Anne Hathaway will play the Grand High Witch in director Robert Zemeckis new adaptation of The Witches by Roald Dahl.
Vader Episode 1: Shards of the Past is now on YouTube without any ads after Lucasfilm stepped up to save the project.
Jason Reitman released a nostalgic teaser for his upcoming Ghostbusters 3, prompting Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson to speak up.
B2K member J-Boog has released the first teaser video for the long-awaited sequel You Got Served 2.
The WB was able to persuade famous boyband group 'NSync to cover the PokeRap and the results are less than stellar.
The Happy Death Day sequel was originally set to release on the one-year anniversary of the Parkland massacre.
A24 has released the first trailer for the critically acclaimed sci-fi/thriller High Life from director Claire Denis.
Marvel Studios is getting ready to release Captain Marvel, their first female-led project in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The plots for Ghostbusters 2 and Velvet Buzzsaw look to be pretty similar and they make for a hilarious mashup.
It looks like the Avengers: Endgame reshoots weren't enough, as Karen Gillan and Zoe Saldana post behind-the-scenes photos.
A live-action version of the The Hunchback of Notre Dame is in the works at Disney with Josh Gad producing and possibly starring.
Many Star Wars fans are upset at Disney for the way that they are treating the creator of the Darth Vader fan film Shards of the Past.
Alfonso Cuaron's Roma may be Netflix's best shot at some major Oscars, but they're going to have to spend millions of dollars to make it happen.
The golden scissors are the focal point of the fan-made animated poster for Jordan Peele's upcoming Us.
The Death of Superman concludes with four new heroes vying to be the Man of Steel.
The latest Star Wars 9 set photo from John Boyega shows Finn with bloody, roughed up hands, with the actor promising something visually crazy.
Sony has already released a teaser trailer for the recently announced Ghostbusters 3, which will take place in the original universe.
Samuel L. Jackson offers his own personal take on some of the roles he's splayed over the years as his next movie Glass opens this weekend.
A Parkland victim's father doesn't want the horror sequel released on the 1-year anniversary of the tragedy.