From the producer of Get Out and Halloween, comes a timely take on a cult horror classic as a campus killer comes to face a formidable group of friends in sisterhood. Hawthorne College is quieting down for the holidays. But as Riley Stone and her Mu Kappa Epsilon sisters prepare to deck the halls with a series of seasonal parties, a black-masked stalker begins killing sorority women one by one. As the body count rises, the sisters start to question whether they can trust any man. Whoever the killer is, he's about to discover that this generation's young women aren't about to be anybody's victims.
A collection of some of the best original science fiction and fantasy short fiction published on Tor.com in 2019. Includes stories by: Elizabeth Bear Siobhan Carroll John Chu Greg Egan Kathleen Ann Goonan S. L. Huang Carole Johnstone KJ Kabza Erinn L. Kemper Mary Robinette Kowal Rich Larson M. Evan MacGriogir Seanan McGuire Lis Mitchell Mimi Mondal Annalee Newitz Silvia Park Laurie Penny Brenda Peynado Christopher Rowe Rivers Solomon Karin Tidbeck JY Yang E. Lily Yu At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
A small-town marshal who hasn't carried a gun since he left the Texas Rangers after a tragic shooting must pick up his gun again. This time to do battle with a gang of outlaw bikers that has invaded the town to pull off a brazen and violent heist.
For decades, DC has been the perfect starting place for anyone interested in graphic novels, with genre-defining books such as Watchmen, Batman: The Killing Joke, V for Vendetta, DC Super Hero Girls and Mister Miracle. Now, we’ve created the perfect resource for any reader with the DC Essential Graphic Novels 2019 catalog. The 25 best graphic novels to begin with are here, alongside groups of great starting-point books for your favorite characters, such as Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, the Justice League and more! From DC Books for Young Readers to DC Black Label, MAD, DC Vertigo and Jinxworld, DC has the most diverse library of graphic novels in all of comics. The DC Essential Graphic Novels 2019 catalog makes it easy to find the perfect story for every reader!
Based on the famous New Yorker creations of Charles Addams, this animated action-comedy follows the Addams family whose lives begin to unravel when they face-off against a crafty reality-TV host while also preparing for their extended family to arrive for a major celebration, Addams-style. Starring the voices of Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron, Chloë Grace Moretz, Finn Wolfhard, Nick Kroll, Better Midler and Allison Janney!
The death of a major fashion designer, a celebrity fashion line and the changing of the guard at the Council of Fashion Designers of America.
These are just some of the biggest fashion news stories that have made headlines this year. The year began with the sad news of legendary Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld passing away at the age of 85, then transitioned to a packed summer of news that ended with luxury retailer Barneys New York filing for bankruptcy.
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From the many changes at Calvin Klein, Marchesa and the Council of Fashion Designers of America to Rihanna’s Fenty fashion label, here are the biggest fashion news stories of 2019, so far.
Karl Lagerfeld Dies at 85, February 2019
The fashion world was in mourning upon the news that Chanel fashion designer, Karl Lagerfeld, died at the age of 85 on Feb. 19. Rumors of the designer falling ill began increasing after he was absent from Chanel’s spring 2019 couture show a few weeks prior.
Lagerfeld’s model muses, celebrities and other fashion designers took to social media to share their memories of the designer upon his death, including Kim Kardashian, Rihanna, Claudia Schiffer, Cindy Crawford and
The Internet loves piping hot tea, but this year, the tea was too hot.
A number of fiascos rocked the beauty influencer community in 2019. First, there was James Charles and Tati Westbrook, which started as backlash over vitamins and devolved into allegations of sexual harassment. Next up was Jaclyn Hill, whose cosmetic brand’s launch went awry. Manny Mua, who was collectively “canceled” by the Internet in 2018, returned to social media to announce his first product collaboration with Morphe. And finally, there was the YouTube docu-series on the most successful influencer launch of the year: Shane Dawson and Jeffree Star, whose warehouse was robbed in the spring.
Controversy is inevitable fodder for social media, where users are apt to sensationalize stories both true and false. At its worst, social media becomes a courthouse with an endless amount of judges and jurors. And, as the aforementioned YouTubers saw this year, the verdict has real-life ramifications: their businesses are at stake.
