The crew of the Covenant are on the first long term colonization mission in human history but the planet they arrive on is full of old and new versions of the deadly Xenomorphs in the upcoming Alien: Covenant.
Netflix’s upcoming documentary tells the story of five legendary Hollywood directors who enlisted in World War II and documented the horrors and triumphs of the war for the audiences back home.
Following up Snowpiercer, Bong Joon-Ho returns to similar ground as his monster movie The Host with Okja, where the titular creature and a young girl bond and try to escape an evil corporation led by Tilda Swinton.
March seems more like a summer month than a spring one, at least as far as the box office, as huge movies like Logan, Kong: Skull Island and Beauty and the Beast are all coming out.
Riding high on some of the best reviews of the last few months, Jordan Peele’s directorial debut Get Out took the top spot at the box office with $30.5 million while the two other new releases were epic bombs.
Ranger Talion and his Elf wraith companion Celebrimbor return in Middle-Earth: Shadow of War, looking to use a new Ring of Power to take down Sauron and his evil forces in Mordor.
Will Smith is an LAPD officer in a fantastical Los Angeles populated with creatures like elves and orcs in the upcoming Netflix movie from David Ayer (and co-written by Ayer and Max Landis), Bright.
One of two songs nominated for Best Original Song from La La Land, City of Stars managed to take the prize as one of La La Land’s six Oscars.
La La Land didn’t dominate quite as thoroughly as predicted going into the Oscars but it still took home 6 awards but Moonlight won Best Picture after perhaps the greatest mistake in the show’s history wrongfully had Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway declaring La La Land the winner first thanks to the wrong card in the envelope.
The Batman finally confirms a director, Nightwing is getting is own movie, more additions to The Predator, a ton of TV premiere dates and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.