Disney's latest entry in the 'Star Wars' saga is out December 20.
The explosive VICE Studios film is out November 15 in select theaters and November 29 via Prime Video.
The trailer feels like 'One Hour Photo' on a much smaller budget mixed with...Limp Bizkit.
Chucky wreaks havoc using the Internet of Things.
This thing is, somehow, shaping up to be even sadder than the first three.
Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever play two straightedge high schoolers who decide to tear it up right before graduation.
Trump famously railed against the wrongfully convicted teens. Now DuVernay is going to tell their story.
The “uncensored’ story of the pop icon will hit theatres in May.
David Harbour's upcoming film has a stacked cast and more folkloric baddies than you can shake a rock-hard, red fist at.
It looks like an even darker 'Making a Murderer.'
Disney is making the hurt even more real.
Although the trailer is thin on dialogue, it evokes themes of poverty, class, and race.