Knives Out

There is a reason murder mystery flicks have survived for as long as they have in Hollywood. When executed well, they’re engaging and amusing. Yet, this is a type of tale that has been around for a very long time and it feels like an area that’s hard to break new ground in. With Knives Out, writer/director Rian Johnson has managed to pull off just that, by crafting a truly unique and highly entertaining modern whodunit, with a killer, stacked ensemble cast for the ages.

Knives Out centers on the death of renowned crime novelist Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer), who is found dead at his estate just after his 85th birthday. Following the incident, the entire family is gathered for the investigation, which is led by the inquisitive and quirky detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig)...

Read More

The Addams Family

New The Addams Family Clip Invites You To Dinner

The Addams Family

The Addams Family clip invites you to dinner

MGM has released a brand new clip from their upcoming animated film The Addams Family, the latest reboot of the iconic characters for the big screen. Featuring our titular creepy family having dinner as they prepare for their upcoming reunion, you can check out the video in the player below. (via Bloody Disgusting)

RELATED: New Addams Family Trailer: The World’s Kookiest Family is Coming to Town

Conrad Vernon (Shrek 2Monsters vs. AliensMadagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted) and Greg Tiernan (Thomas & FriendsDay of the Diesels) direct a voice cast led by Golden Globe winner Oscar Isaac (Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Annihilation) as Gomez Addams, with Academy Award winner Charlize Theron (Atomic BlondeMad Max: Fury R...

Read More

Jumanji: The Next Level

Jumanji: The Next Level is coming to theaters this December, where the franchise will once again have a show down with Star Wars as we all head into the holiday season...

Read More

Toy Story 4

Toy Story 4

Toy Story 4

Warning: major Toy Story 4 SPOILERS ahead!

As was expected given the series’ track record, the ending of this summer’s Toy Story 4 was bittersweet in every sense of the word, leaving audience members emotionally wrecked after saying goodbye to these beloved characters for perhaps the final time. But if you thought the theatrical ending to the Pixar film was rough, Toy Story 4’s alternate ending might be even more heartbreaking.

Toy Story 4 doesn’t hit digital and home video until October, but Entertainment Weekly has an early look at one of the bonus features, which include an alternate ending for the film...

Read More

Creed 3 Is Still On

Creed 3 Is Still On

The good news is, Creed III is definitely going to happen, according to Michael B. Jordan. The bad news? We just have no idea when it’s going to happen. The other interesting wrinkle is that Jordan could end up personally directing the third installment of the highly successful Rocky spin-off franchise, if he so chooses.

Michael B. Jordan, who stars as Adonis Creed in the movies, was recently at the Toronto International Film Festival on behalf of his upcoming drama Just Mercy. During a red carpet interview, Jordan was asked about Creed 3. While the actor didn’t have much to say on the topic, for the time being, he did offer some encouraging words for fans. Here’s what he had to say about it.

“Yeah, we’ll definitely do Creed 3. I don’t know when though.”

From a pure dol...

Read More

The Walking Dead

Samantha Morton Previews 'Absolutely Mind-Blowing' TWD Season 10

The Walking Dead

Samantha Morton previews ‘absolutely mind-blowing’ TWD season 10

Samantha Morton, who plays Whisperer leader Alpha, previews The Walking Dead Season 10 in a new video offering more footage of the upcoming season. The video is part of AMC’s 10 weeks of reveals leading up to the season premiere on Sunday, October 6 at 9 PM ET/8 PM CT. You can check out the video now in the player below!

RELATED: Silence the Whisperers in New Walking Dead Season 10 Teaser

The Walking Dead is a story that started 10 years ago with one man trying to find his family. That family grew and gradually communities took shape. They fought and survived, thrived and gave birth to a new generation. It is a tale of humankind and there are more stories to tell.

It is now Spring, a few months afte...

Read More

‘Bad Boys For Life’

'Bad Boys For Life'

‘Bad Boys For Life’

‘Bad Boys For Life’

It’s crazy to think that Bad Boy 2 came out 16 years ago. So much has changed in the world since then. But some things never change – like the public’s desire to watch Will Smith and Martin Lawrence shoot people in slow-motion. In Bad Boys For Life, “Old-school cops Mike Lowery and Marcus Burnett team up to take down the vicious leader of a Miami drug cartel. Newly created elite team AMMO of the Miami police department along with Mike and Marcus go up against the ruthless Armando Armas.”

Since Smith and Lawrence are both a bit older now than when they started this whole thing, Bad Boys For Life adds some fresh faces to the mix. Alexander Ludwig (Vikings), Vanessa Hudgens (The Princess Switch), and Charles Melton (Riverdale) play “a...

