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Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin will reprise their roles for "Soldado," which is expected to be directed by Italian filmmaker Stefano Sollima.
Jean Grey may be the focus of the next X-movie; Eka Darville says Malcolm will have a part in Netflix's "Defenders" and more.
Paramount was set to release Mark Osborne's animated adaptation in U.S. theaters next week, but will no longer distribute the film.
As the Rian Johnson sequel begins production, Lucasfilm has announced the addition of del Toro, Dern and newcomer Kelly Marie Tran.
Robin Wright missed the Golden Globes because of "Wonder Woman" training; Chris Pine says he never discussed "Green Lantern" and more.
The crime thriller boasts gorgeous cinematography and a strong performance by Emily Blunt, but it's not the film the trailers would lead you to believe.
If the deal with Disney is finalized, Benicio Del Toro could play the villain in 2017's "Star Wars: Episode VIII."
Benicio del Toro reportedly has been offered the villain role for "Star Wars: Episode VIII," though a deal isn’t yet official.
Benicio Del Toro gives his thoughts on playing the Collector; Paul Rudd's Scott Lang spends time with his daughter in new pics and more.
Brian Cronin provides a detailed history of the Marvel Comics character who makes his live-action debut at the end of "Thor: The Dark World."
Writer-director James Gunn, along with his ensemble cast, unveil details about the forthcoming "Guardians of the Galaxy" and its characters as the Marvel film enters its first days of production.
"Sin City" and "Savages" actor Benicio Del Toro has been cast in James Gunn's "Guardians of the Galaxy" in a top-secret role built to be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe moving forward.
Benicio del Toro and Emily Blunt share their thoughts on Universal Pictures new "The Wolfman." del Toro explains why putting on the Wolfman makeup is the easy part and Blunt reveals why the movie makes her cry.
Legendary make-up artist Rick Baker was joined on stage by surprise guests Benicio del Toro and Emily Blunt to speak with Comic-Con attendees about the highly anticipated remake of the classic monster film, "The Wolf Man."