Watch the ‘Call Me By Your Name’ and ‘Twins’ Mashup We All Deserve
This… works?? Really well???
Tommy Wiseau Wants to Bring Back ‘The Room’… in 3D
When a fan tweeted at Wiseau asking whether The Room will get a fancy re-release, Wiseau answered that he had something much bigger planned.
Adam Sandler and Chris Rock Take an Awkward Car Ride in ‘The Week Of’ Trailer
In the new Netflix movie, Adam Sandler and Chris Rock are fathers of the bride and groom who can’t seem to get along.
The Director of ‘Gerald’s Game’ Is Down for a ‘Shining’ Sequel
Mike Flanagan, the director behind Netflix’s ‘Gerald’s Game,’ isn’t done with Stephen King yet, and is down to tackle a sequel to ‘The Shining.’
The ‘Solo’ Movie Will Likely Feature the Famed Kessel Run
We can expect to see a lot of Han Solo’s past played out in the movie — especially that game of dice with which he wins the Millennium Falcon.
Rotten Tomatoes Reveals Top 100 Best-Reviewed Movies of 2017
Rotten Tomatoes has releases the list of the 100 best-reviewed films of the year, including ‘Get Out,’ ‘Dunkirk,’ and ‘Wonder Woman.’
Mark Hamill Regrets Publicizing Criticisms of Luke Skywalker in ‘The Last Jedi’
Mark Hamill unintentionally added fuel to the fire by sharing his concerns over Luke’s storyline in ‘The Last Jedi,’ and now he regrets it.
11 Million Maniacs Watched Netflix’s ‘Bright’ on Its Weekend of Release
Look what you’ve done. In it’s opening weekend, more people watched ‘Bright,’ deemed Netflix’s worst movie yet, than Emmy-winning series ‘The Crown.’
‘Jumanji’ Almost Had a Much Darker Alternate Ending
Someone almost got stuck, Alan Parrish style.
New ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ Trailer Gives Us a Crash Course in Tesseracts
We’ve been looking forward to Ava DuVernay’s ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ since we first heard about it. Now this new trailer has us even more pumped.
New ‘The Last Jedi’ Photos and TV Spot Give Our Heroes Something to Fight For
A new slew of images from ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ and a new TV Spot tease the Dark Side and the Light coming face to face.
MoviePass Is About To Be Even Cheaper With This Annual Subscription Deal
You can $89.95 for a whole year to see one movie a day for free, but is it too good to be true?