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.
The first movie from The Rock arrives in theaters this weekend with the video game adaptation Rampage along with the wide release of the latest from Wes Anderson, Blumhouse’s new horror entry and few other movies.
The new Tomb Raider arrives in theaters this weekend along with three other new releases, although only one of the four is rated Fresh by the critics.
The first month of 2018 closes out with the conclusion of the Maze Runner series and the re-teaming of Christian Bale and director Scott Cooper for the western Hostiles.
Sent to investigate a distress signal on Mars, John Grimm and his squad find themselves up against mutated monsters and eventually, each other, in the movie version of Doom.
The premiere rescue team, International Rescue aka The Thunderbirds, are back this spring on ITV.
October kicks off with what seems like an amazingly bad Nicolas Cage movie, Left Behind, a possible Oscar contender with Gone Girl and the first horror movie of the season with Annabelle.
David Fincher is back with another dark, moody thriller with the adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl, with Ben Affleck starring as a seemingly perfect husband whose wife goes missing on their fifth wedding anniversary.
Clash of the Titans has become infamous for it’s terrible 3D conversion and it was a pretty terrible movie by itself. Can Wrath of the Titans improve on it or should the franchise be as dead as the Krakken?
No was exactly clamoring for a sequel to last year’s remake of Clash of the Titans but that’s what we’re getting next Spring as Sam Worthington’s Perseus is back to face off against the titular Titans and rescue Zeus from the Underworld.