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Rovio has released new images for the Angry Birds film, featuring the voices of Peter Dinklage, Bill Hader, and Maya Rudolph, among others.
Liev Schreiber has indicated he’s game to appear with Hugh Jackman in Wolverine 3, joking that Old Man Sabretooth ought to be in the film.
Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks looks to end its deal with Disney in 2016, with Universal Pictures the most likely landing spot.
Fans who have been waiting for an Artemis Fowl movie adaptation since 2001 finally have a director announcement: Kenneth Branagh.
Maze Runner director Wes Ball has revealed plans for a major time-jump between the second and third installments in the movie franchise.
Mad Max: Fury Road has been named the best film of 2015 (so far) by the International Federation of Film Critics.
Star Wars: Episode VII will be a box office smash, but can it become the highest-grossing film of all-time? The answer’s not as clear as you think.
Our box office predictions for the weekend of September 4 – 6, where Straight Outta Compton will take on The Transporter Refueled.
A short list of candidates for the new Star Wars: Episode 8 female lead has been revealed, including Gina Rodriguez, Tatiana Maslany, and Olivia Cooke.
J.J. Abrams discusses the challenges of making a Star Wars movie as a fan of the franchise and why it was important for the team to stay focused on telling the story.
Vincent Cassel (Black Swan) has joined the cast of the next Bourne film, which will mark Matt Damon’s return to the franchise.
Daniel Craig discusses how Spectre develops his 007, and Bond author Anthony Horowitz describes Idris Elba as ‘too street’ for the superspy.
Oscar Isaac opens up about his approach to the X-Men villain Apocalypse and how he’s essentially ‘god’ in the X-Men universe.
Apple may soon launch an effort to produce its own entertainment, putting it into competition with the likes of Netflix and Amazon.
Marvel Cinematic Universe mastermind and producer Kevin Feige gets his boss out of the picture so he can report directly to Disney going forward.
Michael Shannon downplays his previous comments about Zod in Batman V Superman and clarifies his role in the Zack Snyder film.