Read More

‘Joker’ Final Trailer

'Joker' Final Trailer

‘Joker’ Final Trailer

One cannot portray the Joker without nailing that signature cackle. It’s intriguing to note how the interpretations have varied across the decades, from Cesar Romero’s campy guffaws to Jack Nicholson’s wheezy, infectious giggle and Heath Ledger’s animalistic bellow.

Phoenix’s deranged take is no less impressive, but given this is a Joker origin story, for the first time we’re seeing the genesis of said laugh. The scene in the trailer when Phoenix lets rip, only to abruptly come to a stop, is chilling because we’re unsure if it’s an affectation, or some kind of brief psychotic episode that portends the Joker persona.

Are we going to see the emergence of said persona in dribs and drabs before it eventually erupts towards the end of the movie?

The Joker final trailer ...

Read More

Gretel & Hansel Sophia Lillis

Gretel & Hansel is putting a new twist on the classic fairy tale, pushing Gretel into the spotlight this time around. Today, we have a first look at the movie featuring IT and IT Chapter Two breakout star Sophia Lillis. She looks ready for gothic freights.

Sophia Lillis (IT: Chapter 2) is Gretel in Orion Pictures’ upcoming Gretel & Hansel. Directed by Osgood “Oz” Perkins (The Blackcoat’s DaughterI Am The Pretty Thing That Lives In The House), the dark reimagining of the classic fairytale we know and love creeps into theaters nationwide on January 31, 2020.

This version of Gretel & Hansel will be a straight up horror movie, giving us something exciting to look forward to in the first month of the year...

Read More

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

The internet is buzzing about the new teaser for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker that just hit the internet. This footage, which debuted last weekend at D23 is full of amazing moments. But what does it all mean? And why is Rey evil? What’s up with that crazy double-sided lightsaber?

Our A.I. trying to break down the plot of the original Star Wars, and what it would look like if Star Wars: The Last Jedi came out in 1983. Be sure to subscribe to catch all our future episodes. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker opens in theaters on December 20.

Rey with a double-bladed red lightsaber. The sound of Darth Vader’s labored breathing. An epic duel between Rey and Kylo Ren on what appears to be a piece of debris on a roiling sea...

Read More

New Muppets From Disney

For years, the Muppets have been Disney’s unused puzzle piece. Despite being such a timeless and beloved corner of entertainment, Disney hasn’t been able to figure out how to best use Kermit and the rest in modern times. The 2011 movie The Muppets brought them back in style, but relied heavily on pressing nostalgia buttons. Its 2014 follow-up Muppets Most Wanted didn’t quite hit the same highs and so we got an ABC series, again called The Muppets, which focused on Kermit and Piggy’s post-break-up in a semi-improvisational, Larry Sanders Show, The OfficeCurb Your Enthusiasm style. While it had its strong points, there was a lot of creative meddling and  the show was unable to find its footing, and so it ended after one season...

Read More

Lady And The Tramp Live Action

Lady And The Tramp Live Action

Lady And The Tramp Live Action

For those of you who were wondering if Disney+’s take on Lady and the Tramp Live Action would be moved to a modern day setting, that won’t be the case. Just like its predecessor, it will take place sometime in the late 1900s-early 1910s. So as you would expect, just like Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King and others, this new Lady and the Tramp is a relatively faithful adaptation, as opposed to a drastic re-imagining like Maleficent.

For those unfamiliar with Lady and the Tramp’s story, it follows an American cocker spaniel named Lady who is raised in an upper middle-class family, living the life of luxury...

Read More

Black Widow

Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff, Black Widow in Avengers: Endgame

Black Widow

So, it’s no secret Avengers: Endgame brought in some serious record-breaking cash at the worldwide box office, becoming the highest-grossing movie of all time. But, if we added up all the tears Marvel fans wiped away in the theaters – now that’s mind-blowing. The movie delivered some incredibly emotional goodbyes for Tony Stark and Steve Rogers. The two sides of the same coin were given bittersweet send-offs. Iron Man sacrificed his life like a hero to save the universe, and Captain America finally got a little selfish, going back in time to catch a lifelong of dances with his girl, Peggy.

There’s one other death in Avengers: Endgame, and it leaves more of a sour taste...

Read More

Venom 2

Venom being clouded with smoke

Venom 2

Rumors move fast in the Hollywood business, and sometimes what’s valid and in the running one day becomes debunked the next. Sometimes though, rumors pan out, and the truth is soon revealed. Much like today, when Andy Serkis was confirmed as the director for Sony’s Venom 2.

