Patty Jenkins, who helmed the original Wonder Woman and is coming back to direct Wonder Woman 1984, has said that the third movie will be her last.
Responding to a fan who mentioned reading a speculative report about the actor's casting as Bane in The Batman, Dave Bautista said, "Unfortunately it's not. Tried my best."
Sam Neill slips into the shoes of Dr Alan Grant in the third Jurassic World film, titled Dominion. Neill makes a comeback to the franchise alongside Laura Dern, who will appear as Dr Ellie Sattler.
Charlize Theron, who lives in Los Angeles with her two children -- Jackson, eight, and August, five -- said she is "too old" to adjust with a new entrant in her house.
Radhika Apte's character in her upcoming A Call to Spy was a real-life figure, a woman who was a spy tasked by the British government to undermine Nazi operations in occupied France.
Seth Rogen had an idea for the Pineapple Express' second installment but the Sony Pictures had budget constraints.
Nicole Kidman said she has discovered her own emotional strength and emerged out stronger than she ever imagined herself to be.
The mustached Wilford Brimley was a familiar face for a number of roles, often playing characters like his grizzled baseball manager in The Natural opposite Robert Redford’s bad-luck phenomenon. He also worked with Redford in Brubaker and The Electric Horseman.
The idea most of us have of friendship comes from fiction and some movies and shows are able to capture the 'true' meaning of friendship.
A report in The Hollywood Reporter has shed new light on the troubled production of the first-ever movie in the X-Men franchise due to the behaviour of its director Bryan Singer.
Alan Parker was one of Britain’s most successful directors, whose diverse body of work includes Fame, Mississippi Burning, The Commitments and Angela’s Ashes.
David Goyer, who wrote the story of The Dark Knight with Christopher Nolan, says that Warner Bros was not in favour of not including Joker's origin story in the film.
Honest Thief's trailer features some decent action but it is hard to distinguish it from, say, Liam Neeson's Taken films. Only the set-up is different.
Pixar's Luca, set in a town on the Italian Riviera, follows a young boy who spends a pleasant summer with his friend. His friend, however, does not know that the boy is actually a sea monster who comes from the world beneath the waves.
Toronto International Film Festival, which is set to run from September 10-19, has plotted a largely virtual 45th edition due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In a pandemic that has resurrected all kinds of vintage pastimes, from puzzles to drive-ins, even the blockbusters are retro.
Christopher Nolan, who celebrates his 50th birthday today, has not known failure in his career that spans more than two decades. Here are this top 5 films.
A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found that Ashley Judd should be allowed to pursue both parts of her lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein.
Matthew McConaughey said about the book, titled Greenlights, "This is not a traditional memoir, or an advice book, but rather a playbook based on adventures in my life." The book will release on October 20.
The new deal covers Universal films — which include the Fast and Furious franchise, Jurassic Park movies and the Despicable Me series — in the US over the next three years.
24-year-old Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner and 30-year-old singer Joe Jonas announced the birth of their first child on Monday.
Warner Bros. on Monday said Tenet will arrive in more than 70 countries on August 26.
Attorney Sasha Wass was summing up at Johnny Depp’s libel case over an article alleging he physically abused ex-wife Amber Heard — a high-stakes celebrity trial in which the reputations of both former spouses are at stake.
Ryan Reynolds announced the reward in response to a news story shared by CBC TV about Mara Soriano, whose black backpack, containing the stuffed bear along with important documents, an iPad, and a Nintendo Switch, was stolen recently.
Zack Snyder was directing Justice League before he had to drop out of the project due to a family tragedy during post-production. After he left, Joss Whedon, who was already attached as one of the screenwriters, took over and finished the film.