Mission Impossible Fallout Trailer

The Impossible Mission Force is back for another round of action, but this time they have to deal with the consequences of a mission gone wrong in Mission: Impossible – Fallout.

Tom Cruise is back as Ethan Hunt, and his team has come along with him. Rebecca Ferguson returns after being introduced in Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation and the reliable Ving Rhames and Simon Pegg are back too. Plus, Alec Baldwin is working with the team now after initially trying to stop their reckless activities in the last sequel. Now we finally get to see what the team is up against in the sixth installment of the franchise that has been going since 1996. Read More »

2016 BAFTA Winners

Leonardo DiCaprio is notoriously picky about which projects he tackles as an actor. He hasn’t made a film since finally winning an Oscar for Best Actor in The Revenant, but he’s on board Quentin Tarantino’s developing movie about the Manson Family murders, which is supposed to be his next project. After that, it sounds like he’ll tackle the story of the man who inspired his namesake.

Paramount Pictures has Leonardo DiCaprio lined up to star in an adaptation of Walter Isaacson‘s biography Leonardo da Vinci, about the painter behind the famous “Mona Lisa” and “Last Supper” works who was also known for being a budding inventor, a scholar of anatomy, botany, geology and much more. The studio has also hired a writer who has already worked with DiCaprio on a biographical feature before. Read More »

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT

Ethan Hunt is back, and he’s raring to go.

The latest film in Tom Cruise‘s slow escalation of death-defying stunts will drop a trailer on Super Bowl Sunday, but ahead of that highly anticipated commercial comes a new poster, new images, and some brand new footage from the sixth Mission: Impossible movie: Mission: Impossible – Fallout.

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Ology movies

In terms of blockbuster franchises, Paramount Pictures has Mission: Impossible, Star TrekTransformers, Terminator, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and the Cloverfield movies to its name. Some of those are more viable than others, so it makes sense that the studio is looking to add some more surefire winners to its library. One of the properties they’re betting on is a series of Ology movies, films that will be based on popular young adult “encyclopedias” that explore concepts like “Alienology” and “Spyology.”

A writers’ room has been put in place to develop scripts for potential movie adaptations, but there’s a catch: the person running the whole thing doesn’t exactly inspire a lot of confidence.

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New ‘Annihilation’ Clip Goes Into The Shimmer

Annihilation clip

We’re less than a month away from the release of Alex Garland‘s mysterious new movie Annihilation, and a new clip from the film takes you inside the nightmarish world of The Shimmer – a strange, dangerous area that’s slowly expanding and altering everything in its path. It’s all very weird and intangible, but one thing is for sure: entering The Shimmer isn’t going to be pleasant. Watch the Annihilation clip below.

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Blake Lively injury

The Rhythm Section is temporarily halting production after star Blake Lively sustained a hand injury on set.

The 2019 spy thriller, directed by Handmaid’s Tale director Reed Morano (who is definitely not making a Star Wars movie), may have to delay production for up to five months after Lively injured her hand in December and underwent an unsuccessful surgery to remedy the problem. Now, Lively may have to undergo a second hand injury and require more time to recover.

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Cloverfield 4

Who could have predicted that 2008’s hand-held monster movie Cloverfield would spawn a franchise we’d still be talking about 10 years later? 2016’s surprise sort-of-sequel 10 Cloverfield Lane provided our first look at the anthology-like nature of this loose franchise umbrella, and while we wait to see a trailer for God Particle (now possibly titled Cloverfield Station) and learn when and how we’re actually going to see that movie, we have confirmation that Cloverfield 4 not only exists, but that it’s already completed filming. The project is called Overlord, and you can read all we know about it below.
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10 cloverfield lane trailer images

The Cloverfield folks are at it again. While the fate of the second untitled Cloverfield sequel’s distribution is up in the air — will it remain with Paramount or go straight to Netflix? — the folks behind the viral marketing for the third film are still on top of their game.

The cryptic website that arrived to promote the Cloverfield movie formerly known as God Particle (now possibly known as Cloverfield Station) has changed, revealing potentially more information about the shady corporation that keeps popping up in the Cloverfield cinematic universe. Read More »

Sequel Bits Bill and Ted

In this edition of sequel bits:

  • New casting and a new set photo for Halloween
  • Tom Cruise fell again on the set of Mission: Impossible – Fallout
  • New plot details for Cloverfield 3
  • No chance of a Hangover 4
  • Potential plot details for Bill and Ted 3
  • Dileep Rao will reprise his role in the Avatar sequels
  • Denis Villeneuve really thought Blade Runner 2049 would land a Best Picture nomination
  • A new photo from Sicario 2: Soldado

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Annihilation Featurette - Natalie Portman

Not too long ago, we released our collective list of /Film’s 25 Most Anticipated Films of 2018. Even though films like Avengers: Infinity War and The Incredibles 2 ended up near the top, our #1 film ended up being Alex Garland‘s new sci-fi thriller Annihilation.

Starring Natalie Portman, the film is based on Jeff VanderMeer’s first novel in the author’s Southern Reach Trilogy, and it follows a group of female scientists and scholars as they head into a strange phenomenon that has appeared on Earth known as The Shimmer. A new Annihilation featurette explains a little more what appears to be happening in The Shimmer, and it doesn’t sound great for the human race. Read More »