Follow Margot Robbie down the rabbit hole in this dark look at the directorial debut for Vaughn Stein. Located in a neo-noir underworld, two hitmen, a dying teacher, a janitor, and a waitress with an unquenchable bloodlust are intertwined in the plot of a vengeful criminal mastermind. Also starring Simon Pegg, Mike Myers, Dexter Fletcher, and Max Irons, the film is set for release May 11, 2018.
Usually, you'd use aluminum foil to cook your food but here, the material has been repurposed to take on the prep side. Created by Kiwami Japan, the unconventional knife maker layers sheets of foil and sands it within an inch of its life to create a makeshift blade that MacGyver himself would be proud of.
The second season of The Handmaid's Tale appears to be even darker than the first. In the chilling first trailer, you catch bleak glimpses of Offred, Moira, and a dystopian United States run by the Republic of Gilead as the series departs from the Margaret Atwood novel. The now award-winning series and its star Elisabeth Moss is set to return to Hulu April 25, 2018.
The Black Mirror episode USS Callister stands apart for a variety of reasons — its epic scope, introduction of the antagonist, and referencing a classic episode of The Twilight Zone. Lessons From the Screenplay breaks down USS Callister and the new direction it points to for a modern TV classic.
When he was diagnosed with ALS in 1963, Stephen Hawking was given a few years to live. He lived for another 55 years, making huge contributions to the understanding of our universe while being trapped in a failing body. This is a tribute to one of the most amazing people in modern history, in the man's own words.
Jason Sudeikis, Ed Harris, and Elizabeth Olsen on a cross-country journey to Kansas is a road trip we want to tag along for. The trio hit the road to go to the last remaining Kodachrome processor to develop Harris' final four rolls of film. Due to his poor health, he enlists his assistant and his estranged son to tag along. The film is slated for release April 20, 2018, on Netflix.