When we wrote our list of the most exciting movies coming in 2020 last year, we never expected that we’d still be waiting for so many of them. This has been a bizarre year and one that has forced movie studios to delay many of their biggest films.But 2020’s loss is 2021’s gain and so there is an embarrassment of riches heading into multiplexes in the next 12 months, as long as cinemas are able to open and show these movies to us.Read more: Best movies of 2020Read more: Best horror movies of 2020Read more: Most under-appreciated movies of 2020
First trailer for "Morbius" starring Jared Leto lands within hours of Joaquin Phoenix earning an Oscar nomination for taking over as Joker.
Venom 2 producer Matt Tolmach reveals that director Andy Serkis and star Tom Hardy have really bonded on the blockbuster.
Director Ruben Fleischer opens up about the poor critical response to Venom and admits he doesn't know why people hated it so much.
Tom Holland's Spider-Man isn't just going to have a third solo movie in the MCU, he will have a role in another Marvel film, too.
The UK has been watching Gary Oldman's Oscar-winning turn as Winston Churchill.
Just two years after Sony Pictures got slimed with $719 million in losses thanks to misfires like “Ghostbusters,” the studio has recovered with a banner $1.2 billion year at the domestic box office. Due to the end-of-2017 hit “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” and the Spider-Man spinoff “Venom,” the studio leapfrogged ahead of 20th Century Fox in market share to 10.7 percent, its biggest slice of the North American box office since 2014. “Sony has a knack for aligning with the right stars and picking the perfect franchises to draw huge crowds, and they hit the jackpot with this strategy in 2018,” comScore analyst Paul Dergarabedian said.