The veteran character actor is a strong Best Supporting Actor contender for his role tormenting Miles Teller in the indie film
The episode marks the first crossover between a Marvel property and a Disney Channel live-action series
An Argentine comedy trumps "Birdman" and "The Imitation Game" while the confab says it could care less about Best Picture candidates
The "Community" star will voice Miles Morales on an episode of Disney XD's "Ultimate Spider-Man: Web-Warriors"
Men and women, it turns out, have differing visions of what makes a kick-ass female superhero
First "Ghostbusters" and now the "Amazing Spider-Man" universe? What's next, "Women in Black?"
Another Comic-Con, another Hollywood cosplayer
TV demonstrated its muscle, even during film studio panels
Junior Bishop, 25, is charged with "assault, resisting arrest, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct," the NYPD tells TheWrap
Analysis: Adam Fogelson and Oren Aviv are two veteran marketing executives who could fill Blake's big shoes
Vice chairman exiting after 22 years at the studio
The producer's low-risk, high-return horror movies sync well with studio's plan to bring its classic creatures back as tentpoles
This Wrap series about the rise of Hispanic moviegoing examines the powerful role of female ticket buyers
The senior VP of worldwide publicity is stepping down after 34 years at Sony
Watching a movie at home will soon be superior to the movie theater, Barry Sandrew tells TheWrap
Inexperienced directors are easy to blame when movies fail, but Robert Stromberg and Gareth Edwards demonstrate the folly of that logic with "Maleficent" and "Godzilla"
The Seth Rogen-Zac Efron vehicle opened bigger than most of last year's comedy hits
Universal's raunchy comedy is building buzz while Sony's superhero sequel is battling weak word of mouth
Sony's Marvel sequel is even bigger overseas, adding $116 million from abroad
Bobby Moynihan plays Clippers owner
This is just the beginning of what might be an "amazing" year for Stone
Sony's Marvel superhero sequel has summer's first weekend to itself, but will battle high expectations and franchise fatigue
"Who Framed Roger Rabbit" actor died with a casting dream unrealized
"He targeted me because I was skinny and thin-skinned and he knew it," the actor says
Sony has a lot riding on the Marvel superhero sequel, which stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and opens on May 2
The "Cabin in the Woods" director was already writing the script for Sony's tale of Spidey's villains
Jimmy Kimmel put the actress to the test, and the results are spice-tacular
CinemaCon 2014: The slate includes Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen, Cameron Diaz and, well, Kim Jong Un
...who also needs the attention of a dentist and dermatologist, STAT!
Also: the producer of Sony's "Captain Phillips" and "The Social Network" explains why he took the Job at Columbia