Jeff Cohen, who played Chunk in the 1985 classic 'The Goonies', says he doesn't want to return for a sequel.
Ron Perlman reveals it would be a 'shame' if he and director Guillermo del Toro don't make 'Hellboy 3', teasing the first story details.
Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult play citizens infected with a syndrome that allows human feeling in a society where its been outlawed in Drake Doremus' sci-fi romance.
Festivalgoers responded with puzzlement and disappointment to the news that the Aretha Franklin doc won't be screening.
Berenice Bejo and Robert Pattinson star in a dark, operatic fantasy set at the end of World War I.
Asian-American character Amadeus Cho will become the new Hulk in Marvel's comic series 'Totally Awesome Hulk', debuting in December.
'Captain America: Civil War' marks the fifth movie in a six-picture deal for Chris Evans, who hints that he may be open to extending his contract.
Daniel Radcliffe stars as 'Grand Theft Auto' creator Sam Houser, who gets ensnared in a legal battle in the trailer for BBC's 'The Gamechangers'.
The singer says the new film showing her 1972 performance violated her rights to name and likeness and invaded her privacy.
Idris Elba stars as an African warlord who trains a young soldier in the first trailer for 'Beasts of No Nation'.
Ambi Group Buys Exclusive Media's Film Library, Which Includes 'Memento,' 'Donnie Darko' and 'Ides of March'
The consortium of film companies, run by Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi, has also acquired titles that Exclusive had been developing.
The fun's been siphoned from a franchise tank with "The Transporter: Refueled," a reboot of the Luc Besson-produced French Mediterranean-set series about a lone wolf driver-for-hire that spawned three movies from 2002 to 2008.
Yep, Ryan Coogler ('Fruitvale Station') and Damien Chazelle ('Whiplash') are on the list, as they and eight other new helmers 35 and under talk about taking TIFF, Sundance and the studios by storm.
THR's Heat Vision writer braves crowds, overzealous fans and overworked store managers over the course of a long night at Toys R Us locations. "Only Star Wars could make me do that," one customer admits.
Rooney Mara, Michael Keaton and Aaron Sorkin were among the notables who made the trek to partake in a soggy installment of a festival tradition.
Here are the movies that got the worst sunburn.