrannical title villain Apocalypse.
There wasn’t a new trailer from Star Wars: The Force Awakens at Comic-Con but, in a way, they gave us something better. A three-minute, behind-the-scenes video chock full of nostaliga, intrigue and quite a few easter eggs. Did you miss any? We’ve uncovered them all.
You saw them in the first teaser, but here they are, direct from Star Wars Celebration. Behold, Oscar Isaac, Daisy Ridley and John Boyega as Poe Dameron, Rey and Finn!
When I watched the trailer for Ex Machina, I was excited. It wasn’t just the uncanny and attractive robot Ava, either. There were androids, AI, Turing tests! This looked like the scifi movie of my dreams. But when I saw Ex Machina recently, I was terrified. Because it told the truth about what AI might become.
Sucker Punch goes inside an imprisoned woman's mind for a dark, surreal fantasy adventure. We asked the cast and crew about the fiendishly complex story, the fine line between exploitation and empowerment, and the horrors of steampunk zombie war.