The book "Annihilation" is based on shied away from too many explicit monsters, but it looks like the movie — starring Portman and Oscar Isaac — will have more, and we're psyched for it.
"Ready Player One" hits theaters March 30th.
In the future, everybody will be immersed in a virtual reality game where rogue players fight against an evil corporation by... embracing pop culture? You mean the stuff created by big corporations? Wait a darn minute...
"These creatures were here before us. And if we're not careful, they'll be here after." "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" will be in theaters on June 22, 2018.
And it FINALLY has a release date: "Black Mirror" comes to Netflix December 29th.
The actor, who stars alongside brother James in "The Disaster Artist," is thrilled for the film's critical reception and its renewed celebration of Wiseau's cult fave, "The Room."
Creepy corporation? Check. Artificial humans? Check. Rain-slicked, neon-lit noir street scenes? Check. Netflix's adaptation of this Richard K. Morgan novel premieres on February 2nd, 2018.
It's hard to keep track of all the ads and clips of "The Last Jedi," so here's a supercut of all of them. And yes, you're welcome.
"Do you like sex? Well not for long, because you're about to watch an alien's approximation of human lovemaking."
The visuals, the stars, the drama? It's all working together like a fine-tuned clock in this trailer.
"The Incredibles 2" opens in theaters on June 15th, 2018.
"Gun Powder" premieres December 18th.
You have the Rock and three monster-sized animals — what more could you want? "Rampage" will be in theaters on April 20, 2018.
Get excited. "Deadpool 2" hits theaters June 1, 2018.
And, yes, he's aware this is probably a very bad idea.
"The Post" hits theaters December 22nd.
"Saving Capitalism" premieres on Netflix November 17th.
Don't worry, there's more Porg in this teaser.
"The Grand Tour" season 2 premieres on Amazon on December 2.
Look, this sort of movie would never get made. And we're not sure we'd even want that. But we do appreciate all the subtle 'mon references, as well as the heavy-handed, gore-based ruining-your-childhood comedy.
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