Universals Fast & Furious spin-off Hobbs & Shaw has just passed a major box office milestone, but in an unconventional way.
J.K. Rowling got fans worked up after sharing a new logo for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, but for now it really is just a logo.
Following an unspecified accident, Three from Hell star Sid Haig is recovering at the hospital in the ICU.
The hunt for long-lost Sherlock Holmes movies is on as Robert Downey Jr. and UCLA seek to preserve them.
Gary Dauberman discusses one of the most surprising elements of IT Chapter Two regarding Richie Tozier.
Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus had a major challenge from the start, but Taika Waititi and Chris Hemsworth made it a little harder.
KFC has found their new Colonel and it's Sean Astin, but as his classic character from the 1993's Rudy.
Disney's Little Mermaid live-action remake had its eyes on Harry Styles to star as Prince Eric, but he declined the offer.
Maddie Hasson has joined the cast of James Wan's untitled horror movie in a key role.
DC actor Zachary Levi discusses his past desire to portray the merc with a mouth now famously played by Ryan Reynolds.
Wrinkles the Clown explores the mystery behind the creepy clown known for scaring children in viral videos.
Warner Bros. has finally unleashed IT Chapter Two in theaters, which contains a very fitting cameo appearance.
A new rumor claims that Doctor Doom will become part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and may even get his own TV show.
The Avengers: Endgame star is warning fans to stay clear of his Instagram account after it was hacked.
Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus provide some clarity on why Captain Marvel went on the missing list.
Horror legend Tom Atkins has boarded The Collector 3, officially titled The Collected, in a major role.
Marvel Studios has a lot of projects in development at the moment and Sony's Tony Vinciquerra says that's part of the reason Spider-Man talks broke down.
Matt Damon's upcoming as-yet-untitled thriller from director Tom McCarthy, about a rough neck oil-rig worker, has accolades in its sights.
Following a movie and TV career spanning over five decades, Carol Lynley has died at the age of 77.