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Star Trek 4 Is Back On, This Time From the Maker of Legion and Fargo

Kirk and Spock may be coming back to the big screen and from a very exciting filmmaker too. Read More >>

The Reboots Will Continue Until Morale Improves

The past decade has demonstrated that no matter how much the general public gripes about Hollywood being a wasteland for new ideas – an accusation that’s popular despite the fact that it isn’t exactly true – reboots are here to stay whether we like them or not. Studios have little to no reason to ever stop rebooting classic stories about heroes and villains that have already become enshrined in the pop culture canon. Read More >>

Arnold Schwarzenegger Doesn’t Care That Terminator: Dark Fate Ignores Previous Films He Was In

Any normal person might be angry if they were making a movie that straight-up ignored several previously-connected projects they’d worked on. Arnold Schwarzenegger is not a normal person. Read More >>

Terminator: Dark Fate’s Post-Judgment Day Future is Female, and We’re Here for It

Terminator: Dark Fate is an engaging story about three, tremendously powerful women. That’s it. That’s the review. (Ok, not really...) Read More >>

The New Terminator: Dark Fate Trailer is All About Family

We know why the Terminator wanted to kill Sarah Connor. We know why another wanted to kill John Connor. However, with a month left to release, we still don’t know what makes Dani Ramos (played by Natalia Reyes) equally special in Terminator: Dark Fate. Read More >>

Harbinger Switches Studios, Putting a Valiant Cinematic Universe in Question

Bloodshot then Harbinger. Bloodshot then Harbinger. That had been the plan to kick off a Valiant Cinematic Universe for years. And while Bloodshot starring Vin Diesel is in the can and on its way for a 2020 release, that second piece of the puzzle just went in another direction. Read More >>

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The Beautifully Dull Paradox of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, 40 Years Later

Forty years ago a landmark moment in Star Trek’s history arrived, in the form of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. It’s an important chapter in the series’ survival, the turning point from cancelled cult classic to enduring icon of science fiction. But there is a reason we remember The Motion Picture’s place in history more than we remember The Motion Picture: It’s boring as all hell. Read More >>

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Hey, Remember When Star Trek Did Galaxy’s Edge, 20 Years Before Star Wars?

Last week, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opened in Walt Disney World, bringing an unprecedented theme park experience to the citizens of Orlando, Florida. Eat the food and drink of a galaxy far, far away! Hop aboard an iconic Star Wars ship! Live in a fantastical world, populated by people in character, an immersive experience! It’s unlike anything we’ve seen before. Read More >>

The Former Flash Directors Make a Saving Throw for the Dungeons & Dragons Movie

The D&D movie rolls for initiative once more, but this time a new Dungeon Master is in charge. Well, Dungeon Masters. Read More >>

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Paramount Rejoins London Resort’s Fun-Provider Brand Roster

The bonkers-sounding London Resort theme park project that may well be the worst thing ever is still going ahead, its boss insists, with the Paramount empire agreeing once more to rejoin the scheme and provide the famous brands -- with a new and laughably optimistic launch date of 2024 being bandied about by revitalised backers. Read More >>

Kevin Hart and Paramount Are Developing a Remake of Scrooged, Which We Can All Agree is Very Necessary

When I think of movies I need to see again, with new actors and a slightly refreshed script, of course I think of the moderately charming late-’80s Bill Murray vehicle Scrooged. Do you – do you not? Read More >>

A Quiet Place Sequel Creeps Silently Toward a March 2020 Release Date

We don’t yet know the name of the sequel to A Quiet Place, but we know the silence will be falling down upon us a little earlier than expected. Read More >>

VFX Artists Explain What It Would Actually Take to Redo Sonic the Hedgehog

After the trailer for the Sonic the Hedgehog movie, it was like a million voices cried out in laughter, then were suddenly placated. The negative response to Sonic’s look prompted director Jeff Fowler to announce that the filmmakers were going back to the drawing board. But what does that mean, how long will it take, and is this all a marketing scam? We asked a couple of actual VFX artists to fill us in. Read More >>

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Report: Star Trek 4 Might Be Shelved

After years with no updates, in 2018 it seemed like the rebooted Star Trek movie franchise was getting back on track. Star Trek 4 was happening again, and the Trek movieverse’s first female director, S.J. Clarkson, was at the helm. Then, things reportedly got bad with regards to casting. Now, there’s a chance the whole project might be going down like the Enterprise in Star Trek: Generations. Or in Into Darkness. Or Beyond. Take your pick, actually. Read More >>

Meet Bumblebee’s Triple Changing Decepticons in 2 Exclusive Videos

Over the course of five live-action Michael Bay Transformers movies, fans have seen a good portion of the characters and oddities that make the franchise so popular. Hell, we’ve even seen the planet killer Unicron. But one thing we haven’t officially seen yet are triple-changers, Transformers that can change into more than two forms, and those are coming to the latest film in the franchise, the ‘80s-set prequel Bumblebee. Read More >>