Sandy Schaefer is Screen Rant's Movie Reviews Editor and an Associate News Editor.
Articles by Sandy Schaefer
Early reactions are in for Zombieland: Double Tap, and it sounds like the zombie-action-comedy sequel is familiar, but still enjoyable.
Bloodshot producer Dinesh Shamdasani hints at the trailer for the Vin Diesel comic book movie adaptation arriving with Terminator: Dark Fate.
Dredd writer Alex Garland, who also (unofficially) directed the film, says he wouldn't be interested in returning for a sequel, were it to happen.
HBO greenlights a TV reboot of the Maniac Cop franchise, with Nicolas Winding Refn serving as showrunner and directing alongside John Hyams.
Thanks to some strong work by Smith and its better set pieces, Gemini Man partly succeeds at overcoming its bland plot and occasionally iffy visuals.
Lucy in the Sky gets too caught up in technical flourishes and repetitive philosophizing to do anything compelling with its premise or characters.
Elisabeth Moss enters discussions to costar in Taika Waititi and Fox Searchlight's upcoming true story-inspired sports comedy, Next Goal Wins.
A recent survey shows the majority of Netflix customers have little to no interest in subscribing to the Disney Plus streaming service.
Sony is considering selling its slow-developing live-action Masters of the Universe movie reboot to Netflix rather than releasing it in theaters.
Jamie Lee Curtis looks battered and bruised as Laurie Strode in a new behind the scenes image from the upcoming sequel, Halloween Kills.
Underworld and Live Free or Die Hard director Len Wiseman signs on to helm Ballerina, a female-led spinoff of the John Wick movie franchise.
Exclusive: Chloë Grace Moretz says the upcoming Tom and Jerry movie integrates live-action with animation more seamlessly than any film before it.
Doctor Who veteran Peter Capaldi sports an uncharacteristic haircut in a photo from the set of James Gunn's DC movie sequel, The Suicide Squad.
Naomie Harris says the new James Bond movie, No Time to Die, is full of 'massive surprises' that tie-up the story from Skyfall and Spectre.