Amazon's billion-dollar budget Lord of the Rings series will return to film in Middle Earth, it's been confirmed.
There's more bad news for the movie adaptation of Donna Tartt's celebrated novel 'The Goldfinch'.
Model turned actress Cara Delevingne said the habits she picked up in her modelling career did her no favours when it came to breaking into acting.
While Woody Allen remains locked in a $68 million lawsuit with Amazon Studios over the future of his multiple picture deal, reviews of his latest film, A Rainy Day In New York, appear to be trickling in.
Amazon has been prevented from pursuing certain storylines in its Lord of the Rings series by the Tolkien estate, according to reports.
Shia LaBeouf is transformed into a version of his own father in the first trailer for new movie Honey Boy.
Woody Allen's lawsuit against Amazon for abruptly ending its movie deal with him has hit a major bump in the road.
The mammoth $1.5bn shoot was reportedly mulling a deal to shoot in Scotland later this year.
Woody Allen has filed a $68 million (around £52 million) against Amazon Studios, saying that it has backed out of a four-film deal.
Allen, who is 82, will have a year off, and is said to have been damaged by the #MeToo movement, following the accusations that he molested his daughter Dylan Farrow in the 90s.
Plans for a reboot of Starsky and Hutch on Amazon from Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn have been axed, it has emerged. The director was in line to bring the 70s cops, originally played by David Soul and Paul Michael Glaser, back to TV for the streaming studio, in an announcement made last summer. It follows Disney’s decision to axe the director from the Guardians of the Galaxy series, after details of offensive tweets posted some years ago came to the fore thanks to a far-right activist.
Fresh from his celebrated directorial breakthrough A Quiet Place, John Krasinski is about to take his first bow as the new Jack Ryan.
Peter Jackson will not be involved in Amazon's billion dollar TV series based on the Lord of the Rings, he's confirmed.
The planned Lord of the Rings TV series from Amazon Studios will reportedly centre around a character fans will doubtless approve of.