Producer Simon Kinberg reveals that X-Men: Apocalypse is the biggest movie in the franchise while answering fan questions in a video Q&A.
Fantastic Four producer Simon Kinberg confirms reshoots are happening, and that a trailer will be in theaters February 13.
Simon Kinberg is reportedly taking over writing duties from Gary Whitta on the first Star Wars spinoff, directed by Gareth Edwards.
Simon Kinberg hints that there will be new and familiar characters in X-Men: Apocalypse, and confirms Days of Future Past altered the timeline.
Simon Kinberg says original X-Men characters will be recast for Apocalypse, since it takes place 20 years before the first movie.
Star Wars 7 writer Lawrence Kasdan is rumored to be penning the screenplay for the Boba Fett stand-alone movie based on existing elements found in the Expanded Universe.
Simon Kinberg, who is working on both the X-Men and Fantastic Four franchises, reveals the challenges involved in merging both universes.
Producer Simon Kinberg hints that the brother and sister duo may unite in this follow-up to X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Disney executives are rumored to be struggling with the bounty hunter's alliance and whether or not he should remain a bad guy.
Writer-producer Simon Kinberg confirmed that production is set to begin in Louisiana in two weeks, while teasing how the characters get their powers.
While Star Wars Rebels will draw inspiration from 'everywhere,' the new trilogy and spin-offs will be strictly based on the first 6 movies.
Producer Simon Kinberg details the origins of the series, promising less politics and a more character driven story.
Executive producer Simon Kinberg reveals his longtime adoration for the franchise. Plus, he explains the appeal of telling the Rebel Alliance's origin story.
Josh Trank is directing and producing this superhero remake alongside producers Matthew Vaughn and Cliff Lanning.
Producer Simon Kinberg is also present for a special event in Los Angeles where fans got to explore this sci-fi thriller.
Frank Oz reveals that he is willing to return as the voice of Yoda in Disney's new movies, but the character will be CGI.
Star Wars: Episode IX to be written by X-Men: First Class scribe Simon Kinberg at the same time.
Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, director Neill Blomkamp, and producer Simon Kinberg shed some light on this highly-anticipated sci-fi adventure.
Michael Fassbender and Jennifer Lawrence headline this cast reunion, though no start or release date has been set yet.
The studio hires the writer/producer of the first movie to shape the story for the sequel to the franchise hit.