John Bender takes on the Principle Vernon role as Headmaster Nash in this horror-comedy, debuting in theaters December 7.
Get your first glimpse at the full trailer for J.J. Abrams' sci-fi sequel, which will debut December 17th, 2012.
Director Joseph Kosinski is returning to helm the sequel which was originally written by David DiGilio.
We also have new photos of the Bridesmaids star on the set of her new movie The Skeleton Twins.
Chuck Maclean will write the screenplay based on the true story of the Boston police search for this notorious killer in the 1960s.
Ben Affleck's drama about a hostage rescue operation is making its run for Oscar gold.
Michael Clarke Duncan was set to reprise his role as Manute from Sin City before suddenly passing away in September.
Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen, Richard Armitage, and Andy Serkis' Gollum are featured on special covers for this week's EW issue.
The pop icon takes a look at her own life in this upcoming biopic for HBO Films.
Sarah Megan Thomas is also on-hand to cheer on her rowing team in this clip from the upcoming drama, on DVD and VOD December 11.
The original X-Men stars have not yet been confirmed to join Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, and Ian McKellan in this superhero sequel.
Tom Hardy will star as operative Sam Fisher in Ubisoft's video game adaptation based on the Tom Clancy novel.
The actor/screenwriter believes they will need to make one or two more before exploring the rumored 'Ghostbusters in Hell' storyline.
Steve Pink and Jeff Morris will write the screenplay for this modern day re-imagining of the classic Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra character.
Tom Cruise takes on five guys at once in this scene from director Christopher McQuarie's adaptation of the Lee Child novel.
Nicolas Cage and Emma Stone star in this animated comedy about a prehistoric family trying to find a new home after their cave is destroyed.
The actresses play Amma and Mrs. Lincoln in director Richard LaGravanese's adaptation of Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl's novel.
Star Wars Artist Matt Busch directs this live-action retelling of the classic fairy tale set 1,500 years in the future.
Paramount Pictures gives their delayed sequel a few small tweaks in this latest one-sheet.