In the case of Charles vs. Westbrook, the Internet collectively took Westbrook’s unsubstantiated statements and ran with them, canceling Charles, who lost 3 million YouTube subscribers. Charles also canceled his tour, prices for which went as high as $ 336 on SeatGeek, and took
Two lighthouse keepers (Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe) fight each other for survival and sanity on a remote and mysterious New England island in the 1890s. From Robert Eggers, the visionary filmmaker behind horror masterpiece The Witch.
For much of the European designer crowd, the trip to Miami for Art Basel has been in-and-out (see Alessandro Michele, Daniel Lee) and it was no different for Berluti’s Kris Van Assche.
“Twenty-hour flight for 24 hours in Miami,” Van Assche said Thursday evening from the rooftop above the Berluti boutique in the Design District.
Van Assche was in Miami this week for his third Art Basel, to debut his collaboration with François Laffanour of Galerie Downtown: 17 original Pierre Jeanneret pieces, upholstered in Berluti’s Venezia leather.
“I’ve loved Pierre Jeanneret furniture for a very long time,” Van Assche explained. The collection includes items ranging from cinema chairs and a daybed to a desk, a bench and an armchair, done in colorful hand-applied patina, a break from the tradition of shoes and accessories for the Berluti brand, he said.
“I wanted to break that open and have it be about clothes, but use patina now in this very contemporary context,” the designer said. “Tradition with shoes is fine but it’s also possible to use that tradition in a very contemporary and modern way. So it’s about proving that all that know-how can also be used for something totally different. This is a big step
When mischievous friends Yi (Chloe Bennet), Jin, and Peng discover a young yeti on their roof, they name him Everest and embark on a thrilling adventure to reunite the magical creature with his family. On the journey of their lifetimes, Everest helps Yi, Jin, and Peng unlock an inner bravery they didn’t know they had. And as they travel across China to return the magical creature to his home, Everest will help them discover where they truly belong, too.
See what's new from TOKYOPOP in 2018! This issue features articles and interviews with and about the authors of our popular titles "Goldfisch," "Undead Messiah," "Kamo," "Sword Princess Amaltea" and "Ocean of Secrets." — For our full release calendar, please visit our site at tokyopop.com/releases —
PEER-TO-PEER: At this year’s Fashion Awards in London, the British Fashion Council will be celebrating the Designer’s Designer, an accolade that coincides with the launch of the BFC’s new membership program.
Nominees include Christopher Kane, Roksanda Ilincic, Margaret Howell, Jonathan Anderson and Simone Rocha. The membership program’s 80 founding members will be voting for the winner of the Designer’s Designer award.
It will be presented during the 2019 ceremony, which takes place at Royal Albert Hall on Dec. 2.
According to the BFC, all nominees were chosen for having had a “global impact” and because they “moved the needle in increasing their positive brand perception” through collaborations, product design and creativity.
The new BFC membership scheme aims to raise funds for designers, business programs, education and scholarships, and wants to encourage a stronger sense of community and collaboration among its members. It also aims to tap into “a much wider community, not just the brands that are part of the schedule at London Fashion Week,” said BFC chair Stephanie Phair.
It will provide a new revenue stream for the BFC. Membership fees are based on annual turnover, and range from designer members to patron members. Businesses with up to 1 million pounds in turnover pay
Hollywood and Anytown, USA collided for the 53rd annual CMA Awards … and they blended perfectly. Gigi Hadid, Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman were on hand Wednesday night at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Gigi hung out with Kacey Musgraves,…
After a hiatus, Nike looks to be making a small comeback at this year’s sneaker and streetwear convention ComplexCon.
The megabrand participates annually in numerous conventions focused on sneaker culture and streetwear (of which there are more every year), including Sneaker Con. But last year it skipped ComplexCon entirely for the first time since the event started in 2016 as a huge combination of brand product drops, panels, creative events and music acts. Nike at the time said there was no specific reason for it not participating.
A bit of new Nike Inc. product will be back this year, albeit in a far lesser capacity than earlier years. The brand apparently will again have no booth at the event and it is again not an advertiser, either, but it does have two co-branded products dropping. Last year it had none.
