You may remember the touching story of young Miles Scott. Back in the fall of 2013, Miles became an Internet sensation after the Make-a-Wish foundation helped fulfill the leukemia’s survivor’s dream of becoming Batman. After thousands of volunteers showed up to turn San Francisco into Gotham for a day of superhero adventures, Batkid was born. Now, Warner Bros. is releasing a documentary about Miles and the day that changed San Francisco. Batkid Begins releases on June 26 ... Discuss

We haven’t seen the last of Brad Pitt, zombie hunter. According to a report in Variety, a sequel to the blockbuster adaptation of the book World War Z is currently in the works, and will hit theaters in the summer of 2017. No significant plot details have been released, but the script is being penned by Steven Knight, the writer behind the TV show Peaky Blinders and films including Locke and Amazing Grace ... Discuss

A new documentary from actor Hugh Jackman—who is also an ambassador for World Vision Australia—about the impact fair trade coffee can have in the lives of farmers in developing countries. Dukale’s Dream releases later this summer. Read More

Here’s a look at a new documentary from actor Hugh Jackman—who is also an ambassador for World Vision Australia—about the impact fair trade coffee can have in the lives of farmers in developing countries. Dukale’s Dream releases later this summer ... Discuss

The team behind Nacho Libre is reuniting. Director Jared Hess, the filmmaker behind films including Nacho Libre and Napoleon Dynamite, is working with two New Girl writers on a new movie called Micronations. The comedy will reteam Hess with actor Jack Black in a story that, according to Variety, is about “a lovable oddball [who] finds a place to belong among the bizarre and ridiculous world of ‘do-it-yourself countries,’ inhabited by a motley crew of eccentrics and visionaries who have declared their own backyards sovereign nations … or ‘micronations.'” In a statement, Hess explained, “Once I learned that there were people within the United States who have created their very own countries, I knew I had to make a movie about them” ... Discuss

The first trailer for the Aaron Sorkin-penned, Danny Boyle-directed biopic Steve Jobs has arrived. Thanks to the Sony email leaks, we know that the script and film have a famously tumultuous past, getting dropped by the studio (before getting picked up Universal). It also had its initial star, Christian Bale, back out. But, as this trailer shows, the current cast—including Michael Fassbender, Seth Rogan, Kate Winslet and Jeff Daniels—and fresh concept (the movie unfolds over just three scenes), the vision for this film is miles apart from poorly received Ashton Kutcher effort Jobs four years ago ... Discuss