How’s 2018 treating you so far? Hopefully, you’re thriving and ready to enjoy even more of what this great city has to offer. Here are our top tips to help you make the most of the forthcoming week, actors! Hear about the inspiration...Show More Summary
Warner Bros has announced that their performance capture Jungle Book film, which has gotten a couple name changes and delays over the years, will now be called Mowgli. But after over five years of problems and stalls, is this ambitious adaptation going to be worth the wait? More »
Andy Serkis is a testament to evolution. This year, cinema’s preeminent performance-capture star finished his trilogy of turns as ape-civilization founder Caesar in Matt Reeves’ enthusiastically received “War for the Planet of the Apes.” He played the character from toddler to elder and through...
Believe it or not, it sounds like Warner Bros. is still going forward with their own Jungle Book film, previously known as Jungle Book Origins. Now, thanks to a new announcement from Warner Bros., we know the film has a brand new title: Mowgli. In addition to the new title, we also have a brand […]
There has been a slight change to Andy Serkis’ forthcoming Jungle Book: Origins. The title of the Warner Bros. project based on Rudyard Kipling’s collection of stories has officially changed to Mowgli, Deadline has confirmed. Slated to open on Oct. Show More Summary
Andy Serkis directed this film -- long in the works -- which does not want to be confused with Disney's "The Jungle Book." Unless fans get so confused they decide to see this one thinking it's the sequel to Jon Favreau's 2016 blockbuster. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. has released an official synopsis for director Andy Serkis' version of The Jungle Book now called Mowgli.
Before The Last Jedi confirmed or denied any of our post-TFA plot speculation (no spoilers here, though!), the internet positively drowned in fan theories, ideas about Snoke, Rey, Phasma, and every little thing in between (were those really the ashes of Kylo Ren's enemies, or were they just, like, incense or something?). More »
Today, when motion-capture performances are commonplace, it's hard to remember what a sensation Andy Serkis's Gollum was when we first met him 15 years ago this week, in "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers." Released on December 18, 2002, the middle installment of Peter Jackson's first J.R.R. Show More Summary
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The main influence of Supreme Leader Snoke's look is finally revealed!
As the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi draws closer and closer, more and more details come to light. This is somewhat odd, as we learn the inspiration for Supreme Leader Snoke. Andy Serkis, who is the voice of the newest — and from what we know, the most powerful — Dark Side practitioner we […]
Yes, that’s totally Andy Serkis as Pennywise. Enjoy the nightmares. While it was expected that horror fans like ourselves would recognize how awesome this year has been for horror, it’s been a welcome surprise just how much love the genre has been getting from mainstream outlets here in 2017. Many of this year’s horror films […]
Andy Serkis explains that Supreme Leader Snoke has limitless power in this December's Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Supreme Leader Snoke may not be a Sith Lord, but he is more powerful than two of Star Wars‘ most infamous Sith Lords: the Emperor and Darth Vader. That is, according to Andy Serkis. The Star Wars: The Last Jedi actor revealed more about...Show More Summary
When it comes to Star Wars, the biggest, vilest threats to the galaxy have generally come from the Dark Side. But a new quote from the man performing as Supreme Leader Snoke suggests that things will be slightly different in The Last Jedi. More »
People made a lot of comparisons between the original Star Wars trilogy and The Force Awakens, and one of those comparisons was between Emperor Palpatine and Supreme Leader Snoke, but does the comparison really fit?
Andy Serkis reveals some new details on Supreme Leader Snoke in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
We’ve been conditioned in the Star Wars universe to paint all big bads a Sith Lords. And why not? It makes sense. Out of the six main films, the main bad guys were Sith Lords (or involved with the Sith in some way), and they seem like the perfect counterpoint to the standard, good ol’ […]
Andy Serkis opens up about Snoke's own personal history and why he's so angry at the Resistance and his apprentice Kylo Ren in Star Wars 8.