Dr. Frank-N-Furter is one of Tim Curry's most famous roles and a lot of the lines from the film are still well-known to this day.
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Kraven the Hunter, as embodied by Mustafa Shakir, suits up with Wakandan technology in a new piece of fan art for the MCU's Spider-Man 3.
Ahead of San Diego Comic-Con weekend, Shudder gives its upcoming Creepshow TV series a new poster featuring the Creep; the show's ghoulish host.
Despite The Blues Brothers being nearly 40 years old, there are still some facts you might not know about the cast and the making of the movie.
Shazam! actor Zachary Levi reveals that Black Adam and Shazam likely won't cross paths until Shazam! 3 and after the Black Adam solo movie.
The Hills Have Eyes and Crawl director Alexandre Aja says that he'd love to make an A Nightmare on Elm Street reboot with New Line Cinema.
The Evil Dead series began in 1981 and since then Ash Williams has given fans a lot of groovy quotes.
Director Sam Raimi, who recently produced Crawl, talks about Spider-Man 4 and says he frequently thinks about his unmade Spider-Man film.
The MCU has made many of their characters more popular than they already were, but some of them had gotten movies prior to being a part of the series.
Director Sam Raimi teases the possibility of another Evil Dead movie and says that he is currently exploring ideas for another film.
After comments from Jon Watts saying he wants Kraven the Hunter in Spider-Man 3, Colossus actor Stefan Kapičić reveals his interest in the role.
New fan art for a live-action Spider-Verse movie unites previous Spider-Man actors Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield with current star Tom Holland.
The Dark Knight trilogy began nearly 15 years ago when Christopher Nolan released Batman Begins, but the entire trilogy had some very dark moments.
Spider-Man: Far From Home director Jon Watts reveals what villain from Spidey's rogue gallery he would want to see in a future Spider-Man sequel.
Freddy Krueger has slain dozens of teenagers since the character was introduced in 1984, usually accompanying each kill with a terrifying one-liner.
Saturday Night Live has been on the air since 1975, but certain skits have become so popular that they were adapted into feature-length films.
The upcoming live-action/CGI Tom and Jerry movie casts Colin Jost, who's most known for being a Weekend Update anchor on Saturday Night Live.