The first is a limited edition (126 pairs) of the Nike Kyrie 5 done with Sneaker Room. The second drop is a Nike collaboration with Atmos, the Harlem-based sneaker boutique. The release of the color-driven capsule collaboration, dubbed “Pop the Street,” is coming through Atmos’ presence at the convention and includes T-shirts, hoodies and Nike Air Force 1 sneaker. Similarly, the Nike products
Halloween’s a lot like all the other holidays in one major way … celebrities seem to have more fun doing it. Huge stars like Drake, Kylie Jenner, LeBron James, Kevin Hart, Megan Thee Stallion, Jordyn Woods, Sofia Richie, Kyle Kuzma and a bunch…
Perhaps catering to the fact that the average human attention span is now a mere eight seconds, the 2019 Class of Folio: 100 and Rising Star Honorees were asked to accept their awards with 10 words or less.
Many of the winning media types, c-suite executives, strategists and up-and-comers proved that they were up for the challenge at Thursday afternoon’s event at the Hilton Hotel in New York. In doing so, they demonstrated while content is still king, conciseness reigns supreme — especially in a roomful of newsmakers. Given that, organizers kept the post-lunch acceptance speeches moving with their novel approach. The Halloween event capped off the two-day, “The Folio: Show,” which had the ominous endgame of transforming publishing.
That undeniably is one tall order, but a slew of media representatives were honored. Meredith’s president and chief digital officer Catherine Levene, Paul Jowdy, chief business officer and publisher of WWD + Fairchild Live, The Nation’s Erin O’Mara, Fast Company’s publisher Amanda Smith and Bauer Media Group USA’s Jeff Wellington were among the c-suite winners that made their way to the podium. One of the honorees, Time’s chief people officer Sue Suh, hinted at the media landscape’s reinvention. She said, “I love that
When a young US soldier in Afghanistan witnesses other recruits killing civilians under the direction of a sadistic sergeant, he begins to fear that the men he's serving with might be the ones to kill him.
Based on the Vertigo comic book series from DC Entertainment, the film stars Oscar nominee Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish and Elisabeth Moss as three 1978 Hell’s Kitchen housewives whose mobster husbands are sent to prison by the FBI. Left with little but a sharp ax to grind, the ladies take the Irish mafia’s matters into their own hands—proving unexpectedly adept at everything from running the rackets to taking out the competition…literally.
Disney’s The Lion King, directed by Jon Favreau, journeys to the African savanna, where a future king is born. Simba idolizes his father, King Mufasa, and takes to heart his own royal destiny. But not everyone in the kingdom celebrates the new cub’s arrival. Scar, Mufasa’s brother—and former heir to the throne—has plans of his own. The battle for Pride Rock is ravaged with betrayal, tragedy and drama, ultimately resulting in Simba’s exile. With help from a curious pair of newfound friends, Simba will have to figure out how to grow up and take back what is rightfully his. The all-star cast includes Donald Glover as Simba, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter as Nala, James Earl Jones as Mufasa, Chiwetel Ejiofor as Scar, Seth Rogen as Pumbaa and Billy Eichner as Timon. Disney’s The Lion King utilizes pioneering filmmaking techniques to bring treasured characters to life in a whole new way.
The 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards are proof “Hot Girl Summer” is far from over … because some of the sexiest celebs in the industry showed up to rub elbows with rising star Megan Thee Stallion. Check out the pics from behind the scenes … Lil Kim…
Based on the thrilling and inspirational life of an iconic American freedom fighter, HARRIET tells the extraordinary tale of Harriet Tubman’s escape from slavery and transformation into one of America’s greatest heroes.
Wide-eyed Midwest transplant Stan (Chace Crawford) agrees to play wingman to his calculating and privileged roommate Chad (Kevin Zegers) as they embark upon an exploration of glittering New York nightlife, whose darkest secrets are held captive by an elite band of millennials known as Nighthawks.
It’s going down tomorrow (Sept 29) in Philly. In front of a SOLD OUT crowd in the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA. The San Francisco Shock (23-5) will take on the Vancouver Titans (25-3) for all the marbles at the 2019 Overwatch League Grand Finals.
