The trailer for the second chapter of Pennywise’s saga is here and the Losers Club is facing danger once again.
James Gunn has tapped the star of A Wrinkle in Time to join his upcoming DC film project, The Suicide Squad.
Ezra Miller is still playing The Flash, but the movie is getting a new director and a new script before it can go forward.
A new animated series based on the 1984 cult classic, Gremlins, will follow Gizmo and his first owner in a prequel adventure.
The director of The Shallows and Disney’s upcoming Jungle Cruise movie will direct Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in Black Adam.
Zack Stentz has already given Warner Bros. his Booster Gold script, but the film’s chances of actually getting made remain up in the air.
Neo-Tokyo is about to explode, except it’s probably going to be called New Manhattan in the American Akira adaptation in 2021.
DC Super Pets is still heading to the big screen for their own heroic adventure, but with a new release date in May 2022.
Although Patty Jenkins personally pushed for Wonder Woman 1984 to get a 2020 release, she’s now eager for fans to see her sequel.
Matt Reeves’ upcoming Batman reboot is reportedly facing script revisions that could push production back into next year.
James Gunn has chosen the Ant-Man actor to play one of the new members of the Suicide Squad in his upcoming sequel.
Starting this summer, fans can finally own Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever, and Batman & Robin on 4K UHD.
After the massive financial success and mixed critical reception, Aquaman has finally arrived on Blu-Ray.
Courtney will reprise his role as George “Digger” Harkness in James Gunn’s upcoming Suicide Squad sequel/reboot.
The director of Shazam! has a rather hilarious response to the movie being Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.
Comedian Marc Maron talks about his experience on the set of Joker, and why he decided to join a comic book movie despite his misgivings.
Jordan will co-produce and star in Warner Bros. long-awaited film about a man who has managed to live for hundreds of years without aging physically.
The producer of Wonder Woman 1984 clarifies why the movie won’t be hitting theaters this fall as originally planned.
The director of Shazam wanted to focus on the title character’s origin story before pitting him against his most formidable foe.
Director David F. Sandberg is eager to return for another film in Billy Batson’s saga.
Early estimates indicate that Shazam! will have a promising start, but the film may not reach superheroic heights.