Not Many Sailing To “Skull & Bones”

Ubisoft released their long-in-the-works multiplayer sailing game “Skull and Bones” just over a week ago and the results have been anything but impressive. Upon launch, the game sailed to mixed-poor critical reviews with a Metacritic score of 60 on PS5 and 59 on PC. User reviews are worse at just

Quick News: Civil, Drop, Boys, Foundation

Civil War Alex Garland’s $50 million budgeted action thriller “Civil War” will have its premiere at the South by Southwest film festival in mid-March. The Kirsten Dunst-led film, about a team of journalists who traverse a bitterly divided United States, will open in cinemas on April 12th. The news comes

King Talks Fred Astaire Biopic Status

“Paddington 2” and “Wonka” director Paul King, hot off of the success of the latter film’s $600 million+ theatrical run, says his next project is still moving forward. King’s name has been attached for a while to a biopic of legendary dancer Fred Astaire with “Spider-Man: No Way Home” star

Giamatti, Payne Re-Team For A Western

Following their smash success with “The Holdovers,” which is up for multiple awards and scored high on many’s best-of-year lists, filmmaker Alexander Payne and actor Paul Giamatti look set to re-team. David Hemingson, who wrote “The Holdovers,” participated in a Q&A on Friday and revealed that he and Payne are

Moss-Bachrach On His “Fantastic Four” Role

Making an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Friday, actor Ebon Moss-Bachrach has finally spoken about his casting as Ben Grimm/The Thing in Marvel Studios’ upcoming “Fantastic Four” film. In the comics, the quartet are astronauts remade into superheroes after they’re exposed to cosmic rays in space. Grimm, best friend