"Goosebumps" the movie won't hit theaters until April 16 but Columbia Pictures has released a number of pics to reveal the monsters. Zombies, mummies, a Gypsy woman, a scary clown, a ventriloquist doll and a pirate are among those ready to haunt the audience.
Walt Disney Pictures debuts the first clip from "Into the Woods", a month prior to the movie's release date. It highlights the main couple, a baker (James Corden) and his wife (Emily Blunt), who gets into an argument in the woods after she lost a cow they got for the witch (Meryl Streep).
The trailer for Thomas Vinterberg's "Far from the Madding Crowd" has been released, featuring Carey Mulligan's singing voice. The actress is heard singing a folk song titled "Let No Man Steal Your Thyme", backed up by co-star Michael Sheen, in the first trailer of the period drama.
The first "Jurassic World" trailer is one of the things to look forward to this Thanksgiving. Universal Pictures has released a teaser to announce that the trailer will be released during Thanksgiving football on NBC which starts at 8:30 P.M. EST.
As expected, "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1" opens big at the box office this weekend with an estimated $123 million. The number, unfortunately, does not live up to its predecessors' record openings.
"X-Men: Apocalypse" is yet to name an actor for the titular villain although the production will start in early next year. Tom Hardy was once mentioned as one of the potential actors, but words are, he's no longer in the running.
The "Planet of the Apes" rebooted franchise will likely go beyond trilogy. In a chat with MTV, Andy Serkis who plays the Ape leader, Caesar, in the rebooted series hints, "It might be three films. It could be four. It could be five."
Evangeline Lilly addresses Edgar Wright's departure from "Ant-Man" for the first time. In an interview with Innerspace, the Hope Van Dyne depicter admits the fallout between Marvel and the original director made her wary and almost quit the movie.
Several directors have come and gone in the effort to bring Janis Joplin's life to the big screen. "Dallas Buyers Club" helmer Jean-Marc Vallee is the latest to be in negotiations to direct the biopic, tentatively titled "Get It While You Can".
Lucas Film is moving at a light speed on the development of "Strange Magic". Less than two weeks after revealing the secret project, the studio released the first trailer to the animated musical comedy.
"Pete's Dragon" has found its leading lady in Bryce Dallas Howard. The "Jurassic World" actress is in negotiations to join the cast of Disney's reinvention of its 1977 classic children's movie. David Lowery will direct from a script he wrote with Toby Halbrooks.
Kerry Washington is reportedly circling "Suicide Squad". According to Mike the Film Guy, the Olivia Pope of "Scandal" is in negotiations to play Amanda Waller in the movie about a group of convicted villains in DC Comics seeking redemption.
Steve McQueen is adapting British TV series "Widows" for big screen. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the movie becomes a passion project for the "12 Years a Slave" helmer who was a big fan of the Lynda La Plante heist show growing up.
The upcoming big-screen adaptation of Stephen King's post-apocalyptic novel "The Stand" is going to kickstart a new franchise for Warner Bros., the home of blockbuster series like "Harry Potter" and "The Hobbit". In an interview with Kevin Smith for the actor's Hollywood Babble-On podcast, Josh Boone revealed he would adapt the book into four films.
World War II drama "Hacksaw Ridge" may have Mel Gibson behind the lens and Andrew Garfield in front. Both stars are in talks to team up in the true story of war hero Private First Class Desmond T. Doss, who won the Congressional Medal of Honor for saving dozens of soldiers during the Battle of Okinawa while serving as a medic.
John Cameron Mitchell made headlines on Thursday, November 20 as it was announced that he would reprise his role in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch". He will return to the role of Hedwig for an eight-week limited engagement starting January 21 at the Belasco Theatre.