Sandy Schaefer is Screen Rant's Movie Reviews Editor and an Associate News Editor.
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James McAvoy says X-Men: Dark Phoenix's original ending was reshot because it was too similar to another fairly-recent superhero movie.
X-Men producer Simon Kinberg confirms The New Mutants reshoots are still planned and will take place this year, ahead of the film's release in 2020.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters is the third movie in the MonsterVerse, but does it include a post-credits scene teasing future installments?
Ella Purnell (Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children) signs on to play a key role in Zack Snyder's zombie heist thriller, Army of the Dead.
Exclusive: Olivia Thirlby plays a woman who has become invisible to the world in a clip and poster from the supernatural drama, Above the Shadows.
Exclusive: X-Men: Dark Phoenix writer-director Simon Kinberg explains why he cut so much of the Dark Phoenix comic book saga from the film.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters was originally scheduled to hit theaters in 2018, but ended up being delayed because of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
Matthew Vaughn says he hopes to begin filming Kingsman 3 as soon as this year. Meanwhile, The Great Game prequel adds Liam Neeson to its cast.
The Alien: Covenant sequel is reportedly still being written, with Ridley Scott attached to direct the third (and possibly final) Alien prequel.
Michael Fassbender says he would love to reprise his role as David the Android and reunite with Ridley Scott on an Alien: Covenant sequel.
Brightburn is a creepy, bloody genre mashup that fails to fully explore the fascinating questions it raises about the dark side of being a superhero.
Aladdin is a jubilant and energetic Disney retelling that mostly succeeds in updating the animated version, even if it never feels quite as magical.
Warner Bros. sets DC's Shazam! for a summer Blu-ray release date and reveals its special features (which will include a gag reel and motion comic).
Warner Bros. shifts its animated DC Super Pets comic book movie adaptation back a year from May 2021 to a 2022 theatrical release date.