The Marvel superhero movie is set for summer 2015; the studio also moves up "Paper Towns" and sets "Deadpool" for 2016
The young team looks like it may have been partying in a Sbarro
Working Title is producing the movie, which is set in the world of electronic dance music
In case you missed it, David Letterman announced his retirement, Josh Elliott left, Michael Strahan joined "GMA" and Stephen Colbert #SilencedHIsCritics
20th Century Fox and director Josh Trank have narrowed down their villain search to four rising stars with accents
The newly anointed Human Torch is too cool to worry about hissy fits over his playing a traditionally caucasian character
TheWrap's film reporter broke the news -- now what does he think of the choices?
"House of Cards" star Kate Mara will play Sue Storm opposite Michael B. Jordan in Josh Trank's highly-anticipated comic book movie
The Grantland editor-in-chief coaches the NBA Celebrity Game tonight versus best buddy and colleague Jalen Rose
Roland Emmerich will direct the big-budget sci-fi movie for 20th Century Fox
According the majority of critics ... no
"That Awkward Moment" premiered in Los Angeles on Monday, and TheWrap was there to ask the cast about their most awkward moments in real life,...
They'll emcee the ceremonies on Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Beverly Hills Hotel
The Miles Teller film grabs both audience and jury prizes, "Rich Hill" wins best documentary
The film got a standing ovation at its debut on Monday night
They're best friends forever, who will each be tested when they stumble upon love in the Big Apple
Award goes to film that raises awareness of social issues
The Weinstein Company's drama joins a very crowded field of contenders in its limited New York and L.A. rollout
Network also announces return dates for upcoming seasons of the Rob Dyrdek shows
The writer/director also says his $1 million movie hinged on star Michael B. Jordan: "This film would live or die by whoever was in that...
Hollywood festival also adds conversations and panels with Michael B. Jordan, Brie Larson, Dane DeHaan and Greta Gerwig
SFFS's attempt to participate in awards season will also salute documentary "The Square"
Screenwriter says Hollywood is overlooking the black audience the same way the Republicans did in the last election
The R-rated comedy, formerly titled "Are We Officially Dating?," focuses on the guys' girl problems -- and occasional boner problems
Kinberg has already written "X-Men" movies for the studio
The actor also discusses "Fruitvale Station" with the Grantland founder and podcast host
Jordan and Coogler will re-team for "Creed," the story of Apollo Creed's grandson, with Sylvester Stallone as the young fighter's trainer
Powerful film reminds us that every victim of a random shooting was, first and foremost, a person just living his or her life
The actor even has a thought as to who could play his superhero character's love interest