Darth Maul has led a thrilling life that expands throughout the Star Wars universe beginning well before The Phantom Menace, with his legacy ending in Rebels.
From heavy hitters like Iron Man and Captain America to second tier heroes like Winter Soldier and War Machine, everyone is showing up for Avengers: Infinity War.
The Force Awakens spun its wheels. The Last Jedi is pure Force levitation.
From Die Hard to Gremlins there are a ton of classics that take place during the Holidays but should we really consider them Christmas movies?
Make no mistake, Blade Runner 2049 is a sci-fi masterpiece, but it has a big problem in the way it portrays woman.
Dolph Lundgren may play a muscled up bad guy on the big screen, but there's plenty of interesting behind-the-scenes facts that fans just don't know.
With a reboot on the horizon, we take a look at things you never knew about The Matrix.
With the 40th anniversary on the horizon we take a look at John Carpenter's masterpiece in slasher cinema, Halloween.
Zack Snyder's original plans for his DCEU before, during, and after the process that eventually led to the Justice League movie.
Rogue One star Alan Tyduk and Animation Supervisor Hal Hickel have an idea for how K-2SO can return after his demise in Rogue One.
It doesn't matter if you're a mercenary, a Green Beret, or a small army: if you mess with Arnold's kid, you're going down. That's right, it's Commando!
From. the unlikely Neil Diamond to the once cast Nicolas Cage, some surprising A list talent has almost donned the iconic cape to play Superman.
From Joseph Gordon-Levitt to Glenn Howerton, a number of actors almost beat out Chris Pratt for the role of Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy.
Luke Skywalker is ready to bring an end to the Jedi Order in The Last Jed, but what has brought him to this ultimatum in the Star Wars universe?
20th Century Fox has been working on a secret shared universe that spans over thirty years and includes Die Hard, Predator, Speed and more.
From IT to The Shining, there are plenty of cinematic masterpieces that defy the notion that all Stephen King movie adaptations are bad movies.
From George Miller's Justice League: Mortal to The Wachowski's Batman: Year One, a lot of potentially great Batman movies have been canceled over the years.
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan had fans furious with its creators, along with the man who created Star Trek itself.
From the recent Dark Tower to Arnold Schwarzenegger's The Running Man, the works of Stephen King have not always transitioned well to the big screen.