The second "Star Wars" spin-off has been postponed a year from the original 2018 release to 2019, Variety learns. The rumor emerges after director Josh Trank left the project citing his desire to "pursue some original creative opportunities."
A fresh trailer for romantic comedy "Aloha" has arrived online for viewing pleasure. The story of a second chance is highlighted in this sneak peek video that puts Bradley Cooper front and center along with Rachel McAdams and Emma Stone.
While Tom Hardy is expected to reprise his titular role in "Mad Max: Fury Road" sequel, Charlize Theron may not return for the next installment. The Furiosa depicter expressed her reluctance to return to the franchise during an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
A new look at Wonder Woman in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is revealed online. An artwork shows the super heroine wielding a sword and wearing a similar outfit shown in the previous picture, but there is an addition of a cape in this new image.
It seems that Robert Downey Jr. won't be doing indie movie anytime soon. The "Iron Man" actor scoffs and gives a resounding "no" when asked if he has any interest in doing arthouse movies during the breaks between Marvel's tentpole movies.
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2" producer Michael Bay has shared the first glimpse of Stephen Amell as Casey Jones in the film. The first photo of the sports-themed vigilante was released by the producer via Twitter with the caption, "Stephen Amell as Casey Jones https://flic.kr/p/spikTu #TMNT2." Similar to the character's portrayal in comic books in which he uses sports goods as weapons, Amell's Jones wears a sporty black jacket and Jones' trademark goalie mask while holding a hockey stick in the photo.
Tom Hiddleston's Loki who became the main baddie in the first installment of "The Avengers" was almost brought back for "Avengers: Age of Ultron". In an interview with MTV News, director Joss Whedon admits he did have a plan for the Trickster God in the second movie and explains why he eventually backed down.
"Tangerine", a movie shot entirely on iPhone, has got a trailer. It follows a transgender woman who is on a quest to seek revenge on her cheating boyfriend. "I will go with you on one condition. You must promise me that there won't be any drama," her friend says.
Lionsgate is developing a re-imagining of the 1997 sci-fi thriller, "Cube", under the title "Cubed". According to The Hollywood Reporter, Saman Kesh, who is best known for his 2013 short sci-fi film "Controller", is attached to direct the thriller.
After Will Smith was spotted on set of "Suicide Squad", a new picture from the filming location in Toronto, Canada makes its way online. The photo shows a man wearing a dark costume complete with a mask and chest protector.
Some new concept arts for "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" have landed online. One of them gives a detailed look at Batwing after the flying vehicle piloted by Ben Affleck's Caped Crusader was only glimpsed in the previous teaser trailer.
Lionsgate has postponed the new big-screen take on "Power Rangers". The superhero movie was originally scheduled to make its way out on July 22, 2016, but it now has been pushed back roughly six months to January 13 the following year.
Teaser trailer for "Fifty Shades of Grey" sequel arrives online after the digital release of the first movie. Jamie Dornan's Christian Grey is seen getting ready for a masquerade party. The kinky billionaire puts on his suit and mask for the big night. The tagline is "are you ready for something darker?"
Tom Hardy rules London in the first trailer for "Legend (2015)". The actor plays notorious identical-twin criminals who rule the city's crime scene in the 1950s and 1960s. Montage that teases the men's menace is set to the tune of Roy Orbison's fittingly titled "Running Scared".
Warner Brothers makes some adjustments for their campaign to promote the upcoming disaster movie "San Andreas" starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. The change comes hot on heels of the horrific earthquake which killed more than 5,000 people in Nepal.
While the sequel of "Independence Day" is underway, surprising news about one of the original stars, Mae Whitman, may not please fans. Whitman who portrayed Patricia Whitmore in the first installment of the sci-fi franchise will not be coming back reprising her role.