Unlike like season 1’s lopsided finals that saw the London Spitfire wipe the floor with the Philly Fusion, season 2’s final’s matchup looks to be more promising. During the season the Shock and Titans split the four matches between them with each team walking away with 2 wins.
Led by Overwatch League MVP Jay “Sinatraa” Won and Matthew “Super” DeLisi the Shock is looking to come out on top and bring home the $ 1.1 million in prize money. It won’t be easy though, the Titans are no pushover thanks to the play of the league’s Rookie of The Year, Hyo-Jong “Haksal” Kim and the support play of Kim “SLIME” Sung-jun. While no one wants to be second place, $ 600,000 in prize money isn’t something to be sad about.
Man, remember when they said playing video games was a complete waste of time? We don’t recall that either.
The event which is described as the Super Bowl of Esports is not just about the big matchup either. There are also performances as well. Last year in Brooklyn, at the Barclay’s Arena home of New York’s better basketball team right now, DJ Khaled hit the stage before the final showdown. This year attendees can look forward to a performance from DJ and songwriter, Zedd before the Grand Finals match.
In between the action, Philly’s own and member of the legendary Hip-Hop group, The Roots, DJ Questlove will keep the crowd entertained.
Now if you weren’t fortunate enough to score a ticket, you can catch all of the action on Twitch stream below and on ABC. So make sure the fridge is stocked and the snacks are on deck, you’re in for one hell of a match.
Celebrity red-carpet looks are making headlines more than ever.
This year, many of today’s buzziest celebrities have used their red-carpet appearances to showcase high fashion looks, creating viral moments that have stuck in the cultural lexicon.
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Vintage looks — ones by Thierry Mugler, to be specific — made a comeback on the likes of Cardi B and Kim Kardashian, while other celebrities such as Elizabeth Hurley and Jennifer Lopez celebrated their own iconic Versace dresses of the Nineties and early Aughts with reimagined versions.
From Timothée Chalamet’s glam satin silver suit to Katie Holmes’ cashmere cardigan with matching bra, here are the celebrity fashion looks that went viral in 2019, so far.
Cardi B in Thierry Mugler, February 2019
Cardi B wears vintage 1995 Thierry Mugler at the Grammys.
Possibly her most dramatic red-carpet dress to date, Cardi B surprised everyone at the 2019 Grammy Awards in a vintage Thierry Mugler Venus sheath dress from 1995.
The fashion look was months in the making, starting in September 2018 when Cardi B’s stylist, Kollin Carter, direct-messaged the Mugler brand on Instagram. Carter and Cardi B were soon after invited to Mugler creative director Casey Cadwallader’s debut runway
When Batgirl, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Green Lantern, Bumblebee, and Zatanna are continually late to class because of their crime-fighting, they are sentenced to finding an after-school club for a whole week … or else they'll be suspended! But finding a club is not as easy as it looks, and when the girls keep finding themselves kicked out of the clubs they like, they must think outside of the box and go outside their comfort zones to avoid suspension. This first chapter from the DC SUPER HERO GIRLS: AT METROPOLIS HIGH graphic novel is perfect for ages 6-10 and a great entry point into the DC Universe.
A mysterious techno-virus has been released on Earth, infecting 600 million people and turning them instantly into violent, monstrous engines of destruction. The heroes of the DCU are caught completely unprepared for a pandemic of this magnitude and struggle to save their loved ones first… but what happens to the World's Greatest Heroes if the world ends?
The 2019 Emmy Awards have officially arrived, and stars from some of your all-time favorite TV shows, from ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘This Is Us’ to ‘Mrs. Maisel’ and ‘Fleabag,’ rolled up to the red carpet serving looks. Check out some of the evening’s best-dressed celebs right here. News
Batman: Nightwalker: The Graphic Novel Batman Day 2019 Special Edition #1 features an excerpt from the upcoming DC graphic novel for young adults based on the New York Times bestselling novel by Marie Lu, adapted by writer Stuart Moore with art and cover by Chris Wildgoose.
When a young nurse downloads an app that claims to predict exactly when a person is going to die, it tells her she only has three days to live. With time ticking away and death closing in, she must find a way to save her life before time runs out.
On Halloween, a group of friends encounter an "extreme" haunted house that promises to feed on their darkest fears. The night turns deadly as they come to the horrifying realization that some nightmares are real.
