Hannah Gearan (she/her) is a news writer for Screen Rant, current AmeriCorps member, and filmmaker. She studied Film, Environmental Studies, and Writing at Wesleyan University. While at Wesleyan, she concentrated her efforts in documentary. Her short film Toxic Faucets has screened at numerous film festivals in New England, including the Independent Film Festival of Boston (IFFBoston).
While Hannah's film & TV interest is wide-ranging, she has long loved James Cameron's Avatar, and now writes frequently about The Way of Water and the upcoming sequels. With her filmmaking background, Hannah is also particularly fascinated with writing about the the technical and industry aspects of film such as VFX related stories, animation, and box office records.
Hannah's recent favorite movies and TV shows include The Last of Us, Mare of Easttown, The Bear, Schmigadoon!, What We Do in the Shadows, Plan 75, King Coal, and BlackBerry. Her favorite directors are Wes Anderson, Kelly Reichardt, and Kogonada. Currently, she excitedly awaits the Tuesday releases of crime podcast The Last Ride.
Stephen King's IT gets a retro-style reimagining in new art featuring a scary and menacing rendition of Tim Curry's 1990s vision of Pennywise.
A devastating new image from Toho's Godzilla Minus One shows the classic kaiju monster using his massive feet to plow through a city landscape.
Harry Potter Art Imagines If The Characters Were Part Of The Office (Including Some Surprise Villains)
Quirky new Harry Potter art imagines what would happen if the Hogwarts characters were part of the classic NBC sitcom The Office, including villains.
Doctor Who's Ace companion actress Sophie Aldred reflects fondly on her reunion with Seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy for "The Power of the Doctor."
"It’s Hard To Hear That At 13": Millie Bobby Brown Recalls A Specific Unfair Criticism She Got During Stranger Things Promos
Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown recounts the harsh criticism she received at age 13 after making her debut in the popular Netflix series.
American Horror Stories season 3 trailer teases chilling new horror tales that will be released right in time for Halloween, coming on October 26.
Rick and Morty creatives Dan Harmon and Scott Marder detail the complicated process that went into recasting former star Justin Roiland.
Top Gun-based documentary series about real-life U.S. Navy pilots training to fly challenging planes is in the works from National Geographic.
“Studios Don’t Do This”: Kevin Costner’s Release Plan For Epic Two-Part Western Breaks All Conventions
Kevin Costner's unconventional release plan for his two-part Western films Horizon: An American Saga and its sequel is detailed by Hollywood insiders.
Director Shawn Levy likens Taylor Swift to legendary director Steven Spielberg, saying the musician has "the makings of a hell of a director."
Jordan Peele takes over the Netflix Top 10, with his first two breakout horror films, Get Out and Us, scoring spots on the daily viewing chart.
Five Nights at Freddy's experience an alarming on-set glitch as one of the character's animatronic arms spontaneously burst into flames.
Blumhouse Exec Jokingly Pitches Wild Horror Crossovers With M3GAN, Halloween & Five Nights At Freddy's
Blumhouse executive Jason Blum jokingly poses amusing horror crossovers between M3GAN and Halloween and Five Nights at Freddy's.
Shameless actors Emmy Rossum and Ethan Cutkosky, who played siblings Fiona and Carl Gallagher, reunite two years after the show concluded.
Doctor Who releases a brand new theme song for the upcoming episodes, and it's an exciting new take to invite in a new franchise Time Lord.
BBC shared unused takes of David Tennant's emotional final line on Doctor Who in 2010, during the moment when his Tenth Doctor had to say goodbye.
SAG-AFTRA's strike for fair pay will continue after negotiations with the AMPTP fail, with both the AMPTP and SAG releasing statements.
Taylor Swift expresses gratitude towards the fans who have shown their support for Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour movie, as the release expands further.
Iconic lost vampire film London After Midnight, whose last copies were burned in an MGM vault fire, are recreated in eerie new gouache painting art.
Snow White digital art puts Gal Gadot and Rachel Zegler in their Evil Queen and Snow White roles, respectively, imagining their live-action looks.