The first trailer for the Disney+ series "The Mandalorian" premiered at D23 and "Star Wars" fans are thrilled.
The Walt Disney Company has officially revealed the top secret project they'll be announcing at D23 this weekend... and it's not what you expect.
Theron as Megyn Kelly and Kidman as Gretchen Carlson aim for Oscar wins in the retelling of how Roger Ailes was brought down.
The former "View" host hopes that "Brian Banks" will bring attention to the way young African-American men are disproportionally tried and sentenced within the judicial system.
Due to disputes between Sony and Disney over revenue sharing from films starring the web-slinging superhero, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige will no longer be involved with future Spider-Man movies.
Earlier Tuesday, 007’s caretakers, producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, unveiled the title for the super-spy’s 25th adventure... which is also likely to be the last time that Daniel Craig carries Bond’s license to kill.
Cate Blanchett and Richard Linklater reveal details behind the most dramatic scene in their new film.
Jacob Tremblay, Brady Noon and Keith L. Williams talk about what it was like filming an R-rated movie and getting permission to swear up a storm.
The "Desperate Housewives" creator says his new series speaks to his own personal experiences. Plus, what it's like leaving network TV behind for streaming with CBS All Access.
The Pale Lady is at the center of the most striking sequence of the long-awaited film version of the "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" series.
Stars Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish and Elisabeth Moss talk about finally putting female characters in the mob movie spotlight.
The show’s Emmy-nominated visual effects supervisor, Paul Graff, tells us that we almost saw a different Season 3 ending, one more influenced by "Godzilla" and "Jurassic Park."
Plus, we break down the film's numerous other "F&F" Easter eggs and references, including Helen Mirren's Mama Shaw and #JusticeforHan.
"We needed a rich world to build on his character,” Leitch explains of including Johnson's Samoan heritage into the film.
We talked to "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’s" director of photography for a fly-on-the-wall account of how the Bruce Lee fight sequence was filmed.
We talked to the film's VFX supervisor about the major behind-the-scenes creative decisions director Jon Favreau made, including moving "Can You Feel the Love Tonight” to take place in the afternoon.
Robert De Niro gets a digital makeover in the first trailer for Martin Scorsese's awards-hopeful "The Irishman."
Quentin Tarantino has never been a stickler for historical accuracy, so it’s no surprise that the writer/director mixes fact and fiction again in his new film, which unfolds in a version of Los Angeles circa 1969 that’s both authentic and grandly mythic.
The newest citizen of the Marvel Cinematic Universe teases her role in a groundbreaking new comic book movie.
The young star of "The Lion King" describes what she loves about her character and growing up to become Beyoncé.
Ang Lee's newest film is a twisty sci-fi thriller that pits the action hero against a younger, more powerful version of himself.
The star reflects on how her hit show paved way for Valkyrie, embraced "ethnic diversity and empowerment generally," and how Xena would work in today's #TimesUp Hollywood.
The two-time Oscar winner channels the iconic children's show host, makes play for an Oscar nomination, in first look at upcoming biopic.