The 2017 adaptation of Stephen King's horror masterpiece was a surprise hit. Here's everything we know about its upcoming sequel.
Review: The Wall (2017)
Although Taylor-Johnson is the star of this film, John Cena and Laith Nakli round out the cast of this new take on the War film brilliantly.
Review: Origin Wars (2016)
Origin Wars is impressive in ambition and concept, but lacking in actuality.
Video: 5 Best Sword-Fights in Movies
There's nothing like the sound of steel on steel.
Review: Paterson (2016)
A great cast and a brilliant auteur with a dada-esque contempt for narrative.
Review: Marco Polo: Season 2 (2016)
Marco Polo is an interesting show. And that's pretty much all you can say about it.
Anton Yelchin, 1989 – 2016
Anton Yelchin, born March 11th, 1989 in Leningrad, Russia, died suddenly early Sunday morning in a car accident at his house in California.
No More True Detective?
Time may be a flat circle but it could very well be up for Nic Pizzolatto's anthology series.
Russell Crowe in talks to join Blood Meridian
One of the great unfilmable books is finally being filmed - and Vincent D'Onofrio and Ryan Reynolds are going to be in it!
Alice Vikander is the Tomb Raider
Oscar winner bags the role of Lara Croft from competitors such as Emilia Clarke and Daisy Ridley.
Aml Ameen Leaves Netflix’s Sense8.
And no one will tell us why.
The Doctor’s New Assistant is in.
And she makes some good points about the Daleks.
Luke Cage, Iron Fist and The Defenders News Round Up
A Tribe Called Quest’s Ali Shaheed Muhammed to Score ‘Luke Cage,' info for Iron Fist, and Showrunners announced for The Defenders.
Review: When Marnie Was There (2014)
Studio Ghibli's latest and possibly last film impresses with its excellent direction, dubbing, writing and music. Were you expecting anything different?
Channing Tatum joins Kingsmen: The Golden Circle
Caesar actor joins sequel to Matthew Vaughn's comic book adaption
Ian Bailey's Comments
- I think that might have been Dan's handiwork. I'm 69% sure I wrote 'trilogy.' Fifty Shades of Grey to get trilogy treatment
- I'd agree with that, yes. But I think the best place for any film critic, if they want to learn from Ebert's style, is to go take a look at his site and his reviews, and see how he did it. Review: Life Itself (2014)