She's thinking of ending things. Despite her reservations about her new relationship, she accompanies him on a trip to his parents' house — where she will question everything she thinks she knows about time, the world, and herself. From Charlie Kaufman, I'm thinking of ending things is based on the novel by Ian Reid and stars Jessie Buckley, Jesse Plemons, and comes to Netflix September 4, 2020.
Mother and Father are two androids programmed to protect and raise the new children of humanity to repopulate a strange planet after the destruction of Earth. The colony soon develops religious differences, pitting Mother and Father against each other and the factions they control. The brainchild of Ridley Scott, Raised By Wolves premieres on HBO Max September 3, 2020.
Rising out of the ashes of the Detroit riots when rock was undergoing a total makeover, Creem had a meteoric rise from underground rag to a national name rivaling the likes of Rolling Stone. Publisher Barry Kramer and legendary writer Lester Bangs made Creem one of the most unique publications in American history — and its fall was just as sudden. Watch how it all happened in Creem: America's Only Rock 'N' Roll Magazine, coming to theaters and streaming August 7.
The act of turning your head is a simple, basic motion — and something that has become a painstaking process for motion designer Duncan Robinson. Robinson takes movie posters and compiles them into an animation that gives the illusion of each star turning their head, set to a dreamy synth-wave soundtrack.
Manned space flight is back in the US thanks to SpaceX and the Crew Dragon. The second demonstration vehicle, Crew Demo-2, made a successful splashdown on August 2, 2020 with astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley after autonomously docking with the International Space Station.
53 athletes, 24 sports, and one message — you can't stop us. Coinciding with the return of the NBA, Nike's latest spot puts a spotlight on superstars and everyday players. Here's to the return of sports.