A few new details about the scale of Star Wars 9 have leaked from reputable sources on set.
Jake Gyllenhaal learns that all art is dangerous in the Netflix original thriller Velvet Buzzsaw.
First three Pixar short films debut Jan. 18, 2019 at Hollywood's El Capitan Theatre with availability on YouTube and Disney+ to follow.
Marvel Studios has provided a look at two new posters that celebrate the heroes and villains of the MCU.
Both Atom Tickets and Fandango are reporting big first day ticket sales for Captain Marvel.
Sunrise Inc. and Fathom Events have teamed up to bring Mobile Suit Gundam NT to theaters this February.
Netflix has delivered the trailer for their next original thriller IO starring Anthony Mackie and Margaret Qualley.
With Bird Box a certified phenomenon for Netflix, the creator behind it has announced his band's new album Quiet Riots.
Dev Patel stars in the stirring new drama Hotel Mumbai, which hits theaters this March.
Jordan Sanders swaps lives with her 13 year-old self in the new switcheroo comedy from Girls Trip producer Will Packer.
The green snake with a baby's head has finally been revealed from Bird Box by the VFX team responsible.
Men in Black Producer Walter Parkes admits that Sony tried hard to do a Jump Street meets Men in Black crossover but it was impossible.
Overlord is finally coming to 4K, Blu-ray and Digital soon with an extensive behind-the-scenes look at the making of the movie.
Brie Larson introduces the world of Captain Marvel in an exciting new behind-the-scenes featurette from Disney and Marvel.
The Wimpy Kid universe expands with a new book told from the perspective of Rowley Jefferson in Dairy of an Awesome Friendly Kid.
Disney has announced the 4K, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital release for The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, which is loaded with extras.
Marvel and Disney have released a special look at Captain Marvel as ticket sales are announced.
Atom Tickets and Fandango have both announced that Captain Marvel tickets are now available for purchase.
Fangoria Issue 2 has arrived for subscribers and includes Joe Bob Briggs on the front cover for the first time in the history of the long-standing horror magazine.