This latest clip gives the most explicit clues yet about the plot of the anticipated sequel, which finds a new-generation Blade Runner confronting an army of androids.Read More »
It continues to be a long wait for Disney’s sequel to the 2013 mega-hit Frozen (trust us, we have kids), with Frozen 2 slated to hit theaters Nov. 27, 2019. In parental terms, that’s roughly 15,000 questions about when the new Frozen movie is coming out. Olaf’s Frozen Adventure is a 21-minute “featurette” that follows the Josh Gad-voiced snowman and his trusty steed on a mission throughout the kingdom after Anna (Kristen Bell) and Elsa (Idina Menzel) realize Arendelle is lacking in holiday traditions.
Plot details are scarce, other than that Washington will reprise his role as a former special ops agent who helps those who can’t defend themselves.
As the premiere of Marvel’s Inhumans approaches, we’re getting glimpses of the characters in all their glory. The king of the Inhumans, Black Bolt finds himself stranded on Earth after a coup led by his brother, Maximus. Black Bolt must now reclaim his throne with the help of the rest of the royal family: Medusa, Crystal, Gorgon, Karnak, and Triton. Much of the series was shot on IMAX cameras and Marvel is hoping the epic visuals will separate Inhumans from the growing number of comic-book films currently on television. After the limited, one-week engagement on IMAX screens Sept. 1, Marvel’s Inhumans will premiere on ABC Sept. 29.
The video promotes a contest for Omaze.com that will benefit Represent.Us, an organization designed to bring everyone of all political persuasions together.
New gameplay footage from anticipated game puts Darth Maul, Luke Skywalker, and other characters in the cockpits of their preferred spaceships.
Leaked packaging from the toys, which hit shelves next week on Force Friday, hints about what might take place in Rian Johnson's hugely anticipated sequel.
Jerry Lewis fronted more than 50 movies, from Martin-and-Lewis fare to Martin Scorsese's "The King of Comedy." Here, some of his most famous roles.
Jerry Lewis fronted more than 50 movies, from the light Martin-and-Lewis fare of "Artists and Models" to Martin Scorsese's darkly funny "The King of Comedy."
Without a superhero movie or new studio sequel in play, this weekend provided an opening for two smaller films to shine, but one beamed brighter than the other.
John Boyega responded to speculation by telling the BBC that the princes did indeed film a cameo while visiting "Last Jedi" set.
On Twitter, Rogen reported that much of the film’s plot and many of its characters were inspired by real life.
Fox Searchlight has set an April 20, 2018, release date for the crowd-funded sequel — 17 years after the surprisingly successful original.
In true-life story, Stanfield plays Colin Warner, a Brooklyn man who spent two decades in jail for a crime he didn't commit.
Cruise and director Doug Liman discuss U.S. pilot Barry Seal recruited by CIA to tabs on Medellin kingpin Pablo Escobar.
In our exclusive new interview, Rooker confesses that during the filming of Yondu’s important scene, he actually fell asleep.
The Southern heartland's place in Riley Keough's heart has shone through in the rising star's role selection.