Amazon Prime subscribers will be able to see the superhero flick “Aquaman” a full week before the general public, thanks to a collaboration between the e-commerce giant, Warner Bros. and Atom Tickets.
It wasn't long ago that Warner Bros. Entertainment released a statement regarding rumors of Henry Cavill's exit from the Superman role. Now, nearly three months after those rumors began circulating, Aquaman
Peter Jackson brings the awe to World War I with "They Shall Not Grow Old." But the Oscar-winning director ("The Lord of the Rings") opens the film with traditional black-and-white footage depicting the
Even Jason Momoa gets starstruck! The 39-year-old actor took to Instagram on Thursday to gush over meeting Julia Roberts when they were both on The Late Late Show With James Corden. The Aquaman star brought
. . . said nobody ever. Does Warner Bros. know what it’s doing with its new film? By now it’s a cliché that Aquaman is the Rodney Dangerfield of superheroes. He gets no respect. Yet Warner Bros. is unleashing