If you dare to question The Rock on Twitter, you'd better understand that you're just one tweet away from getting digitally people's elbowed into oblivion.
Zac Efron’s teen heartthrob days are well and truly behind him as the actor embraces the sinister new role of Ted Bundy.
Ron Howard, director of untitled Young Han Solo film, steps up on social media, giving fans peeks into production that he came in from bullpen to finish
After reports of a shakeup in the DC Extended Universe that might keep David Ayer from directing 'Gotham City Sirens,' he tweets out a Harley Quinn drawing
'Mission: Impossible 6' director Christopher McQuarrie's Instagram photo from set seems to confirm the return of Alec Baldwin's CIA Director Alan Hunley
Ron Howard posts a shot of 'my director's monitor' from set of Han Solo film he's directing — which just happens to show Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian
Ryan Reynolds announces/celebrates day 1 of production on much anticipated X-Men affiliated sequel — with subtle callback to '80s Tobe Hooper sequel?
Tweeted image comes complete with a glimpse of Benedict Cumberbatch and Benedict Wong's new costumes
Dwayne Johnson offers a social media update from set of 'Rampage,' his 2018 film now in production directed by Brad Peyton and based on 1980s arcade game
Marvel legend Stan Lee, now 94, shot three alternate cameos for 'Doctor Strange,' as described on Facebook by James Gunn, who pitched in to direct them
Audience at 'Clueless' screening gets a surprise as star Alicia Silverstone steps up to introduce the movie, with costar Breckin Meyer in the house
Images of concept art from 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' posted at the franchise's official Instagram page show the evolution of Rey's home planet, Jakku
"Oh my god that is awesome. Well done!" wrote the 'Star Wars: Episode VIII' director in response to trailer remade in style of old video games
Instagram posts include substantial 'Rampage' synopsis, motion capture actor who will be guiding performance of CG gorilla, a special birthday cake
Batman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Cyborg character teases seen in short video clips Warner Bros. has debuted in past two days via Twitter
The first thing you’ll probably notice when visiting Val Kilmer’s Twitter account is one of the actor’s colorful abstract paintings. The nostalgic anecdotes (most begin with the word “Once”) are kept brief, due to Twitter’s 140-character limit, and are written not unlike poems (unsurprisingly, Kilmer is also a poet).
Jordan Peele’s Get Out is not only one of the most critically acclaimed films of early 2017 — it’s also one of the more financially successful. Made for a paltry $4.5 million, the racism-centric horror movie is an unqualified smash, earning an eye-opening $111 million after just three weekends in U.S. release and pretty much guaranteeing that Peele will get to make at least one of the other four socially conscious thrillers he currently has in mind if he wants to. While filming Jurassic World 2 in the U.K., Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and many of their cast mates were treated to a private screening of Get Out, which hasn’t yet debuted in England (both are Universal films).
Stone killers with serious acting chops — but which of them will be chopped… by THE PREDATOR? Shane Black is following up The Nice Guys (one of 2016’s best) with next year’s The Predator, a blockbuster reboot of the franchise that dates all the way back to 1987 with Arnold Schwarzenegger’s jungle-set original. The new photo features Boyd Holbrook, Trevante Rhodes, Thomas Jane, Keegan-Michael Key, Alfie Allen, and Augusto Aguilera in what appears to be a bus retrofitted with benches.
Colin Trevorrow, who directed the first Jurassic World movie and wrote the script with Derek Connolly for the upcoming sequel, shared the first image from the film on Twitter
Gary Whitta, who has a story credit on new stand-alone 'Star Wars' film, answered fans questions in an hourlong chat on Twitter
Justice League director Zack Snyder — the hero we deserve and need right now — released a photo on Saturday of J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon standing next to the Bat-Signal. #JusticeLeague #BatmanDay pic.twitter.com/m1MbiF6HZD— ZackSnyder (@ZackSnyder) September 17, 2016