A new trailer makes it emphatically clear that Monsters: Dark Continent is an entirely different beast than its acclaimed predecessor, Monsters.
From the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros to a galaxy far, far away:
Miltos Yerolemou, best known for his popular role in season one of HBO's Game of Thrones, has joined the cast of Star Wars: Episode VII.
Turns out Dracula's not such a bad guy after all. Or at least he wasn't always.
In a new Japanese trailer for the upcoming Dracula Untold, we learn that one of literature's most famous monsters was once a really nice dude.
It was only in the final moments of Man of Steel that audiences got a dose of Daily Planet reporter/totally normal dude wearing glasses Clark Kent.
Not-quite-sequel Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice promises plenty more of the Clark Kent we all know and love. Some new photos from the set show that Henry Cavill's Clark is in full-on journalist mode as he travels from Metropolis to Gotham.
Every time – every damn time – you start to rest easy thinking that it won't happen, the Escape From New York remake returns to cause sleepless nights.
After more than a year of silence on the reboot, the latest word is that Silver Pictures and Studio Canal have a list of three potential stars to take over for Kurt Russell as anti-hero Snake Plissken.
Charlie Hunnam is reportedly the top choice to wear Snake's eyepatch, with Jon Bernthal and Dan Stevens also in the running.
Reboots aren't just for series that have lain dormant for decades. Nor are they just for the high-profile series that stumble creatively.
Reboots are also for contemporary series that most people simply forgot existed, like Underworld.
One of the most groused-about of the many Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice decisions being loudly groused about is the selection of Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, possibly the most famous villain in DC's stable.
When Eisenberg was announced as Superman's arch-nemesis early this year, many fans went apoplectic, decrying the choice of a fiercely intelligent Oscar-nominated actor to play a fiercely intelligent billionaire.
With Batman v Superman deep into production, the fervor over Luthor has died down. Eisenberg himself is revealing a few nuggets of insight about playing the yin to Superman's yang.
Exodus: Gods and Kings doesn't open until December, but the Biblical epic has already kicked up a bit of dust online.
The controversy doesn't concern the film's religious elements, but its casting. Specifically, the fact that a bunch of lily white actors are starring as Ancient Egyptians.
Exodus retells the story of Moses leading his enslaved people to freedom, with Christian Bale as Moses, Joel Edgerton as his adopted brother Rhamses, Sigourney Weaver as their mom Queen Tuya, and even Aaron Paul as Joshua.
Odds are, Steve Carell has never made you feel super uncomfortable. With his genial everyman persona, Carell is a figure of warmth, humor, and sympathy.
In Foxcatcher, however, Carell undergoes a complete transformation to play a guy with very serious issues.
A new teaser and poster for Bennett Miller's upcoming drama have landed online, and both turn Mr. Nice Guy into nightmare fuel.