Weezer has released a video for their song Beginning of the End from the Bill & Ted Face the Music soundtrack.
Tom Cruise told The Mummy co-star no one was allowed to run with him.
One of the most dangerous dinosaur species from Jurassic Park are coming to Jurassic World: Dominion
Mercenaries find themselves racing against the clock to protect the fate of the human race in Hard Kill starring Jesse Metcalfe and Bruce Willis.
Stanley Kubrick's acclaimed 1987 Vietnam War masterpiece, Full Metal Jacket, will be released on Ultra HD Blu-ray and Digital on September 22.
The Lie, Black Box, Nocturne and Evil Eye are the first four films to premiere worldwide in October in Welcome to the Blumhouse.
U.S. genre film festivals announce collective virtual event, Nightstream, set for October which include Boston Underground, Brooklyn Horror, North Bend, Overlook, and Popcorn Frights.
Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt deliver a cinematic jolt to a barren summer in Project Power.
Mel Brooks' comedy classic Blazing Saddles now streams with a disclaimer by TCM host Jacqueline Stewart.
Shout! Studios has released the first trailer for Let's Scare Julie, a new horror/thriller with a unique hook.
Dennis Quaid decided to adopt a black cat with the same name as him from a shelter in Pennsylvania.
Todd McFarlane says he recently had conversations with a big animation company about a new Spawn project.
A new Twitter feature is helping the Stranger Things writers have some fun with the fans online.
Filmmaker Kevin Smith reveals that he has an idea for Tusk 2, a sequel to his 2014 horror/comedy.
Ryan Reynolds and Mint Mobile briefly joined the streaming wars with over 80 minutes of the 2003 movie Foolproof.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. concluded its seven-season run with a major connection to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Fast Times at Ridgemont High table read will be streaming on August 20th, with proceeds going to Sean Penn's CORE.
101 Studios has released the first trailer for The War With Grandpa, a new comedy starring Robert De Niro.
Rumors have recently swirled that Disney will almost entirely stop releasing 4K physical copies of its library titles.