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Disney and Lucasfilm have revealed brand new 4K trailers for the Indiana Jones films, coming to 4K on June 8th.
Director Zack Snyder and actor Tig Notaro reflect on the extensive work to insert her character late in the production of Army of the Dead.
Janelle Monae is the latest to join the cast of Rian Johnson's Knives Out 2. She joins Daniel Craig, Dave Bautista, and Edward Norton.
Emily Blunt throws water on those Fantastic Four rumors about her suiting up in the MCU, but she isn't ruling it out either.
We might not know much about Edgar Wright's Last Night in Soho, but star Thomasin McKenzie teases a twisty script.
Regina King and Ryan Coogler will bring Image Comics series Bitter Root to the big screen for Legendary.
Callan Mulvey talks to Bleeding Cool about his latest Australian historical drama High Ground, working with Jack Thompson and Simon Baker.
The trailer for The Forever Purge is here, and it looks great. The franchise comes to an end on July 4th weekend.
Cruella looks like an interesting looking movie even if we don't know if it's going to work. We have 5 new character posters and 1 new international poster.
Inspiration can come from the strangest places, and F9 director Justin Lin's son was the one who helped put together one of the movie's action scenes.
The Suicide Squad has snagged a July 30th release date in the United Kingdom, a full week before the United States August 6th date, plus some new images.
We have the first trailer, poster, images, and summary for Matt Damon's new movie from Focus Features called Stillwater. It will be released on July 30th.
The international poster for Venom: Let There Be Carnage isn't quite as ugly as the domestic one, plus three new images.
In a new interview, Courtney Cox drops details about why the upcoming film is a "new" franchise and not the expected titled Scream 5.
Jurassic World: Dominion director Colin Trevorrow talks about the initial production shut down and finishing the movie while cases were spiking.