Bruce Lee plays an important part in the Sharon Tate murder and Quentin Tarantino is incorporating that into Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
SyFy will debut the Christmas shark movie Santa Jaws as part of their Sharknado Week lineup.
It Follows writer/director David Robert Mitchell will pen the script for a horror flick called They Hear It, based on the terrifying short from Julian Terry.
Tessa Thompson will star as Lady opposite Justin Theroux as Tramp in Disney's live-action Lady and the Tramp remake.
Jack Whitehall will play Disney's first openly gay character in Jungle Cruise, which has caused some controversy.
Shawn Levy reveals that the Uncharted movie has a great script and is close to the starting line.
Neo, Morphius and Trinity make their way to stunning 4K Ultra HD this October in a fantastic looking set for The Matrix trilogy.
Laurence Fishburne and Ian McShane meet in the latest official look at John Wick 3.
Crazy Rich Asians opens against Mark Wahlberg's Mile 22 and the ice age survival tale Alpha this weekend.
Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights unmasks Haddonfield's infamous slasher in all-new terrifying mazes based on Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers.
The newest TV Spot for Corin Hardy's The Nun taps into our primal fears of being buried alive.
Producer Jon Landau reveals some new details on what to expect with James Cameron's upcoming Avatar sequels.
The Darkest Minds is a long way from being considered as strong as titles like The Hunger Games and The Maze Runner.
Director Niki Caro has shared a new photo from Disney's live-action Mulan, which just kicked off production.
Come for the addictive allure of 1980s-era nostalgia, stay for the harrowing 3rd Act that will leave you gasping in Summer of 84.
Funko is releasing a massive line of new Pop! figures and more in honor of the Nightmare Before Christmas 25th anniversary.
Taraji P. Henson enters the mind of man in the hilarious new trailer for the gender-swapped remake What Men Want.
Youtubers have complained about a five second micro-advertisement for The Nun that's just too scary.
Danish director Gustav Moller offers an intense minute-and-a-half that will leave you wanting more in The Guilty trailer.