After a weekend of whispers of meetings between Andy Serkis and Sony, as well as a tease from Tom Hardy, the former baddie from Black Panther is now going to go behind the cameras to craft a superpowered flick of his own. Which is fantastic, because as far as I’m concerned, Andy Serkis is the best damned option for directing Venom 2. Here are the reasons why.

Venom about to eat a man in a convenience store

Venom 2

Andy Serkis’s Name Is A Potential Draw For Non-Venom Fans

Before we go too far, I must vouch for myself as someone who wa...

Read More

Grand Theft Parsons

Grand Theft Parsons

Grand Theft Parsons

Stars: Johnny Knoxville, Michael Shannon, Marley Shelton
Robert Forster, Christina Applegate, Steven Macht
Director: David Caffrey
Writers: Jeremy Drysdale, David Caffrey

Grand Theft Parsons

Johnny Knoxville and Michael Shannon

Gram Parsons

Gram Parsons

Before I tell you about this movie let me give you a little background. If you’re not familiar with the name Gram Parsons, you’ve probably heard his music. Parsons was a musician, singer, songwriter, and guitarist.. Hes best known for his work with bands like The Byrds and The Flying Burrito Brothers. His music is a melding of country, blues, folk, and rock...

Read More

The Art of Racing in the Rain

The Art of Racing in the Rain

The Art of Racing in the Rain

The Art of Racing in the Rain’s main conceit wields mixed returns, resulting in a family dramedy that’s whimsical and manipulative in equal measure.

Adapted from Garth Stein’s best-selling novel, The Art of Racing in the Rain naturally invites comparisons to Marley & Me; its poster even boasts that it hales “from the studio” behind that very book-turned film. But where the latter is a memoir that explores how a trouble-making dog becomes the grounding force for a family as life chucks one unexpected curveball after another their way, The Art of Racing in the Rain is a fictional narrative about the trials and tribulations of a professional race car driver, as seen (in the movie, sometimes literally) from the perspective of their unique pup...

Read More

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood attempts to take back stolen potential via the kind of fantasy fulfillment that’s made only possible on celluloid. As with the Beatles’ song “Helter Skelter,” Sharon Tate, and the peace and love generation as a whole, the icons of hope in the 1960s were all tainted by mere association with Charles Manson. None of these needed to be linked to the murderous narcissist. Tate, magnificently captured Margot Robbie in the film, would have continued the rising trajectory of her film and modeling career; “Helter Skelter” would be remembered as the song that invented heavy metal, when it was just Paul McCartney trying to make as much noise on vinyl as possible; peace and Love would have at least hung on until the Rol...

Read More

I Know What You Did Last Summer TV Series

James Wan Helming I Know What You Did Last Summer Pilot

I Know What You Did Last Summer TV Series

James Wan producing I Know What You Did Last Summer TV Series

Modern horror master James Wan (The Conjuring) is set to step behind the camera for the pilot of a series adaptation of I Know What You Did Last Summer, according to Deadline. Though the trade says Wan will step behind the camera, Bloody Disgusting reports Wan is just attached as a producer.

RELATED: James Wan’s Next Project Is Not Aquaman 2

A theatrical reboot of the series, loosely based on the novel of the same name, was previously announced in 2016 with then-up-and-coming writer/director Mike Flanagan (The Haunting of Hill House) set to co-write and direct the project...

Read More

Wonder Woman 1984

Wonder Woman 1984

Wonder Woman 1984

Reshoots are common. Normal. They are often even built into the schedule of major superhero movies. But still, the word “reshoots” can send a chill into fans’ hearts, especially DCEU fans still upset about Zack Snyder’s treatment when making Justice League. So when word came out that the Wonder Woman sequel, Wonder Woman 1984, was reportedly back in London for reshoots, fans got nervous:

Gal Gadot posted about wrapping filming for Wonder Woman back in December 2018. Director Patty Jenkins was so excited for fans to see the movie, she recently said she regretted asking Warner Bros. to push the date back from a November 2019 release to June 2020...

Read More

Jurassic World 3

Colin Trevorrow is getting ready for Jurassic World 3 and he teased where it’s going. Additionally, the director commented on the original Jurassic Park cast rumors that have been circulating over the last few months. Trevorrow is returning to the franchise after J.A. Bayona directed last year’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which was a bit divisive amongst fans and critics. With that being said, it sounds like Trevorrow has something special planned for the third installment.

Jurassic World 3 isn’t set to hit theaters until 2021, so there’s still a lot of work that needs to be done behind-the-scenes before the cameras start rolling. Colin Trevorrow is already hard at work on the highly anticipated sequel and getting the story just right...

Read More