Zack Snyder has said time and again that the four-hour cut of Justice League now streaming on HBO Max is his final foray into the onscreen DC Universe. Even Warner Bros. hasn't shied away from the fact that it will not be - to borrow some parlance of the times - "restoring the SnyderVerse," which included a trio of Justice League movies.
To celebrate Simu Liu's 31st birthday today, Marvel Studios unveiled the first kick-ass teaser trailer for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. And as if that wasn't enough, Entertainment Weekly ran a meaty feature piece with a collection of production stills and behind-the-scenes insights from members of the cast and crew.
Spock is famous for logic. Ask anyone, even people who aren't necessarily Star Trek fans, and they'll tell you that the half-human, half-Vulcan science officer of the U.S.S. Enterprise is the guy who's always looking for the most logical, rational way to tackle any problem, whether we're talking about discovering new life and new civilizations or just trying to figure out what to have for lunch. But does that approach always serve Spock well? One expert says no, and she has the data to prove it.
The Warner Bros. experiment continues, and this week brings the latest should-be blockbuster to HBO Max in the long-awaited Mortal Kombat big (small?) screen reboot. But that's not all!
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Marvel's first Asian-led superhero flick, now has a first trailer - and your rear end may never be the same because this footage kicks some serious butt, people. Helmed by Destin Daniel Cretton (Short Term 12), the history-making movie stars Simu Liu (Kim's Convenience) as the titular character, a deadly master of martial arts.
Centered around the notorious paranormal territory in the Atlantic Ocean bordered by Miami, Florida, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico known as the Devil's Triangle, a rousing new fantasy adventure title from IDW Publishing is destined to become one of this summer's hottest hits - and SYFY WIRE has a first look and series reveal of the highly anticipated miniseries to share.
Today, NASA made interplanetary history: The Mars helicopter Ingenuity made the first powered, controlled flight off the surface and into the air on another world.
We humans often take it for granted, but being blessed by evolution with an opposable thumb comes in mighty handy when attempting to open jars of peanut butter, turning door knobs, and holding a ping-pong paddle.
Godzilla vs. Kong dominated the domestic box office for the third weekend in a row with an extra $7.7 million in ticket sales, SYFY WIRE has confirmed. The kaiju-on-kaiju smackdown (which is also available to stream on HBO Max until the end of the month) now stands tall in North America with $80.5 million, and is expected to be the first pandemic-era release to hit $100 million between the U.S. and Canada.
The black and white version of Zack Snyder's Justice League - subtitled "Justice is Gray" - will play on big screens for a one-time limited event this summer. A trio of IMAX screenings in New York City, Los Angeles, and Austin are scheduled for Monday July 19 at 6 p.m. local time. Snyder himself confirmed the news at a Justice Con panel Saturday evening and went on to state that he hopes to secure a wide theatrical release sometime in the fall (although there are no official plans as of right now). All proceeds for the exclusive July event (only 75 pairs of tickets are being raffled off) will benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.