Sandy Schaefer is Screen Rant's Movie Reviews Editor and an Associate News Editor.
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Priyanka Chopra is starring in We Can Be Heroes, an original kids superhero movie that Robert Rodriguez is writing and directing for Netflix.
James Wan casts The Mummy and Annabelle star Annabelle Wallis in his next original horror project (which begins production in the fall).
Disney officially delays the Amy Adams-led The Woman in the Window to 2020 and pushes its live-action Cruella (with Emma Stone) to 2021.
Gleefully schlocky and willing to wear its social commentary on its sleeve, Ready or Not makes for a wonderfully bonkers and exhilarating thrill ride.
A young bride joins her new husband's rich, eccentric family in a time-honored tradition: a lethal game of "Hide and Seek". The film made its world premiere at the Fantasia International Film Festi...
Universal announces an early 2021 release date for 355, the upcoming spy thriller starring Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong'o, and many more.
Warner Bros. is officially moving forward with The Matrix 4, with Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss starring and Lana Wachowski directing.
Netflix's upcoming sci-fi event series The I-Land gets a teaser trailer that pokes fun at the infamous Fyre Festival marketing campaign.
HBO Max picks up the rights to Steven Soderbergh's new movie Let Them All Talk, with Meryl Streep, Lucas Hedges, and Gemma Chan attached to star.
Flula Borg (Pitch Perfect 2) joins the cast of James Gunn's The Suicide Squad in a mystery role described as a love interest to another character.
The Hunt director Craig Zobel speaks out in defense of the controversial horror-thriller, but says he supports Universal's decision to cancel it.
Exclusive: A new behind the scenes clip from Men in Black: International highlights Kumail Nanjiani's mo-cap performance and ad-libbing as Pawny.
Kill Bill and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood cinematographer Robert Richardson joins director Andy Serkis on the creative team for Venom 2.
Even with a terrific performance by Cate Blanchett to propel it through its rough patches, Where'd You Go, Bernadette never truly finds its footing.