Gareth Evans captivated audiences in 2011 with The Raid, a pulse-pounding action-thriller that showcased his fascination with Indonesian martial arts as well as an exceptional knack for editing and fight choreography. For his fifth feature, Apostle, the Welsh filmmaker ditches many of the elements with which his name has become synonymous in favor of a grim fable about a religious cult in the early 20th century. It’s solid enough, though you’d probably never suspect Evans directed it if his name wasn’t in the credits.
We’ve seen some trippy promos and footage snippets, but nothing will prepare you for the insanity of Legion Season 2’s full trailer. Meet the Shadow King, learn what happened to David and just plain dance it out with an extended sneak peek of the April premiere.
We figured the promotional campaign for Legion Season 2 would be pretty cerebral, but not threaten our own sanity. Allow Aubrey Plaza to convince you that FX’s Legion was never real at all, even as a mysterious new trailer suggests otherwise.
Just when you thought you’d gotten your mind right, Marvel’s FX Legion is ready to scramble it all over again. The long-awaited second season has officially booked an early April premiere, offering a new look at David Haller’s fractured viewpoint.
Just when we were hoping for a quick glimpse of Atlanta Season 2, FX went and dropped the motherlode of 2018 previews. Get a first look at Legion Season 2 footage in a new promo, along with Ryan Murphy’s Pose, Archer’s next reboot, Sons of Anarchy spinoff Mayans MC and more!
Christmas has been around for hundreds of years, but our version of Christmas began with a very small novel, written by a probably average height man. Charles Dickens is credited with coming up with the very Christmas-ness of Christmas, that holiday spirit that drives people to light candles and gather family and drape pine branches and holly berries all over their furniture. With A Christmas Carol, Dickens revolutionized our portrayal of the holiday season, an evolution that will be dramatized by Dan Stevens and Dan Stevens’ wig in The Man Who Invented Christmas.
While he’s not donning the vibranium suit and saving the world as Black Panther, Chadwick Boseman has been moonlighting as Thurgood Marshall, the first-ever black Supreme Court Justice who rose to fame when he took on one of the cases that defined the Civil Rights Movement.