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Science fiction gave the world two of the biggest movies of all time in 2015, and 2016 is poised to be another big year for the genre. So here are the upcoming sci-fi movies, big and small, that we're most excited for
Not everything at the movies this year is going to be a follow-up to a movie that came out at least two years ago. Read on to see what new blood is coming to the multiplex in 2016, and why you should be excited!
Jennifer Lawrence got really, really drunk before her sex scene with Chris Pratt in Passengers. And it was partly Anna Faris' fault.
We are weeks away from closing the books on 2015, and while there are still numerous blockbusters preparing to drop between now and New Year’s Day – from Star Wars: The Force Awakens to The Revenant and The Hateful Eight -- we’re not ashamed to admit that we’re jumping the gun a tad and starting to look forward to the sheer number of eye-popping features that are going to entertain us in 2016.
Jennifer Lawrence has never been shy about saying exactly what's on her mind, and now she revealed what it's like to make out with Chris Pratt. Hint: It's not like kissing a family member.
With two big names like Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt leading the way, sci-fi romance Passengers already has a lot of eyes on it, but they're putting together a stellar supporting cast as well.
What do you get when you put Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence in a movie together — besides an epic salary dispute? Something called Passengers, a big-budget sci-fi romance.
Jennifer Lawrence is a hot commodity. If studios want her in their movies, they’re going to have to drop some serious moolah. But that’s not sitting right with everyone.
Two new Passengers are set to board the long delayed Sci Fi drama, and they're pretty big deals. Read on, and leave your finest Katniss/Star Lord couples' nicknames in the comments!
Rachel McAdams has bowed out of the film, leading The Weinstein Company to withdraw their financial support on the film and subsequently remove the release date off the schedule entirely.
Set to be directed by Brian Kirk (Game of Thrones) from a script written by Jon Spaihts (Prometheus), Passengers will take place aboard a huge spacecraft transporting thousands of citizens to a distant planet in the early stages of colonization. Due to a malfunction in one of the ship’s sleep chambers, one lone passenger (Reeves) wakes up 90 years before he is supposed to.
Of all people, Keanu Reeves has been very busy at the Cannes Film Festival this past week, with two of his upcoming pictures landing distribution deals that will have the dramatic actor back on screen in the near future and starring in features that couldn’t be more different.
The plot will focus on a giant spacecraft transporting thousands of humans to another soon-to-be colonized planet. Something within the ship malfunctions, and Reeves’ character is woken up 90 years too early.