How successful has LucasFilm's Star Wars resurgence been five years on from the announcement of Disney's $4 billion purchase.
During an interview with the GQ, Driver opened up about Kylo Ren and how his relationship evolved with Rey.
Rose McGowan said a representative for Harvey Weinstein offered to pay her off if she signed a non-disclosure agreement.
Levi, who has some experience with superhero flicks – having played Fandral of the Warriors Three in Marvel's Thor franchise – will be taking on lead role in DC's Shazam.
"Joe, Anthony, Chris, Stephen and the rest of the gang have my complete confidence in their ushering of our favourite Mad Titan out from the world of comics and into the Marvel cinematic universe," says Jim Starlin.
Production company announces plans to bring back, and reboot, Jim Carrey's cult comedy series as films or a TV series, just don't expect the comic to return too.
Vin Diesel takes to Facebook to film from "top secret" set and reveal the returns of two major players in the Fast and Furious series: Justin Lin and Jordana Brewster.
The final promo offers a clearer idea of why members of the league have to unite and what the latest threat to humanity is.
Acclaimed filmmaker Guillermo del Toro writes about his love of video games and how he wants to bring classic shooter BioShock to the big screen.
Chris Hemsworth teased the ruthless Hela in the featurette, saying, "The threat for Thor is to prevent Ragnarok from occurring. Thor has certainly met his match and he needs help."
The Thor star said the original script did not call for a shirtless scene, but Taika Waititi demanded one in order to get "bums on seats".
Harvey Weinstein may lose his CBE the BBC reports as executives describe psychological abuse at his film studio.
Actor Andy Serkis describes ape revolutionary Caesar as the "role of a lifetime" and discusses his many inspirations, including Nelson Mandela.
Marvel Studios is reportedly in talks with Rogue One star Ben Mendelsohn for the role of the main villain in Brie Larson's Captain Marvel movie.
Marvel Studios' latest, Thor: Ragnarok, is loaded with gags, and among its many laughs is a particular scene featuring major cameos from Matt Damon, Sam Neill and Luke Hemsworth.