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‘Ford v Ferrari’ is a strong Oscar contender that will turn even the most casual viewers into racing fans
Director James Mangold delivers heart-pulsing races with real cars and must-watch performances from Christian Bale and Matt Damon.
Ryan Reynolds surprised fans at New York Comic Con to show off a new movie and the trailer poked fun at Disney
Insider was on hand as Ryan Reynolds, director Shawn Levy, and the cast of "Free Guy" shared clips on the upcoming Fox release centered around a video game character at NYCC.
‘Dark Phoenix’ originally had a different ending that felt like ‘Captain America: Civil War’ and ‘Captain Marvel’
Simon Kinberg, who wrote and helmed the latest X-Men film, said it had similar tones to the Marvel films.
We've ranked all of the "X-Men" movies from worst to best — from "X-Men" to the latest, "Dark Phoenix," which bombed at the box office in its opening.
"Dark Phoenix" has been making it look like Jean Grey is the character the X-Men should be worried about. We quickly learn that's not the case.
The latest "X-Men" movie, "Dark Phoenix," is in theaters. One of the film's big twists may not have shocked you if you watched the trailers closely.
Less than two days after debuting the first trailer, Fox has once again changed the release date for the next "X-Men" movie, "Dark Phoenix," pushing it back to summer 2019 rather than February.
Exhibitor Relations senior box-office analyst Jeff Bock says that "The Predator" would have made more money if it capitalized on nostalgia like the upcoming "Halloween" movie is doing — specifically by bringing Arnold Schwarzenegger back to star, who turned down a role because it was 'too small.'
Rami Malek practiced singing with a fake set of Freddie Mercury teeth every night to prepare for ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ before the film was e...
Before "Bohemian Rhapsody" was even greenlit, actor Rami Malek practiced with a set of Freddie Mercury's teeth that he had a costume designer recreate.
Several current and former Fox employees, such as "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane and Judd Apatow, have condemned the company for its association of Fox News and the network's coverage of President Trump's "zero-tolerance" immigration policy.