The Late show with Stephen Colbert is bringing in some heavy hitters in hopes of capitalizing on the massive audience expected to tune in when the Carolina Panthers meet the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50.
If you never make it to the Coast Guard's grueling training process in person, you can now experience it like never before. It's all thanks to a 360 degree video that feels like a virtual reality experience without the VR headset.
As part of the Power of Story: The Art of Film panel at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow expressed interest in filming scenes for the third installment in the new Star Wars trilogy in outer space.
Jennifer Aniston has reportedly signed on to play sports manager Denise White in the biopic The Fixer, which will chronicle White's rise through the industry's ranks and career as a damage-control specialist.
Daniel Zovatto, known from the horror movie It Follows, has been cast in a recurring role on the upcoming second season of Fear the Walking Dead, though further details about his role have not been disclosed.
Apple is reportedly talking to Hollywood creatives about licensing deals that would allow it to offer its own original TV content on its own streaming platforms, which could be unveiled as soon as September alongside the iPhone 7.
A Super Bowl ad will reveal the title of the newest Jason Bourne film, and will give us our first look at a re-Bourne Matt Damon, who is back in action as the super spy after a long hiatus from the franchise.
Fans will feel closer to the action than ever during Super Bowl 50 this year. CBS Sports has announced that it will use new high-tech cameras using 360-degree shots for its coverage, as well as multiple Pylon Cameras.