Kong returns in the new full-length trailer from "Skull Island," and he's brought some giant-size friends with him.
Joined by co-star Pedro Pascal following the convention panel, Matt Damon addressed accusations that the film's teaser trailer focused on the American actors of the Chinese talent.
An elite force and a massive wall stand between humanity and ferocious monsters in the trailer for the upcoming film from Zhang Yimou.
Although his character appeared in an early draft of the film, the actor says scheduling conflicts prevent him from returning for the sequel.
A colossal King begins to emerge from the mist in the second convention poster for the upcoming Legendary Pictures film.
The upcoming "Power Rangers" reboot shows off its helmets and other gear at Comic-Con International: San Diego.
It's official: Legendary Pictures is developing the first-ever live-action "Pokemon" movie, to be titled "Detective Pikachu."
The new image hints at the scale of the Legendary Pictures film, which director Jordan Vogt-Roberts promises will depict "the biggest Kong that you’ve seen on screen."
After the success of "Pokemon Go," a new report posits that Legendary Pictures is close to obtaining the film rights for the property.
The future Zordon actor says his "Power Rangers" movie will elevate the maturity of the Mighty Morphin' franchise.
He'd join "Star Wars" actor John Boyega in the sequel to Legendary Pictures' 2013 giant-robots-vs.-giant-monsters film.
Despite a poor performance at the U.S. box office, the Legendary Pictures film has proved a smash hit overseas, propelling it to a $377.6 million global haul.
While it won't set any records in North America, the video-game adaptation is a force to be reckoned with in China.
The star of "Into the Badlands" discusses motion-capture technology, his orc warlock, and what drew him to the Duncan Jones film.
Director Duncan Jones has taken the "unfilmable" video game and created an ferocious and fun adaptation.
Director Duncan Jones and the cast discuss coming together, "Lord of the Rings" comparisons and making the film accessible to non-gamers.
Both "Alice Through the Looking Glass" and "X-Men: Apocalypse" fell short of projections at the overseas box office.