The new non-musical remake of Dr. Dolittle, with the title shortened to simply Dolittle, is a delightful ninety-five minutes of inspired silliness that revolves around the titular character, his menagerie of animal friends and a young boy who becomes his apprentice.
In 1917 two young British soldiers, Schofield and Blake are given a seemingly impossible mission – crossing enemy lines to deliver a warning to a company headed into an ambush.
1917 opens in select theaters on Christmas Day; moving into wide release on January 10th.
The final trailer for Universal Pictures’ CATS is here and it is a lavish, colorful explosion of character-based dialogue and dance.
CATS opens on Christmas Day.
Universal’s classic monster, The Invisible Man, gets a Blumhouse makeover in The Invisible Man – starring Elizabeth Moss.
Cecilia’s abusive ex commits suicide, leaving her a generous portion of his vast fortune – but Cecilia suspects his death was a hoax. (She has no idea…)
The Invisible Man will be in theaters on February 28, 2020.
Robert Downey Jr. returns to the big screen as Doctor Dolittle – the not-so-much-a-people-person who can converse with animals.
The first trailer – set to a cover of What a Wonderful World – finds Dolittle and his menagerie of friends setting out to sea on a mysterious quest.
Dolittle opens on January 17, 2020.
A spooky manor house in the country; creepy kids; ghostly figures and creepy crawlies, a terrified nanny – a combination we’ve become familiar with over the years. Henry James novel, The Turning, put these elements together over a hundred years ago and has been scaring readers ever since.
Now The Turning is coming to a theater near you (on January 24, 2020) and the trailer suggests the film will carry on that tradtion.
The latest trailer for Illumination’s The Secret Life of Pets 2 features Harrison Ford’s no-nonsense farm dog, Rooster.
The Secret Life of Pets 2 opens on June 7th.
Only a really cool person would buy booze for some teens, right?
Ma will be in theaters on May 31st.
Everybody’s welcome at Ma’s. But good luck getting home safe.
Ma opens on May 31st. The film’s synopsis follows.
After a freak bus accident during a mysterious global blackout, Jack wakes up to discover that The Beatles have never existed.
Yesterday is directed by Oscar-winner Danny Boyle and stars Himesh Patel as Jack. It opens on June 28th.
From the mind of Academy Award Winner Jordan Peele, Writer & Director of Get Out, comes a new nightmare.
Check out the Super Bowl spot for Us below.
Us opens on March 22nd.