Musician-actor Harry Styles enters talks to play Prince Eric in Disney's upcoming live-action remake of its animated feature, The Little Mermaid.
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Taika Waititi and Warner Bros.' long-developing Akira live-action movie adaptation is being put on indefinite hold while Waititi directs Thor 4.
Zack Snyder starts filming his Netflix zombie action-horror movie Army of the Dead with a cast that includes Dave Bautista and Ella Purnell.
Dwayne Johnson says that Idris Elba vetoed a black James Bond joke when they were filming the spinoff Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw.
The Art of Self-Defense is a witty and idiosyncratic takedown of machoism that doesn't shy away from its uncomfortably terrifying aspects.
Oliver Jackson-Cohen joins his The Haunting of Hill House TV series costar Victoria Pedretti in the cast for the upcoming Bly Manor season.
Mattel and Warner Bros. recruit Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach to write the live-action Barbie movie, with Gerwig also being eyed to direct.
John Krasinski posts a behind the scenes photo confirming that filming on A Quiet Place 2 (which he is both writing and directing) has begun.
Amblin releases the first official image of Ariana DeBose as Anita in Steven Spielberg's upcoming West Side Story movie musical adaptation.
Big Little Lies season 2 was heavily re-edited during post-production without director Andrea Arnold's involvement, according to a new report.
Wondering what the new major film releases are this weekend? Curious if a recent movie is still playing in theaters? We got you covered.
Oliver Jackson-Cohen (The Haunting of Hill House) is starring as The Invisible Man in Universal and Blumhouse's upcoming horror film reboot.
Thanks to Aja's confident direction and Kaya Scodelario's warrior performance, Crawl makes for a terse and otherwise exhilarating viewing experience.
Point Blank throws a lot of ideas at the wall without ever committing to any one of them, resulting in a thriller that's more confusing than exciting.
Director Zack Snyder and storyboard artist Jay Oliva (Justice League) are creating an original Norse mythology anime series for Netflix.