It’s been ten years after the events of 2013’s Pacific Rim (see our review), and the sequel opens with a snappy introduction to Jake (John Boyega), son of Idris Elba’s Marshal Pentecost from the first movie. Having dropped out from the Jaeger Academy, he now spends his days hustling and dodging the authorities. Then one day […] The post Pacific Rim Uprising review: Fun, but predictable appeared first on Geek Crusade.
A new Avengers channel is coming to the UK in April, featuring brand new, behind-the-scenes content from Infinity War.
John Boyega stars in the new Pacific Rim movie, as the son of Idris Elba's character from Guillermo Del Toro's first instalment, once again saving the world from giant beasts by using giant robots.
It might have been the best movie he'd made in years, but Paul Thomas Anderson's Boogie Nights doesn't hold good memories for Burt Reynolds.
Mork & Mindy actress Pam Dawber has said that Robin Williams did 'the grossest' things to her while on the set of the US sitcom, including frequently flashing and groping her.
Avengers fans in Singapore are in for a treat come April, as some of the “Avengers: Infinity War” cast members will be coming to town.
Hereditary, this bold new horror starring Toni Collette and Gabriel Byrne, has already been dubbed 'The Exorcist' for a new generation following its Sundance debut.
The British actress spoke to Yahoo Movies about her minor role in the new Spielberg movie.
As the cast work out their contracts for season three it looks like everyone is getting bumper pay rises from Netflix.
People who have been silenced and unable to share their stories about working with alleged sexual predator Harvey Weinstein now can.
Fans have been seeking out the fictional African kingdom of Wakanda, which the movie, “Black Panther" is set in. According to Hotels.com, searches for places such as Illinois' Makanda and Wauconda (pronounced identically to 'Wakanda'), Wisconsin's Wakanda Park, Fiji's Wakaya and Japan's Wakkanai experienced a surge recently after the movie's release in February. "Black Panther", which has already grossed more than US$1 billion in cinemas worldwide, has garnered positive reviews from critics and the general audience alike. It continues the story of T'Challa, played by Chadwick Boseman, after the events of 2016's Captain America: Civil War as he returns to the kingdom after his father's death. "Black Panther" is also the last film before Marvel Studio's ensemble "Avengers: Infinity War", which opens in cinemas in April. Jessica Chuang, Hotels.com Director, Regional Marketing Greater China, SEA and India said, "The film has touched the hearts and minds of millions of film fans around the world." "It's a brilliant watch and we regularly see that pop culture inspires travel choices. We love that holidaymakers are seeking the 'Black Panther's homeland, from Wisconsin to Japan." For more information on the results, read more here: https://sg.style.yahoo.com/black-panther-effect-travel-searches-092004392.html . Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
The 30-year-old actor, who's the face of HUGO Urban Journey by HUGO BOSS, tells ET about his physical transformation to play the serial killer.
AMC is planning an epic 18-movie Marvel marathon in America, but none of the major UK cinema chains look likely to follow suit.