Universal Pictures has announced that 'Happy Death Day 2U' - in which Jessica Rothe will reprise her role as Tree Gelbman - will be released on Valentine's Day next year.
'Venom' star Tom Hardy has defended the comic book movie's PG-13 rating in the US, and insisted it still gives them room to delve into the darker side of the source material.
Suki Waterhouse says the best thing about making films is "getting to know someone" and she loved striking up a friendship with her fellow castmates on 'Assassination Nation'.
Paul Greengrass opted to stream '22 July' on Netflix because he felt it would gain a bigger audience of young people than if it was just released in cinemas.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga think they put their careers at risk with 'A Star is Born' because it could have caused them to "turn a bad corner" if it hadn't gone well.
Amy Adams thinks her husband has been "extremely generous" in allowing her to put her career first and pursue her acting while he stays at home with their eight-year-old daughter Aviana.
Alexandra Shipp believes "colorism" is still prevalent in Hollywood, and has insisted it is a "real thing" that directors feel more comfortable offering her a lead role than they would a darker-skinned actress
Nicole Kidman and Ralph Fiennes are in negotiations to appear in 'The Dig', a big screen adaptation from John Preston's book about Anglo-Saxon treasure.
The film is adapted from a 1973 book by John Bellairs that became a series of stories about Lewis Barnavelt, a 10-year-old orphan who goes to live with his uncle.
Although intending to be a hybrid of “Goosebumps” and the “Harry Potter” franchise targeted to the under-10 demographic, the beyond-clunky titled “The House with a Clock in its Walls” (THWACIIW) instead becomes a self-parody before the opening credits are even over.
Heinberg is best-known for writing the screenplay for "Wonder Woman," but he also has a past creating comic-book series for both Marvel and DC.
Documentaries about Joan Jett, Gilda Radner and public education — along with throwbacks to James Dean and animated 1980s "Transformers" — are highlights of this week in specialty cinema in Tulsa.
Jack Black stars in his latest family comedy-adventure, a movie from the "This is Us" people debuts and Michael Moore takes on the Trump era in this weekend's new movies.
Julian Fellowes, the creator of 'Downton Abbey', has revealed that filming the upcoming movie has felt like a very "happy" school reunion.