Tom Hanks pulls on his iconic Mr. Rogers sweater as Sony releases a new look at the upcoming biopic.
Sophia Lillis is on the case as the iconic teenage detective in a sneak peek at Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase.
The new action thriller Kiss Kiss has been picked up by Cleopatra Entertainment for release on March 5th.
Gwyneth Paltrow has confirmed that she won't return to the MCU after the events seen in Avengers: Endgame.
Dan Aykroyd, director Ivan Reitman and Ernie Hudson are among the Ghostbusters dignitaries who will be on hand at Ghostbusters Fan Fest.
Aquaman is now the second highest grossing DCEU movie at the domestic box office behind Wonder Woman.
The Nun and The Crooked Man action figures are the first in Neca's new line of The Conjuring action figures.
Bette Midler has stepped in for Emily Blunt and Julie Andrews to perform Oscar nominated song The Place Where Lost Things Go during the telecast.
Funko has unveiled its lineup of Spider-Man: Far From Home pop figures showing MJ with a cool new weapon.
The story has changed on Harley Quinn's participation in James Gunn's The Suicide Squad, with Margot Robbie said to return.
John Boyega has officially wrapped on Star Wars 9 and received some cool parting gifts in the process.
The Academy has changed its mind and will now air all of the winners live during the broadcast.
Warner Bros. has announced a number of new release dates with Paramount and Universal also tagging the calendar.
Disney has announced an epic event for this October in celebration of Frozen 2 and all the new toys and merchandise that comes with it.
Disney has announced that both Star Wars 9 and The Mandalorian will get all new toys and other products during a big launch event this fall.
The Bumblebee home release will include plenty of deleted and extended scenes, a gag reel and a whole lot more.
Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly's trashed comedy Holmes & Watson gets a second chance at cult status with the Blu-ray and DVD heading home soon.
Director Tara Wood successfully reclaims rights to authorized documentary feature 21 Years: Quentin Tarantino.
GKIDS and Fathom Events return with a new Studio Ghibli Series lineup of celebrated animated masterpieces in U.S. cinemas throughout 2019.