The Signal dives down the rabbit hole to tell a provocative science fiction story that scrawls meanings on the walls of the mind with a heavy pen.
The studio is reportedly planning films based on Wonder Woman and Shazam, as well as a Flash / Green Lantern team-up movie after Batman V. Superman in 2016.
Fox taps Game Of Thrones writer and story editor Bryan Cogman to write a screenplay for a movie based on the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game.
The upcoming comedy from This Is The End's Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen casts Rogen and James Franco as the worst assassins ever in The Interview.
A faux trailer created for the upcoming DVD and Blu-ray release of The LEGO Movie just may be the greatest buddy-cop television series we'll never see.
Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller reunite for the sequel to 2005's Sin City in A Dame To Kill For. You can check out the newest trailer here.
Directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller put Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum back on the case -- like, almost the exact same case. Don't worry, it works.
Sony Pictures will co-produce an upcoming, feature-length movie based on Sonic the Hedgehog that combines CG animation and live-action performance.
Men In Black and Full Metal Jacket actor Vincent D'Onofrio will play Wilson, Kingpin of Crime, in the upcoming Daredevil series premiering on Netflix next year.
The long-awaited TV series based on Brian Bendis and Michael Oeming's hit comic about cops investigating super-powered crimes will premiere on PSN in December.
The Leprechaun franchise goes back to its horror roots in a new trailer and clip from Leprechaun: Origins, an upcoming reboot of the horror-comedy series.
Sigourney Weaver will return to play "a different and in many ways more challenging character" in the new Avatar sequels, says director James Cameron.
Does the appearance of Doctor Fate's helmet in the new trailer for NBC's Constantine tease the presence of a greater DC universe for the upcoming series?
"We’ve been working for a few months now in secret," said Del Toro of his collaboration on a Pacific Rim sequel with The Incredible Hulk writer Zak Penn.
Bring It On director Peyton Reed will direct Marvel's Ant-Man movie, replacing Edgar Wright. Anchorman's Adam McKay will contribute to the script for the upcoming film, which is scheduled for a 2015 release.