Check out the first trailer for Spike Lee’s “Da 5 Bloods.”
As “SCOOB!” attempts to stretch a Saturday morning cartoon into a feature-length film and capture a new audience, it ends up overstuffed with far too many plots, characters and references to make sense.
Inside The Film Room’s “Dune” beat writer is back to break down the latest photos and news from Empire Magazine’s spread.
Author Rick Riordan announced on Thursday that a live-action adaptation of the young adult series is in the works at Disney Plus.
Hollywood is filled with attractive stars, but which pairs come together to form the hottest on-screen couples of all time?
While it sometimes struggles to balance its tone – switching between heartfelt, vicious, raunchy and inspiring all in a matter of minutes – Feldstein’s impressive ability to perfectly match whatever is thrown her way makes “How to Build a Girl” worth the watch.
Get ready for tomorrow’s “Parks and Recreation” reunion with a sneak peek of the episode.
Murphy’s foray into revisionist history peels back the curtain on what the entertainment industry could have looked like if the unfair power dynamics had been challenged – and the series does it in a way that’s equally wistful, inspiring and entertaining.
Vanity Fair gave us the first look at Warner Brothers’ upcoming sci-fi epic, and our “Dune” expert Johnny Sobczak is here to react.
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Take a first look at photos from “Space Force,” a new comedy premiering on Netflix May 29.
The doldrums of the delayed movie drought may be coming to an end soon, thanks to Netflix’s upcoming action-adventure thriller, “Extraction.”
The end of the world actually seems like the perfect time for a raunchy, over-the-top comedy caper to lift your spirits, but “Coffee & Kareem” will do exactly the opposite.
Find out all the updated release dates for every movie delayed due to coronavirus.
There’s certainly artistic value to be found in pushing boundaries with disturbing content, but the more disgusting something is, the better the overall film must be in order for the subject matter to feel justified. In “Swallow,” that’s never accomplished.
Take a first look at photos from Ryan Murphy’s upcoming Netflix limited series, “Hollywood.”