Disney gives another animated classic the live-action treatment with Lady and the Tramp, debuting with Disney+ on November 12.
Universal Solider, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren's sci-fi action thriller from 1992, is getting a 4K release this November.
One of the tracks from The Rise of Skywalker possibly hints at an unfortunate fate of the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy.
Some Deadpool 3 news could be around the corner as evidenced by Ryan Reynolds' latest social media post.
Zoe Kravits has boarded The Batman as Catwoman alongside Robert Pattinson's Bruce Wayne.
Sonni Pacheco, Jeremy Renner's ex-wife, alleges that the Avengers: Endgame star threatened to kill her and himself.
Paramount has released a new Terminator: Dark Fate clip, heralding the return of Linda Hamilton's Sarah Connor to the franchise.
Todd Phillips' Joker continues to be a hit at the box office with second consecutive number one.
Bloodshot director Dave Wilson and producer Dinesh Shamdasani reveal that the first trailer is coming really soon.
Samara Weaving is set to play Scarlett in Snake Eyes, the upcoming G.I. Joe spin-off starring Henry Golding.
Chris Hemsworth is revealed in some new footage from Kevin Smith's upcoming Jay & Silent Bob Reboot.
Aaron Paul weighs in on whether or not El Camino was truly Jesse's last ride, or if we'll maybe see him in Better Call Saul.
Director Martin Scorsese discussed the two things test screenings changed about his iconic film.
Ruben Fleischer isn't on board to direct Venom 2, but he started the franchise and knows what the studios' goals are.
The star of Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman franchise confirmed he already has a script for the third and final installment.
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Features some major cameos from the show and Aaron Paul has opened up about them.
Disney+ isn't going to have everything upon its highly anticipated launch next month and some Marvel and Star Wars fans might be disappointed.
Hugh Grant went out to enjoy Todd Phillips' Joker and found it to be way too loud in the theaters like most movies these days.
Every title that will be available on Disney+ on its launch in the U.S. has been revealed, spanning from 1937 to 2019.