April kicks off with critically acclaimed new entries in the horror and comedy genres and two dramas based on true events.
The Dark Universe gets off to an apparently not so great start this weekend along with two smaller, and better reviewed, movies.
September kicks off with the sci-fi thriller Morgan up against the adaptation of the romantic novel The Light Between Oceans.
A group of scientists create a genetically engineered girl named Morgan and, if you couldn’t guess, things go bad in the upcoming thriller Morgan, starring The Witch’s Anna Taylor-Joy and Kate Mara.
Kate Mara plays a corporate troubleshooter sent in to a top secret facility to investigate an accident involving an AI being named Morgan (Anna Taylor-Joy).
The first of the big fall dramas is here this weekend with Black Mass while the Maze Runner saga continues with The Scorch Trials.
Is the new Fantastic Four really as bad as everyone is saying? Find out in our review.
Matt Damon needs to figure out how to survive alone on Mars in the first trailer for The Martian.
Reed Richards, Sue Storm, Johnny Storm and Ben Grimm are part of a mission to explore another dimension but their mission ends with them gaining strange new powers in Fox’s upcoming reboot of the Fantastic Four.
After being radio silent almost since the movie was announced, we finally have our first look at Chronicle director Josh Trank’s reboot of the Fantastic Four.