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Andy Serkis previously worked with 'The Batman' director Matt Reeves on two of the 'Planet of the Apes' movies.
Tom Hardy says the team behind 'Venom: Let There Be Carnage' did listen to criticism of the previous film.
Andy Serkis says there would have been 'no point' in pushing the 'Venom' sequel so far that its audience couldn't come to see it.
Sony Pictures has launched the trailer, confirming a release date of 15 September, ahead of UK cinemas reopening.
Philip Seymour Hoffman's teenage son will lead the new Paul Thomas Anderson movie. He's the latest child of a celebrity to conquer Hollywood.
Star Wars’ Creature designer and sculptor Ivan Manzella says Supreme Leader Snoke was supposed to be a woman.
There might be a host of villains lining up for The Batman – the Penguin and the Riddler among them – but the movie reportedly has a different relationship at its core.
Andy Serkis almost turned down the role of Gollum in Lord Of The Rings, after one of his co-stars told him it wouldn’t be worth his time.
Wes Ball has taken over the keys to the rebooted 'Planet of the Apes' franchise following the Disney-Fox merger.
Andy Serkis says the upcoming Batman film will be darker and broodier than the previous cinematic incarnations.
Andy Serkis is taking part in the ambitious 12-hour challenge to raise money for a pair of charities during the coronavirus lockdown.
The first look at Robert Pattinson's Batsuit raises some interesting questions about Matt Reeves' 'The Batman'.
Andy Serkis will receive the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award at the 73rd EE British Academy Film Awards ceremony.
J.J. Abrams has smuggled in plenty of nods and cameos from the history of the 'Star Wars' franchise into this final installment.
Venom 2 producer Matt Tolmach reveals that director Andy Serkis and star Tom Hardy have really bonded on the blockbuster.
Colin Farrell is in talks to play The Penguin in Matt Reeves' 'The Batman', according to reports.
Steven Knight, the creator of Peaky Blinders, has helmed the BBC's new take on Charles Dickens' cautionary tale, and it's dark, gritty and pretty terrifying, by the looks of it.