Classic horror novels by Scholastic and R.L. Stine are coming to HBO Max with a contemporary twist.
Disney vows that account password sharing will be fine, so long as it doesn’t become a rampant issue.
The long-debated question over who shot first reprises its role in Disney's “Star Wars” era.
New images of Netflix's "The Witcher" give rise to its supporting cast, beautiful backdrops, and haunting monsters.
With a whole new cast and attitude, “Westworld” no sooner returns with a slate of awesome reveals.
Writer and director Damien Chazelle is bringing his talents to Paramount Studios with “Babylon.”
Following disappointment over both “The Last Jedi” and “The Force Awakens,” JJ Abrams plans on changing all of it.
Though the platform has long been teased for months, it seems Disney’s new streaming service might be in for some technical trouble.
Check out all the facts and rumors about Matt Reeves' "The Batman."
With the end of the Skywalker saga closing in, John Boyega looks to expand his horizons in Netflix thriller “Rebel Ridge.”
Comic book and horror adaption-specialist David F. Sandberg will direct "The Unsound" feature for Netflix.
"Scoob!" portrays the gang's initial beginnings and the confines of their ever-growing relationship.
Bob Iger foretells a future with far more than just four potential "Star Wars" Disney+ shows.
Karl Urban and Erick Kripke tease fans as Season 2 of Amazon's "The Boys" wraps filming.
Horror-thriller "The Invisible Man" is reformatted for modern-day audiences with lead Elisabeth Moss and writer-director Leigh Whannell.
Guy Pearce is first to join the cast of the upcoming Justin P. Lange horror movie "The Seventh Day."
Though based in fantasy, Netflix's "The Witcher" series vies to be more terrifying with creatures of unimaginable grotesquery.
After a highly successful Kickstarter campaign, "Critical Role" takes its hilarious "Dungeons & Dragons" escapades to Amazon Prime Video.
The "Dune" reboot slated for 2020 already has a sequel underway with Jon Spaihts returning as the writer.
Vertical Entertainment has picked up a new sequel for the "Skyline" franchise, penned and directed by co-creator Liam O'Donnell.