‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ Movie Races Toward a November 2019 Release Date

When you gotta go fast, you gotta go fast. Sonic the Hedgehog is living up to its name, with the mixed live-action and CGI film racing toward a November 2019 release date.Paramount Pictures has given the Sonic the Hedgehog movie a holiday release date on November 15, 2019, Variety reports. That will place Sonic the Hedgehog in direct competition with heavy hitters like Wonder Woman 2 on November 1, 2019, James Bond 25 on November 8, 2019, … [Read more...]

‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ First Look: Believe It or Not, This Movie is Happening

Heaven and hell seemed to unite in defiance of Terry Gilliam‘s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. His repeated attempts to make the film over the last 20 years have been plagued by disasters — natural and human. But, against all odds, he may just have done it. He may have finally made the darn thing. And more than two decades after Gilliam first set out on this passion project, we have our first look at The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.The … [Read more...]

‘Silicon Valley’ Season 5 Trailer: The Hit HBO Comedy Returns, Without T.J. Miller

The Pied Piper gang is back, and they have a whole new slew of problems. One of which, amazingly, is a litter of puppies. Silicon Valley season 5 marks a new era for the scrappy tech company. Pied Piper is finally expanding its legitimacy beyond its start-up roots, running into everything from increasingly hostile competition to puppy-related work accidents. But most notably, this will be the first season without T.J. Miller as Erlich … [Read more...]

‘Dungeons and Dragons’ Movie Eyes ‘Lego Batman Movie’ Director Chris McKay

The Dungeons & Dragons movie may have finally found its Dungeon Master. Fresh off helming last year’s Lego Batman Movie, Chris McKay is reportedly in talks to direct the feature film adaptation of the fantasy tabletop role-playing game.McKay is in negotiations with Paramount Pictures to be the Dungeons and Dragons movie director, according to Variety. The project, which would adapt the immensely popular tabletop role-playing game that … [Read more...]

‘Black Panther’ Director Ryan Coogler Pens an Emotional Thank You Letter to Fans

Black Panther is a box office behemoth. In its four-day opening weekend, Black Panther shattered box office records, taking in $242 million domestically and $427 million worldwide. That’s the highest opening of all time for a film in February. That’s the fifth-highest opening for a film ever. People are coming out in droves to see the newest Marvel Studios film — not simply because it’s the studio’s first solo black … [Read more...]

How Donald Glover “Punched Up” the Jokes in ‘Black Panther’

If there was ever a movie that perfectly embodied Black Excellence, it’s Black Panther. From visionary director Ryan Coogler to the insanely talented cast to the diverse crew to even the invisible hands that helped create the box office smash, the film is a landmark moment for blockbuster filmmaking. And now we know that one of those invisible hands belong to Donald Glover, the creator and star of FX’s excellent Atlanta and our new … [Read more...]

‘Mudbound’ Director Dee Rees Teams With Anne Hathaway for ‘The Last Thing He Wanted’

While all of the attention has gone to socially conscious Oscar front-runners like Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and Get Out, Anne Hathaway and Dee Rees both quietly delivered two of the most powerful movies of 2017. Hathaway starred in the clever Colossal, whose themes of domestic violence elevated its quirky sci-fi underpinnings, while Rees directed the racially-charged period drama Mudbound. Now, the two of them will be teaming up … [Read more...]

Bond Watch: Danny Boyle is the Front-Runner to Direct ‘James Bond 25’

Danny Boyle could be the James Bond 25 director. While no formal offer has been made yet, the T2: Trainspotting and Steve Jobs director is reportedly MGM and Eon’s top pick to helm the next installment of the long-running James Bond series, which will feature Daniel Craig‘s last stint in the tuxedo.Variety reports that MGM and Eon are eying Boyle as the director for the untitled Bond 25. No formal offer has been made, but Boyle is … [Read more...]

‘The Dangerous Book for Boys’ Trailer: Amazon Series Adapts the Ode to Childhood Imagination

It’s all well and good to romanticize the childhoods of the ’80s, when kids biked around freely and made complicated contraptions to prank unsuspecting adults. But what about the kids of today? You can warn them about the dangers as much as you want through episodes of Black Mirror, but maybe it’s not fear they need, but imagination. That’s where The Dangerous Book for Boys comes in. The new Amazon Prime TV series adapts … [Read more...]

How the Cast of ‘Skins’ Became Today’s Biggest Well of Fresh Talent

Don’t underestimate those soapy teen shows. Because in 10 years, they may produce the era’s most promising Oscar-nominated actors. Take Skins, for example. No, not the middling U.S. remake of the series that aired on MTV, but the original U.K. version which aired on E4 from 2007 through 2013. It was a grimy teen drama that inspired controversy with each of its drug-fueled, sexually charge storylines. But it also delved into deeper … [Read more...]

‘Jessica Jones’ Season 2 Trailer: Jessica is Doing Things Her Way

Jessica Jones is back, and she is angry. And no, those anger management sessions aren’t doing her any good. The hard-drinking anti-heroine of Jessica Jones returns in a new trailer for the Netflix show’s second season. But unlike the cryptic first trailer for Jessica Jones season 2, this latest trailer squeezes in as much action as possible, even sprinkling in some of the high-adrenaline scenes from season 1.Jessica Jones Season 2 … [Read more...]

‘Bill and Ted 3’ Script Resurrects William Sadler’s Death

Death becomes Bill and Ted 3 — but not in the way you expect. No, the movie is still alive and kickin’ and in development for now, though that much can’t be said for a certain Bill and Ted character set to return to the sequel. That’s right, it’s William Sadler as Death. Bill and Ted screenwriter Ed Solomon has been steadily beating the drum for the Bill and Ted sequel, now titled Bill and Ted Face the Music. That includes … [Read more...]

‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Blu-ray Announced, Will Feature 14 Deleted Scenes

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is coming home. Rian Johnson‘s sci-fi sequel has officially announced its Blu-ray and Digital HD release, along with a slew of special features. Among those features are 14 deleted scenes — so you can finally find out the origin of those mysterious unused moments from the trailer.The Last Jedi will be available on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and Blu-ray disc on March 27, 2018 and Digital HD and 4K Ultra HD and via Movies … [Read more...]