There are three tentpole streaming releases this weekend. Take your pick, or just watch all three.
Eddie Murphy says seeing Schwarzenegger de-aged in "Terminator" convinced him to move forward, while Arsenio Hall, Wesley Snipes and the rest of the cast weigh in on the highly anticipated sequel.
Gerard Butler's latest disaster movie joins Amazon Prime Video, while Owen Wilson and Salma Hayek enter something a lot like The Matrix.
With cinemas remaining closed for the immediate future, 2021 is shaping up as a crucial scuffle between the big boys of streaming entertainment.
Christopher Walken is to make his debut on a UK TV series, starring in The Offenders, a new comedy series from Stephen Merchant on the BBC.
The company will reveal on Thursday that its standard and premium packages will rise by £1 to £9.99 and £2 to £13.33 respectively.
The Kazakh American Association has petitioned the BAFTAs, the Oscars, the Golden Globes and the DGA Awards to exclude the Borat sequel from consideration from this year's awards.
Sacha Baron Cohen has revealed the terrifying moment his cover was almost blown as he was about to impersonate Donald Trump.
Amazon picking up its Lord of the Rings series was transparently a grab for the vacuum left by the wildly successful Game of Thrones.
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The massive budget Lord of the Rings series from Amazon has resumed filming in New Zealand, it's been confirmed.
The cast of Amazon Original series Hanna are already teasing fans with a third season.
Esme Creed-Miles, Mireille Enos and Dermot Mulroney tease what to expect from the second season of the hit teen assassin show.
In the tense and sharply acted '7500', Gordon-Levitt stars as Tobias Ellis, an American pilot living in Germany whose flight from Berlin to Paris is highjacked by Islamic extremists.
Stage and screen director Sir Sam Mendes thinks streamers such as Netflix and Amazon should dip into their pockets to keep the arts alive.
Amazon is developing a “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” series, TheWrap has confirmed.The show will be based on the books by Stieg Larsson but will “take the iconic and much-loved character Lisbeth Salander and place her in today’s world – with a new setting, new characters, and a new story that will resonate with fans of the original and thrill a whole new generation.”Amazon Studios and Left Bank Pictures will produce the series with Sony Pictures Television. Left Bank founder and CEO Andy Harries will serve as executive producer along with Rob Bullock. No writer has been attached to the projectAlso Read: How Season 2 of 'Homecoming' Changes the Season 1 FinaleThe “Millenium” series of novels comprises six books, the first three of which — “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” “The Girl Who Played with Fire” and “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest” — were authored by Larsson and published after his death. The series centers on Lisbeth Salander, a hacker, and Mikael Blomkvist, an investigative journalist.The book series has twice before been adapted for the screen. Michael Nyqvist and Noomi Rapace starred in a Swedish film adaptation directed by Niels Arden Oplev in 2009 and later reprised their roles for two sequels.David Fincher directed an English-language adaptation of “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” in 2011 starring Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig. A quasi-sequel to Fincher’s film was released in 2018 with Claire Foy and Sverrir Gudnason taking over the lead roles.Variety first reported news of the series.Read original story ‘Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’ Reboot Series in the Works at Amazon At TheWrap
The film version of Broadway’s smash hit “Hamilton” is heading exclusively to Disney+ — what the move means for the streaming wars as HBO Max preps its long-anticipated entrance.