With the hype amped up to maximum fandom levels, it should come as no surprise that the 2018 blockbuster short has garnered more exposure than anything before it
What if the God of Thunder was set to release a sequel in 1987 and not 2017? Well Nerdist have come to the party.
To those that have been given special access to Marvel's D23 showing, Josh Brolin's villain wastes no time putting his stamp on the MCU.
The stage is set for the studio to release a string of classic monster movies as Javier Bardem, Tom Cruise, Russell Crowe and Sofia Boutella are joined by the Pirates 5 star.
Filmmaker James Mangold sent out the short on social media as 20th Century Fox gave us a look at the 11-year old's rehearsal with Hugh Jackman.
Having wrapped up filming earlier this month, the blockbuster has showcased a short 30-minute teaser trailer premiered at the Oscars on Sunday night.
The upcoming Marvel blockbuster gave fans a first taste of the flick as it teased a direct linkage with the Captain America installment.
After being flooded with requests, Screen Junkies have turned their attention to the DC flop that kind of made itself. Bring on the honest trailer!
Christopher Nolan's latest masterpiece is set to showcase one scene of the upcoming 2017 blockbuster for those lucky enough to score tickets
Michael Bay could very well be adapting to a changing landscape, including more gravitas and reality to his blockbuster CGI franchise.
The 54-year old action veteran explains how that plane scene was really shot and what is in store for the reboot of the 1999 Brendan Fraser installment.
With so many promising options this December, it is nearly impossible to decide which movie is worth the price of a admission. Here are the trailers for films that stick out the most.