Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits another box office milestone over the weekend by crossing the $600 million mark at the domestic box office.
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The New York Times is compiling articles from the very beginning of its Star Wars coverage until now for a new coffee table book.
Guillermo del Toro's sci-fi fantasy romance The Shape of Water nabs top film honors at the 29th annual Producers Guild of America Awards.
WWE wrestler-turned-movie star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is the subject of a stage musical in London titled The People's Rock: A Musical.
Get Out writer-director Jordan Peele is getting out of the acting business, choosing instead to focus on his work behind the camera.
Rian Johnson uses deductive reasoning to explain where Luke Skywalker's robotic hand goes at the end of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Starz releases a trailer and poster for the third season of Ash vs. Evil Dead, promising all the gore and humor fans have come to expect.
Zac Efron reveals the first photo of him as serial killer Ted Bundy from true-life crime thriller Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.
Lindsay Lohan isn't letting people forget that she wants to play Batgirl, aka Barbara Gordon, in Warner Bros. and DC Film's movie.
Creed 2 casts Romanian boxer Florian 'Big Nasty' Munteanu to play the son of Rocky IV nemesis Ivan Drago, who was portrayed by Dolph Lundgren.
Kevin Smith weighs in on fans' negative reactions to Rian Johnson's Star Wars: The Last Jedi, saying expectations played into the backlash.
Call Me by Your Name star Timothée Chalamet recalls his nerve-racking auditions to play Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Michelle Williams is pleased with Mark Wahlberg's donation of All the Money in the World reshoot salary, but SNL looks at it differently.
A theater chain is getting an early jump on the 10th anniversary of director Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight by re-releasing the film.
James Cameron commends actress Eliza Dushku for her bravery in revealing she was sexually assaulted while working on True Lies in 1994.
Chris Evans is sharing stories of his struggles with anxiety and why it led him to initially turned down playing Captain America.
After months of back and forth, Sylvester Stallone is finally teasing a return to the Expendables franchise with Expendables 4.
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle continues its impressive box office run by crossing $300 million overseas – before the film opens in China.
Stephen Lang, who campaigned to play Deadpool's counterpart Cable, is joking around about training Josh Brolin for the role in the sequel.
Nancy Kerrigan breaks her silence on I, Tonya, the awards contending film that chronicles, among other things, the baton attack on Kerrigan in 1994.