After trekking Into Darkness, Roberto Orci says the next Star Trek movie will explore uncharted territory.
Director Michael Bay chooses scale over character and mayhem over plot in what, in fairness, isn't the worst installment of the action franchise.
Pacific Rim appears to have blossomed into a full-fledged franchise, with a sequel scheduled for 2017, plus an animated series and comics in development.
Jason Patric and John Cusack go up against Bruce Willis in the trailer for the upcoming crime film.
The star of "Monsters" reportedly has been cast in an unspecified role in Zack Snyder's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
Director Matt Reeves and stars Andy Serkis, Keri Russell and Gary Oldman talk with SPINOFF about bringing the struggle between humans and apes to the big screen.
The Iron Man and Iron Man 2 director gives his take on Wright's departure from the upcoming Marvel film.
Rocket Raccoon gets focus in new "Guardians of the Galaxy" clips; "The Flash" and "Arrow" get debut dates on The CW and more.
The Iron Man 3 director says his take on the Predator franchise will expand and explore the existing mythology, without hitting the reset button.
The director praises his brother Sean Gunn, whose motion-capture performance was used in the creation of Rocket Raccoon.
The latest spot for Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" lays out the team's mercenary bonafides and reveals a little more of Rocket's personality.
The CW has scheduled premiere dates for two of its DC Comics-based series, the debuting "The Flash" and the third season of "Arrow."
The two cover the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, which which writer-director George Miller teases, "I wanted to tell a linear story -- a chase that starts as the movie begins and continues for 110 minutes."
Channing Tatum, Tilda Swinton and Ralph Finnes are all circling roles in the latest Coen Brothers film, a 50s set Hollywood story called Hail, Caesar!
New character posters for Fox's "Gotham" tease the pre-Batman looks for a young Poison Ivy and a suave-looking Riddler.