John Wick star Lance Reddick has joined Gerard Butler in the upcoming sequel Angel Has Fallen.
Nicolas Cage will finally get his chance to play Superman in the upcoming DC animated comedy Teen Titans GO! to the Movies.
The Director and the Jedi provides an intimate look at Rian Johnson's process and journey of bringing Star Wars: The Last Jedi to life.
Steven Spielberg delightfully returns to blockbuster filmmaking with Ready Player One.
Blumhouse's Unfriended: Dark Web gets points for originality and sheer brutality, but doesn't totally get there as a horror sequel.
Director Kay Cannon delivers a hilarious and refreshing directorial debut with Blockers, starring John Cena and Leslie Mann.
Ben Foster and Elle Fanning give powerhouse performances that drive the thrilling drama in Galveston.
The Russo Bros. turn their first Marvel movie into something truly special with Captain America: Winter Soldier.
John Krasinski directs A Quiet Place as a genuinely terrifying and very satisfying, unique moviegoing experience.
More 80s Easter eggs are revealed in the latest footage from Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One.
Target and JCPenney are selling Black Panther shirts that riff on the logos of legendary metal bands Pantera and Black Sabbath.
A new rumor claims Danny Boyle will direct James Bond 25 only if he likes what he reads in the script.
Director Todd McFarlane plants have his Spawn reboot in production by May.
Robert Downey Jr. hopes Sherlock Holmes 3 will eventually move forward despite the amount of projects already on his plate.
Star Trek and Dredd star Karl Urban weights the possibilities when it comes to someone replacing Ben Affleck as Batman.
Ready Player One reveals more of its nostalgic and classic characters as it gets ready for release in three weeks.
The Sopranos creator David Chase is working on a prequel movie for New Line titled The Many Saints of Newark.
Chris Hemsworth is in talks to suit up for duty in the first-ever Men in Black spin-off as production kicks off in just a few months.
Entertainment Weekly has revealed several new images from Avengers: Infinity War which give us a fresh look at the heroes and their main villain.
Iron Man and Captain America lead the charge as Entertainment Weekly unleashes an unprecedented number of alternative covers for it's latest newsstand issue.