“Shaft” is the next chapter in the film franchise featuring the coolest private eye on any New York City block. JJ, aka John Shaft Jr. (Usher), may be a cyber security expert with a degree from MIT, but to uncover the truth behind his best friend’s untimely death, he needs an education only his dad can provide. Absent throughout JJ’s youth, the legendary locked-and-loaded John Shaft (Jackson) agrees to help his progeny navigate Harlem’s heroin-infested underbelly. And while JJ’s own FBI analyst’s badge may clash with his dad’s trademark leather coat, there’s no denying family. Besides, Shaft’s got an agenda of his own, and a score to settle that’s professional and personal.
A contemporary re-imagining of the 1988 horror classic, "Child’s Play" follows Karen (Aubrey Plaza), a single mother who gifts her son Andy (Gabriel Bateman) a Buddi doll, unaware of its more sinister nature. "Child’s Play" is directed by Lars Klevberg ("Polaroid") from a screenplay by Tyler Burton Smith and produced by Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg of KatzSmith Productions ("It," "It: Chapter Two").
Jack Malik was just another struggling songwriter…but that was yesterday. After a mysterious blackout, Jack (Himesh Patel) discovers he is the only person on earth who remembers The Beatles! As he rockets to fame by passing off the Fab Four's songs as his own, Jack risks losing Ellie (Lily James) – the one person who has loved him and believed in him from the start. Before the door to his old life closes forever, Jack must decide if all he needs is love, after all. Kate McKinnon and Ed Sheeran also star in this romantic rock 'n' roll comedy from Academy Award®-winning director Danny Boyle and Academy Award®-nominated screenwriter Richard Curtis.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II is joking—or maybe not—when he says that the title of his breakout movie should be Aquaman: I Watched It on a Plane. Evidently that’s what some people tell him upon learning that he played the villain Black Manta opposite Jason Momoa’s marine superhero. It made $ 1 billion, so folks saw it in theaters, too.
Haven’t flown much lately? Then maybe you recognize Abdul-Mateen II from his first role, playing Cadillac on Baz Luhrmann’s The Get Down, a Netflix series about the rise of hip-hop in the 1970s. You might also know him as Karl, the lead in the latest season of Black Mirror. Little kids who saw Abdul-Mateen II in The Greatest Showman opposite Hugh Jackman joyfully tackle him. Still not ringing any bells? Just wait for his starring role in an adaptation of DC Comics’ Watchmen on HBO, opposite Regina King, out in October.
In fairness, Google can’t quite place him, either. The search engine says he’s an architect. Here’s what happened: The now 33-year-old was an undergrad at U.C. Berkeley, studying architecture, the fulfillment of a childhood dream to be in construction like his father. (Rejected career choices, circa age 5, include: basketball player, boxer, race car—as in an actual automobile.) He needed an elective, and a teammate from track recommended he take acting. “At the end of the semester,” he says, “the teacher told me, ‘You know, you’re pretty good. You should take some more classes,’” He did.
So the man can act. And he wears the hell out of some retro-inspired clothes. They reflect his own just-over-the-top style. “In college, before a party,” he says, “I’d ask my roommates, ‘How does this look?’ They’d say, ‘Stupid.’ I’d say, ‘Good.’”
Abdul-Mateen II wears two silver rings, one encircled by fleurs-de-lis, the symbol of New Orleans. He grew up there, before his family moved to the Bay Area.
He has with him two duffels. Those, and photos of his mother and late father, constitute the bulk of his immediate possessions. Abdul-Mateen II is a nomad, living on location or crashing among five older siblings.
Abdul-Mateen II’s family, and a few close friends, help him navigate his career. “I have to be careful,” he says. “Right now there are plenty of opportunities to say yes. I can get offered a role I should turn down, but think, ‘I can make that into something.’” He’s choosy about who he works with, like Jordan Peele, his director in Us and producer of Candyman, which Abdul-Mateen II is set to star in next year. Also indie filmmaker Zeresenay Mehari, who directed him and Dakota Fanning in the upcoming Sweetness in the Belly.
