Formerly called Bastards, Owen Wilson and Ed Helms set out on a country-wide manhunt — for their father. After learning their entire life was based on a lie, the twin brothers set out to find who their biological father is, with a list of prospects that includes J.K. Simmons, Christopher Walken, and Terry Bradshaw. Also starring Glen Close and Ving Rhames, the directorial debut from the The Hangover cinematographer Lawrence Sher is slated for release December 22, 2017.
Pointillism, BBC's Blue Planet, and Radiohead's track "Bloom" from The King of Limbs all come together in a wild mashup of influences. Composer Hans Zimmer and Radiohead collaborated on a remix of "Bloom" that features in Blue Planet II, the follow-up to 2001's Blue Planet. Vox talked to Zimmer and Radiohead to find out what inspired them to radically recreate a track that took its inspiration from the original Blue Planet.
It's one of the greatest romances on TV — or at least the most 80s. The story of Steve and Nancy starts like so many other young, high school relationships in small towns across the US until Nancy ends up in an alternate dimension fighting something unleashed by a secret government project. This trailer reimagines one the best subplots of Stranger Things as its own show.
When a dictator dies, it leaves some huge shoes to fill. It's 1953 and Joesph Stalin has died. The Communist Party is in disarray as to what to do about filling the newly vacant position — and they go about in the most inefficient way possible. The Death of Stalin takes the stereotype of the unwieldy Communist bureaucracy to its blackly comedic extreme. Starring Steve Buscemi and Jeffrey Tambor, the movie releases in September 2017.