The first trailer for Robert Eggers' award-winning horror film The Witch has debuted online, offering audiences a preview of the film that was one of the darlings at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Dwayne Johnson will star in Jungle Cruise, an upcoming film based on a Disney amusement park ride. As with the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, Disney hopes to find success with an attraction-based movie.
HBO has announced that Project Greenlight will return for its fourth season on Sept. 13. The show, whose executive producers include Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, is returning after more than ten years off the air.
Tom Holland, who will play Spider-Man in the upcoming reboot, has been cast in Lost City of Z, a film about a British explorer who went missing in the Amazon in 1925. He'll star alongside Charlie Hunnam, Sienna Miller, and Robert Pattinson.
An upcoming Warner Bros. biopic will celebrate the astrophysicist Carl Sagan. Produced by his widow Ann Druyan, we expect the film will explore his scientific work, his TV show "Cosmos" and his family life.
The people demanded more of sassy reporter Tracy Legette (Arielle Kebbel), and they're going to get it. The actress will be a series regular in season two of Ballers, HBO's new series about an ex-athlete turned financial manager.
Fred Armisen and Bill Hader star in IFC mockumentary series 'Documentary Now!' which tell the fake tales of animal hoarders, soft rock bands and more. The series, which begins on Thursday, has already been confirmed for season two and three.