Robert Rodriguez and James Mangold reportedly stepped up to direct their own episodes of The Mandalorian season 2.
CBS has found its small screen version of Clarice Starling in Pretty Little Liars and The Originals actress Rebecca Breeds.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to get The Simpsons treatment in an upcoming episode.
Kevin Hart has been given a new perspective on life since his car accident according to his Jumanji co-stars Dwayne Johnson and Jack Black.
Star of Onward and Spider-Man: Far From Home, Tom Holland, has taken to social media to give thanks to Disney and what they have given him.
Universal Pictures has the lone new wide release at the box office this weekend with The Invisible Man.
Spider-Man is safely in the MCU for now, but Tom Holland says Sony had a wonderful idea for the character's exit.
It appears there may be more than just Carnage and Eddie Brock's symbiote in the upcoming Venom 2.
Henry Golding announces that Snake Eyes has officially wrapped and promises some intense action.
Will Arnett voices a giant wrestling monster with dreams of winning the championship in the upcoming animated movie Rumble.
Marvel Comics has revealed new details about Star Wars: The High Republic, Lucasfilm's massive new publishing campaign.
Tyler Perry's family is reportedly suspicious of Gavin Porter's death and don't believe that it was suicide.
The Weeknd And Kendrick Lamar are being sued by defunct experimental rock band Yeasayer over an alleged uncleared sample.
The remake of World War I classic All Quiet on the Western Front is set to star Captain America: Civil War star Daniel Brühl, and will be in German.
Robert Englund feels he is too old to play Freddy Krueger in live-action, but animation is another story.
The Movies That Made Us is coming back for season 2, which movies are they going to tackle this time around?
The Blu-ray packaging for Rian Johnson's Knives Out contains a pretty massive spoiler on the back.
Thanos' Chitauri Gorillas were a force to be reckoned with in Avengers: Endgame and they look pretty creepy under their masks.
Steven Spielberg is no longer directing Indiana Jones 5, but Harrison Ford is still attached to star.