The San Diego Hall of Champions announced it's been in talks with Comic-Con International to establish a comics-focused museum.
The "Lucy" helmer drops new pics from his upcoming sci-fi movie, based on the French comic "Valerian and Laureline."
The first trailer has arrived at director Antoine Fuqua's remake of the Western classic, starring Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke, Vincent D’Onofrio and more.
Ahead of the trailer premiere, Sony and MGM have released the first images from Antoine Fuqua's remake of the 1960 Western classic.
CBS has approached the "Gattaca" star to reprise his role as Jake Hoyt in the "Training Day" TV series, a reimagining of Antoine Fuqua’s acclaimed film.
The two actors join Dane DeHaan, Cara Delevingne, Clive Owen and Rihanna in the adaptation of the classic French sci-fi comic.
The thriller from Alejandro Amenábar ("The Others") centers on a father accused of an unspeakable crime who unexpectedly confesses, leading to a larger horrifying mystery.
Ethan Hawke will reunite with his "Training Day" co-star and director Antoine Fuqua for the MGM remake.
Ethan Hawke reunites with Gattaca and Lord of War director Andrew Niccol for a thriller about the implications of drone warfare.
Hawke stars as a Temporal Agent on one last mission in the time-travel thriller based on a Robert A. Heinlein short story.
Although the latest Doctor Strange casting rumor appears to have been shot down, the star of Sinister has indicated he'd take the call from director Scott Derrickson.
Getaway director Courtney Solomon talks with Spinoff Online about what drew him to the thriller, and putting together a compelling story from "an orgy of footage."
Ethan Hawke gets behind the wheel in the new trailer for Getaway, director Courtney Solomon's action thriller about a man forced into a race against time to save his wife.
Paranormal Activity producer Jason Blum delves into the mythology, and the meaning, of The Purge, which turns social commentary into a scary, violent thriller – and vice versa.
Ethan Hawke, star of the new thriller The Purge, discusses the prospect of making a violent film that somehow manages to dissect America’s preoccupation with violence.
Stars Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke and director Richard Linklater discuss Before Midnight, the romance trilogy that began 18 years ago with Before Sunrise, and what the future holds for them and their characters.