Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, and Arnold Schwarzenegger do battle with Jean-Claude Van Damme's team of bad guys in this epic shoot-out.
Ciaran Foy directs this psychological thriller about a man who is terrorized by a gang of thugs with supernatural abilites.
Universal Pictures has also moved Identity Theft to February 8, 2013, and pushed Jurassic Park 3D to April 5, 2013.
Morris Chestnut will play the guardian of Chloe Moretz's Hit Girl, while Robert Emms is set to take on Insect Man in Jeff Wadlow's sequel.
Karl Urban, creator John Wagner, and screenwriter Alex Garland talk about the evolution of this ruthless comic book character.
The actor plays Levi in this musical drama featuring Whitney Houston's final performance, arriving in theaters August 17.
Get a look at the director's take on the Marvel comic franchise for his proposed remake which is no longer happening at Fox.
Chris Butler and Sam Fell's animated comedy follows a young boy who can speak with the dead and tries to prevent an ancient curse.
Paul W.S. Anderson's fifth installment of the horror franchise is set to hit theaters September 14th.
The post-apocalyptic drama centers a teenage girl who must survive after a nuclear fallout.
The Coraline director is now free to shop this stop-motion animation project to other studios.
The studio is now focusing on a spin-off featuring Chris Hemsworth's Huntsman character instead of a traditional sequel.
Director Joe Carnahan's take on Marvel's blind superhero was rejected by Fox, and Marvel declined the studio's extension request.
This new maze will combine the studio's classic monsters with modern horror-themed dance music at the upcoming annual attraction.
When Havana begins to fill up with zombies, only one man can make things safe again in this international horror comedy hit, available August 14th.
Wes Anderson directs Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, and Edward Norton in this drama about a town banding together to find two young runaways.
Twitter founder Biz Stone, Georgina Chapman, and James Murphy will also direct short films through Ron Howard's unique endeavor with Canon.
The actor will portray the real-life Lawrence of Arabia T.E. Lawrence in Werner Herzog's biopic of writer Gertrude Bell.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Trouble with the Curve, Argo, and Cloud Atlas head up Warner Bros. end-of-year slate.