During Sunday’s Super Bowl, Netflix released the trailer for “The Cloverfield Paradox” and announced the film would be ready to watch at the end of the game.
The film takes place in the same universe as 2008’s “Cloverfield” and 2016’s “10 Cloverfield Lane,” and follows a group of international astronauts on a space station are working to solve a massive energy crisis on Earth. The experimental technology aboard the station has an unexpected result, leaving the team isolated and fighting for their survival.
The film is directed by Julius Onah and stars Elizabeth Debicki, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, David Oyelowo, and Chris O’Dowd.
Super Bowl LII viewers were treated to a trailer of (pre)historic proportions when new footage of “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” aired during one of the game’s commercial breaks. The new clip shows massive destruction across the island of Isla Nublar as buildings explode and lava flows. “Jurassic World, the island, all of that is in [...]
The trailer for Dwayne Johnson’s new film “Skyscraper” looks like a bad time for the residents of the world’s tallest and most advanced building. “The Pearl is the tallest and most advanced building in the world,” Johnson’s character explains. “You’ve built a vertical city, but you’ve brought with it every safety and security challenge that [...]
HBO premiered a full-length trailer for Season 2 of its hit series “Westworld” during Super Bowl LII, and revealed the premiere date of the much anticipated second season. In the preview, a calm, serene scene is presented, promising “a beautiful world” as horses run through the countryside. “We built this world together, a world where [...]
The real reason behind Forky’s odd name choice.
Mindy Kaling and Constance Wu both starred in woman-directed films this year; Kaling in Nisha Ganatra’s “Late Night” and Wu in Lorene Scafaria’s “Hustlers.” In their “Variety Studio: Actors on Actors” conversation, the two shared stories about working with female directors and how playing women who are ambitious used to be portrayed as a negative […]
Alfre Woodard and Cynthia Erivo both star in movies helmed by black female directors this year; Woodard in Chinonye Chukwu’s “Clemency” and Erivo in Kasi Lemmons’ “Harriet.” In their “Variety Studio: Actors on Actors” conversation, the two talked about their new films and the social messages in them. They also touched on when they knew […]