A24 and director David Lowery put a new spin on the classic Arthurian tale of Sir Gawain with this summer’s The Green Knight.
Timothee Chalamet stars as Henry V in the upcoming Netflix historical drama The King, where the young king takes over after his father dies and has to deal with the war and palace politics left behind.
Four new movies arrive in theaters this weekend but none of them, even the much hyped A Wrinkle in Time, are fresh according to critics.
March kicks off with two brutal movies as Jennifer Lawrence is forced to become a Russian spy in Red Sparrow and Bruce Willis gets revenge for his family in the remake of Death Wish.
Trying to finalize a deal to sell their pharmaceutical company and the weed pill it produces, a pair of executives cut off their side deal with a Mexican drug kingpin, which leaves their mild mannered associate as a target while he’s in Mexico at the production plant.
Jennifer Lawrence plays a ballerina who is recruited by a secret Russian spy program called Sparrow School, who teaches her to use her body and mind to gain intelligence and kill targets in next year’s espionage thriller, Red Sparrow.
Will Smith stars as an LAPD officer in a Los Angeles populated with fantasy creatures who is partnered with the first ever Orc officer (Joel Edgerton) and the pair uncover a powerful artifact that draws the attention of some dangerous factions in December’s Netflix movie, Bright.
The Dark Universe gets off to an apparently not so great start this weekend along with two smaller, and better reviewed, movies.
The possible “real” inspiration for King Arthur, Artorius Castus leads a group of Roman cavalry who protect Hadrian’s Wall from the invading Saxons.
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.