Annabelle 3 was officially announced at Comic-Con's big Scarediego event held by Warner Bros. and New Line.
Take a trip with Tony Stark from his humble beginnings in a cave to his latest run in with Thanos as we examine his superhero arc and what it means.
Director Andy Muschiette warns Comic-Con crowd that It: Chapter 2 is a lot scarier than original movie.
Warner Bros. and DC Films are moving full steam ahead with the Joker Origin Movie.
Captain Marvel is the next movie coming up in the expansive Marvel Cinematic Universe.
A newly revealed casting call may give us some clues as to the villains in James Bond 25.
Jason Momoa wants his version of Aquaman to have a cool edge, but some fans keep pointing out things to make fun of.
I Still See You is a romantic supernatural thriller that hits theaters this fall.
The Walking Dead's Greg Nicotero is resurrecting the beloved George A. Romero, Stephen King anthology Creepshow as a new series available exclusively on Shudder.
Warner Bros. has released the first footage from Godzilla: King of the Monsters ahead of SDCC 2018.
Jessica Chastain and Sophia Lillis are the focus in a new fan-made promotional image from IT 2.
Corin Hardy directs The Nun, which is billed as the darkest chapter in The Conjuring universe.
It looks like James Wan's Aquaman has ditched the pathetic little seahorse that Arthur Curry rode in the Super Friends cartoon series.
Mondo is bringing an exclusive Avengers: Infinity War poster to San Diego Comic-Con this weekend.
Warner Bros. is re-releasing The Dark Knight in IMAX, but on a very limited number of screens.
Twin filmmakers Jen and Sylvia Soska have commenced filming their remake of David Cronenberg's seminal body horror Rabid, originally released in 1977.
A new poster for Halloween has debuted online ahead of the movie's presentation at SDCC 2018.
Disney and Lucasfilm are bringing Solo: A Star Wars Story home on Blu-ray and DVD this fall packed with special features and deleted scenes.
Welcome to Marwen tells the true story of Mark Hogancamp's road to recovery after a violent assault nearly kills him.
According to Forbes, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson made an incredible $124 million last year.