Ken Block might be semi-retired, but the Hoonicorn is most definitely not. The 1,400 horsepower AWD Mustang now sports a paddle-shift transmission, new livery, and a few computer tweaks to make it even faster. To see how it runs, the team put it up against U.S. Nationals NHRA champion Alex Laughlin and his 4,000 horsepower C6 Corvette drag car.
After a surprise teaser in The Mandalorian season two end credits, Disney+ is revealing the first full look at the Boba Fett series. The show stars Temuera Morrison as the galaxy's legendary bounty hunter and Ming-Na Wen and his trusted partner Fennec Shand as they aim to take control of the former territory of Jabba the Hutt. The Book of Boba Fett is slated for release on December 29, 2021.
Joel Coen is going solo with The Tragedy of Macbeth. For his first film without his brother's involvement, the writer and director is taking on Shakespeare's iconic tale of murder and madness. Starring Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand as Lord and Lady Macbeth, the black and white film will premiere in theaters on December 25, 2021, and Apple TV+ on January 14, 2022.
This prologue for the next installment of the Jurassic World does a little world-building for the upcoming film, showing dinosaurs living their best prehistoric life. Fast forward 65 million or so years, and a team is tracking a T-Rex as it wanders into a drive-in movie theater. The short won't be featured in the film when it releases June 10, 2022, but showcases several new species of dinos never seen in the Jurassic Park franchise.
In 2019, filmmaker Morgan Cooper created a gritty reimagining of the classic 90's sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Nearly four years later, a new series inspired by the viral video is coming to Peacock. The show will reimagine Will's transition from life on the streets of West Philadelphia to the West Coast in modern-day America with a more dramatic lens. Jabari Banks will sit on the throne of the upcoming reboot while original star Will Smith steps in on the production side. Bel-Air will begin streaming in 2022.
This is one movie you don't want to gather the family 'round the TV to watch — because Santa has some problems. Namely, Sarah Silverman is bringing politics to the North Pole and gunning for the top job. Starring Silverman and Seth Rogan, Santa Inc. comes to HBO Max December 2nd. NSFW.