Director Zack Snyder confirms Darkseid's uncle, and elite Apokolips general Steppenwolf as the main movie villain of Justice League.
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Monster Trucks director Chris Wedge pokes fun at his film's 'crazy story' - and promises a family adventure packed with heart and high octane action.
X-Men Apocalypse actor Lucas Till previews his new movie Monster Trucks - dishing on the film's action, story, and lovable CGI hero, Creatch.
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows is a faithful adaptation of the fan-favorite 1987 animated series - for better and for worse.
Monster Trucks producer Mary Parent explains why audiences should give new stories a chance - not just sequels and reboots.
X-Men: Apocalypse star reflects on the pressure of bringing Havok to life - and the freedom that came with doing something new in Monster Trucks.
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