The Mockingjay lives.
A tense thriller and a family-friendly sequel bumped "Guardians of the Galaxy" from the top of the weekend's box office.
"The Sixth Sense" star Haley Joel Osment hasn't lost interest in a good scare.
The Batmobile has come a long way from flashing lights and tail fins.
At the end of "22 Jump Street" -- a sequel that made fun of the concept of sequels -- the film cheekily proposed humorous possibilities for yet another follow-up.
If Bill Murray doesn't want to star in another "Ghostbusters" movie, maybe he could be the casting director.
Walt Disney Studios is chipping a new "Frozen" film off the old block.
Leonard Maltin was 18 when the first edition of his "Movie Guide" came out in 1969.
The Star-Lord is officially the star of the box office.
Was it the end of the world at the summer box office?
There have been good Elmore Leonard adaptations and bad ones.
It appears the force may be back with Harrison Ford.
There seem to be four big-screen modes for Pierce Brosnan: James Bond, magnetic sly fox ("The Thomas Crown Affair," "The Matador"), way out-of-his-depths leading man ("Mamma Mia!"), and action-thriller paycheck-coaster.
Right in the midst of Monday night's Emmy pandemonium, 20th Century Fox dropped a new TV teaser for "Gone Girl," David Fincher's upcoming adaptation of Gillian Flynn's best-selling novel.
Look! Out by the bridge! It's ... it's ...
The Ant-Man now has some company: Judy Greer, John Slattery, and T.I. will all appear in Marvel's upcoming "Ant-Man," which started filming in San Francisco Monday.
Holdover tent-poles Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Guardians of the Galaxy maintained the top spots at the weekend box office, while the new openers trailed behind. But, while it was expected that Let's Be Cops and The Giver would open in the teens, the biggest surprise of the weekend was The Expendables 3, a franchise pic which should have easily opened in the $20 to $25 million range, but instead floundered with an estimated $16.2 million.
There is a reason that Lois Lowry's 1993 book won the prestigious Newbery Medal and inspired millions of readers?as well as other dystopian YA best-sellers like The Hunger Games: It features children asking important questions and challenging draconian authority.
Outside of superheroes, young adult adaptations have become one of the few thing studios can count on.
Say the word "Batfleck" to Ben Affleck and it turns out he'll laugh.
If this summer's "TMNT" reboot wasn't enough to whet your 90's nostalgia appetite, a second course is just 710 days away: Lionsgate has announced that it will release the "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" movie on July 22, 2016.
Ben Affleck looks distinctly ill at ease.
"Star Wars: Episode VII" is preparing to get back to work.
If there was any actor who could make the entire family laugh, it was Robin Williams.
Robin Williams, who died Monday at age 63, was Peter Pan to some, Mrs. Doubtfire to others, and a beloved actor to many.
Of the eight "Harry Potter" movies Daniel Radcliffe made, there's one in particular that sets his teeth on edge.
The next "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" movie appears to be locked and loaded.
Turtle Power does exist after all.
Early in her career, Helen Mirren specialized in playing hot-blooded schemers and even hotter-blooded seductresses.
When it comes to the new "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" movie, critics have found one begrudging silver lining: At least it's better than "Transformers."
It's not going to be Batman versus Superman versus Captain America after all.
Spider-Man may be getting a female counterpart.
Bill Murray is considered to be one of the most lovable and easy-going actors around, which makes him a perfect candidate to play "The Jungle Book's" happy-go-lucky bear, Baloo.
Director Paul Feig might find himself leading a "Ghostbusters" reboot with an all-female cast, according to reports from Variety and The Hollywood Reporter.
Marvel's got a new star (or five) in its roster: Guardians of the Galaxy launched to an estimated $94 million this weekend in 4,080 theaters, setting a new record for an August debut. (The previous winner was 2007's The Bourne Ultimatum, with $69.3 million.) That's the third biggest opening of 2014 so far, behind Transformers: Age of Extinction ($100 million) and Marvel's Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($95 million). It's also the seventh best opening in history for a non-sequel (or sixth if you count Marvel's The Avengers as a mega-sequel), outpacing other superhero series debuts such as 2011's Thor ($65.7 million) and 2011's Captain America: The First Avenger ($65.1 million). One more fun stat: Guardians is Marvel's ninth (!) consecutive No. 1 movie, a streak that reaches back to Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2012), which debuted at No. 3.