A franchise has to be pretty damn special to have a trilogy of Drew Struzan posters. There’s Star Wars (twice), Back to the Future, Indiana Jones, and maybe one or two others (such as Police Academy, if you can believe it). That’s quite the list—and now, you can add How to Train Your Dragon to it.
When the news you are about to read landed online, io9 writer James Whitbrook broke into song...
Drew Struzan is the name of names when it comes to movie posters and has been for decades. So, in the early ’80s, when he was asked to come up with concepts for a little Ridley Scott movie called Blade Runner, it certainly made sense.
We all feel like immortals when it comes to discussing a new Highlander. It’s been over a decade (though it might as well be centuries) since we first caught wind of the proposed remake of the 1986 cult movie, with names like Ryan Reynolds, Justin Lin, and even Tom Cruise floated at various points.
One thing fans rarely get to do with their favorite movies is visit the actual sets. Mostly that’s because they were built in a far-off, secluded film studio and destroyed before the movie even came out. But the idea of making that experience possible for fans is one of the seeds that breathed life into Alita: Battle…
Imagine sitting down for a movie. You don’t know what that movie is but when it’s over you realize you’ve been watching a secret sequel to one of your favorite movies of all time. That’s what happened to me when I first saw M. Night Shyamalan’s Split, and it was one of the best experiences I’ve ever had in a movie…
Admit it: As you moved your way through Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, you wondered what your friends chose. Now, Netflix has begun to let us know.
We love that Riverdale is so regularly bonkers that at any point, the show can just up and do a musical episode. Last year, it was Carrie. This year, we now know it’s Heathers.
The best possible way to prepare for Glass is to watch its predecessors: Unbreakable and Split. Those two films, both written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, are fantastic examples of why he’s one of our most interesting, and polarizing, filmmakers.
Few actresses can follow Anjelica Huston, but Anne Hathaway is going to try. The Oscar winner just closed a deal to star as the Grand High Witch in Robert Zemeckis’ adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Witches.
The world has barely had half a day to digest the news that Jason Reitman is making a new Ghostbusters movie, but there’s already a teaser.
Things are not as they seem at a mysterious school where young girls are taught how to be “clean.”
When something goes terribly wrong on a long trip to Mars, two women will go head to head to figure out the best way to survive.
If I were 10 years old, The Kid Who Would Be King would be my favorite movie. I’d watch it every day, twice on Sunday, run wild with a fake sword, and pretend to save the world with my friends. As an adult, the film didn’t have quite that impact on me but it’s easy to recognize its earnest joyfulness that taps into…
It’s off to Europe and a date with Mysterio in the first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home, which has arrived at last!
There’s a lot of great stuff coming in 2019, but few things have us as curious as The Twilight Zone reboot. On one hand, it’s an iconic franchise that could lose some of its luster by coming back. On the other hand, the more we hear about it, the better it sounds. In case you’ve missed all that’s going on around the…
The sixth Mission: Impossible film, Fallout, may have been the franchise’s best yet. And now the man primarily responsible for that success (the man who isn’t named Tom Cruise, that is) is coming back for not one, but two more missions.
No one watches a Halloween movie and thinks, “You know? I think Michael Myers is too deranged.” But if this deleted scene was kept in the recent movie, there’s a chance that could’ve happened. io9 is excited, and a little bit terrified, to exclusively debut the scene.
After a brief hiatus, Star Wars Resistance returned Sunday night with an episode that felt largely removed from the massively consequential trailer released last week. However, one smaller moment did stand out to me as important.
You’re a Vermont book publisher who owns the rights to a well-known series of books. A new movie on Netflix uses the general concept for the books. Do you wish to sue them?