X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer has issued a statement following allegations of sexual abuse and announced he will not be participating in any promotional activities for the film.
When Walt Disney Animation Studio’s next film Big Hero 6 hits theaters this November, a new animated short titled Feast will run before it.
The Hobbit trilogy director Peter Jackson announced Thursday morning that the third and final film There and Back Again will now be titled The Battle of the Five Armies.
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’s latest trailer has been released. Watch Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Eva Green, Josh Brolin, Jessica Alba and Bruce Willis in the sequel’s new trailer.
TIME’s list of 2014′s 100 most influential people was published Thursday morning, and author John Green made the cut. Shailene Woodley wrote about her friend for the magazine.
Frozen is, without a doubt, a runaway hit. How far does your allegiance to the film go?
The first trailer has been released for Richard Linklater’s Boyhood, which premiered at Sundance.
The author and crew of The Fault in Our Stars will appear at an exciting panel at the first-ever BookCon in New York City.
This week’s artist spotlight focuses on singer/songwriter Julia Jones, who has written several songs about the hit MTV supernatural drama, Teen Wolf.
The first production images from Jurassic World have been released, featuring some behind-the-scenes looks at Bryce Howard and some of the film’s sets.
The Indy Star has published a review of The Fault in Our Stars and offers a glimpse into Ed Sheeran’s new song “All of the Stars.”
If there can be a Peeps movie, there can certainly be a Barbie one.
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It is hard for most fans of young adult mega-hits like The Hunger Games, Divergent, and The Fault in Our Stars to imagine growing up without books. Yet for millions of young people in under-served communities, that is the reality.
You’d think that becoming the highest-grossing animated film of all time would warrant talk of a sequel, but Disney CEO Alan Horn says nothing of the sort is happening with Frozen.