Strippers, showmen, and sad clowns — with movies like Hustlers, Judy, and Joker, this year’s Serious Movie Season is looking a little less somber than usual.
“They’re just being two kids fighting over money, when they could just come together and make something great,” one fan told BuzzFeed News of the fight between Disney and Sony.
Both the British star and Marvel Studios' chief Kevin Feige broke their silence on the controversy Saturday while at Disney's D23 Expo.
Disney and Sony Pictures will no longer share Tom Holland's webslinger.
For FX's Impeachment: American Crime Story, Beanie Feldstein (!) will play Lewinsky, and Sarah Paulson (!!) will play Linda Tripp.
Avengers: Endgame also surpassed Avatar as the highest grossing film ever worldwide. In other words, it's good to be Disney
The can’t-be-killed deputy sheriff will whack zombies in a theater near you.
J.D. McCrary and Shahadi Wright Joseph told BuzzFeed News what it was like working on the remake of the beloved Disney classic. Just don’t ask them about real lions.
In an interview with BuzzFeed News, Eichner discusses playing Timon in Disney’s remake of The Lion King, the hard road for openly queer actors in Hollywood, and how to solve a problem like Bert and Ernie.
Between its army of beloved franchises and purchase of 20th Century Fox, Disney controls more of the movie business than any studio in generations. What will Hollywood look like under Mickey Mouse’s shadow?
The (apparently) final film in the X-Men franchise opened with just $33 million at the domestic box office.
“We wanted to tell a story that moved beyond what we typically see when it comes to queer characters, when it’s all about the coming out,” Wilde told BuzzFeed News about Booksmart. (Warning: SPOILERS.)
The Twilight heartthrob would headline The Batman, the latest movie reboot of the DC Comics superhero franchise.
As the two biggest pop culture franchises of the decade unveiled their highly anticipated conclusions, they exposed the joys and hazards of fan service and grand spectacle. Warning: SPOILERS.
But can the Marvel Studios juggernaut topple Avatar?
Marvel Studios' 22nd film debuted with $1.22 billion worldwide. Yes, that's billion with a B.
Studios just haven’t released nearly enough hit movies this year.
“If you are a fan and you’re invested in the movies, you’re going to be really pleased with this one,” screenwriter Stephen McFeely told BuzzFeed News. Spoiler free!
“You’re not getting this overarching view anymore. You’re getting this down low, really specific micro view of what’s going on.” Warning: This story contains SPOILERS.
After Trump posted the video on Twitter, people quickly began pointing out that the music is from Hans Zimmer's score for the Batman movie.