Hollywood and the world of hip-hop are all paying tribute to the late great John Witherspoon.
Disney+ is showing off all its new Pixar content available when the streaming service launces November 12.
After Bill Murray revealed he once applied to work at P.F. Chang's in Atlanta, the restaurant quickly offered him a job.
WarnerMedia announces that Bobbie Sue starring Gina Rodriguez and directed by Charles Stone III Will Premiere Exclusively on new streamer HBO Max.
Linda Hamilton returns as Sarah Connor alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger's T-800 Carl in a retread of Terminator 2: Judgment Day with the new sci-action sequel Terminator: Dark Fate.
It's a sad day in Hollywood, as comic actor Friday trilogy star John Witherspoon has passed away at the age of 77.
With over 10,000 hours of content, HBO Max is delivering a vast amount of content at launch from the cable network archives and Warner Bros. libraries.
HBO Max streaming service will launch May 2020 with 10,000 hours of Premium Content for $14.99/Month.
Rob Zombie's latest movie 3 from Hell has found its exclusive streaming home as it's heading to Shudder in February 2020.
PlayStation Vue is set to shut down in early 2020 as the streaming service market becomes increasingly crowded.
Some new fan art shows us what a live-action Batman Beyond movie might look like with Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne.
Kevin Lewis will direct Nicolas Cage in Wally's Wonderland, the latest insane project in the actor's recent career.
Colin Trevorrow has opened up about the return of Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern and Sam Neill in Jurassic World 3.
Kevin Spacey is no longer facing charges in a sexual assault case after the accuser died of cancer last month.
Rami Malek's mysterious supervillain will square off against Daniel Craig's 007 in No Time to Die.
Kelly Marie Tran will join newcomers Leslie Mann and Peter Dinklage in the DreamWorks sequel Croods 2.
An archaeological dig could hold the answer to Black Knight's MCU origin in Marvel's Eternals.
Last Night in Soho serves on Edgar Wright's Baby Driver follow-up and takes place in 1960s London.
Writer Keaton Patti has revealed the first page of a hilarious Superman movie script written by an AI Bot.