A new Dark Crystal prequel TV series inspired by Jim Henson's groundbreaking vision is coming to Netflix.
Reports claim that Chris Cornell ended his final Soundgarden performance with a Led Zeppelin cover about death.
A new report claims that part of Han Solo: A Star Wars Movie will take place on a cold industrial planet.
A new Star Wars: The Last Jedi tie-in book hints at the return of a classic spaceship from the original trilogy.
Pulse Films is filming XY Chelsea, a new documentary with the full participation of Wikileaks source Chelsea Manning.
The all-new War for the Planet of the Apes trailer has Caesar and his army ready to finish their complete takeover of the world.
Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith had an alternate ending that gave Natalie Portman a way better send off.
The first audiences have seen Wonder Woman and their overall response seems to be a positive one.
Paul McCartney sets sail as a greasy Pirate in a new poster for Dead Men Tell No Tales.
Rumors swirling around an important piece of jewelry in Star Wars 8 have now been put to rest.
A rather embarrassing Revenge of the Sith scene has been changed in the official Star Wars canon.
The original cast of Love Actually is back for a new short film that will debut during the 2017 Red Nose Day Special on NBC.
Amy Schumer says her new comedy Snatched may have left her brother forever traumatized after seeing one unexpected scene.
A new rumor suggests that Hasbro accidentally leaked Supreme Leader Snoke's true name in a new toy listing.
Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford and director Denis Villeneuve go live for a special Blade Runner 2 Q&A presented by IMAX.
The MTV Movie Awards celebrates movie of the year nominee Get Out by turning it into a hilarious romantic comedy.
Christina Nicassio stabbed her dad to death claiming Brendan Fraser's The Mummy told her to.
Director James Gunn opens up about his suicidal thoughts as a young boy in a message to fans as Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 dominates at the box office.
President of Viacom's Nickelodeon Group Cyma Zarghami has officially announced that the third Spongebob movie is happening.
Stan Lee has been playing the same character in every Marvel movie, and provides a connection to 20th Century Fox's X-Men universe as well.