Seth Rogen is getting back into the teen comedy business — sorry, tween comedy business this time — with Good Boys, a somehow R-rated movie about a bunch of 12-year-old lads juggling their own coming of age with a journey to replace a drone toy before their parents find out they broke it.
MoviePass is one of those helpful ticketing deals that allows subscribers to see multiple movies a month at a reduced rate. For one monthly payment, you can see one movie per day essentially for free, and if you’re someone who goes to the movies a lot and can feel those box office prices squeezing your wallet dry, it’s always been a pretty good investment. Today, it turned into a ridiculously good investment.
With his Wonder Wheel set to close this year’s New York Film Festival, Woody Allen is already putting together a roster for his next project. His next film may not have an official logline yet, but Allen has cast Elle Fanning, Selena Gomez, and Call Me By Your Name breakout Timothée Chalamet in his next movie for Amazon Studios.
The biggest question going into Star Wars: The Last Jedi is how the movie will deal with Carrie Fisher’s passing. She had finished all of her scenes for the movie before her death last winter, but the series would be remiss if she wasn’t given a proper sendoff. We still don’t know if another actress will play General Leia in Episode IX, or if she’ll be somewhat written out of it, but John Boyega says she’s given her due in The Last Jedi.
United just can’t catch a break these days. Between the awkwardness of #LeggingsGate and that passenger who got literally dragged from the plane by TSA agents, you’d think the airline would learn to tread softly in the following months, especially during an event as stressful and crazy as Comic Con. But passengers heading back from the convention on Sunday who had spent the event loading up on pristine first editions and omnibuses of their favorite comics were dismayed when a message popped up on TV screens at the United check-in line: “Remove all books from checked bags.”
David Ayer’s Bright is one of those movies that you kinda forget is happening, and then something reminds you and in a flash you remember exactly how bizarre it all sounds. The first trailer for the new Netflix movie dropped this evening at Comic Con, and, oh boy, you are not prepared for this at all.
Sometimes all a thriller needs to be really exciting is one simple, intriguing concept. Like, say, a woman wakes up stuck in a cryogenic chamber and has to figure out how to get out of it before her limited air supply runs out. Sound good to you? Good, because it’s happening, and Anne Hathaway is starring in it.
Lovers of robots, cops, robot cops, and examinations of corporate America, we’ve got some good news for you: Thirty years (!) after its release in theaters, Paul Verhoeven’s sci-fi classic RoboCop is returning to the silver screen for its 30th anniversary.
John Williams is one of Steven Spielberg’s most frequent collaborators, and earlier this year he was set to score both of the director’s upcoming movies: Pentagon Papers drama The Papers and pop culture-infused sci-fi Ready Player One. But because both of these movies are being put together at about the same time (Ready Player One’s production began last year, and The Papers was filmed this spring in a matter of weeks for a December release) Williams has had to give up scoring duties on the latter in favor of the former.
It’s a rare thing in Hollywood for a sequel to come close to, or even end up being better than, the original, but James Cameron effortlessly managed that feat with 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgement Day. The film sees Arnold Schwarzenegger return as the sinister Terminator android, but this time around his intentions are much more heroic. If you’ve been itching to watch this movie on the big screen in as immersive an experience as possible, Cameron and co. have cooked up a re-release of the movie in his new favorite medium: 3-D.
In the realm of horror, it’s much easier to make analog technology scary than digital. While we do find unexpected brilliance in movies like Unfriended, there’s something about physical media that lends itself better to creepy — the VHS of The Ring is so much more sinister than, say, a viral YouTube video, even though it would be much easier to curse people with the latter. Which brings us to Polaroid, the latest B-movie horror flick to take an old-fashioned piece of technology and make it scary — and it actually looks pretty creative.
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