George Clooney stars and directs the sci-fi, post-apocalyptic Netflix movie The Midnight Sky as a scientist in the Arctic who is desperately trying to contact the crew of a space mission who are unaware of the apocalyptic climate shift that has occured on Earth since they left.
Robert Zemeckis brings a new spin to Roald Dahl’s The Witches later this month on HBO Max, with Anne Hathaway starring as the evil Grand High Witch.
35 years before Denzel Washington faced off with John Travolta in the 2009 remake, the original 1974 classic The Taking of Pelham One Two Three featured Walter Matheau trying to outmaneuver Robert Shaw as a hostage situation on the subway grips New York City.
Tom Hanks returns to battle in World War 2 as Commander Ernest Krause, who finds his first command of 37 Allied ships making their way to England under attack by German U-boats in 1942.
Harrison Ford stars in the latest adaptation of Jack London’s iconic novel The Call of the Wild playing outdoorsman/prospector John Thornton, who takes in a dog named Buck and the pair experience many adventures in the wilderness of the Yukon during the Gold Rush.
After she learns that the plane crash that killed her family wasn’t an accident, Stephanie Patrick seeks revenge on the people responsible in next year’s thriller, The Rhythm Section.
The collected stories of Alvin Schwartz and the horrifically great art by Stephen Gammell come to life in August with Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark from director André Øvredal and producer Guillermo Del Toro.
Guillermo Del Toro and director Andre Ovredal are bringing the classic horror story collections, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, to the big screen to terrify audiences this coming August.