The two-time Oscar nominee will share plenty of screen time with Johnny Depp, we’re sure.
The Star Wars anthology film had won the weekend according to early estimates, but that changed once final numbers came in.
Rob Liefeld will get the help of Oscar-winning producer Graham King and Oscar-winning writer Akiva Goldsman to make this new film franchise happen.
But one thing that isn’t quite ready to replace it yet, the Oscar-winning director says, is television. Because there’s not enough freedom.
Before Tom Holland won over audiences and critics alike with his portrayal of Spider-Man Andrew Garfield was headlining the Amazing Spider-Man.
New television series based on the Oscar-winning film will move to Chicago, and be a continuation of the Martin Scorsese film.
In select theaters Dec. 23, 2016.
The Spider-Man franchise is moving on without Andrew Garfield. And you know what? Garfield isn’t really sad at all.
The 17th-century religious epic could be the longest feature film of the director’s career.
I don’t think anyone saw the Fargo TV series working as well as it did…
We didn’t even need to see this to be excited for this one.
The acclaimed collaboration returns to adapt a bestselling non-fiction novel.
HBO picks up a new series set in the sex and drug fueled New York City of the 1970s.
But what about Spielberg’s movie?
The acclaimed director is getting behind a new project diving into the history of “the Dead.”