Having escaped from the Delos parks, Dolores puts a plan into motion in the real world while Maeve is tasked by a villainous new Delos executive to track down and kill Dolores in the upcoming third season of Westworld.
Netflix gave nerds everywhere a bunch of Valentine’s Day presents, include the first tease of Stranger Things Season 4, the trailer for Castlevania Season 3 and the reveal of the ridiculous voice cast assembled for Kevin Smith’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation.
When her father slaughters her siblings in a horribly “game” of revenge, Miriam DeKalb accepts an offer from a supernatural entity to travel back in time and try to stop her father and save her siblings in the upcoming animated horror movie, To Your Last Death.
A24 and director David Lowery put a new spin on the classic Arthurian tale of Sir Gawain with this summer’s The Green Knight.
The director of The Raid, The Raid 2 and Apostle is back for a new action/crime series coming to Sky in the UK and Cinemax in the US, Gangs of London, where the son of a murdered crime boss goes on a vengeance fueled rampage to find those responsible.
The sequel to a Russian movie from 2014 called Forbidden Kingdom, The Iron Mask aka Journey to China: The Mystery of Iron Mask features Jackie Chan and Arnold Schwarzenegger finally facing off while Jason Flemyng plays a cartographer who travels to The Great Wall and helps fight off an evil sorceress and her dragon.
After being pushed from its original release date last summer due to numerous controversies, The Hunt is back and coming out in March as Blumhouse and Damon Lindelof put a new spin on The Most Dangerous Game.
After the truly terrible Jigsaw, Chris Rock stepped up to produce and co-star in a “re-imagining” of the Saw franchise with this summer’s Spiral, which co-stars Samuel L. Jackson.
The ninth chapter in “The Fast Saga” arrives on May 22nd as Dom and the crew face off against Dom’s evil brother Jakob Torretto, played by John Cena, who has seemingly teamed up with the diabolical Cipher to threaten the world while exacting revenge.
Following in the wake of the more recent, R rated, DC Animated films, WB Animation is going back to the original Mortal Kombat with this spring’s Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge animated film.