Here's your very first look at director Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World, with a new trailer heralding the June 2015 release of Hollywood's latest dinosaur adventure.
Emmy-winning Breaking Bad and Game Of Thrones director Michelle MacLaren has agreed to direct Warner Bros.' upcoming Wonder Woman solo movie.
Sony Pictures is reportedly the latest high-profile victim of hackers, as a criminal group called GOP deeply fractured the movie studio's online security.
Oscar-winning Django Unchained actor Christoph Waltz will reportedly play the criminal mastermind Ernst Stavro Blofeld in the next James Bond movie.
The Expendables franchise star and creator Sylvester Stallone blames the third film's PG-13 rating for its poor performance at the box office this summer.
The very first teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be shown at select North American theaters this coming Thanksgiving weekend.
WaterTower Music has released the music video for Billy Boyd's "The Last Goodbye," which will play during The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies.
Universal Pictures has released a 20-second teaser for Jurassic World ahead of the first trailer's official debut later this week on Thanksgiving.
Redbox will be hiking up prices of all DVD and Blu-ray rentals on December 2, while games will have a reprieve on a price hike until January.
The Fault In Our Stars director Josh Boone says his upcoming adaptation of Stephen King's epic novel The Stand will be a four-part series of movies.
Vanilla Sky actress Penelope Cruz has joined the cast of the upcoming sequel to Zoolander, Ben Stiller's hit 2001 comedy about a naive male supermodel.
Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt confirms he'll star in comic-book movie Cowboy Ninja Viking about special agents with multiple personalities.
The actors in the running for lead roles in Marvel's two upcoming Netflix series Jessica Jones and Luke Cage includes Halo: Nightfall star, among others.
The new trailer for The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death offers up more terrifying happenings at Eel Marsh House, the site of the 2012 film's haunting events.
The cast of the upcoming live-action movie based on the Attack On Titan manga series have made their debut in full costume in a series of new images.