Fargo and Legion showrunner Noah Hawley makes his feature film debut later this year with Lucy in the Sky, where Natalie Portman plays an astronaut slowly losing her grip on reality when she returns to Earth from a long mission in space.
February closes out with a fresh sci-fi movie and a dark comedy and a not so fresh teen romantic drama.
Following up Ex Machina, director Alex Garland adapts Jeff Vandermeer’s Annihilation with Natalie Portman leading a team of women into “the shimmer”, an area effected by a mysterious phenomenon that is mutating the plants and animals within and preventing everyone and everything sent in from coming back out.
Natalie Portman joins an expedition into a mysterious environmental disaster zone in the follow up to Ex Machina by writer/director Alex Garland, Annihilation.
A professional hitman, Leon lives a solitary life until he reluctantly takes in 12 year old orphan Mathilde, who he begins to train as his protege to help her get revenge on the man who killed her family, corrupt DEA agent Norman Stansfield.
An extremely mixed bag of movies to close out the first month of 2016 with the latest Kung Fu Panda movie, a rescue drama, a western and a Fifty Shades parody.
Natalie Portman recruits a former flame to help her face off against a ruthless gang in the upcoming western, Jane Got A Gun.
Back in 2006, the “true” Natalie Portman was revealed when she dropped the gangsta rap classic “Natalie’s Rap” on SNL with The Lonely Island.
Thor: The Dark World is an excellent addition to the Marvel Cinematic universe and is not only easily the best Marvel movie this year, it’s one of the best overall , with incredible action mixed with great humor and interesting setups for the future of the universe.
Thor: The Dark World arrives in theaters this weekend to mixed reviews