“Spider-Man: No Way Home” has finally been overtaken at the box office after a month in the top spot.
It’s a foolish knockoff that tries desperately to become a clone of the OG film — except there's nothing smart about it.
"Maybe some of their anger comes from not being allowed to be who they want to be," said the actor, who plays Sidney Prescott in the horror franchise.
David Arquette and Courteney Cox are also returning for the fifth installment of the classic horror franchise, due out in January.
Getting jabbed was no fantasy for the five-time Grammy winner.
The president makes a disturbing telephone call in the slasher movie parody.
The daughter of Michael Jackson promotes her role in the "Scream: Resurrection" miniseries with a nod to the petrifying past.
"I took off my bra and a skittle fell out, but I don’t remember the last time I ate skittles?"
The former White House communications director might have missed his calling.
The inspiration for Miss Malice’s drag act, she says, is “lesbian pulp novel covers, 60s B-movie heroines and mid-century
It's still iconic, 20 years later.
In other words; I was watching a group of men stoning Rokhshana because they were afraid of her and everything that she represented
There's much more to Wes Craven's legacy than a single movie villain. We explore Craven's massive impact on the film industry in what will be remembered as one of the most celebrated and impactful careers from a screenwriter, producer, and director.
A fitting tribute to horror's shrill-seeker.
To film enthusiasts and horror fans, Wes Craven was one of these rare individuals. An artist whose work not only impacted the genre, but also changed the whole conversation.
Celebrities who worked with and were fans of Wes Craven payed tribute to the horror film legend who passed away on Sunday.