The sequel to Stephen King's horror adaptation easily topples 'Angel Has Fallen' from the first place on its debut weekend, scoring the second-highest opening for a horror movie behind the first film.
In the meantime, Roman Polanski's 'An Officer and a Spy' nails the Grand Jury Prize, and 'About Endlessness' helmer Roy Andersson takes home the Silver Lion for Best Director.
When asked to share her thought on the news that her ex-boyfriend has landed the superhero role in 'The Batman', the 'Charlie's Angels' actress gushes that she is 'very, very happy about that.'
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, the 'Judy' star admits that she was torn about approaching Liza Minnelli, Lorna Luft and Joey Luft during her preparation to play their mother.
Should he land the part in 'Twisting My Melon', the 'Skins' actor will star opposite Jason Isaacs, Holliday Grainger and Maxine Peake under the direction of Matt Greenhalgh.
After walking away to film 'Concussion', the 'Aladdin' actor jumps back on board the project, which will see him reteaming with 'I Am Legend' screenwriter Akiva Goldsman.
Made with an entirely local Afghan cast and crew, the Sahraa Karimi-directed movie is hailed by the 'By the Sea' actress as a 'moving film' that had been made 'against the odds.'
In an interview with The New York Times writer Kyle Buchanan, the actor playing Cliff Booth in the film admits that Quentin Tarantino's expansion idea is 'pretty arousing.'
At Variety's Entertainment and Technology summit, CEO Tony Vinciquerra clarifies that there was 'no ill will' between them and Marvel, hinting further at possible resolution in the future.
The 'SexyBack' hitmaker has signed on to tackle the role of Eddie Palmer, a college football phenomenon who returns to his home town after a stint behind bars.
When the first clip of 'Sweetness in the Belly' sparks casting backlash following its release, its leading lady is quick to offer clarification, stressing that she does not play an Ethiopian woman.
Attached to 'It Chapter Two', the new teaser which is supposed to be only shown in theaters sees Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn and other characters in action.
Smith's Mike is still a hot-blooded detective while Lawrence's Marcus inclines to retire, but the duo are brought back in action as a mob boss seeks revenge for his brother whom they defeated.
The actor playing Tony Padilla on '13 Reasons Why' reveals through a tweet that Disney has reached out to him and he has sent tapes to show what he could do in response.
The follow up to the 2018 movie starring Alicia Vikander, which will be produced by Graham King from a script by Amy Jump, has been set to hit the theaters on March 19, 2021.
The veteran TV writer, who was reportedly only offered one-tenth of her co-writer Peter Chiarelli's salary, refuses to accept the generosity of Chiarelli who volunteered to split his fee with her.
Aside from setting the record straight with 'Underscore', Samantha Barbash suggests through her lawyer that she might launch a lawsuit against the film producers for misrepresenting her.
The anti-Hitler satire follows the titular Jojo, a member of the Hitler Youth camp whose blind devotion to fascism is shaken when he starts to befriend a young Jewish girl.
While the former 'Doctor Who' star will team up with the likes of Margot Robbie, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney and Joel Kinnaman for the sequel, Pete Davidson is in talks for a cameo role.
During a recent interview with Variety, the new Bruce Wayne depicter made a comment about 'Joker' star Joaquin Phoenix before asking the interviewer to retract it due to it being a spoiler.