Fences co-stars Viola Davis and Denzel Washington are leading the early Oscars buzz after topping awards show odds site GoldDerby.com's earliest ever lists.
Reese Witherspoon is "thinking about" making another Legally Blonde.
The home invasion thriller Don’t Breathe might just be the first movie of the year that’ll make you want to do exactly what the title says.
The stars will be shining bright at the 41st edition of the Toronto International Film Festival next month.
Maybe it’s time to wrest Ben-Hur from the cold, dead hands of Charlton Heston.
Star Wars fans rejoice — Darth Vader is back.
Director Paul Feig has sworn off rebooting another classic franchise after facing so much backlash for revamping Ghostbusters.
After nearly a decade, Jason Bourne resurfaces.
Idris Elba gave Chris Pine a black eye during a fight scene on the set of Star Trek Beyond.
Gal Gadot took inspiration from Princess Diana to portray Wonder Woman in the upcoming superhero movie.
Photos from Comic-Con San Diego 2016.
John Cho's kissing scene with his onscreen husband was cut from Star Trek Beyond.
Everything should be reviewed in context, sweetie darlings.
You know a horror film is clicking when it repeats a singular gimmick over and over, and still sends an electric shock up your spine the 20th time you’ve seen it.
Is it possible that, under the aegis of J.J. Abrams, the odd-numbers-bad/even-numbers-good rule of thumb for Star Trek movies has been reversed?
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is now even longer, by a staggering 30 minutes and 53 seconds.
When Star Wars: Episode VIII unspools in front of rapt fans late next year, their first glimpse of the galaxy far, far away will look very familiar.
The directors of the upcoming Han Solo spinoff movie searched the entire galaxy – or at least a good chunk of planet Earth – looking for just the right actor to play a young version of the beloved Star Wars smuggler.
Her husband is dead, her child is a mass murderer, a bunch of planets got blown up on her watch… things haven’t been easy lately for Princess Leia.