Mother’s Day might be this weekend, but we’ll have to wait another week for Universal Pictures’ just-announced Mummy Day, a.k.a. a whole day, starting at noon on May 20, dedicated to erecting a 75-foot-tall sarcophagus at the intersection of Hollywood and Highland in Los Angeles. Oh, and Tom Cruise, Sofia Boutella, Jake Johnson, Annabelle Wallis, and director Alex Kurtzman will be there too.
For Star Wars, a series that has become a franchise built largely upon nostalgia, returning to some of their greatest hits within their movies has become par for the course. Sure, we were introduced to something like seven completely new planets during Rogue One, but that movie still checked all the boxes: cool female protagonist, Jedi lore, Dark Side, Death Star. The Han Solo movie is also going to bring us to some completely new territory, but would it be a Star Wars movie without a visit to a certain desert planet?
Alien: Covenant hasn’t even hit theaters yet, but that doesn’t mean that Ridley Scott can rest on his laurels just yet. With Prometheus, he expanded the Alien universe, and with Covenant he’s poised to expand it some more. That leaves plenty of room for his prospective slate of future Alien films, starting with his Covenant follow-up, which is currently untitled, but will be ready to film in a little more than a year.
Transformers: The Last Knight is poised to redefine the paradigm of Transformers movies — that is, if anyone’s still following it at this point. The Transformers have been coming to Earth for centuries, even millennia, but what does it MEAN? Sir Anthony Hopkins has some ideas, which hopefully he will finally share in the actual movie, because all of this very mysterious marketing has been just that: very mysterious.
Good news and bad news, David Lynch fans: The good news is that the new season of Twin Peaks is so close you can almost taste the cherry pie glaze – but the bad news is that in a new interview Lynch has said, definitively, that he doesn’t plan to make any more movies.
Happy Star Wars Day, everyone! We are only a little more than six months away from finally checking back in with Finn Rey, and the gang in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Because Disney and Lucasfilm are such pros at keeping things secret, we have close to zero idea what is actually going to happen in the movie. That doesn’t mean we won’t try our best to decipher every little clue, though.
Dwayne Johnson’s new movie sounds pretty bananas, mostly because it involves a giant mutated gorilla going on a, well, rampage with two other oversized beasts. The Rock recently revealed the synopsis of his new movie, and has officially begun production. Good news: there’s going to be a lot of motion capture.
Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is one of our most anticipated movies of the year, every piece of promotional material just gets us more excited. Wright shared a brand-new TV spot today that features plenty of praise from critics along with some crazy new footage and Kevin Spacey, having the time of his life acting especially villainous.
Even though he should have been hard at work on The Winds of Winter, George R. R. Martin took some time out of his week to appear on History Channel’s new documentary series Superheroes Decoded, all about how today’s culture became so dominated by the creations of Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, and the like. Martin shared a fan letter he wrote to Marvel Comics, praising one of the issues of Fantastic Four, and the entire magazine.
Yes, Robert Downey, Jr. is definitely going to play Doctor Dolittle, the veterinarian who can talk to animals. Sure, fine, cool. And for those of you who are interested, there’s some good news: you won’t have to wait as long to see it, since the release date of the film has been pushed up a month to accommodate for Star Wars: Episode 9.
Vin Diesel is kinda like that guy at all the parties who always wants to talk to you about his awesome new startup. It’s gonna be the best, way better than the last one, it’s gonna win tons of awards and make billions of dollars. Sure, Vin, you say. That sounds great. But he just keeps doing it. It comes from a good place: the man loves his movies. But, boy, does he love hyping them even more. Most recently, he suggested that we haven’t even seen Groot’s mega-evolution yet — the first two forms have just been kid stuff.
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