Matt Reeves' follow-up to "Rise of the Planet of the Apes".
The aptly-titled pic follows Alexander’s family whose seemingly perfect lives are interrupted by one very bad day
"Land of the Lost" scribe Chris Henchy writing the Warner Bros project
The Australian penned the first and second films in the series
The film is set in the years leading up to the events that unfold in “Sleeping Beauty”...
The updated version will see Wilson take on the role of a redneck who joins the Marines...
Question is, will Britney tunes be used again?
The new title refers to Max Von Sydow's character in "Episode VII"
"Her" co-stars reunite for Allen's next untitled picture
The comedy centres on a group of three friends who unexpectedly find themselves unemployed
Reasons are unknown, but it's possible it's because of a scheduling clash
The "Batman" prequel series starring Ben McKenzie
Plus the first full trailer for "Star Wars Rebels"
New "Beverly Hills Cop" ready to do the neutron dance!
Smith will play a new character in the franchise who has strong connections to original “Terminator” character...
"Amazing Spider-Man 2" actress joining action-thriller
Check out the trailer for the Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd comedy
"Great Gatsby" helmer in talks to direct Warner Bros Elvis Presley biopic
The original cast will be joined by the likes of Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis and Max Von...
"Die Hard" director spent his time in jail writing a sequel to the 1999 hit
Mandy Griffiths talks to the actress about her new film, as well as her role on TVs...
One of the photos features cast member Bryce Dallas Howard, who plays the Laura Dern-ish female lead....
The first two films starred Blake Lively, Alexis Bledel, America Ferrera and Amber Tamblyn
Writer has optioned the film and television rights to the classic Easter candy Peeps
Thanks to Transmission Films, we have 10 double in-season passes up for grabs to "Fading Gigolo" starring...
That’s right, from musical to film, Clint Eastwood’s “Jersey Boys” has got its first trailer.
The trailer shows the leading men looking rough, to say the least.
Definitely a sling in the right direction for Sony's oft-questionable exercise in recycling.
Robin Williams and Chris Columbus to return as star and director, respectively
The romantic drama stars Liam Neeson, Mila Kunis, James Franco, Adrien Brody, Olivia Wilde and Maria Bello