The "Furious 7" director discusses why his "The Conjuring" return was no cake walk and what about "Lights Out" made him see its feature potential.
"Furious 7" beat out "Age of Ultron" and "Jurassic World" in two movie categories, while "Supergirl" flew away with the award for Favorite New TV Drama.
The "Star Wars" sequel's $571.4 million (and climbing) haul helped lift the 2015 North American box office to $11 billion, a new record.
Christopher Nolan's 2014 sci-fi epic emerged as the most-pirated movie of 2015, followed closely by "Furious 7" and "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences revealed the preliminary shortlist -- 20 films in all -- for the best visual effects Oscar.
The action star suggests Universal Pictures' blockbuster franchise may be nearing the end of the road.
Following the massive success of "Furious 7," James Wan has reportedly sign on to direct both "Aquaman" for Warner Bros. and "Robotech" for Sony.
James Wan, the director of recently released smash hit "Furious 7" and "Saw," is reportedly Warner Bros.' top choice to direct "Aquaman."
With openings in China, Japan and Russia still ahead, the action film could be racing toward a $1 billion worldwide total.
The actor talks with SPINOFF about the loss of Paul Walker, taking the action franchise to the next level, and his desire to play Green Lantern John Stewart.
Chris Morgan, executive producer and writer of the latest 'Fast and the Furious' installment, explains to SPINOFF why the movie is a fitting tribute to its late star.
Paul Walkers final film boasts some terrific stunts, but misfires with a frequently frustrating plot that's stuck in neutral.
"The Conjuring" director talks tackling "The Fast and the Furious" franchise and the tragic loss of Paul Walker.
“It will probably win best picture at the Oscars," the franchise star says, "unless the Oscars don’t want to be relevant ever.”
"You get to say goodbye to somebody very, very special," Michelle Rodriguez says, referring to the late Paul Walker.