Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse gets a release date in China, with early box office tracking projecting a sturdy opening for the animated movie.
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Ralph Breaks the Internet directors Phil Johnston and Rich Moore aren't sure about Wreck-It Ralph 3 and 'feel good' about where the sequel ends.
Exclusive: Mary Poppins Returns producer Marc Platt and director Rob Marshall confirm that Lin-Manuel Miranda does indeed rap in the Disney sequel.
Creed II is a meaningful and poignant continuation of the Creed/Rocky films, even though it doesn't scale the same artistic heights as its precursor.
Yet another impressive technical accomplishment for Cuarón, Roma explores the filmmaker's memories of childhood in a truly immersive and vivid manner.
Exclusive: Mary Poppins Returns star Emily Blunt admits she didn't know about P.L. Travers' original Mary Poppins books before she joined the sequel.
New images from the Arrowverse Elseworlds crossover feature Elseworlds Green Arrow and The Flash, Batwoman, The Monitor, the Kent Farm, and much more.
The Arrowverse Elseworlds crossover event addresses Batman and Gotham City's history in The CW's DCTV universe, according to its producers.
Birds of Prey costar Mary Elizabeth Winstead confirms the filming start date and offers story details for the Suicide Squad movie spinoff.
Tickets for James Wan's DC superhero movie Aquaman are now on sale, including those for the early screenings on Amazon Prime in December.
The latest teaser trailer for the Arrowverse Elseworlds crossover events shows Supergirl being imprisoned in a meta holding cell by her sister Alex.
Certain segments are far more engaging than others, but overall The Ballad of Buster Scruggs makes for an intriguing piece of anthology storytelling.
The Crimes of Grindelwald has its moments of wonder and delight, but gets bogged down in its efforts to build out the Fantastic Beasts franchise.
Widows masterfully blends high-art craftsmanship with a sharply drawn pulpy narrative to deliver a crime flick that's equally smart and entertaining.