Dwayne Johnson headlines the upcoming film Skyscraper, which looks like a pure throwback to popular action movies of the 80’s and 90’s – which is a good thing.
Tom Cruise is back to his death-defying ways as Ethan Hunt in the 6th instalment of the Mission Impossible action franchise.
The second trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom dropped at this year’s Super Bowl, featuring more dinosaur action with somewhat of a horror twist.
Game Night stars Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams and follows a group of friends that regularly meet up for game night, only to find themselves trying to solve a murder mystery at their most recent… Game night.
The Week Of is a new Netflix Original film that reunites comedy legends Adam Sandler and Chris Rock, in what could be a return to form for Sandler’s comedy movie career.
Check out the unsettling trailer for the upcoming psychological horror film Hereditary, from the production powerhouse A24 films.
The world class director’s latest psychological-thriller film was shot entirely on an iPhone, going to show that you don’t need to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to make a feature film.
Maybe it’s with good reason that there are a number of contributing factors to the poor reception of the upcoming horror film Slender Man, based on a character from an internet Creepypasta.
John Boyega leads a new pack of Jaeger pilots against a swarm of Kaiju’s, threatening to destroy the planet in Pacific Rim Uprising.
In ‘news’ that shocked everyone, Danny McBride is apparently starring in a sequel/spin-off to the original Crocodile Dundee films.
The second trailer for the upcoming Tomb Raider movie reboot sees Alicia Vikander’s Lara Croft out on a quest to find her missing father, when she crosses paths with a troupe of villainous tomb raiders.
Based on the popular stage production which toured in the UK and then around Australia, Ghost Stories comes to life on the big screen from the creators of The League of Gentlemen (who also wrote and produced the play), and starring Martin Freeman.
Will Arnett and Ludacris lead the upcoming comedy buddy-cop movie Show Dogs, about the crime-solving team-up of a human police detective and his talking, canine partner.
Every Day is an upcoming indie film with a twist on the classic teen romance movie, featuring a large cast of young talented actors and actresses with Angourie Rice in the lead role as Rhiannon.