From directors to pop stars and A-list actors in their own right, the 2017 Disney blockbuster had the scope to bring in a string of celebs for this installment. Did you catch them all?
Marvel president Kevin Feige intimated that you will want to have your popcorn ready in time for 2018, with the MCU villain taking no prisoners early on in the showpiece event.
Receiving a strong backlash from approximately 10-20% of fans on Twitter, the filmmaker defended his role in the sequel to say that he had to stick true to his personal vision.
Rian Johnson opens the lid on his 2017 blockbuster, including his creative choices on Kylo Ren, Luke Skywalker and what lays in store for Episode IX
Described as a "double-edged sword," the buyout of Fox's Marvel properties will see the events of Logan overlooked as Disney take the reigns.
The Kiwi filmmaker recalled how casting calls from Miramax would eliminate Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino from the equation, leaving the Lord of the Rings director to decry his role in a twenty year scandal.
The comedic actor wants to follow in the footsteps of Robin Williams yet again as he earmarks the 1993 classic.
The 2017 Disney blockbuster has broken through the $100m barrier, but moviegoers cannot agree on the merits of this year's sequel.
If the New Year theatrical offerings are not giving you much post-Christmas joy, feast on the Batman, Lethal Weapon and Godfather trilogies amongst many other titles.
The veteran actor is likely to pair up again with Zombieland filmmaker Ruben Fleischer for this Marvel spinoff from Sony.
Attending the CCXP in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Collider scored some fresh updates from director Josh Boone on his upcoming teen horror superhero installment.
The actress would go into incredible detail during her New York Times op-ed piece, recalling how the producer attempted to shutdown her 2002 biopic Frida.