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James Gunn just confirmed a massive 24-person cast for his ‘Suicide Squad’ movie and he hints that not everyone’s going to survive
The director shared a photo with names on social media confirming John Cena, Michael Rooker, Margot Robbie, his brother, and more will be in the DC movie.
It took forever to film Gunther professing his love for Rachel on the ‘Friends’ finale because the stars couldn’t stop crying
James Michael Tyler, who played the Central Perk manager on the long-running NBC comedy, told Insider the makeup team needed to keep touching them up.
Don’t expect Joaquin Phoenix’s ‘Joker’ to connect to Robert Pattinson’s Batman movie, according to the director
Batman's greatest foe is getting an origin story with "Joker," but director Todd Phillips says he doesn't "see it connecting to anything."
Joaquin Phoenix credits his brother River for his acting career in an emotional speech: ‘I am indebted to him’
In a speech at the Toronto International Film Festival, Phoenix spoke about his siblings River, Rain, Liberty, and Summer.
In an interview with The New York Times, the actor said he and director Todd Phillips originally had differing thoughts on how the character should look.
From the highly-praised Joker movie to "Star Wars: Episode IX," here are the top picks Insider is looking forward to the rest of the year.
Warner Bros. is releasing the sequel based on the best-selling Stephen King novel on November 8. It stars Ewan McGregor as Jack Torrence's son.
‘It: Chapter Two’ director on the sequel’s much bigger budget and what Stephen King suggested be in the movie
"It: Chapter Two" director Andy Muschietti talked about whether the success of 2017's "It" influenced how he approached the sequel.
The teaser trailer for the next Harley Quinn movie will only be in theaters. Here’s what to know if you don’t get to see it.
A high-quality version of the "Birds of Prey" trailer leaked online Wednesday afternoon. Insider confirmed it is playing only in theaters.
‘It: Chapter Two’ manages to entertain for nearly 3 hours and will be a huge box-office hit, but can feel too familiar
"It: Chapter Two" captures the fun and terror of its predecessor, sometimes to a fault. But it's an overall entertaining horror blockbuster.