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Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. have unleashed a second clip from their upcoming monster movie, Kong: Skull Island.
We're less than two months away from the hotly anticipated premiere of one of 2017’s earliest blockbuster movies, and to whet our appetite for director Jordan Vogt-Roberts' Kong: Skull Island, four new action-packed promos have been unleashed.
The international trailer for Kong: Skull Island boasts a very enthusiastic Japanese voiceover and some fiery new footage showcasing the island's dangerous creatures.
Frank Miller and Geof Darrow’s Eisner award-winning comic book Hard Boiled is heading to the big screen, with Tom Hiddleston being eyed to star.
Tom Hiddleston was on hand during tonight’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live to debut the newest trailer for Warner Bros.’ upcoming "King of the Monsters" movie Kong: Skull Island.
Here's the smashing new Japanese trailer for the giant ape adventure Kong: Skull Island
The director and star of Thor: Ragnarok have shared some intriguing photos from the set down in Australia.
San Diego Comic-Con is in full swing, and Warner Bros. has now unleashed the first official footage for Kong: Skull Island.
Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts promises everything will be bigger in the movie reboot.
With Daniel Craig potentially looking to hang up his license to kill, speculation is ramping up about who might play the next James Bond. Well, the latest option is certainly an interesting one.
Released during last night's MTV Movie Awards, a new video featurette reveals our first official look at the new Tom Hiddleston movie Kong: Skull Island.
There’s a lot of mystery surrounding Tom Hiddleston’s upcoming Kong: Skull Island, but the actor just dropped some intriguing hints about the next movie featuring the legendary King of the Apes.
Loki's future with the Marvel Cinematic Universe just got a little murkier.
A new trailer for the near-future tale High-Rise has been released, offering up a deeper dive into the class warfare we’ll find at the top (and bottom) of the skyscrapers humanity calls home.
The British author's disturbing novel is now a movie, and it looks really, really weird.