Since Will Smith isn't returning, Independence Day 2 needs a strapping male lead to play action hero against alien invaders.
Who will step in to lead the next generation of Earthlings fleeing fireballs and monument wreckage? If a new rumor is to be believed, ID Forever is taking aim at Liam Hemsworth.
This year, Iron Man and Captain America fight side by side, battling a "batshit crazy" robot in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Next summer, though, these two of Earth's Mightiest Heroes go up against each other in Captain America: Civil War, the superhero slugfest of a sequel that sets Tony Stark against Steve Rogers in an MCU battle royale.
That means Robert Downey Jr. is facing off against Chris Evans, so while another Iron Man isn't in the cards anytime soon, Stark's sticking around. But a Tony who would actually trade blows with the star-spangled Avenger isn't quite the Tony we know now; sure, he and Cap have some tension, but they're a long way from slapping each other around.
Downey Jr. has shed a bit of light on his franchise jump and the character evolution that leads to the dust-up between two Avengers in Captain America: Civil War.
Fifty days out from The Divergent Series: Insurgent, Summit Entertainment has announced that the next trailer will drop during the Super Bowl pre-game show this Sunday, January 31st.
To prime the hype-pump for the trailer, Summit just released the final one-sheet for Insurgent, along with five character posters featuring Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Kate Winslet, Octavia Spencer, and Naomi Watts.
Months of speculation come to an end today, as the cast of the Ghostbusters reboot has been revealed.
Since last October, when Paul Feig came aboard to direct an all-female rejiggering of the comedy classic, speculation has run rampant and virtually every funny actress in Hollywood has been bandied about as a potential 'Buster.
Earlier this month, we learned that Melissa McCarthy was in negotiations to lead the cast, now we know she'll be joined by Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones.
Another Indiana Jones movie is pretty much inevitable, but, at 72 years old, Harrison Ford is getting a little long in the tooth to crack Indy's whip.
So who could possibly take over for Ford as Dr. Henry Jones Jr.? According to a new rumor that instantly gained traction because it involves two things everybody loves, Chris Pratt is Disney's top choice to play the globe-trotting adventurer, expert on the occult, and finder of lost antiquities.
Tracking down a serial killer is hard enough. Tracking down a serial killer in Stalinist Russia looks damn near impossible.
Summit Entertainment has unveiled the first Child 44 trailer, showing off Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, and Noomi Rapace as Soviets searching for a murderer of children.
If the first Fantastic Four trailer left you scratching your head, not to worry: Josh Trank and Simon Kinberg are here to explain. A lot.
The teaser's premiere was accompanied by a version of the trailer featuring commentary from both, as well as a huge interview in which the director and producer/co-writer talk at length about their approach to rebooting the Marvel property.
The standalone Star Wars movie hitting theaters in December 2016 has found a new screenwriter.
Previous scribe Gary Whitta left the project earlier this month, so as director Gareth Edwards casts his spinoff, he has also had to find someone to rewrite the screenplay.
He and producers have evidently found that someone, hiring Chris Weitz to continue where Whitta left off on this Star Wars solo movie.
The bear is back.
Ted, the talking teddy bear who touched America's heart and fondled America's butt a few years ago, is returning in Ted 2 this summer.
The first teaser poster declares Ted's return with – what else? – an ejaculation joke.
The long-awaited trailer for The Fantastic Four has arrived, providing a first look at the reboot of Marvel's First Family.