Walton Goggins will take a break from HBO’s ‘Vice Principals’ to play bad guy to Alicia Vikander’s Lara Croft. That is, if he signs.
Greg Berlanti will take on the 30-year-old musical, but with a fresh take.
If put to series, it will adapt the popular Boom! Studios graphic novel from James Tynion IV and Michael Dialynas.
No other studio has planned a film for that weekend, and they probably won’t. Early October is usually not a huge moviegoing time.
Arthur Darvill says he’d love to join the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them franchise, but he might just be too young to play Dumbledore.
Plans are to make the house more accessible to the sitcom fans, as well as incorporate new exterior shots if there’s a Season 3 of ‘Fuller House.’
It could still take several years for it all to happen, but Nintendo areas will pop up at Universal parks in Hollywood, Orlando and Japan.
Earl Mac Rauch, who created Buckaroo Banzai, says the franchise is his and all MGM owns is the rights to his 1984 film starring Peter Weller.
Jared Harris, son of the original actor, says he’s interested, but asks fans to not get too loud with their demands, or the studio might be scared away.
The animated Disney film easily took Thanksgiving Eve, but the Harry Potter prequel has bounced back on Wednesday and Thursday, making this really close.
‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ finishes second as we get an early start into the holiday moviegoing weekend.
Warner Bros. says it’s finalized an agreement that would give it controlling ownership of the popular online producer for nearly $100 million.
‘The Flash’ might struggle to find the right director but that hasn’t shaken the film’s star, Ezra Miller, even as he waits to find out who’s the boss.
The studio could finish at top for the first time since ‘Finding Nemo’ came out in 2003.
The actor who portrayed Mance Rayder will go beyond the Wall to join the DC Extended Universe.