Denzel Washington is back with a new genre project. Or, maybe we should say an old genre project. William Shakespeare's Macbeth comes to life in the stunning and creepy first teaser trailer for The Tragedy of Macbeth. Writer-director Joel Cohen (so often associated with his fellow filmmaker brother, Ethan) went solo for the project, which unfolds against the backdrop of an unsettling, expressionistic atmosphere that brings to mind classic titles such as Fritz Lang's M.
In a little less than a month, NASA will launch an ambitious mission through the asteroid belt and out to Jupiter's orbit. The spacecraft won't be visiting Jupiter, though: It will fly by several asteroids that share an orbit with the giant planet, looking to investigate these fossils from the solar system's early days.
Supermassive black holes are the gaping mouths of galaxies, but despite their being the size of millions to billions of Suns, very little is actually known about these beasts.
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The season finale of SYFY's SurrealEstate, "The House Always Wins," sees the beginnings and shifts of many relationships audiences have gotten to know so far. We learn that Luke Roman's (Tim Rozon) relationship with his mother is really his relationship with the twin sister he never knew; the other members of the Roman Agency band together to save their own; Susan Ireland (Sarah Levy) harnesses the power dwelling inside more than ever; and Megan Donovan (Tennille Read) makes the tough decision to step away from Luke and her new friends. For now, at least.
Butterflies are misrepresented in the media. Though you might think of them fluttering around in dreamy fantasies, look closer. Ever notice those compound eyes? That creepy proboscis? It gets worse.
Marvel fans won't have to wait until March 2022 for Sam Raimi's long-awaited return to the world of comic book movies in Multiverse of Madness. While the Evil Dead creator didn't direct Spider-Man: No Way Home, his fingerprints will be all over the blockbuster film (swinging into theaters everywhere Friday, Dec. 17) via appearances from iconic baddies like Alfred Molina's Doctor Octopus, Willem Dafoe's Green Goblin, and rumor has it maybe even Thomas Haden Church's Sandman.
Hulu gives a whole new meaning to the term "monkey business" in the first Archer-esque teaser for Marvel's Hit Monkey. One of the very last animated projects to move forward under the Marvel Television reign of Jeph Loeb, the series will officially make its streaming debut this November. As the gonzo title suggests, Hit-Monkey follows a primate assassin (a Japanese snow monkey voiced by Fred Tatasciore) who kills his way through the Yakuza underworld - all while taking orders from the ghost of a world-weary assassin named Bryce (Ted Lasso's Jason Sudeikis).
The latest idea to spring from Mark Millar's endless imagination has some serious bite. It's called Night Club, dreamed up by the prolific creator during lockdown last year for the Millarworld division he runs for Netflix. It's a six-issue limited series that will be published by Image Comics and released in early 2022.