Rampage, the big movie adaptation of the 1986 arcade game, is at its best when it is not beholden to its video game roots.
The Rampage movie makes some sly references to the classic video game franchise, plus a shout-out to the DC Extended Universe.
Rampage originally ended sadly for one of its big stars, until Dwayne Johnson put his foot down and had it rewritten.
Dwayne Johnson's new giant-size monster movie has a few fun nods to the Rampage arcade game, but one stands out.
The Rampage movie had to change its monsters in some key ways, so how do their origins stack up to the video games that spawned them?
The decision to have Rampage’s monsters tear through Chicago sounds like a strange one, but it goes all the way back to the arcade game.
Rampage won't surprise you, but it will deliver exactly the kind of fun it promises: The Rock, giant monsters and plenty of destruction.
With Avengers: Infinity War's release moving up a week, Warner Bros. has opted to shift the premiere date for Rampage.
Dwayne Johnson finds himself facing a trio of giant animals in Rampage, and at least one of the creatures has an additional trick up its sleeve.
The first Rampage trailer pits Dwayne Johnson's character David Okoye against three house-sized animals, including his gorilla friend George.
Big meets bigger in the first official poster for Dwayne Johnson's Rampage.
A new photo from the upcoming film adaption Rampage shows Dwayne Johnson doing what he does best: looking epic while holding a big ass gun.
The first trailer for Dwayne Johnson's video game adaptation Rampage may be attached to next week's Justice League release.
The new picture shows a thoroughly disheveled Dwayne Johnson on the set of the upcoming video game movie adaptation Rampage.
Dwayne Johnson has revealed a new Rampage cast picture on Instagram, along with a behind the scenes peek.
Superstar Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has shared a new photo from the set of Rampage alongside actress Naomie Harris, confirming her role in the adaptation.
Dwayne Johnson shared a photo of himself with co-star Jason Liles on the first day of Rampage's production.
The Spider-Man actor, who is currently on-set filming Rampage, showed off his costume, which references one of Marvel's deadliest anti-heroes.