Before Jeffrey Dahmer was one of America's most notorious serial killers, he was just an awkward teen. He collected road kill, had an obsession with the neighborhood jogger, made scenes at school, and his family life was a mess. But sometime in 1978, his behavior went from awkward to stone-cold killer. Based on the graphic novel by Derf Backderf, the film is slated for release this fall.
The cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast is — LEGOs? A morning meal fit for a minifig champion is prepared in this stop-motion short from BrickBros. Eggs and toast with jam are on the menu, all made from the finest bricks.
Imagine The Office — in space. Assigned to a middling exploration vessel, Captain Ed Mercer assembles a middling crew, with the exception of his first officer who happens to be his ex-wife. Along with the thrill of new planets and life forms, the joy of being trapped in a tin-can at the speed of light and learning how to get along is the most rewarding discovery. Created by and starring Seth MacFarlane, The Orville premieres fall 2017.
For their next brick blockbuster, Warner Bros. is going ninja. The film takes place in Ninjago City, where Master Builder Lloyd and a group of secret ninja warriors — led by Master Wu — try to take down the evil warlord Garmadon, who also happens to be Lloyd's deadbeat dad. The voice cast includes Dave Franco, Justin Theroux, Fred Armisen, Olivia Munn, and Jackie Chan, and is slated for release September 22, 2017.
With 28 medals, Michael Phelps is the most decorated Olympian of all time. Considering all but 5 are gold, it's hard to find a worthy opponent for the swimmer. But Phelps may have met his match when he went head-to-head with a Great White for a Shark Week special. Okay, so it wasn't an actual Great White. Instead, a simulated version created using data from the real thing faced off against Phelps in a 100-meter race, ensuring no animals or humans were harmed in the process.
The father of the zombie film never intended to be the father of the zombie film — it just worked out that way. When George Romero made Night of the Living Dead, it was a post-apocalyptic movie that just happened to have zombies. And the rest, as they, is history. Ryan Hollinger digs up the details on accidental history of one of films favorite monsters.
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Between starring in feature films, an HBO series, and giving rock bottoms, Dwayne Johnson is a pretty busy man. But not too busy to take on a few more ventures. With some help from Siri, The Rock checks off his "Life Goals" list one intergalactic selfie at a time.
They've saved cities, planets, galaxies — but can they save the universe from the end of everything? Marvel goes slightly buddy cop in Thor: Ragnarok, with the god of thunder and protector of man teaming up with a man — albeit a man with two personalities. Loki and Valkyrie join with Thor and the Hulk to thwart Hela, goddess of death, played by Cate Blanchett. Thor: Ragnarok comes to theaters November 3, 2017.
Marvel takes four heroes from four shows — Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Daredevil, and Iron Fist — and brings them all together in what might be peak Marvel. New York City needs saving against Sigourney Weaver of all people, so it's going take all four to get the job done, personal issues among them be damned. The Defenders premieres on Netflix August 18, 2017.
There's some cleaning up to be done at Westworld yet — and whether humans or robots do the cleaning is anyone's guess. The trailer for season two of HBO's Westworld leaves the plot suitably murky, but there are a certain black-hatted villain and a familiar player piano who will definitely be making appearances. Westworld to airwaves in 2018.
Based on Ernest Cline's best-selling novel, the first look at Ready Player One is Spielberg at his best. The sci-fi heavy feature takes us to a dystopian 2045 where the only escape from the depressing reality is a virtual reality — the OASIS. Starring Tye Sheridan, Olivia Cooke, Ben Mendelsohn, Mark Rylance, Simon Pegg, and T. J. Miller, the film is slated for release March 30, 2018.
Probably the best thing to come out of Comic Con is our first look at season two of Stranger Things. It appears that Eleven and the whole gang is back (minus Barb of course) and judging from the Ghostbusters costumes, there will be no shortage of glorious 80s sci-fi references. Catch back up with the residents of Hawkins, Indianan and how they're dealing with the aftermath of the Upside Down when the series returns for streaming October 27, 2017.
Shortly after the events of Batman v Superman, Bruce Wayne and Diana Prince set out to assemble the ultimate team of superheroes for Zack Snyder's second DC film. The pair will try to woo the likes of Aquaman, Cyborg, and The Flash to help save humanity from Steppenwolf and the Parademons, which is sure to bring plenty of action and CGI destruction. Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, and Gal Gadot return and are joined by Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, and Ray Fisher when the League unites November 17, 2017.
The gang is about to embark on their eighth season and it seems the zombies have become the least of their worries. With an impending war with the Saviors, visions of armored survivors and Bay-worthy explosions fill this five-minute super trailer, set to one of Rick's signature pep talks. We're all going to have to wait until the October 22nd premiere to find out the true meaning of that cryptic ending.
