After spending years in development limbo, Disney's adaptation for "Artemis Fowl" may have found new life.
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Sony Pictures Entertainment executives altered the script of its forthcoming movie "Concussion," about football-related brain trauma, to avoid antagonizing the National Football League, the New York Times reported on Wednesday.
Disney will not renew its funding and distribution deal with DreamWorks. Although several studios are discussing the possibility of bringing DreamWorks into the fold, insiders say that Universal has the best shot at becoming DreamWorks' new distribution partner when the previous deal runs its course next August.
For Labor Day weekend, three days when the vast majority of Americans are off work, the only new wide release is "The Transporter Refueled." With that in mind, here's a look back at my 10 favorite movies of the summer that you can check out instead.
It's a bad month for cartoon sequels, cult classics and science fiction on Netflix in September, as many classic titles are being removed in their monthly cleanse.
A pretty big chunk of TV shows and movies is coming to Netflix this month, which will be much needed after the streaming giant drops more than 60 titles — including some favorites.
Wes Craven died on Sunday at the age of 76, leaving behind a legacy of screams like no other in the film world. Here are six of Craven's lesser-known films you should binge in his honor.
You know you've aged out of the target demographic for "We Are Your Friends" when during the triumphant pool party to christen the house up-and-coming DJ Cole Carter rents with his buddies all you can think about are their poor neighbors and whether those homeowners will have some sort of recourse through their HOA.
Zac Efron heads to Las Vegas for "We Are Your Friends" while Rio headliner Eddie Griffin heads to a mental hospital for "Going to America." Here's a look at those and this week's other new movies.
When it comes to filming in Las Vegas, the choice of hotels can be pretty random.
The music for the season-six promo for "The Walking Dead" may sing about unity, but its footage suggests otherwise. The new promo shows shadowy, single shots of stars like Andrew Lincoln, Lennie James and Norman Reedus. It is also not only zombie-free, but absent of some noteworthy characters.
The action-comedy "American Ultra," equal parts gonzo and ganja, is a breath of fresh, albeit smoky, air.
The next Disney princess to travel on a voyage of self-discovery will be arriving next year, and the head honchos at Disney hope their Polynesian princess is as popular as the Snow Queen-inspired duo.
Jennifer Lawrence, the 25-year-old "Hunger Games" star, is the world's highest-paid actress, according to a new ranking published by Forbes.
Regal Entertainment Group has become the first large U.S. movie theater chain to introduce bag searches for moviegoers following a series of shootings at cinemas around the country.
As titles go, "Fear the Walking Dead" isn't just underwhelming, it's a little deceptive. Then again, "Expressing a Feeling That Begins as Mild Curiosity but Eventually Grows to Encompass a Moderate Amount of Concern About the Walking Dead" doesn't exactly roll off the tongue.
The movie industry is having a slightly better summer than last year, industry experts say, but the persistent problem of filling seats isn't going away any time soon.
Warner Bros. is bringing back the Scooby-Doo franchise with an animated movie set for release on Sept. 21, 2018.
"Jurassic World" helmer Colin Trevorrow has been confirmed as the director of "Star Wars: Episode IX," it was announced at D23 Expo in Anaheim.
The box-office failure of "Fantastic 4" is a reminder of how social and entertainment media can help or hurt a film's success.
"Straight Outta Compton" may take place more than two decades ago, but its themes of racial tension, poverty, and police brutality still speak to moviegoers living in a post-Ferguson world.
Uh oh! A slip of the type caused a new poster for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2" to make headlines on account of the c-word inadvertently appearing across Jennifer Lawrence's face.
Every sensible executive in Hollywood should have laughed Guy Ritchie out of the room.
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