Peter Rice is fired by the Disney boss himself, CEO Bob Chapek.
Johnny Depps relationship with Amber Heard will be subject for a two-part docuseries.
Ant-Man 3 and The Marvels shifts releasedates between each other.
In a post on social media, Willis’s family has announced his retirement following the diagnosis of aphasia diagnosis.
Ukraine has been invaded, brutally attacked, and terrorized the last week. The world reacts, and so does Hollywood.
The animated hit-series following The Gary has reached it end as Olan Rogers has announced that the third season was the final one.
It’s now confirmed that the expected transaction from the e-commerce to purchase the studio behind the iconic James Bond.
Several media reporting the death of Christopher Plummer, an Oscar-winning Canadian actor.
The bold move of the studio is unprecedented, as sending all films from 2021 to HBO Max due to the Pandemic.
Recently, Zack Snyder announced the Snyder-Cut of Justice League and now it’s announced that Henry Cavill will return as Superman in DC Comics upcoming films.
Marvel and other studios have coped with the situation of the Covid-19 and has more or less pushed every single movie date back, to keep the pressure of public gatherings on a minimum.
Sony Pictures has confirmed that their top-film for summer, has been delayed to next year schedule. Morbius and Ghostbusters: Afterlife is one of the major films.
Disney, among other big Hollywood productions-companies, postpones their production until the spread of the virus COVID-19 calms down.
The reports say that James Mangold might be the new director of Indiana Jones, as the veteran-director Steven Spielberg is leaving the franchise as the director.
Ryan Murphy has confirmed the cast for the upcoming season of the FX anthology horror-series.
Harrison Ford made a major impact in the ’80s as an action hero. First with Star Wars and Indiana Jones. Now the latter one has finally a release date confirmed.
Amazon Lord of the Rings has found it’s lead with the former Game of Thrones actor Robert Aramayo. He replaces Will Poulter, who exited the project after schedule conflicts.
Paramount Pictures has hired Noah Hawley as writer and director for the fourth movie of the rebooted film-series,that started in 2009.
The sequel to the most profitable R-rated movie ever has been confirmed to be on the way.
The Ex-boss for 20th Century Fox on domestic distribution becomes president over distribution on December 2nd at Paramount Pictures.