Murder Comes to Comics With IDW’s Comedic ‘Clue’

The new series is based on Hasbro's beloved boardgame.read more

From Meme to Movie: Rihanna, Lupita Nyong’o Project in the Works at Netflix

Ava DuVernay is on board to direct, while Issa Rae is in talks to write.read more

Cannes: Open Road Nabs U.S. Rights to Animated ‘Duck Duck Goose’

The Christopher Jenkins-helmed comedy features a voice cast that includes Jim Gaffigan, Zendaya and Lance Lim.read more

‘Boss Baby’ Screenwriter on Skewering Corporate Culture and All Those (Coincidental) Trump References

Michael McCullers also tells THR that his upcoming ‘Shrek 5’ will feature “a pretty big reinvention.”read more

‘Pitch Perfect’ Star Adam DeVine to Host 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards

The show, which this year adds television categories for the first time, is set to air live on May 7. read more

Cannes: China’s Weying Takes Five Competition Films

Among the films sold by Wild Bunch are 'Loveless' from Andrey Zvyagintsev and Michel Hazanavicius' 'Redoubtable.'read more

‘Dark Skull’ Tops Cartagena Film Fest in Colombia

Berlinale entry 'So Long Enthusiasm' grabs best director and best Colombian film in Latin America's longest-running film festival.read more

Box Office: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ Launches to $17M Thursday

Marvel and Disney's sequel could earn $150 million or more in its domestic debut.read more

‘Transformers’ Star Jerrod Carmichael on the Joke Michael Bay Asked Him to Change

'The Last Knight' actor also reveals why he won't join another existing franchise (despite enjoying himself on set): "Mark my words, this is my first and my last."read more

Juno Temple Attempts to Heal From Loss in ‘One Percent More Humid’ (Exclusive Video)

"I'm already hurt — it can't get worse," she says in the coming-of-age movie, premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival.read more

China Box Office: ‘A Dog’s Purpose’ Stages Second-Weekend Upset of ‘Logan’

The Amblin Entertainment family drama was boosted by local partner Alibaba Pictures and increasing pet ownership in China. read more

Critic’s Notebook: 30 Years Later, Steve Martin’s Witty ‘Roxanne’ Endures

'Roxanne' — released today in 1987 — was one of the last moments at which fans could view the comedian purely as the champion of intelligence and intelligent stupidity.read...

Rights Available! Mark Twain’s Never-Before-Published Fairy Tale

Twain's 'The Purloining of Prince Oleomargarine (with illustrations from Philip C. Stead and Erin Stead) and Curtis Dawkins' 'The Graybar Hotel' are both up for grabs.read more

Netflix Doubles Down on Adam Sandler With New Four-Film Deal

The two Sandler films already released under his previous deal are the streaming giant's top film releases ever.read more