You always knew Kate McKinnon was going to become a movie star. Since her early days on Saturday Night Live, up through her electric performance in Ghostbusters, she simply oozes talent and charisma. And now she'll blend those together for a movie produced by Steven Spielberg.
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Let's not kid ourselves here: You know what Rogue One is. You know it's the first stand-alone Star Wars film, and you know it's about the Rebels' attempt to steal the plans to the Death Star. But we've been waiting for this movie for so long that we thought we'd bring everything we know for certain together in one helpful location.
There are two interesting changes apparent in Alex Kurtzman's version of the classic Universal monster: The Mummy is a woman, and the character has a much darker-looking design than what we're used to. The reason for a lot of that, apparently, is because of what Apocalypse looked like in X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Earlier this year, you couldn't say the words "Rogue One" without hearing the word "reshoots". The fact the filmmakers were going back to remake large scenes of the movie sparked massive debate and controversy online. But now, after months of silence, the director of the film has finally given his side.
Fans of shows like Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow have probably wondered if those characters would ever make it to the big screen. Well the executive producer of those shows did just sign on to do a big Warner Bros. movie, but don't expect any superheroes. Just one super hungry plant.
There's been a lot of rumours surrounding just who Richard E. Grant's "mad scientist" villain in Logan could possibly be, ever since he was first cast. But now we know just who he'll be playing in the movie, and while it's a comic character, it's not who you think it is.
About a quarter of the way through the movie Battledream Chronicle, main character Syanna Meridian says that she and friends can no longer go to school because all their time is spent competing in digital deathmatches. If they don't earn 1000 XP every month for their oppressors, their lives get turned off.
Video: CineFix takes a deep look into the art of opening titles and analyses the different types that appear in movies, ranking the best of each kind. From simple text title cards, to the foreshadowing teasers that you don't realise spoil the movie until you re-watch it, to slick graphic designs and animated opening credits, to a deep look at a main character or an introduction to the movie's world, the best title sequences aren't just words on a screen meant to kill some time. They set the tone of the film and make you ready for the story you're about to see.
"Welcome to a new world of Gods and Monsters." That's the tagline for The Mummy, the 2017 Tom Cruise movie which just released its first trailer, and the statement is true in more ways than one. If all goes according to plan, The Mummy will be the first film in a new shared cinematic world filled with Universal Monsters.
Pixar only released one film in 2016, the hit Finding Dory, but next year they will release two: The sequel Cars 3 and the original film Coco, directed by Toy Story 3's Lee Unkrich. We've known Coco is about the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos for a while, but now we know the real heart of the story.
Almost everything we've seen from the upcoming Power Rangers movie has been about taking iconic imagery from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and making it look... weird. Some of that weird is pretty good. Some of it, less so. But now we know one awesome bit of the original show is making it over intact: The theme tune.