The Fox era of X-Men comes to a lackluster end after almost 20 years as Dark Phoenix is a boring, lifeless rehash of prior X-Men movie plots and character motivations.
The X-Men franchise comes to an underwhelming finale (according to critics) with Dark Phoenix this weekend while Secret Life of Pets 2 and Late Night also arrive in theaters.
Phillip Pullman’s beloved and complex fantasy trilogy gets another shot at an adaptation with a new HBO series coming later this year starring Dafne Keene, Lin-Manuel Miranda, James McAvoy, Clarke Peters, and Ruth Wilson.
The grown members of the Losers Club reunite back in their hometown of Derry, ME to try and stop the demonic Pennywise once and for all in the upcoming IT: Chapter Two.
Jean Grey’s latent powers are unleashed in what is most likely the final chapter of the Fox X-Men saga, Dark Phoenix, arriving in June this summer.
The third entry in what’s now a trilogy, Glass brings together the characters of Unbreakable and Split as David Dunn, Mr. Glass, and Kevin Wendell Crumb find themselves in a mental asylum run by Dr. Staple, who tries to convince the trio they do not have superpowers but are simply suffering from a mental delusion.
Although it didn’t quite meet the studio’s predictions, Glass took the top spot at the box office with M. Night’s third-best opening of all time and, surprisingly, the best ever opening for Bruce Willis.
The only wide release this weekend is the long-anticipated Unbreakable/Split cross-over, Glass, but the critical response has not been great.
2019 kicks off, as usual, with horror with Escape Room, Keanu trying to clone his family in Replicas and the highly anticipated Unbreakable/Split crossover, Glass, along with a bunch of other movies.
Richard Adams’ surprisingly violent tale of a colony of rabbits searching for a new home gets a new adaptation on BBC One this Christmas, with an all-star cast including James McAvoy, John Boyega, Gemma Arterton, Peter Capaldi, Taron Egerton, Ben Kingsley and more.