And Abdul-Mateen II is also writing a ton. It started on the set of Aquaman. He was scheduled to shoot at the very start of production and at the tail end. The middle three months was a slog of lifting weights just to stay in bad-guy shape. During lonely hours at the gym, he started dreaming up stories. “I lay out a blueprint,” he says, “with pictures on a board, lines connecting them, taking advantage of the fact that I think three-dimensionally.” He’s an architect, after all.
It’s clear the star of HBO’s Watchmen is caught between up-and-coming and here-and-now. As for his style—that, you’ll see, is timeless. Here’s our 2019 fall fashion preview featuring Abdul-Mateen II; check the credits to get the looks for yourself.
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The 2019 VMAs were all about Shawn Mendes and some sexy senoritas … and they dazzled behind the scenes. The Prudential Center in Newark, NJ was the center of the music world Monday night, with tons of A-listers in the house for MTV’s signature…
The beloved Crawleys and their staff prepare for the most important moment of their lives. A royal visit from the King and Queen of England will unleash scandal, romance and intrigue that will leave the future of Downton hanging in the balance.
Melinda (Tilda Cobham-Hervey), a lonely and unstable gas station attendant, is tired of being overshadowed by her more confident, outgoing co-worker Sheila (Suki Waterhouse). But after the gas station is held at gunpoint by Billy (Josh Hutcherson), Melinda takes the opportunity to take matters into her own hands, regardless of who gets hurt.
So far, 2019 has had no shortage of brand controversies in the fashion and beauty worlds.
The year started off with a number of gaffes from some of the biggest luxury fashion houses, in many cases resulting in public outcry, public apologies and, sometimes, changes in company policy. Some of the most notable fashion controversies of 2019 were Gucci’s infamous “blackface” balaclava and Burberry’s noose sweater. Kim Kardashian also came under fire for cultural appropriation when she revealed the name her first fashion line, a shapewear collection called Kimono.
From the backlash against Related Cos. chairman Stephen Ross and his many companies to Jaclyn Hill’s beauty brand recall, here is a breakdown of all the fashion and beauty brand controversies of 2019, so far.
Gucci accused of cultural appropriation, twice — February and May 2019
Gucci fall 2018
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Gucci came under fire for cultural appropriation not once, but twice in 2019. The first incident was in February when the designer house released a balaclava-style sweater in its fall 2018 ready-to-wear collection and on its web site, which many claimed resembled blackface.
The backlash was immediate on social media, including by Gucci collaborator Dapper Dan, who took to his Twitter account to express his disappointment
Everybody's welcome at Ma's. But good luck getting home safe. Sue Ann (Oscar® winner Octavia Spencer) is a lonely woman who keeps to herself in a quiet Ohio town. When a local teenage girl asks Sue Ann to buy some booze for her group of friends, she decides to make some new friends of her own and offers her basement for the kids to party. They just have to follow a few simple house rules: Someone has to stay sober. Don't curse. Never go upstairs. And call her "Ma." As Ma's hospitality curdles into obsession, what began as a teenage dream turns into a terrorizing nightmare, and Ma's place goes from the best place in town to the worst place on earth.
The title of the much-anticipated action entertainer that pits two of the biggest action superstars of our generation, Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff, in a massive showdown against each other has been aptly titled WAR.
It’s back-to-school shopping season — and with school doors opening soon, it’s time to load up the carts with all the essentials. From backpacks to handbags, here are some of WWD’s highlights for heading back-to-school.
Inspired by true events, Driven is a wickedly comedic look at a bromance gone bad. Set in the opulence of early 1980s California, the story follows the meteoric rise of John DeLorean (Lee Pace), and his iconic DeLorean Motor Company, through his friendship with charming ex-con turned FBI informant, Jim Hoffman (Jason Sudeikis).
The story follows the heroic efforts of the crypto-zoological agency Monarch as its members face off against a battery of god-sized monsters, including the mighty Godzilla, who collides with Mothra, Rodan, and his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah. When these ancient super-species—thought to be mere myths—rise again, they all vie for supremacy, leaving humanity’s very existence hanging in the balance.
The Story is about a power battle which is taking place in the higher echelons of power unrelated and unconnected episodes occurring in different parts of the globe, Intertwine in an unforeseen manner to revelation of mind games.