After months of filming in England, star Annabelle Wallis reveals that the cast of Universal's The Mummy reboot is headed to Africa.
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Morgan Freeman, seen most recently on the big screen in London Has Fallen, has been cast in a pivotal role in Disney's live-action Nutcracker film.
The latest Suicide Squad TV spot features a Batman appearance, and highlights multiple characters - including a self-positive Killer Croc.
The season 2 trailer for Vixen showcases the new Detroit superhero in trouble when she helps out some of her friends from the Arrowverse.
Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson reveals a method to the madness in changing the relationship between Stephen Strange and Baron Mordo.
The Lucifer Comic-Con trailer gives fans a glimpse of the upcoming action in season 2, including Lucifer's reunion with his mom.
CBS recruits David Semel - a director with a strong track record at launching series - to helm the pilot for the new Star Trek TV show.
The latest featurette for Star Trek Beyond features Captain Kirk's struggles with his new responsibilities, and the parallels to his father's fate.
Writer Eric Heisserer reveals his and cowriter Jon Spaihts' inspiration for the title character of Universal's upcoming Van Helsing reboot.
After the tragic ending of the original Prison Break, the revival's creator turned to an ancient Greek epic for inspiration on resurrecting a hero.
Supergirl season 2 casts Floriana Lima (The Family) to play Maggie Sawyer, one of DC Comics' first openly-gay characters.
With Calista Flockhart's role in Supergirl season 2 uncertain, the casting of Ian Gomez as a new editor-in-chief could mean a big shake-up at CatCo.
Anonymous Content (The Revenant) has optioned the disturbing new kidnapping thriller, The Butterfly Garden, for the big screen.
Writer and producer Dean Devlin offers more detail about the upcoming Stargate reboot, its relation to the TV universe, and future sequel plans.
Series writer Patrick Ness breaks the veil of secrecy around the Doctor Who spin-off Class to reveal some details about an LGBT character.
Stephen Amell discusses fan criticisms of Arrow, including the romantic relationships, and how Twitter affects the viewing experience.