Defying all conventional logic and reasoning, an insanely talented cast including Michael Shannon, Ian McShane, Christina Hendricks and Ron Perlman were all somehow convinced to appear in what looks like a strange/terrible Hallmark/Freeform Christmas movie that includes, among other things, Michael Shannon being mistaken for Bigfoot.
Ryan Gosling’s unnamed driver offers up his services in 5 minute windows in LA until he get drawn too deep into the life of his next door neighbor and comes into the crosshairs of some ruthless gangster.
Based on his book of the same name, Guillermo Del Toro is bringing the world of trolls to Netflix with Trollhunters, where regular teen Jim Lake Jr (Anton Yelchin) becomes the defender of both human and troll kind when he becomes the keeper of an ancient and powerful amulet.
Decades before Harry and the gang attended Hogwarts, the author of one of their textbooks, Newt Scarmander (Eddie Redmayne) was traveling the globe finding magical creatures but a bunch of them are unleashed on New York City in next year’s Harry Potter spin-off, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Bryan Cranston is producing and starring in a new Crackle series from the Robot Chicken team, SuperMansion, where Cranston plays the crotchety superhero Titanium Rex, leader of the League of Freedom superhero team.
Dolph Lundgren and Tony Jaa team up to take down a cartel of sex traffickers in the upcoming action movie, Skin Trade, which also co-stars Michael Jai White, Ron Perlman, Peter Weller, Carey-Hiroyuki Tagawa and Celina Jade.
Defending the Earth from various demonic and supernatural threats is BPRD’s greatest field agent, Hellboy.
With Guillermo Del Toro producing, The Book of Life brings an animated take on the Day of the Dead to theaters this October.
After tons of fan demand, Guillermo Del Toro has unleashed the kick ass footage of Pacific Rim he brought to Wondercon last month and you can check it out here.
Danny Trejo stars as a stylized version of Internet folk hero Epic Beard Man in next year’s “Bad Ass”, co-starring Ron Perlman and Charles S. Dutton.