Underworld franchise star Kate Beckinsale has officially ruled out a sixth installment of the popular vampire franchise.
Underworld: Blood Wars hits theaters while A Monster Calls and Hidden Figures expand in the first box office week of 2017.
Kate Beckinsale returns as the iconic vampire death dealer Selene in the third trailer for Underworld: Blood Wars.
Underworld 5 has Selene returning to finally end the eternal war between the Lycans and Vampires this winter.
Kate Beckinsale says they considered a Blade and Underworld crossover, confirming that Marvel is working on a mystery Blade project.
Kate Beckinsale returns as Selene in the second trailer for Underworld: Blood Wars, in theaters this January.
Screen Gems will bring the stars of Resident Evil: The Final Chapter and Underworld Blood Wars to New York Comic Con next month.
Kate Beckinsale goes hunting in a chilly new poster for Underworld: Blood Wars, in theaters this January.
Kate Beckinsale returns as Vampire death dealer Selene in the first trailer for Underworld: Blood Wars.
Fans will be able to pick up a new 1/6 figure of Kate Beckinsale's Selene from the Underworld franchise from Star Ace Toys later this year.
Kate Beckinsale will return as Selene in the fifth chapter of the popular Underworld saga this Halloween.
Filmmaker Len Wiseman teases that he is still working on a TV adaptation of his hit Underworld franchise, but nothing is concrete quite yet.
Underworld 5 has begun shooting in Prague, with Kate Beckinsale reprising her role as Selene.
Tobias Menzies re-teams with Outlander director Anna Foerster in Underworld 5, where he plays new Lycan leader Marius.
Sony Pictures has set Resident Evil: The Final Chapter in early 2017, with Underworld 5 arriving in theaters in October 2016.
Kate Beckinsale will return as the vampire Selene in Underworld 5, with Anna Foerster set to make her feature directorial debut.
New horror movies The Babadook and The Quite Ones join three installments of The Leprechaun series on Netflix this April.
Two Underworld movies, one with Kate Beckinsale starring, are in the works along with a TV series, according to director Len Wiseman.
The new Underworld project was initially thought to be a reboot, but will instead expand the universe, focusing on Theo James' David.