While the original Alien was the scariest of the franchise, Aliens was the most thrilling, thanks in large part to director James Cameron. Like a good celebrity roast, Screen Junkies is here to tear down what is still one of our favorite sequels of all time. Game over man. Game over.
Sonequa Martin-Green, Michelle Yeoh, Jason Isaacs, and Doug Jones star in the first new Trek series in over a decade. It takes place in the pre-Kirk era, and is being told from the perspective of the ship’s first officer. The pilot hits CBS, followed by a full season on CBS All Access.
Longtime friend of The Awesomer, the multitalented Nathan Barnatt is working on this short about a bounty hunter and a prisoner who end up stranded in the desert, and must find a middle ground to get out of their predicament. Show your support with a pledge on Kickstarter.
Stefan Sagmeister has made a huge name for himself in the design community, having done work for everyone from Jay-Z to the Rolling Stones. He recently set off on a journey of reinvention through a series of psychological experiments, but things didn’t quite go to plan.
Who knows if it’ll translate to the big screen, but we’re excited to see Idris Elba as The Last Gunslinger, and Matthew McConaughey as the Man in Black in this adaptation of Stephen King’s classic series of science fiction novels. Oh please, oh please let this be good.
We delve deeper into the secret operations of Kingsmen, as Eggsy and company must team up with their new gun-totin’ US allies, Statesman to defeat another enemy hellbent on world destruction. Hopefully this bad guy won’t have Samuel L. Jackson’s ridiculith lithp.
(PG-13) Writer-director Jeff Baena (Life After Beth) let Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza, Kate Micucci and the rest of the cast flex their improv skills in this anachronistic comedy about repressed nuns in 15th century Italy. Also starring John C. Reilly, Nick Offerman and Fred Armisen.
Nathan Drake’s Aussie ex Chloe Frazer teams up with Uncharted 4‘s Nadine Ross to find a fabled Indian artifact. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is the series’ first standalone spinoff, and it looks to be just as cinematic, action-packed and fun as Drake’s adventures.
Our first glimpse at Episode VIII picks up right where The Force Awakens left off, with Rey on a mysterious island, and hints at her learning to use her powers much like Luke learned from Yoda. But perhaps her role isn’t to be a Jedi, but to restore order to The Force.
Director Roger Donaldson’s documentary tells the story of the late, great Bruce McLaren, the man who started from humble beginnings, and went on to found the incredible McLaren Motor Racing team, leaving behind a true motorsports legacy after his death at age 32.
You can feel the Marvel Cinematic Universe converging in Thor: Ragnarok, as the silliness of Guardians of the Galaxy seems to be rubbing off on our favorite Asgardian. It doesn’t hurt that it was directed by the man behind Eagle vs. Shark and What We Do in the Shadows.
From filmmaker Derik Murray (I Am Chris Farley) comes a documentary about the late actor Heath Ledger. The film features interviews with the actors’ close friends and family as well as footage shot by Ledger himself. Premieres 5/17/17 on Spike. Also coming to Blu-ray.
If the motley cast of misfits in the Guardians of the Galaxy universe weren’t strange enough, please to enjoy Aldo Jones‘ latest Weird Trailer, in which Gamora has an awesome shark gun, Quinn can’t control his muscles, and neither Rocket nor Drax can keep their pants on.