In a world of fast communication, fast food, and being always connected, the philosophy of sushi stands as a counterpoint to modern life. Chef Daisuke Nakazawa is a former apprentice of famous sushi master Jiro Ono, and like Jiro treats sushi as more than a meal. Nakazawa takes you through the preparation of his sushi as an artist at the top of his craft.
If you thought Jigsaw was dead, you thought wrong. Because it's always the right time for a reboot, Dr. Gordon is at it again, trapping people in puzzles with lots of sharp objects that usually lead to being dead. Jigsaw comes to theaters October 27, 2017.
Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson meet up outside the Marvel Universe, and it looks like there's going to be plenty of action, comedy, and Motherf*ckers. The former is sent as a bodyguard for the latter in a strange world where Samuel L. Jackson needs protection. Yeah, he doesn't think so either. That's why Reynolds ends up chasing Jackson through a series of gunfire, car chases, and explosions, all set to Whitney Houston's "'I Will Always Love You." Also starring Gary Oldman and Salma Hayek, the modern-day Bodyguard is slated for release August 18, 2017.
Being an astronaut is hard — but now you don't have to worry about doing all that work. Google now gives you a Street View look at the entire International Space Station. From hallways to windows and even the bathroom, you can experience life 249 miles above the Earth.
Netflix's newest feature film imagines a Los Angeles where humans, orcs, and elves all live in harmony. Well, not exactly harmony because Will Smith and his partner Joel Edgerton police the city, trying to keep all of these mythical creatures in line. Headed by Suicude Squad director David Ayer, the film is set for streaming December 22, 2017.
John Boyega has been a busy man. With two Star Wars films under his belt, he's now joining the Jaeger Uprising. In the first glimpse at the Pacific Rim sequel, the Jaeger corps is recruiting new pilots for their alien-fighting machines. Rinko Kikuchi, Charlie Day and Burn Gorman will reprise their rose along with newcomers John Boyega, Scott Eastwood, Cailee Spaeny and Jing Tian. Directed by Steven S. DeKnight, the film is scheduled for release February 23, 2018.
If it's on the screen, it probably isn't real. But that doesn't mean it takes a less talented group of people to make the magic happen. Honda celebrates the creativity and work it takes to bring a dream from the brain to the screen in this short film.
Alright alright alright. Yup. Mmmhmm. Throw in a few punches and some intense, inward-looking monologues, and you have enough McConaugheyisms to fill a supercut. Grab your Big Hug Mug and settle in for some of the best quirks in the history of acting.
The headquarters of the Kingsmen has been destroyed and the world is in need of saving — again. Our hero Eggsy and the rest of the independent international spies are going to need some help this time, and they find it across the Atlantic. The Statesmen, a spy agency from the US with a very similar history to their British counterparts, joins the Kingsmen to rescue the globe from their common enemy. All-star doesn't even begin to describe the cast, with Julianne Moore, Jeff Bridges, Channing Tatum, Halle Berry, Sir Elton John, Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, and Mark Strong in an amazing ensemble. Kingsmen: The Golden Circle comes to theaters September 22, 2017.
Director Chris Nolan's WWII epic Dunkirk is the biggest 70mm release in 25 years. Just as the days of large format film seemed to be on the verge of disappearing, directors like Tarantino and Nolan have brought it back. Nolan himself explains why shooting in 70mm was critical to his creative vision for Dunkirk, and how the effect is like "virtual reality without the goggles." Dunkirk releases in the US July 19, 2017.
In June of 2013, a wildfire broke out in Yarnell, Arizona. It was the deadliest wildfire the US has seen in over 20 years, claiming the lives of 19 members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots. In this biopic, director Joseph Kosinski will tell the true story of the elite team of firefighters that fought the flames and ultimately lost their lives in the process. Starring Josh Brolin, Miles Teller, Jeff Bridges, and Taylor Kitsch, the film is slated for release October 20, 2017.
During the Cold War, a lonely janitor stumbles upon a secret government project — a merman being held in captivity. An unlikely friendship ensues that threatens them both when Elisa, the janitor, tries to help him escape. From director Guillermo De Toro, The Shape of Water stars Sally Hawkins and Michael Shannon. The film comes to theaters December 8, 2017.
In theory, it's a great idea — towing a massive plastic dock out into the waves to eliminate paddling out. In practice, it's extremely dangerous. Stab Magazine and a crew of Volcom surfers went to Bali to try it out, and despite the risk, everyone came out fine — and had a great time. Read more at Stab.
A killer is decapitating his victims and leaving a strange calling card at the scene of the crimes — snowmen. Investigator Harry Hole discovers the link between the murders and begins a cat-and-mouse hunt for the person responsible. Based on the Harry Hole novels by Norwegian author Jo Nesbø, The Snowman stars Rebecca Ferguson, Michael Fassbender, Val Kilmer, and comes to theaters October 20, 2017.