When 20th Century Fox greenlit the first X-Men movie, it was taking a leap into the unknown – and it was doing so on a tight budget. Simon Brew digs into the story…
Wes Ball has taken over the keys to the rebooted 'Planet of the Apes' franchise following the Disney-Fox merger.
He might be Hollywood royalty, but Harrison Ford's new movie, The Call Of The Wild, is being avoided in droves.
The movie's $404 million worldwide gross has left the possibility for a sequel in a state of open-endedness.
'The Lion King' believes there's room for both big budget films and independent movies.
It looks like the X-Universe is set for a big reboot under the watchful eye of Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios.
The fifth Indiana Jones movie is still on track for a 2021 release, Disney has confirmed on the publishing of its latest slate.
The multi-billion dollar deal is within a week of closing, putting much of 21st Century Fox under the Disney umbrella.
The trailer for the X-Men sequel "Dark Phoenix" has leaked online, creating yet another headache for the project.
Olivia Munn says that she feels like she’s been shunned by the her co-stars on The Predator, after she made a complaint that one of the actors on board was a registered sex offender. It emerged last week via a news story in the LA Times that Steven Wilder Striegel, who shot a brief scene playing a jogger with Munn, had pleaded guilty in 2010 to trying to entice a 14-year-old girl to have sex with him via the internet. Striegel, described as a ‘longtime friend’ of the film’s director Shane Black and who has featured in small roles in a number of his films, later had his scene in the movie cut.
The producer behind TV shows like Pushing Daisies, Hannibal and American Gods, has slammed it for failing to show Mercury's well-documented bisexuality.
Casey Nicholaw, who directed The Book of Mormon and choreographed the original Broadway production of Spamalot, is set to direct.
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If Disney does indeed buy Fox, allowing their characters to appear in Marvel Studios films, is this necessarily a good thing?
The one major thorn in the side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has always been that the comic book label-turned-studio does not own the movie rights to a small portion of their best-loved characters. This is question often asked of Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige – and, right now, his answer is definitively negative. Asked by Variety about the likelihood of such a deal between Marvel and Fox, the producer responded, “It’s an impossibility at this juncture.