As SM Cinema launch the Reel-to-Real Experience, the largest film exhibitor in the country recently unveiled the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom interactive exhibit in SM City North EDSA The Block Atrium.

The story of Godzilla is a story that has been told numerous times by a wide variety of filmmakers from a wide variety of cultures. One of the most notorious Godzilla stories ever committed to film is Roland Emmerich's 1998 take on the giant reptile, which has since gone on to become known as one of the worst cinematic versions of Godzilla ever. On that note, Godzilla writer and producer Dean Devlin recently opened up and admitted that he thinks a significant reason Godzilla failed to make an impression on audiences was the attempt to imbue the lizard with moral ambiguity.

Brad Pitt couldn't be happier with his new gig. 

The father of six was all smiles as he was spotted leaving the star-studded table read of Quentin Tarantino's new movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, in West Hollywood, California, on Wednesday. Pitt, who looked happy and healthy in a white long sleeved tee and jeans, smiled for photographers as he jumped on his motorcycle to leave the meeting. 

We live in a time when an R rating is no longer a death sentence for a blockbuster and R-rated movies can earn over $100 million dollars in their opening weekend. However, PG-13 is still the sweet spot for blockbusters looking to maximize the number of eyeballs, and in keeping with franchise tradition, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom will be rated PG-13.

Aside from being Miles Morales' cinematic debut, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verseis notable for being the first time we're seeing more than one Spider-hero in action on the big screen. As Miles gets the hang of his new abilities, he'll be mentored by classic Spidey, Peter Parker, who hails from another universe. But the arachnid fun doesn't stop there, as the new trailer that dropped today revealed that Gwen Stacy will also be popping up in her Spider-Gwen guise, and she'll be voiced by Bumblebeestar Hailee Steinfeld.

Los Angeles, United States—With “Solo: A Star Wars Story” proving an intergalactic dud on its opening weekend, analysts have been pondering whether Lucasfilm’s enviable license to print money might just have expired.

The latest prequel in the iconic space franchise opened over the Memorial Day weekend in the US and Canada on just $103 million, worryingly short of predictions of a $150-million debut.