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The filmmaker has offered up the first news about the eagerly anticipated Pixar sequel in more than a year.
Co-written by "Doctor Strange" director Scott Derrickson, the sequel to his 2012 film resurrects the horror of Bughuul.
Confirming Ben Hardy as "not a very nice Angel," director Bryan Singer has revealed new concept art of the winged mutant for "X-Men: Apocalypse."
If you’re just not sure what to wear to the next Marvel Studios premiere, don’t worry - New Era has you covered. Literally, because the company makes caps.
New images from director Josh Trank's franchise reboot reveal what we've been waiting for: the ever-lovin', blue-eyed Thing.
The game will allow players to mix and match characters from different universes, including DC Comics, "The LEGO Movie" and "Back to the Future."
Stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard discuss the finer points of dinosaur -- and human -- behavior in an extended clip from the Universal Pictures film.
"About a Boy" and "What’s Eating Gilbert Grape" writer Peter Hedges will pen the screenplay, loosely based on the 19th-century fairy tale.
Carl Ellsworth will pen a new take on the 1984 horror comedy about a young man who receives an unusual pet that he really shouldn’t have gotten wet.
Seeking to promote the republic’s history and values, officials plan to produce action figures to replace “unhealthy” Western imports like Spider-Man and the Transformers.
A new video explores the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' archenemy, who deep down has feelings, if only someone would ask about them.
If we play our cards right, we could soon be enjoying a slice of cheesecake as we assemble "The Golden Girls'" living room and kitchen.
Initially a seven-day art auction on eBay, the #TorresBenefit has mushroomed into much more, thanks to the reach of social media and the kindness of the industry.
Everyone from Sheryl Lee and Sherilyn Fenn to Catherine E. Coulson and James Marshall plead their case for the filmmaker’s involvement in the Showtime revival.
"The least-subtle superhero movie since 'Batman & Robin?'" Eh, it’s tough to argue with that.
Ahead of the debut of "Mortal Kombat X" for consoles and PC, NetherRealm Studios have launched a free-to-play version of the fighting game for iOS devices.
Initially targeted to begin production early next year, the sequel to the 1995 comedy has been moved way up on the filmmaker’s schedule. Warning: Spoilers!
Topping the previous two installments, the final film in the horror trilogy will feature a 500-person centipede.
The documentary about 5-year-old leukemia survivor Miles Scott will debut in theaters nationwide this June, capping Miles' incredible journey.
Bazooka Candy Brands thinks it’s time for a new Bazooka Joe -- Bazooka Joe 2.0, if you will.