After he turned 'The Invisible Man' into a critical and commercial hit, Blumhouse is backing Leigh Whannell again.
Filming on the next Marvel movies probably won’t take place until 2021, as the size of their productions make it too risky.
The director, writers, producers and stars of the controversial new thriller "The Hunt" talk about backlash against the film -- and those tweets from President Trump.
Jason Blum has reassured horror fans that controversy has not softened 'The Hunt', as it prepares to finally hit cinemas.
The Elisabeth Moss-fronted picture is an adaptation of the classic sci-fi novel.
The British actor is set to play a "charming fellow" named Peter in the eagerly anticipated follow-up.
The film's writer-director Leigh Whannell and actor Oliver Jackson-Cohen couldn't help but praise the 'Handmaid's Tale' star either.
Jason Blum is keen to reassure 'Halloween' fans that the next movie will do more than just set up next year's 'Halloween Ends'.
'The Hunt' will be released on 13 March, months after President Trump condemned the satiric political thriller featuring elites hunting "deplorables."
With the midterm elections heavy on everyone’s mind, Jason Blum was booed offstage at the Israel Film Festival, where he was being honored, for making anti-Trump remarks during his speech. Blum was booed from the start, when he referenced the election results that were rolling in at the same time as the event. “A lot […]