Fans of Warner Bros. Pictures superhero universe will need to wait a little longer to see Aquaman's solo movie after the studio pushed the release date for the film back by two months, to December 21, 2018.
Netflix is about to ditch star ratings for movies, switching instead to a simple thumbs-up or thumbs-down system. The streaming giant says testing showed thumbs to be more popular, which should improve recommendations.
Amazon Prime Video takes a page from competitor Netflix and adds new titles each month that are available for free to all Prime members. Check out our list to find out all that's new to watch on Amazon this month.
The South by Southwest Film Festival keynote speech given by Rogue One director Gareth Edwards during this year's festival is now available online. He reflects on his career, as well as making a Star Wars movie.
Adobe Premiere Pro is turning 25 -- and to celebrate, the company is hosting a video editing contest with Imagine Dragons. The best re-imagined edit will win $25,000 from the judging panel including the band itself.
The pressure seems to be on for Adam Cozad. The Legend of Tarzan scribe is reportedly in talks to pen the Suicide Squad sequel. If he reaches a deal, he'll have a chance to aim for more positive reviews than the original received.
American Gods is coming to the small screen. Starz has released the official trailer for the upcoming series, and like the Neil Gaiman novel its based on, the preview is full of some "really weird" stuff.
The popular Weekend Update segment of NBC's sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live will be getting a four-episode limited run this summer. The 30-minute episodes will feature current anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che.
Snapchat is moving into original content and because you've gotta give the people what they want, that content is going to be comprised of a dating reality show. Don't blame Snap, blame Bachelor Nation.