Chris Evans speculates it'll take "like nine months to shoot both movies back to back."
After weeks of rumors, he's confirmed he'll play the sweater-faced villain in "Captain America: Civil War" and "Doctor Strange."
There was a problem on the set, but yo, he's trying to solve it.
The "Black-ish" creator is helping bring the '70s comedy to the big screen.
She'll star alongside Zac Efron and Anna Kendrick in the Jake Szymanski-directed comedy.
The hit novel, about a girl who "cannot walk or talk but has a photographic memory and can remember every detail of everything she has ever experienced," has sold more than a million copies.
Silicon Valley co-showrunners Alec Berg and Mike Judge explain the real-life inspiration behind the show's new "bad money," Russ Hanneman.
In its fourth and final frame taking pole position, the action juggernaut Furious 7 held onto the top spot vaulting into triple-century territory domestically and joining the elite billion-dollar club overseas. The Universal smash grossed an estimated $18.3M dropping only 37% during a weekend that saw very little competition come its way. Most holdovers in the top ten had small declines. Furious 7 became the first film to spend four straight weeks at number one since 2012's The Hunger Games.
This week's Ketchup recaps the last seven days from the world of film development, including news stories for titles like Bloodshot, Furious 8, Spider-Man (two different versions), and Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One.
Last spring, Rotten Tomatoes visited the set of Entourage, the film based on the eponymous HBO series that ran for eight years and starred Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon, Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara, and Jeremy Piven. Here's what we learned!
In this week's roundup, Christy offers her take on the family-friendliness of a period romance with a supernatural twist (The Age of Adaline), a faith-based wartime drama (Little boy), and on DVD, the latest in the Taken franchise. Read on for details.
From Roots to Lonesome Dove to...True Detective?! The miniseries: how a lost storytelling medium predicted our golden age of television.
The esteemed critic has passed away at the age of 71.
Universal conducts some calendar reshuffling that sends "Pacific Rim 2" from April 2, 2017 to August 4, 2017, "Warcraft" from March 11, 2016 to June 10, 2016, and the new "Mummy" from June 24, 2016 to March 24, 2017.
This week at the movies, we've got an immortal twentysomething (The Age of Adaline, starring Blake Lively and Michiel Huisman), a spirited child (Little Boy, starring Emily Watson and Jakob Salvati), and an intelligent robot (Ex Machina, starring Alicia Vikander and Domhnall Gleeson). What do the critics have to say?
Vin Diesel says the franchise will return on April 14, 2017.
He'll play scientist Baxter Stockman.
This week in TV news, Netflix reboots Full House and renews Marvel's Daredevil (with new showrunners, nonetheless). Plus, Vince Gilligan has plans for Jack and the Beanstalk, Paramount shops Galaxy Quest, and Steven Moffat warns about a Doctor Who movie!
Denzel will dispense further justice.
The web-slinger is getting a new 'toon in 2018 courtesy of "Lego Movie" masterminds Phil Lord and Chris Miller.