At this point it seems like a done deal that Neill Blomkamp is making a new Alien movie as his follow-up to this week’s Chappie. And it also seems like a done deal that Sigourney Weaver, the star of all four previous Alien movies, will be joining him to reprise her role as Ellen Ripley. But Blomkamp’s said he envisions his film connecting directly to Alien and Aliens, and the concept art he put on Instagram that sparked all this mishegas included images of Ripley alongside Hicks, the Space Marine played by Michael Biehn in Aliens. Does that mean Biehn will be back for Blomkamp’s Alien as well?
The Walking Dead made a shocking return to suburbia this Sunday, as Rick and co. struggled to “Remember” the world behind the walls of Alexandria. The group seems to have settled in for the moment, but is Sasha already starting to “Forget,” judging by the first clip from next Sunday’s installment?
The Walking Dead season 5 brings its 12th episode to life with Sunday's “Remember,” as the group meets the inhabitants of Alexandria, and Rick begins to question how well they can adjust to the new circumstances.
Of all the most intricate designs in film history, the hedge maze from Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining stands out—not only is it a beautiful and intimidating design, but the maze itself is rather disquieting, particularly in the context of the film’s climax. Kubrick didn’t just utilize the outdoor hedge maze, but also a smaller replica, which Jack Nicholson hovers over during one of the film’s memorable scenes. And now the hedge maze (and its identical replica) have been replicated by MythBusters host Adam Savage, who painstakingly recreated the maze in this awesome video.
Neill Blomkamp sure is talking about every other Blomkamp project except Chappie, his new film hitting theaters next week. Mostly, he’s been talking about his plans for a new Alien movie, officially in development at Fox, and in between all of that Alien talk, he’s also admitted his errors with Elysium. It’s been a busy week for Blomkamp, who implied that his Alien project would ignore Alien 3 and Resurrection, the sequels to James Cameron’s more beloved original films. But now the director is backtracking, and he wants to make something clear: he’s not actually ignoring those films after all—not really, anyway.
The Crow reboot has been in development for years, only recently picking up steam with the hire of Corin Hardy, the director who made his feature debut on The Hallow, which just premiered at Sundance. After struggling to retain a director for some time, Dracula Untold star Luke Evans departed the project, and the search for a new leading man began. Word has it that Relativity Studios has their sights set on Boardwalk Empire star Jack Huston, and they could totally do a lot worse.
The Walking Dead Season 5 shambled out its 11th entry with Sunday’s latest "The Distance” but how did it hold up to the comic book continuity? Rick's group ventured off the beaten comic path for awhile with Beth's rescue, so let's find out how close does the source material stuck through Season 5B, with Alexandria on the horizon!
Just when you thought The Walking Dead Season 5 couldn’t get any bigger, between monster ratings, 16 episodes and a brand-new world introduced this past Sunday, the March 29 finale will prove the meatiest yet. AMC’s zombie smash has officially extended its finale runtime, closing out The Walking Dead Season 5 with a full 90 minutes.
The future of FX’s American Horror Story remains a mystery in Season 5, considering Freak Show’s poor reception and series star Jessica Lange’s likely exit, but it seems we have a new Mother Monster. Lady Gaga herself will join the cast of American Horror Story Season 5, potentially dubbed Hotel, and nothing has ever made more sense, in the history of ever.
Sunday’s latest The Walking Dead opened up quite a can of worms over the group’s next big move, but will Rick and the others be able to leave their old selves behind? See what sinister secrets reside in the new world with our first sneak peek at next Sunday’s Walking Dead installment “Remember!”