A vision from God leads Noah on a quest to help save the world. Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly star in this epic adventure.
The animation veterans previously worked on Wreck-It Ralph and Hotel Transylvania. The Simpsons writer Jon Vitti is providing the script.
Martin Scorsese and Dean Devlin are executive producing this mob thriller. Production is scheduled to begin October 28th in New York.
Arnold Schwarzenegger reveals how you can win an iPad Mini and other prizes at WhatWouldArnoldSay.com.
The story is set in a world where technology is stifled for the greater good. The novel by Daniel Suarez will be published on February 20th.
Marvel executive Kevin Feige says they are still trying to figure out what to do with the characters. The studio wants to ease them back into the cinematic universe.
Dolph Lundgren stars as a federal agent chasing a wanted drug kingpin. Vinnie Jones and Randy Couture co-star in this action-thriller.
The actor was found dead in his Manhattan apartment by a screenwriter this afternoon, from an apparent drug overdose.
Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson star in this 1976 classic about an aging rock star who falls for a young singer, debuting on Blu-ray February 5.
Bryan Cranston is determined to find out the truth behind an epic catastrophe in the latest footage from Gareth Edwards' thriller.
Wendy and Lizzie Molyneux are basing the story on the Harvey Comics character about a demon child who performs good deeds.
Matthew McConaughey stars as an AIDS patient who shakes up the system by obtaining unapproved drugs. The bonus features include deleted scenes.
Jason Cotten is attached to direct this thriller about a killer hunting down supernatural creatures. He searches for a prodigy while caught in a deadly war.
Vin Diesel praises Dwayne Johnson's work as Agent Hobbs. Production continues in Atlanta on director James Wan's action sequel.
Plus, we have new photos and posters from this highly-anticipated sequel. Author Suzanne Collins praises Lionsgate's marketing team in a statement.
The Walking Dead's Jon Bernthal is seen in action. Go behind the last 13 days of production on this WWII thriller.
Zac Efron, Miles Teller and Michael B. Jordan star as three friends who vow to remain single. Director Tom Gormican's comedy hits January 31st, 2014.
Nick Offerman voices this towering Lego pirate who offers odd analogies. But how does he have a metal beard if he's made of plastic?
A pair of turkeys travel back in time to change Thanksgiving forever. Hang on to your nuggets, this animated sequel hits theaters November 1st.
The Bridesmaids star will play Daddy Warbucks' assistant Grace in director Will Gluck's musical remake.