Believe it or not, the “damaged” tattoo scrawled across Jared Leto’s stark white forehead wasn’t the worst idea for The Joker’s look in Suicide Squad. Unused wardrobe concepts have been unearthed, and they’re quite striking.
A new teaser trailer for Michael Bay‘s Transformers: The Last Knight has been revealed during Monday Night Football tonight and the results are exactly what you could expect from the latest entry in the tired and worn series. I tuned out after
The Sundance Film Festival announced their lineup for the Premiere, Spotlight, Midnight, Kids, and Special Events sections, which round out the 2017 festival, once again featuring a massive and exciting lineup.
Warner Bros. has revealed a new poster for Ben Affleck’s period crime drama Live by Night. In addition to writing and directing, Affleck stars as Joe Coughlin, a guy who, according to the poster, “was once a good man.” The film also stars
Today on the Fast & Furious Twitter page, Universal shared a video retrospective of the long-running series. It’s a pretty neat look back, and also forward, as some new footage of Fast 8 is teased. The first trailer for the new film will
Following his second Emmys hosting gig this past September, Jimmy Kimmel has been chosen to emcee the 89th Oscars. I can’t wait for the Matt Damon skit.
A new featurette goes behind the scenes of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story with director Gareth Edwards, creature effects supervisor Neal Scanlan, and a couple of cast members. In the brief video, all offer quick takes on a few of the
An efficient and direct-to-the-point bit of work, Matthew M. Ross’ Frank & Lola moves throughout its neo-noir aesthetic, punches through its storyline, and then gets out. Its brevity is both a major asset and a moderate liability – using a basic plot structure to avoid overlong diversions at the cost of developing important characters who may not be in every scene.
Disney’s Moana topped the post-Thanksgiving box office, adding just over $28 million to its coffers in its second week. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them held in second with $18.5 million.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin look at two newly released thrillers with reviews of Always Shine and The Eyes of My Mother. Other films discussed include The Treasure, Office Killer, Visible Secret, White Girl, and Pet.
Moonlight continues to build award season momentum, as it was just named Best Picture by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. The film also received LAFCA awards for Best Director (Barry Jenkins), Best Supporting Actor (Mahershala Ali), and Cinematography (James Laxton).
I love heist movies. I couldn’t care less about the big prizes, but there’s something exhilarating about seeing the layers of an onion peeled back, something thrilling about watching a mastermind play all the chess pieces that were there in front of you the whole time, something gratifying about witnessing a ragtag team surmount seemingly impossible odds.
In a somewhat lackluster year for horror, Nicolas Pesce’s beautiful, monochromatic nightmare The Eyes of My Mother easily stands out as one of the most disturbing and striking films you’ll see this year. An exploration in isolation and the need for human contact lay the groundwork for this unnerving tale of loneliness.