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As the director’s latest, "Blackhat," crashes at the box office, maybe it’s time for the director of "Heat" to make his own "Dark Knight."
The comics writer and Fox creative consultant praises the director, "what he’s going to do is unlike what I think anybody would anticipate."
It's long been rumored Norris turned down a role in "The Karate Kid" because of its negative portrayal of karate. Is this "Chuck Norris Fact" true?
In the most expected but perhaps most satisfying TV casting news in a while, the lead actor of David Lynch’s mystery classic is returning to "Twin Peaks."
Actors from "Game of Thrones" to "Kingsman: The Secret Service" are potential candidates for critical roles in Bryan Singer's next X-Men movie.
February may be the month that fans get their first look at trailers for two of the most hotly debated comic book movies in Hollywood.
Discover which celebrity wouldn't initially appear on "The Simpsons" because they made fun of him in the script.
James Gunn and Nicole Perlman share a Writers Guild Award nomination for adapted screenplay. The winners will be announced Feb. 14.
The TV series based on the 1995 sci-fi thriller puts Aaron Stanford in Bruce Willis’ time-traveling shoes officially premieres Jan. 16.
We close out the 30th anniversary of "Ghostbusters" by examining Dan Aykroyd’s surprising original vision for the film.
Co-stars Byron Minns, Tommy Davidson & Kym Whitley discuss martial arts training, why they can't record together and what makes "Black Dynamite" work.
Star Michael Jai White and director Carl Jones talk about the different approach to the Adult Swim show's second season and what's next for the satire.
New photos of prototype Bat-suits made for "Batman 3" give a glimpse at what could have been if Michael Keaton had remained as the Dark Knight.
"Fast & Furious 6" director Justin Lin has replaced Roberto Orci as director for Paramount's anticipated "Star Trek 3."
J.J. Abrams was joined by some of the cast and crew of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" to thank supporters of the Force For Change charity.
James Gunn explains the pressure with introducing the Mad Titan Thanos in this summer's "Guardians of the Galaxy."
Director Colin Trevorrow delivers seasons greetings with a new image from "Jurassic World" featuring Chris Pratt.
Sony Pictures has cancelled the December 25 release and distribution of Seth Rogen & James Franco's "The Interview."
"Batman" director Tim Burton wonders how long filmmakers can use the same formula, saying, “Yes, we all know that superheroes are damaged individuals.”
Leaked e-mails reveal that Sony is working on a mash-up of the two comedy franchises, with Phil Lord & Chris Miller producing and possibly directing.
The newest trailer for "Inside Out" details the emotions behind a seemingly normal dinner conversation between parents and their adolescent daughter.
Christian Bale doesn’t buy the fan theory that the scene of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle enjoying themselves at an outdoor cafe was just a dream.
The "Blade Runner" director expresses his hesitancy toward trying his hand at adapting comic books for the screen.
Asked whether he was curious to see what J.J. Abrams had done with the franchise, Lucas replied, "Not really."
The studio will follow 2004’s disappointing "Godzilla: Final Wars" with a new installment it hopes will rival the recent American success.
Roberto Orci has reportedly stepped down as director for "Star Trek 3," but will stay on as a producer.
"Fantastic Four" actor Miles Teller reacts to co-star Toby Kebbell’s decision to reveal Doom’s modernized origin story.
CM Punk heads to Bedrock to take on John Cena, the Undertaker and Fred Flinstone in a new animated movie.
Original "Blade Runner" director won’t dismiss the idea of returning to the dystopian Los Angeles setting one more time for the sequel.
Paramount has released a teaser for the full "Terminator Genisys" trailer that features a first look at Arnold Schwarzenegger’s return to his iconic role.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" will get a new trailer in May, attached to Marvel Studios’ highly anticipated "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Jones' turn in the unconventional Stephen Hawking biopic may put her on track for major awards consideration as she awaits word on Sony's Black Cat plans.
The sequel to 1996's "Independence Day" is headed to theaters in 2016, but original star Will Smith won't be fighting aliens again.
This week, we examine whether there was a failed "She-Hulk" TV pilot that would've been Bill Bixby's final appearance as David Banner.
Ridley Scott reveals that Harrison Ford’s Rick Deckard enters in the third act of the follow-up to 1982 sci-fi classic "Blade Runner."
Hugh Jackman, Garrett Hedlund, Rooney Mara and newcomer Levi Miller star in director Joe Wright’s action-adventure that explores the origins of Peter Pan.
As Alfred gets his hands dirty and Ivy reemerges, the Fox drama brings its cast together for a fall finale that’s thin on real development.
Wolverine sports an entirely new type of facial hair as Peter Pan’s new and dastardly antagonist.
The Oscar winner reveals that while he knew it was time to hang up the cape, part of him still wanted to play the Dark Knight again.
The first trailer has arrived for the fairy-tale musical inspired by William Shakespeare’s "A Midsummer Night’s Dream."