Space: the final frontier. The great unknown. The realm where no one has gone before ... except, of course, we have – if you look at the many blockbusters that are set in space.
Disney’s Moana, is a tale of journeys – ones of self-discovery, but also more literally. Inspired by ancient Polynesian lore, it tells of a people famous for navigating the oceans.
Mars, more than 142 million miles from the sun, is unknown to us; while humans have sent spacecraft and robots to find out more about the red planet, it is still foreign – but not to Gardner Elliot.
Director Luc Besson’s Warrior’s Gate isn’t going to win any Oscars, or even win at the box office.
After 12 years, Xander Cage (Vin Diesel) returns to the big screen in xXx: Return of Xander Cage.
La La Land swept the board at last week’s Golden Globe awards, winning the seven awards it was nominated for, including best actor and actress, director and screenplay.
Hailing from director Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners, Scicario), Arrival was never going to be a predictable alien invasion film.
Moana will inspire you to chase the horizon, and fall in love with newcomer Auli'i Cravalho, and Dwayne Johnson [Review]
Here's the deal: the question isn't "Is Moana worth watching?" The question is: "When should I see Moana?"Answer: as soon as possible!
The biggest Hollywood blockbusters are jam packed with explosions and CG characters, but a trio of the industry's top VFX specialists say all those effects are ruining movies.
It’s like rolling up for a lightsaber lesson with Obi-Wan Kenobi when Star Wars: Episode VIII writer/director Rian Johnson says the magic words: “Anything you want to know! What do you want to know?”