With cinemas remaining closed for the immediate future, 2021 is shaping up as a crucial scuffle between the big boys of streaming entertainment.
When we wrote our list of the most exciting movies coming in 2020 last year, we never expected that we’d still be waiting for so many of them. This has been a bizarre year and one that has forced movie studios to delay many of their biggest films.But 2020’s loss is 2021’s gain and so there is an embarrassment of riches heading into multiplexes in the next 12 months, as long as cinemas are able to open and show these movies to us.Read more: Best movies of 2020Read more: Best horror movies of 2020Read more: Most under-appreciated movies of 2020
Legendary, the producer of Denis Villeneuve's new version of Frank Herbert's sci-fi classic Dune, is threatening lawsuits if the movie goes straight to streaming.
Warner Bros shook the film industry last week when announcing its 2021 slate of movies – including Dune, Matrix 4 and The Suicide Squad – would launch on HBO Max simultaneously with cinemas in the US.
Jason Momoa's muscle-bound warrior Khal Drogo may have been one of the most iconic figures in the HBO series of Game of Thrones, but behind the scenes he was 'in debt and starving'.
The 'Blade Runner 2049' director unspools a gorgeous-looking first trailer — complete with the towering sandworms of Arrakis — for the highly anticipated sci-fi adaptation.
The controversial Second World War drama caused dozens of audience members to walk out when it played on the festival circuit.
Stellan Skarsgård plays the grotesque Baron Vladimir Harkonnen in the new take on Frank Herbert's classic sci-fi novel series.
Jason Momoa will portray the swordsman Duncan Idaho in Denis Villeneuve's two-part movie adaptation of 'Dune'.
The 'Blade Runner 2049' director says the book "tackles politics, religion, ecology, spirituality."
Villeneuve is mounting an ambitious two-part adaptation of Frank Herbert's iconic sci-fi novels.
The year in film for 2019 is nearly over — pending Star Wars, Cats, and Jumanji of course — with the movie industry delivering dozens of memorable films, whether for good or bad reasons.But now it’s time to put the movies of 2019 to one side and take a look at the year to come. It’s a year without the Star Wars mega-franchise and with the Marvel Cinematic Universe undergoing a period of reinvention as the dust settles in the wake of the biggest movie ever made.There are plenty of blockbusters to look forward to in the coming 12 months, but there’s also an entire Oscar season to work through and a whole host of interesting, smaller movies that will make a big impression when they land in cinemas.Here are just 50 of the best films to keep an eye out for next year.Read more:Look back at the most anticipated films for 2019Most incredible actor transformations of 2019Notable Hollywood deaths in 2019
The ability to summon the power of the sea didn't do Jason Momoa much good while he was stuck in a lift yesterday.
Denis Villeneuve's film goes in front of cameras with a glittering cast of Hollywood A-listers.
Denis Villeneuve's remake of cult sci-fi classic Dune will only use the first half of James Herbert's feted 1965 novel.
Denis Villeneuve says he was "wasn't happy" with David Lynch's 'Dune' while promoting his new film 'Blade Runner 2049' in Russia.
The movie was so beyond imagination that star Kyle MacLachlan (center) was pressed into action to explain it. Dune, be it presented via the voluminous, impenetrable prose of Frank Herbert or the equally inscrutable frames of David Lynch’s movie adaptation, can be tough to wrap your head around. With Herbert dying 30 years ago, however, Dune noob LifeofKeira decided her next best option was Kyle MacLachlan, the star of Lynch’s 1984 movie, and his emoji-happy Twitter account.