There’s going to be a new Terminator movie! That fact is exciting to pretty much everyone who did not see or has not heard of the last few Terminators which were, to put it nicely, really bad. Good news: the new Terminator will be ignoring those. Like, completely.
Quentin Tarantino only has two more movies to go on his ten-movie limit before he leaves Hollywood for good, and we’re all wondering what number 10 is going to be about. We already know he’s working on his ninth, about the Manson murders (an extremely Tarantino move), but the tenth is still a mystery for everyone. Will it be a Star Trek movie?
I, Tonya charmed audiences and critics at this year’s TIFF, and, as biopics are wont to do, is gunning for some awards season recognition. The Margot Robbie-starring dramatization of Tonya Harding’s figure skating career and fall from grace is both hilarious and devastating, and will hit theaters in an awards-qualifying limited release on December 8.
The next big project Brie Larson has on her schedule is Captain Marvel, the MCU’s first female-led superhero movie and the first one directed (albeit co-directed) by a woman. After making her directorial debut with Unicorn Store, Larson is ready to take on a superhero role — and, eventually, direct one herself.
The lasso of truth is as much a part of Wonder Woman’s mythos as the fact that she’s an Amazon and wears a sparkly tiara. But what some don’t know is that the also has real world origins: the man who created Wonder Woman is the same guy who invented the lie detector test.
If you haven’t seen M. Night Shyamalan’s Split by now, you probably ought to skip this until you have. But you’ve also probably already heard most of the discourse around that movie and its upcoming sequel, which means you probably already know that Split is actually something of a sequel to Shyamalan’s 2000 movie Unbreakable, and Glass is something of a sequel to both. Which is why it should come as no surprise that two more Unbreakable characters are being added to the mix in Glass.
More often than not, war correspondents tasked with sending home news and images of battle often find themselves in just as much danger as actual soldiers. If you’ve seen the excellent Netflix documentary Five Came Back, you’ve borne witness to how five of the world’s greatest movie directors were tasked with recording the battles and atrocities of World War II. But they weren’t the only ones who were there. Famed Vogue photographer Lee Miller entered into the fray at the start of the war, and she’ll soon be the subject of an upcoming biopic, courtesy of Kate Winslet.
American adaptations of successful foreign films will never go out of style (though it’s always a crapshoot as to whether they’ll actually be any good or not). German Oscar contender Toni Erdmann is getting an American remake, courtesy of Kristen Wiig and Jack Nicholson, and now A Man Called Ove, the bestselling Swedish book adapted last year by Hannes Holm (and nominated for two Academy Awards), is getting remade courtesy of one Tom Hanks.
The only thing worse than evil clowns in the things-that-kids-are-supposed-to-like-but-are-actually-terrified-of genre is evil dolls, and the Child’s Play series pretty much has that one on lock. A few months ago we got our first look at the latest installment, Cult of Chucky, which promises even more scares from that orange-haired, rosy-cheeked bringer of terror. The good news is: you can stream it on Netflix next month.
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