A set photo from Pacific Rim: Uprising suggests that those interested in canceling the apocalypse may have to break a few rules.
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Articles by Daniel Ricwulf
The first page of Edgar Wright's Baby Driver script reminds the reader that "Every scene in this film is driven by music."
Billy Dee Williams discusses his connection to the role of Lando Calrissian and his meeting with Donald Glover about the role.
Two generations of Lando Calrissian meet as the Han Solo film's Donald Glover dines with his predecessor, Billy Dee Williams.
Creator of The Expanse, Ty Franck, says that Mass Effect 3's ending "made everything that had come before irrelevant."
ZeniMax failed to prove that Oculus misappropriated trade secrets, but was still awarded for copyright infringement.
The Official Art of Big Trouble in Little China hits stores today, and Screen Rant has an exclusive peek at five pages.
Tony Stark helps shape Peter Parker's superhero identity in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Does that lessen the wall crawler's legacy?
La La Land was honored in the Producers Guild of America's 2017 Awards. What does this mean for its Oscar chances?
An art installation called "Suspension of Disbelief" manages to sum up the state of Legion's themes with a recreation of its title.
The Warner Bros studio in London is expanding their Harry Potter tour with an all-new Forbidden Forest attraction this March.
One fan just got a step closer to becoming Batman, as the suit worn by Michael Keaton in Batman Returns was sold at auction.
Actress Karen Gillan promises a more "human side" to Nebula in Vol. 2, and promises it will be "better" and "funnier".
The director of Suicide Squad regrets diluting what was arguably the film's biggest asset - the role of The Clown Prince of Crime.
Is Columbia Pictures up for the highest bidder? After a tough year, Sony may want out of the film and television business.