William Gibson was wrong about the wetware implants (not that he wanted to make predictions), but you’re still rooting for his dark, techno-druggy future anyway.
From Dune to Black Widow, a ton of films got delayed due to Covid-19. Here are the ones WIRED is hoping to see, whether at home or (finally) in a theater.
Director Guy Moshe talks about the ambitious scale and preternatural timeliness of his new sci-fi film.
This year radically changed what live events—at least those that weren’t canceled—look like. It also taught organizers some lessons.
Two new disaster movies, Greenland and Songbird, came out this month. Whether they succeed or not may change the genre’s fate.
You might’ve missed them when they came out. Here’s what you should catch up on—and how to stream them.
To cope with Covid-19 lockdowns, many folks watched older films at home. Some tackled the AFI 100 or picked a favorite director. I picked a theme.
In the freaky-fantastic Hungarian film ‘Son of the White Mare,’ the hero breastfeeds for 14 years. Years. And that’s only the beginning.
I never want to watch this movie again. 5/5 stars.
The rules banning movie studios from owning cinemas have been overturned—just in time for theaters in need of a bailout.