DON’T LOOK UP tells the story of two low-level astronomers who must go on a giant media tour to warn mankind of an approaching comet that will destroy planet Earth. Written and Directed by Adam McKay.
Adam McKay continues on his run of witty, slightly depressing farces mocking the world we live in, and the possibilities there-in.
If nothing else, it’s nice to see Jennifer Lawrence making a movie where she actively seems to be engaged again.
Don’t Look Up hits theaters on December 10, with it arriving on Netflix on December 24, 2021.
“The Book of Boba Fett,” a thrilling Star Wars adventure teased in a surprise end-credit sequence following the Season 2 finale of “The Mandalorian,” finds legendary bounty hunter Boba Fett and mercenary Fennec Shand navigating the galaxy’s underworld when they return to the sands of Tatooine to stake their claim on the territory once ruled by Jabba the Hutt and his crime syndicate.
Oh boy do I love this.
Lucasfilm applying the Marvel Studios formula of, “What if [genre] but superheroes?” but instead of superheroes, using Star Wars means that we’re getting a mob series built around Boba Fett and a shit-ton of dudes in alien prosthetics.
I get the feeling all of this footage is from the first episode or two, so not a lot of spoilers here, just good vibes.
Very much looking forward to it!
The Book of Boba Fett hits Disney+ on December 29, 2021.
Check out a brand-new trailer for Disney and Pixar’s “Lightyear,” an original feature film releasing June 17, 2022. The sci-fi action-adventure presents the definitive origin story of Buzz Lightyear—the hero who inspired the toy—introducing the legendary Space Ranger who would win generations of fans.
Chris Evans lends his voice to Buzz. Annie Award-winning director and veteran Pixar animator Angus MacLane helms “Lightyear.” Galyn Susman produces.
I have to say, since this project was announced, I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect from a Buzz Lightyear Origin film, but this first look makes me feel pretty damn optimistic about the potential of this film.
Way back when Pixar was winding down their contract with Disney in the mid-00’s, they were working on a slate of movies which were supposed to push the envelope of what their movies could be. Those ended up being Ratatoullie, Wall-E, and Up.
The rumor was, had Disney not made the massive deal with them they did, that Pixar would try to push the perception of what an animated movie could be forward with a more mature project.
I hesitate to use the word “mature” here, as we’re definitely going to have some elements for the whole family (here comes a toy of that cat to ShopDisney.com), but the leap forward in tone and visual storytelling is very clear here.
Also, I’m super hyped for Angus McLane to get to finally direct a film solo. He was always a standout in the DVD extras of Pixar films, and he’s also a pretty damn great LEGO builder too.
In short? I’m in.
Lightyear hits theaters on June 17, 2022.
Freshly premiered on YouTube, a whopping 18 years after the original trilogy ended, we now have a look at the unexpected fourth installment of The Matrix — The Matrix Resurrections.
Clearly, some things have changed from when we last saw Neo and crew.
Why is Neo (Keanu Reeves) taking blue pills? Why doesn’t Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) recognize him? How’d he end up back in the Matrix? What’s with Young Morpheus (played by Watchmen’s Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) and hell yeah, look at Jessica Henwick (Iron Fist) getting more work!
What I can say is that Lana Wachowski is bringing her incredible eye for visuals and innovative action to the forefront, as this looks absolutely gorgeous and incredible.
Bring on December 22nd. Theaters, HBO Max, wherever I gotta go, I’m there for this one.
I haven’t been this hyped on The Matrix for nearly TWO DECADES.
Hitting earlier tonight with early screenings of F9: The Fast Saga, we’ve finally got a look at the first of two sequels to the David Gordon Green Halloween reboot/sequel.
Goddamn, this looks violent, gory, and to use an overused term, epic. I love how the scale and scope seems to have pulled together the entirety of Haddonfield into the legacy of Michael Meyers.
I just hope that the score has a banger as dope as this one from the 2018 edition.