via ign.com - All month long, IGN First is spotlighting the Films to Watch in 2018. Today, we have an exclusive new poster for Red Sparrow, a spy thriller from 20th Century Fox and director Francis Lawrence.
via ew.com - In order to properly visualize the firey transformation of Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) into Phoenix, the new X-Men film has a longer post-production period than usual — nearly a year.
via variety.com - The New York-based National Board of Review has crowned Steven Spielberg’s “The Post” the year’s best film as the Oscar season’s kudos circuit roars to life.
via ew.com - Next March, 20th Century Fox will release the John Hughes-esque film about a gay teen finding his first love
via ew.com - The first of four sequels to James Cameron’s game-changing blockbuster won’t hit theaters until 2020. But EW has the exclusive intel on the troupe of young actors who will join stars Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana on Pandora.
via www.buzzfeed.com - This time around, our favorite dystopian hero Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) will lead his group of escaped Gladers on their final and most dangerous mission yet.
via people.com - Surprise! Peyton Manning and Nick Jonas are helping to bring a beloved children’s book to the big screen.
via ew.com - Those familiar with 2015’s hit Kingsman: The Secret Service will recognize Egerton, Strong, and Firth from the original. Newcomers to the Matthew Vaughn-directed sequel include Game of Thrones’ Pascal, Berry, Tatum, and Bridges, who play members of the Statesman, the American version of Kingsman.
via deadline.com - The new trailer for 20th Century Fox's threequel War For The Planet Of The Apes was a focal point of the studio's presentation this morning at CinemaCon in Las Vegas.
via www.latimes.com - Hugh Jackman’s P.T. Barnum musical “The Greatest Showman” was the star of 20th Century Fox’s slate Thursday, helping make the studio’s presentation the greatest show at CinemaCon this week.
Living up to its stature as the premier international awards-season launch pad, The Toronto Film Festival today unveiled the first part of its slate that is strong, adventurous and chock-full of depictions of adversity and human struggle.
Motion-capture performances don’t have their own category at the Oscars or Golden Globes, but Andy Serkis continues to show how spectacular this technology can be.
There’s method acting — and then there’s literally freezing on a snowy mountaintop for weeks on end.
Walking the trapeze is a breeze compared with getting an original musical about P.T. Barnum off the ground. But after seven years of development, planning, and production, The Greatest Showman — starring Hugh Jackman as the godfather of the modern circus and Michelle Williams as his wife, Charity — will finally hit screens on Christmas Day.
An all-star cast books passage on Agatha Christie’s most glamorous — and gruesome — mystery