Following “Doctor Strange,” director Scott Derrickson returns to his horror roots with “The Black Phone,” a new horror thriller from Blumhouse, starring Ethan Hawke. Hawke stars as The Grabber, a serial child kidnapper terrorizing a small Colorado town in 1978. Finney Shaw (Mason Thames) is a shy kid, smart, abusedContinue Reading

Saturday, June 4th marks the 40th anniversary release of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, and Paramount is celebrating the event with a “Summer of Sweet Revenge” with screenings, some new partnerships, and pop-up events in select US cities. They have also launched a website at wrathofpkhan.com to keep up with 40thContinue Reading

The third and final “Jurassic World” film, “Jurassic World Dominion,” arrives in theaters on Friday, closing out the new trilogy with stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. Set after the events of “Fallen Kingdom,” dinosaurs are now roaming the Earth, forcing the humans always be on guard against theContinue Reading

Ahead of the ERASER: REBORN release on Digital, Blu-ray™ and DVD on June 7, from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, there are some great photos and clips. The all-new original film, ERASER: REBORN, a reboot of the 1996 blockbuster, follows US Marshal Mason Pollard, a specialist in engineering the fake deaths of witnessesContinue Reading

The upcoming ‘Constantine’ reboot may have found its main character, news broke from The Illuminerdi, that actor Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù is being eyed for the lead role. John Constantine is an iconic British paranormal investigator, played by Keanu Reeves in a feature film and Matt Ryan on a series of CWContinue Reading

An uplifting film for the whole family and based on a true story, NO VACANCY follows a jaded reporter demoted to a rural news bureau who finds her cynicism slowly transformed as she befriends a recovering addict and writes about a church struggling to purchase a motel for homeless families. Starring SeanContinue Reading

Sony/Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Way Home has become the No. 6 film ever globally, passing Jurassic World ($1.67B) and The Lion King ($1.662B) as the film regained the top spot at the box office. The film has now earned $970.1M from the international box office, Domestic is at $721M+, resulting in a shocking total of $1.69B worldwide. The new Spider-ManContinue Reading

During a new video by Ethan Van Sciver, Eric July provided fans an update on his upcoming RIPPAVERSE comic book series/universe. “As of Monday, book number one has already been shipped to our printer,” July announced, noting that they’ll be doing some “proofing this week” to the undisclosed print runContinue Reading

Tony winner Andrew Burnap has been cast to star alongside Rachel Zegler in Disney’s live-action remake of Snow White, directed by Marc Webb. Burnap (The Inheritance) will be playing “a new male lead character, rather than The Prince or the Huntsman of past iterations,” according to the Deadline casting report. “The latestContinue Reading

YouTuber, G4 host Frosk made headlines for derailing their gaming show to attack fans, call them sexist and exude angry for not being ‘bangable.” Additionally, Adam Sessler kicked off 2022 by new posts sharing his hatred of Republicans on Twitter Froskurinn spoke out against the sexism she and other womenContinue Reading

DC Comics writer Vita Ayala tweeted about a new position at Marvel Comics, an associate editor, calling for only minorities apply before clarifying exclusion to “cis dudes.” “Black and Brown people, especially femme people, please apply,” Ayala first tweeted at former Marvel writer Angélique Roché who shared the position: “MarvelContinue Reading

A new Grinch film features Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock, Doctor Strange) as the voice of the green, Christmas hating creature. If you are expecting a something superior to the 1966 TV version from director Chuck Jones, with wicked Boris Karloff voicing the mean one, you will be highly disappointed. This new version fromContinue Reading

The new animated Super Mario Bros. feature film has set an all-star cast to bring the titular video game siblings Mario and Luigi to the big screen. Chris Pratt and Charlie Day have been cast as Mario and Luigi, respectively, the two Italian plumbers battling foes and fantasy in theContinue Reading