At long last, Janelle Monae seems to finally be getting the attention that she deserves. Hot off an SNL performance, the singer brought her sci-fi thematic show back to her hometown of Kansas City.
If you’re ready to be swept away on another whimsical adventure with indie director Wes Anderson, you don’t have too much longer to wait. The trailer for Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel” was just released.
Bilbo, Gandalf and the merry band of gold-seeking dwarves are back in action in the new trailer for Peter Jackson’s second “The Hobbit” installment.
The first teaser for “Child of God” has recently been released and appears to continue the odd style Franco has showcased in the past.
The next young adult novel to vie for the chance to be the next “Hunger Games” is Veronica Roth’s “Divergent.” And judging by the all star cast and action-packed trailer, it looks like this film might be able to tap into that “Hunger Games” success.
Daniel Radcliffe is returning to his literary roots, but this time he’s playing the writer and not the writer’s invention.
The trickster god, Loki, may have already received the smack down of a lifetime from the Hulk in the Avengers, but that doesn’t stop Natalie Portman from giving him a piece of her mind in the new trailer for “Thor: The Dark World.”
Steve McQueen has spent the last few years transitioning from visual-artist to respected film director, as well as making people wonder how deceased movie stars can make such good storytellers. London-born McQueen dabbled in some short film work in the late nineties before making waves in 2008 with his debut film, “Hunger,” the tale of IRA prisoners staging a hunger strike that showed the world Michael Fassbender can really act. McQueen’s latest film, “12 Years a Slave,” has just premiered its first trailer and looks to be just as impressive and perhaps more widely approachable than his previous works.
The Big Lebowski’s Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore are reuniting on the big screen in the upcoming fantasy epic adaptation of Joseph Delaney’s “The Spook’s Apprentice.”
Mary Poppins is one of the most beloved Disney characters and if you’re only familiar with the Julie Andrews’ film, you may be unaware that first, Mary Poppins was a popular novel by author P.L. Travers. The road to turning that novel into a Disney classic wasn’t an easy one, as the author didn’t want to see her character tarnished or warped into an unrecognizable cartoon. And now that difficult journey is a film called “Saving Mr. Banks.”