Since Mad Men star Jared Harris turned up in the first trailer for new Spider-Man adjecent movie Morbius, the rumour mill has been working day and night.
Hugo Weaving has said that while he would have been up for reprising his role as Red Skull in Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame, Marvel proved 'impossible' to negotiate with.
John Cena has said that he's been bowled over by director and writer James Gunn while working on forthcoming DC movie The Suicide Squad.
Feige hinted that the MCU's first transgender character will appear in this year's blockbuster 'The Eternals'.
Terry Gilliam has torn into Black Panther, saying he hated the movie, slating its message of positivity and questioning whether the filmmakers even went to Africa.
According to Warner Bros, Shazam 2 will land on April 1, 2022, with Zachery Levi back as the Champion of Eternity, and the superhero alter ego of teen Billy Batson.
Bob Iger, the CEO of Disney, is reportedly planning a meeting with Martin Scorsese, following the furore around the director's comments about the Marvel movies.
The Scottish star said it wouldn't have felt right to finish the 'Guardians of the Galaxy' trilogy without James Gunn at the helm.
Danny Elfman, legendary movie composer, worked on the Justice League movie, and he's saying that the supposed 'Snyder cut' of the film does not exist.
The will-they-won't-they saga of the 'Joker' sequel continues, with director Todd Phillips clarifying this week's rumours of a follow-up.
The standalone Black Widow movie is edging closer, and now star Florence Pugh has spoken about what a special project it was for her.
The hefty 'Infinity Saga' boxset from Marvel, announced back in October and comprising a total of 23 movies, will feature a host of deleted scenes and alternate endings.
Willem Dafoe has waded into the murky mire of the comicbook movie backlash, calling them 'too long and too noisy'.
Wonder Woman and Batman are now joining the calls for Warner Bro to release the Zack Snyder cut of DC movie Justice League.
Joker has become for the first movie in a decade to top the UK movie chart for six weeks running, according to Screen International.
Kevin Feige, the head of Marvel Studios, has finally broken his silence on Martin Scorsese's comments about the Marvel movie franchise.