The Oscar-nominated composer talks about reuniting with old friend Sam Raimi for Marvel's blockbuster sequel — and the sonic inspiration behind the most epic 'Multiverse of Madness' battle.
Michael Waldron defends film's R-rated scares, comments on Tom Cruise and Lady Gaga casting rumors and discusses the Scarlet Witch's character arc.
Director Sam Raimi and stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Xochitl Gomez and Rachel McAdams talk "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness."
Director Sam Raimi shares insights from the making of Tobey Maguire-starring blockbuster — incuding the sequel that never happened.
During a recent airing of the Sam Raimi 2002 blockbuster on Britain's ITV network, an offensive joke was removed from the movie after years of complaints by fans that it was homophobic.
The Sam Raimi-directed Marvel Studios sequel is facing an "Eternals"-like ban in multiple Gulf nations over inclusion of new character America Chavez.
Dafoe shares his memories of making "Platoon" and playing the Green Goblin in the original "Spider-Man."
The MVP of Horror explains Stephen King's key role in launching franchise and also reveals whether he'll appear in Sam Raimi's "Doctor Strange" sequel teasing, "Let's just say it would be nice to be in the finished version."
Former wall-crawler adamantly refutes internet speculation that he's suiting up again opposite Tom Holland in the upcoming MCU installment.
Danny Hicks, who played Jake in "Evil Dead 2," revealed that he's been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and has approximately one to three years to live. Hicks made the announcement on his Facebook page on Friday morning. "To all of the people that I never got to meet, and the 6,018 die hard fans […]
Comic book fans have been beside themselves with excitement at rumours that Sam Raimi was circling the director's chair for the Doctor Strange sequel.
Sam Raimi, who helped launch the modern superhero movie with 2002's "Spider-Man," is in talks to direct "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" for Marvel Studios, Variety has learned. Raimi replaces original director Scott Derrickson, who Variety reported on Jan. 9 had officially departed the project due to creative differences. Derrickson will remain as […]
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Acclaimed filmmaker reveals details of the scrapped Tobey Maguire sequel that would have found Spidey squaring off with Vulture and Mysterio.
Star of Sofia Coppola's 'The Beguiled' stands up for her original 'Spider-Man' trilogy: "I’d rather be in the first ones than the new ones"
Johnny Depp, Laura Dern, J.K. Simmons, Richard Chamberlain, David Lynch, and Penelope Ann Miller helped make one seriously ill film fan’s dream come true. Anthony Conti is a 16-year-old boy who suffers from Stage 4 adrenal cortical cancer who dreamed of making a Hollywood film. The actors, working with directors Sam Raimi (Spider-Man), Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight), and Ted Melfi (Hidden Figures), created the short film The Black Ghiandola, which Conti co-wrote with Scott Kosar (Texas Chainsaw Massacre) and additional writing by Wash Westmoreland (Still Alice).
By Chris Gardner, The Hollywood Reporter Some A-list Hollywood talent didn’t wait until Thanksgiving to give back. Filmmakers Sam Raimi, Catherine Hardwicke, and Ted Melfi joined Johnny Depp, David Lynch, J.K. Simmons, Laura Dern, Penelope Ann Miller, Richard Chamberlain, Jade Pettyjohn, Chad Coleman, Pritesh Shah, and Keith Allan to help make a dream film project come alive for Anthony Conti, a 16-year-old who is facing down stage IV adrenal cortical cancer. ...
Thanks to the presence of star Bruce Campbell, original Evil Dead director Sam Raimi and master producer of enjoyable junk Robert Tapert, Ash Vs. Evil Dead is a blood-squirting, wisecracking success as a half-hour TV series premiering on Starz on Halloween night. Years have passed for Campbell’s Ash Williams since his last encounters with Deadites and the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis, book of the dead.