The Men In Black have always protected Earth from the scum of the universe – but until now, audiences have only seen them protect the United States. Enter Agents H and M, two hotshot members of the MIB's London branch. Together, they're tasked with doing some of that world-saving business – only this time, the threat comes from a mole inside the MIB itself.
THOR: RAGNAROK stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson reunite for the latest MEN IN BLACK adventure. With snappy suits, high-tech equipment, and no shortage of attitude, they'll take on threats human and alien alike. And they'll make it look good.
Coming from THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS director F. Gary Gray, MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL takes the sci-fi comedy franchise around the world in pursuit of aliens, action, and laughs. With a supporting cast that includes Emma Thompson, Rebecca Ferguson, Liam Neeson, Kumail Nanjiani, and countless extraterrestrials, MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL is a fresh, funny take on an old favorite.
It’s ten years after the events of X-MEN: APOCALYPSE, and the X-Men are heroes in the public eye. But when a solar flare strikes during a daring space mission, young mutant Jean Grey’s abilities begin to change – and outgrow her control. With the Phoenix rising inside Jean, the X-Men’s greatest challenge may yet come from within.
One of the Marvel universe's greatest storylines comes to new life in DARK PHOENIX. Starring GAME OF THRONES’ Sophie Turner as Jean Grey, along with the current X-Men roster of Xavier (James McAvoy), Magneto (Michael Fassbender), Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), Beast (Nicholas Hoult), Cyclops (Tye Sheridan), and Storm (Alexandra Shipp), DARK PHOENIX will prove a dangerous and emotional struggle both for the X-Men and for Jean herself.
Longtime X-MEN writer/producer Simon Kinberg takes the director’s chair for this newest, darkest entry into the franchise. Bringing a host of complex relationships to the fore, DARK PHOENIX represents a fight for Jean’s soul – and for the future of mutantkind.
Described by director Dexter Fletcher (BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY) as a “musical fantasy,” ROCKETMAN is a dream-like interpretation of Elton John’s incredible rise to success. Starring Taron Egerton (KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE) as Elton and Jamie Bell (BILLY ELLIOT) as his lyricist and collaborator Bernie Taupin, it tells story of an artistic friendship amidst the insanity of public life and self-destruction.
No typical biopic, this film eschews the history books and favors playful invention over fact-checking. But instead of glorifying Elton, it shows all the ugliness and vulnerability of a real human being shoved into the limelight. Featuring colorful interpretations of his ‘70s hits (and outfits), ROCKETMAN is a freewheeling, joyful look at a difficult period in a rock legend’s brilliant career.
The secret cryptozoology organization Monarch has their hands full. Why? Well, the ancient behemoth Godzilla has once again surfaced from the unfathomable depths and is destroying the city. And so is Mothra. And Rodan. And the enormous three-headed dragon, King Ghidorah.
Fortunately, Monarch’s Dr. Emma Russell (Vera Farmiga, CAPTIVE STATE) has found a way to communicate with the otherworldly kaiju. Unfortunately, she and her daughter (Millie Bobby Brown, STRANGER THINGS) are kidnapped by a shadowy organization with sinister designs for these brawling giants.
What writer/director Michael Dougherty (KRAMPUS, TRICK 'R TREAT) calls a “monster opera,” GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS is a thrilling elevation of the franchise, as the delicately rendered titans rage and battle on a mythic scale. A gorgeous and terrifying account of a world under siege, this enormous sequel is a cinematic event you won’t want to run screaming away from.
Everyone knows the story. Alien child crashes to Earth; is raised by small-town American family; starts to manifest superpowers; grows up to be a hero. But what if that child wasn't a hero at all? What if that child was a monster?
That's the question asked by BRIGHTBURN, the new film produced by GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY's James Gunn. Subverting the Superman concept, story, and even visual iconography, BRIGHTBURN presents a deliciously horrific take on the superhero genre.
Starring Elizabeth Banks (THE HUNGER GAMES) and David Denman (THE OFFICE) as the boy's adoptive Earth parents, BRIGHTBURN is a horror movie for superhero lovers, offering a wildly alternate take on a legend.
When word got out that a DETECTIVE PIKACHU film was in the works, you could be forgiven for feeling a bit of skepticism about it. After all, taking a well-known children’s franchise and turning it into a hybrid live-action/animated film hasn’t always yielded the greatest achievements in cinema history. But then that magical trailer landed, and it turned out that DETECTIVE PIKACHU doesn’t just look good. It looks incredible.
The film takes place in Ryme City, a busy, bustling metropolis where humans and Pokémon live side-by-side but are unable to communicate with one another. Tim (Justice Smith, PAPER TOWNS) is a human whose detective father has gone missing. When his father’s partner, Detective Pikachu (Ryan Reynolds, DEADPOOL), shows up, Tim realizes he can actually understand what this Pokémon is saying (and man, he can talk). A friendship is forged, and the two embark on an adventure to find Tim’s father that will bring them up against some of the most fierce Pokémon imaginable.
If you’re trying to figure out why you’re this excited about a Pokémon film, even if you’re not a die-hard fan of the franchise, it likely has to do with the A-list team behind it. From a director with a solid track record of family films (Rob Letterman, GOOSEBUMPS), an Oscar-nominated cinematographer (John Mathieson, LOGAN), and a team of hilarious writers (including GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY scribe Nicole Perlman), DETECTIVE PIKACHU is a funny, exciting, and thoroughly original thrill-ride that will delight Pokémon fans and newcomers alike.