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A full rundown of all the ways the coronavirus is changing the entertainment landscape around the world.
Robert Pattinson tried and failed to keep his Batman role a secret from Christopher Nolan.The actor was shooting Nolan’s highly-anticipated new film Tenet when he attempted to sneak away from the set for a screen test for The Batman, but Nolan saw straight through his excuse.
The actor could earn a paycheck between $30 and $60 million for the upcoming space movie.
"I was so scared of Tom," Newton says about making the action sequel. "He was a very dominant individual."
The writer, director, producer, actor, and editor passed away unexpectedly on Friday, May 15 in Los Angeles.
Woodley got candid with The New York Times about being "very, very sick" in her early 20s.
“Contagion” medical consultant Ian Lipkin stressed that social distancing was the best tool in combating the virus’ spread.
The "First Cow" filmmaker told Mel Magazine why she isn't a fan of the Academy Award-winning film.
The Palpatine actor knew from the beginning that his character was a clone of the infamous Sith lord.
Affleck once said he left "The Batman" because he couldn't crack the script, but now he says there were far more personal issues at stake.
The entertaining e-ride created by Margot Robbie and a team of women scored upbeat reviews and previews before it stumbled in theaters.
Zellweger is the frontrunner to win the Best Actress prize for playing Judy Garland, mother of Liza Minnelli.
Phoenix said "yes" to "Joker" in a most unconventional way that's also, well, very Joaquin Phoenix.
"If I had made a movie that wasn’t good and one that I wasn’t proud of and a lot of people saw it, I would be devastated," Stewart said in a recent interview.
NEW YORK (AP) — Matthew McConaughey notched one of the worst debuts of his career, Oscar nominees saw only modest bumps and M. Night Shyamalan's "Glass" easily remained No. 1 on a quiet weekend in movie theaters.
Constance Wu, Ken Jeong, Awkwafina, Michelle Yeoh and Henry Golding break down how important "Crazy Rich Asians" is, being the first Hollywood studio movie with an all-Asian cast in over 20 years.