August movie preview: A ‘Bullet Train’ and double the Idris Elba

As the summer blockbuster rush fades but before the fall awards season starts, you can expect oddball horror like A24’s “Bodies Bodies Bodies” and Peacock’s “They/Them,” family friendly flicks like “13: The Musical” and survival thrillers galore. Oh, and Idris Elba fights a lion in “Beast.”

‘Andor’ trailer: A new ‘Star Wars’ series comes to Disney+ next month

“Andor,” Disney+'s next addition to its growing collection of "Star Wars" TV shows, is a prequel to 2016’s “Rogue One” (which was itself a prequel to the original trilogy). It follows dashing spy Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) during the formation of the Rebel Alliance. And while the series was originally supposed to premiere in late August, the show’s splashy new trailer reveals it’s now arriving in late September instead.

10 of the best streaming shows of the year (so far)

Our critics pick the best streaming show of the year so far, plus nine more that surprised, challenged, delighted and/or riveted them to their screens, from "Stranger Things" to "Station Eleven" with plenty in between.

Here's everything Marvel announced at Comic-Con

Marvel Studios dominated the 2022 San Diego Comic-Con with a deluge of big announcements, including details about "Black Panther," "Daredevil" and two new "Avengers" movies. Here's all the news, assembled.

‘We Met in Virtual Reality’ review: An HBO documentary shot entirely in VR

the heartwarming key to Joe Hunting’s inviting, humanistic documentary “We Met in Virtual Reality” is the utter lack of condescension he exhibits toward his subjects. Tracking a number of communities in VRChat, including several couples who met on the platform and now engage in long-distance relationships, Hunting focuses on the freedom these kaleidoscopic virtual worlds lend to their inhabitants.

‘Nope’ review: Close encounters of the spurred kind

“Nope” is “Get Out'' writer-director Jordan Peele’s third and most self-consciously mainstream film. That doesn’t mean that Peele has sacrificed daring for accessibility, however. Although it’s not as cryptic as his sophomore feature, 2019’s “Us,” this is a multi-layered movie that — for better or for worse — follows its obsessions wherever they may lead.

Movie review: ‘My Old School’ is a wild, weirdly charming documentary

This upbeat documentary centers on an unbelievable real-life hoax that took place in Scotland in the mid 1990s, it also captures a feeling that’s far more relatable: The fun of gathering all your old friends together to discuss the wildest thing that happened during your time at school. Only in this case, the wildest thing to happen at Bearsden Academy was enough to garner national attention — and the interest of one burgeoning movie star.