Starring Chris Rock, Samuel L Jackson, Max Minghella, and Marisol Nichols, the film is looking to jumpstart SAW from a fresh place while creating and crafting something of their own It looks and feels like a return to the thriller storytelling the first film featured, and that is a good thing Today, we have a[...]
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If you were not following the official Spiral: From The Book Of SAW Twitter account these past few days, you missed out.
Actor Samuel L. Jackson celebrates Star Wars Day the best way he can in Mace Windu channeling Jules from Pulp Fiction and purple saber shirts.
Disney Plus and Marvel Studios' Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn-starring Secret Invasion has reportedly cast Killian Scott.
A clip from Spiral: From The Book Of SAW debuted online today. The film opens on May 14th and we are optimistic about it.
EP Zoie Nagelhout, producer Nate Moore, and actor Wyatt Russell discuss Julia-Louis Dreyfus' role in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
Marvel Studios' Secret Invasion has reportedly cast Kingsley Ben-Adir as the series' villain, joining Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn.
Verizon decided to go for the gamer references for their Super Bowl LV commercial as they say you "can't blame the lag".
A new image from Spiral the newest film in the SAW starring Chris Rock has debuted online. It releases in May.
Death to 2020 stars Leslie Jones, Joe Keery, Lisa Kudrow, and more discuss the images that come to mind when they think about this year.
In this preview for Black Mirror creators Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones' Death to 2020, we meet Duke Goolies, Gig Economy Millennial.
Black Mirror creators Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones dropped the trailer for their upcoming Netflix mockumentary special, Death to 2020.
Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker is set to bring his satirical look back at the year Death to 2020 to Netflix, with an all-star cast.
See Pulp Fiction reunion between Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta with a little Christmas surprise at the end for Capital One.
Samuel L. Jackson reflects upon his career, why he still keeps up with the cast of Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight.