Transformers producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura says a followup to Transformers: The Last Knight is being developed, along with the Bumblebee sequel.
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DCEU producer Peter Safran says James Gunn's The Suicide Squad is a 'total reboot' of the franchise and not really a sequel to David Ayer's movie.
Ike Barinholtz (Suicide Squad) is the latest addition to the cast of Blumhouse and writer Damon Lindelof's upcoming thriller, The Hunt.
Captive State makes an admirable attempt to buck genre conventions, but the resulting film is a muddled and otherwise incoherent sci-fi allegory.
Made in Abyss stumbles a little during its jump to the big screen, but its mythology remains as fascinating and bizarre as ever in Journey's Dawn.
Five Feet Apart is a well-acted YA romance and provides some welcome representation, but eventually finds itself bogged down in shlocky melodrama.
The teaser trailer for Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood gets a rating and is expected to arrive as soon as next Monday, March 18.
Amber Tamblyn offers to direct the Red Sonja movie reboot, following reports that indicate Bryan Singer is no longer working on the project.
Warner Bros.' Shazam! is projected to have the lowest box office opening for a DCEU superhero movie yet - but that doesn't mean it'll be a bomb.
Triple Frontier director J.C. Chandor and the film's crew wound up rescuing several stray dogs during production on the Netflix action-thriller.
Fandango and Warner Bros. are teaming up to hold early screenings for DC's Shazam! two weeks ahead of the movie's theatrical release in April.
Honest Trailers pokes fun at Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald for its lack of Fantastic Beasts, muddled plot, and forgettable characters.
Alan Tudyk is lending his voice to Jafar's feathery sidekick Iago for Disney and director Guy Ritchie's upcoming live-action Aladdin remake.
Frank Oz reveals he's reuniting with Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson on the filmmaker's upcoming murder mystery, Knives Out.
Captain Marvel originally included a shout-out to Jim Carrey's 1994 comic book adaptation The Mask, according to the movie's directors.
Marvel Studios is reportedly developing a What If animated TV series for Disney Plus, based on the comics that explore alternate Marvel timelines.