Mortal Engines may be a post-apocalyptic steampunk adventure, but it borrows a lot from a certain blockbuster space opera. (Yes, Star Wars.)
Mortal Engines has a major story flaw that conveniently creates a resistance squad to fight the predator city London.
Mortal Engines introduces one of the most intriguing bounty hunters we've seen on screen since Boba Fett in The Empire Strikes Back.
Mortal Engines failed to take off at the box office this weekend, which could mean a $150 million loss for Universal Pictures.
Sony's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse led the domestic box office with $35.4 million, but Mortal Engines sputtered into fifth place.
Mortal Engines is made by the same creative minds that shaped The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings movies, but it possesses none of the wonder or charm.
Mortal Engines has a sprawling cast, but sadly, the best character in the post-apocalyptic adventure, Anna Fang, gets shortchanged.
Mortal Engines brings us a whole new world built atop the ruins of an old one. Here's your guide to the key points of interest on this new Earth.
Produced by Peter Jackson, Mortal Engines is so loud and incoherent that it simply wears out the audience, and itself, by the end.
Mortal Engine's Peter Jackson, Rob Sheehan, Stephen Lang, Andy Serkis and more arrived at New York Comic Con to discuss the upcoming film.
The first full-length trailer for the Peter Jackson-produced steampunk fantasy Mortal Engines casts a spotlight on the great, roaming predator cities.
The first trailer for the highly-anticipated Mortal Engines has arrived, and it's as epic as you'd expect from a Peter Jackson production.
Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson shares the first concept art from the upcoming adaptation of Mortal Engines.
Hollywood newcomer Hera Hilmar will bring author Phillip Reeve's Hester Shaw to life.