After releasing the first official trailer in March, Pixar has released a second official trailer for Toy Story 4 giving a little more insight into the latest adventure for Woody, Buzz and all of Andy’s (now Bonnie’s) toys.
Dark Phoenix, the tenth and final film in the X-Men franchise, will hit theaters on June 7, and today on #XMenDay, three new videos have been released highlighting the new film and the franchise's history.
Do we need to say, "Don't read this if you care about the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but somehow you haven't seen Avengers: Endgame yet"? OK, fine. Don't read this if you care about the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but somehow you haven't seen Avengers: Endgame yet. Major spoilers lie ahead
The passing of Peter Mayhew has led to an outpouring of tributes from Star Wars fans and the actors from the legendary film franchise. However, the response from Mayhew's Twitter account to Harrison Ford's tribute is something that will truly touch Star Wars fans the world over.
Just when you think Woody, Buzz and all of Andy’s (now Bonnie’s) toys were all through with big adventures, Pixar comes along with a new story that will undoubtedly add even more dimension to the Toy Story franchise.
The iconic cult classic This is Spinal Tap was released in theaters 35 years ago today (March 2.) It is easily one of the most quotable, funniest films of all time to the point where even the biggest rock stars can own up to its painfully true moments.
Let me tell you something, brother! This new Hulk Hogan biopic sounded like an interesting project at first, but there’s a very good chance Hulkamanics won’t be "running wild" on Netflix upon its release.
It’s billed as The remarkable true story of Korn’s Brian “Head” Welch and the little girl that saved his life. The new film Loud Krazy Love is an emotional journey of what life on the road can inflict not only on musicians but their families and loved ones. I sat down with “Head” on board…
Legendary comedic actor Harry Shearer celebrates his birthday today (December 23), and while most know him as the voices for Mr. Burns, Waylon Smithers, Principal Skinner and Ned Flanders on The Simpsons, he’ll always be Derek Smalls, bassist for Spinal Tap.