What Happened to Monday? -- the upcoming sci-fi thriller from Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters director Tommy Wirkola -- has added Willem Dafoe to its impressive cast, which already includes Noomi Rapace and Glenn Close.
During a recent press event, HBO indicated that Game of Thrones will run for at least eight seasons and possibly more, with the added possibility of a prequel series if the creators want it.
True Detective director Cary Fukunaga's upcoming film Beasts of No Nation now has its first trailer ahead of its October premiere on both Netflix and in limited theatrical release nationwide.
Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation screenwriter Drew Pearce says the rumored Ghostbusters spinoff with Chris Pratt and Channing Tatum is still in the works, and provides some casting clarification.
While promoting his return as super spy Ethan Hunt in Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation, franchise star Tom Cruise said a sixth film is already in the works and expected to begin shooting next year.
Paramount Pictures has released a pair of trailers for Michael Bay's drama 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi chronicling the 2012 attack on U.S. State Department compounds in Libya.
Steve Jobs, the long-awaited biopic of the Apple co-founder penned by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Danny Boyle, will have its premiere screening October 3 at this year's New York Film Festival.
Hugh Jackman has asked fans for input on his upcoming, final film as the clawed Canadian mutant Wolverine, and posted a teaser for the third solo movie featuring the popular Marvel Comics character.
Watch the first teaser for Ferrell Takes The Field, the upcoming comedy special that has Will Ferrell playing every position on the field for ten different baseball teams in a single day.
Horrible Bosses filmmaker Seth Gordon will reportedly direct the upcoming movie based on Baywatch television series, set to star Dwayne Johnson, which is expected to take a comedic approach to the series.
Get to know the Albanian import car that the Griswold family will be taking on a cross-country adventure in Vacation, counrtesy of a new fake commercial for the ridiculous 2015 Tartan Prancer.
Adam Sandler's sci-fi comedy Pixels failed to earn the high score at the weekend box office, with Marvel's Ant-Man staying strong and Jurassic World continuing to stomp on every record it encounters.
The long-developing remake of Logan's Run will have X-Men writer/producer Simon Kinberg penning the story for a new version of the 1976 dystopian cult-classic sci-fi film starring Michael York.