The television series based on the 1995 film that starred Bruce Willis and Brad Pitt will debut in January.
“Goonies” director Richard Donner confirms to TMZ that a sequel is in the works, and he hopes to bring back the original cast.
The 91-year-old screenwriter, who also wrote films like “Flash Gordon” and “Never Say Never Again,” Semple brought a lighter version of The Dark Knight to television screens in the 1960s.
Melissa Roxburgh will play a werewolf in love with a shapeshifter in the backdoor pilot for “Supernatural: Bloodlines.”
In an effort to get the film to its Kickstarter backers quickly, “Veronica Mars” will arrive via digital channels the same day it opens in theaters.
Mark Wahlberg joins the cast just in time for a slew of new Transformers to blow things up in Paramount’s Super Bowl spot for ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction.”
Police are investigating the cause of death of the Oscar-winning actor who appeared in “Capote,” “Doubt” and “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.”
Honoring “excellence in the field of animation,” the 41st Annie Awards recognized “Toy Story of TERROR!,” “Futurama,” “Adventure Time,” “Princess Sofia,” “Pacific Rim,” “The Hobbit” and more.