(SPOILERS) Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Peter tries to move on with his life, both as a superhero and as a high schooler. Fortunately, he’s going on a vacation with his schoolmates. Unfortunately, a problem of mind blowing proportions has followed him.
“…it wasn’t so much a death, as it was a discovery.” The The Matrix trilogy, particularly its first movie, can be interpreted in so many ways. Now You See It offers that it can also be read as the expression of the Wachowskis’ desire to come out and be true to themselves.
Chadwick Boseman stars as a detective who specializes in finding cop killers. When a robbery in Manhattan results in the death of eight officers, he asks for all bridges in the City to be shut down for the night. But things take an even more nefarious turn as the clock ticks.
“You’re out of order!” Wired asked attorney Lucy Lang to take a look at various courtroom scenes from movies and TV shows, and judge how accurate they are. She also busts a few myths about actual proceedings, including gavel banging, and speaking to the jury.
We’re not sure why 20th Century Fox didn’t just start with this trailer for X-Men: Dark Phoenix. It has everything you need to know about the film – how Jean Grey got the Phoenix Force, why she’s losing control and why she’s going up against her friends. Premieres 6/6/19.
(PG-13: Language) We’ve seen Superbad at least a dozen times, and it doesn’t get old. The Cosmonaut Variety Hour provides his take on why he thinks the 2007 film is the greatest teen comedy of all time. It’s a great coming-of-age story disguised as a horny teen sex comedy.
Insider gives us a tour of Air Hollywood, a movie studio in Los Angeles where movies, TV shows and music videos shoot airplane scenes. They have configurable airplane sets made from actual planes. They even have a terminal set and a warehouse full of props.
CineFix presents its picks for the best production design in movies, from the flashy and stylized like Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel, to the understated and naturalistic like Mike Mills’ Beginners, as well as standout picks from various movie genres.
“Journey into the mind of a director who’s constantly journeying into his own mind.” Screen Junkies takes on the staples of a Tim Burton movie, such as big spooky mansions, fat and rich villains, pale characters looking for acceptance, revenge or both, and much more.
The Royal Ocean Film Society animated part of Richard Linklater’s commentary from his very first film, which is included in the Criterion release of Slacker. In it, the director talks about having patience in developing his career, and the importance of the mundane.
Mel Gibson and Sean Penn star in this adaptation of Simon Winchester’s novel. When the Oxford English Dictionary was being created, the committee behind it received 10,000 entries from one man. Then they found out that he was a criminal and deemed insane.