Walking Dead showrunner Scott M. Gimple thinks there will eventually be a movie based on the hit AMC zombie series, but he's not sure when.
Guardians 2 director James Gunn reveals that it seems highly unlikely that Vin Diesel would sign on to play Black Bolt in the Inhumans TV series.
The Pokemon Company will debut the all-new season of Pokemon The Series: Sun & Moon on Disney XD in 2017.
The Return of Doctor Mysterio will screen for two-nights only in participating theaters, with Sherlock: The Abominable Bride returning to theaters in December.
Marvel's Inhumans will be the first-ever TV show to debut in IMAX theaters before its television premiere.
A new rumor claims Disney wants to buy Netflix so they can compete in the streaming market.
Will Smith and Joel Edgerton are seen in uniforms as L.A. cops at a memorial service in the first set photos for Netflix's Bright.
Horror legend George A. Romero has some problems with The Walking Dead and World War Z that he claims hurt his livelihood.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige reveals why he's reluctant to bring the Netflix superheroes into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Vudu has launched a new HD video streaming service called Vudu Movies On Us with thousands of free movies and TV shows.
Many fans believe that a popular Star Wars Rebels character is about to defect to the good side in Rogue One, but that's not true.
Netflix is turning Warcraft director Duncan Jones' next movie Mute into one of their upcoming original movies.
The 5-Part animated short LEGO Jurassic World: Indominus Escape will debut online this October, with characters from Jurassic World returning in the first trailer.
The first details about the upcoming Dark Tower TV series have been revealed, which will tie into the new Stephen King movie coming in 2017.
CFO of Netflix David Wells explains the streaming giant's longterm goals, with more original content on the way.
Kiefer Sutherland shoots down rumors of a Jack Bauer appearance in 24: Legacy, saying he'll only return if a 24 movie happens.
Filmmaker Spike Lee will create and direct all 10 episodes of a new series based on his first feature film, 1986's She's Gotta Have It.
ABC TV president Ben Sherwood says the fate of a Star Wars live-action TV series is not up to him, but it will happen eventually.
Turner has licensed the rights to 11 Star Wars movies in a landmark deal with Disney and 20th Century Fox.