The studio has already reached the $5 billion milestone this year, beating the previous record set in 2015 by Universal Pictures.
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The franchise veteran announced that director Rian Johnson's will finish principal photography in less than three weeks.
Although sequels to "Cars," "Toy Story" and "The Incredibles" are on the horizon, beyond that the studio's next four projects are all originals.
The popular rideshare service is doing more than sending a car to you this weekend -- it's sending a piece of movie history, and an Ecto Cooler.
A short history of Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry has debuted on Pottermore, along with a quiz to sort fans into houses.
The "Harry Potter" author teams with director David Yates and star Eddie Redmayne for a special screening of the new film at Carnegie Hall.
Showtime is bringing back the cult favorite series in 2017, and we might have some sense of what to expect beyond damn good coffee.
The creator of "20th Century Boys," "Monster" and "Pluto" has drawn a three-page story to commemorate the Fab Four's 1966 tour of Japan.
Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon strike a pose, and address the online blacklash to the reboot.
The co-director of the infamous 1993 video game adaptation reflects on the casting of Bob Hoskins, and a last-minute script overhaul.
Pixar's latest short is about "letting your kids grow up, make mistakes and not hovering over them."
The author details her anger over the backlash to the casting of a black actress as Hermione in "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child."
Appearing in front of a hometown audience, the actor discussed his work on such films as "Grosse Pointe Blank," "Love & Mercy" and "Being John Malkovich."
The producers and cast of "Ash Vs. Evil Dead" discuss bringing the cult horror franchise to television, and working with star Bruce Campbell.
The action star discusses his return to an iconic character, the creative reunion with Lucy Lawless and Sam Raimi, and (not) being recognized.
Although there's been no official announcement, the star claims social-media response is enough to convince the network to say "Hail to the king, baby."
The alien visitation epic that inspired the classic film "Stalker" is coming to television, courtesy of WGN America and executive producers Alan Taylor, Jack Paglen, and Neil Moritz.