‘The Bear’ actress has stepped down from her mystery role due to scheduling conflicts, after the project was delayed multiple times during last year’s strikes; film hits theaters July 25, 2025.
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Citing last year’s strikes and scheduling conflicts as the main reasons for the departure, ‘The Walking Dead’ actor says he still wants to ‘do a Marvel movie’ in the future; ‘Thunderbolts’ hits theaters July 25, 2025.
After facing numerous delays due to the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, work resumes in the new year; the series' final season will now premiere sometime in 2025.
A last-minute pit stop was just announced after previous reports stated the film would premiere on August 11.
Neill Blomkamp directs the high-octane film based on the true story of a teenage gamer whose skills ultimately made him a professional racecar driver, hitting theaters August 11.
The high-octane film, based on the true story of a teenage gamer whose skills ultimately made him a professional racecar driver, screeches into theaters August 11.
The first title from James Gunn and Peter Safran’s ‘Gods & Monsters’ chapter of the franchise stars David Harbour, Indira Varma, Alan Tudyk, Maria Bakalova, Zoe Chao, Steve Agee, and others, set to stream in 2024.
Fans at CES 2023 buckled up for an exclusive look at the highly anticipated film based on the true story of a teenage player of the titular game who went on to become a pro racecar driver; starring David Harbour, Archie Madekwe, Darren Barnet, and Orlando Bloom, the film hits theaters this summer.
The high-octane film adaptation of Sony’s best-selling racing game welcomes the ’Shazam!’ star, Daniel Puig, Josha Stradowski, Thomas Kretschman, and Miss Ginger Spice herself to the cast.
Neil Blomkamp helms the high-octane film that pays homage to the best-selling PlayStation racing game, based on the true story of a teenage gamer whose skills ultimately translated into his becoming a professional racecar driver; film debuts in theaters on August 11, 2023.
Fans of Gabe Liedman’s animated superspy series about a ‘queer’ team of loveably annoying misfit LGBTQ+ geniuses will have to rewatch Season 1 to satisfy their craving for more of the show’s hilarious antics and chemistry.
Lucasfilm’s new animated short film anthology showcases top animation producers from Japan, all huge ‘Star Wars’ fans, who’ve drawn upon their own heritage to create an exciting and beautifully designed set of stories, now streaming on Disney+.
Executive producer Gabe Liedman's new animated superspy series may have begun life with the phrase ‘Gay James Bond,’ but it quickly blossomed into so much more - a fun, unabashedly ‘queer’ workplace ensemble comedy about a group of loveably annoying misfit LGBTQ+ geniuses.
The storied visual effects studio delivers 800 shots, tackling the high-octane opening small plane escape scenes, a Budapest shoot-out and car chase across the city, and the widows fight in villain Dreykov’s flying HQ, in Marvel Studios’ most recent MCU action-thriller.
The otherworldly series features nine stories by seven Japanese anime studios, all underscored by musical legend John Williams, set to release September 22 on Disney+.
Irreverent, over-the-top animated comedy series, about a misfit squad of LGBTQ+ geniuses who solve cases on their own terms - in West Hollywood, debuts September 2.
Watch stars Scarlett Johansson, Rachel Weisz, and producer Kevin Feige dive into the past and future role of Natasha Romanoff in the Marvel Cinematic Universe; MCU Phase Four action flick hits theaters and Disney+ with Premier Access today.
Sean Hayes, Gary Cole, David Harbour, Patti Harrison, Laurie Metcalf, Matt Rogers, Wanda Sykes, and Gabe Liedman join the upcoming series about a misfit squad of LGBTQ+ geniuses who solve cases on their own terms for the American Intelligence Agency.
New ‘You Got a Plan?” clip shows Florence Pugh’s imaginative problem-solving skills during a high-speed chase in the highly anticipated action-packed spy thriller; first film in Phase Four of the MCU hits theaters and Disney+ with premier access on July 9.
Highly anticipated MCU Phase Four action flick comes to theaters and Disney+ with Premier Access July 9, 2021.
Hitting theatres and Disney+ simultaneously July 9, Marvel Studios’ often delayed and hotly anticipated spy thriller tells the mysterious backstory of the MCU’s most enigmatic and compelling Avenger.
The sci-fi star voices Rick, the scruffy owner of a beat-up van parked in front of the Green’s house, in new episode premiering March 27; Emmy-nominated animated comedy was recently renewed for a third season on Disney Channel.