The 'Big Little Liar' star opens up about her plan to sign up for a play when she attended the premiere of her new movie 'The Goldfinch' at the Toronto International Film Festival.
During an appearance on 'Watch What Happens Live', the 'Blue Crush' actress reveals the story behind her losing her Mary Jane role to Kirsten Dunst in the Sam Raimi-directed 2002 movie.
Seeking unspecified damages from director Paul W.S. Anderson and the film's producers, Olivia Jackson claims to have lost an arm due to a technical miscalculation for an action scene.
Asked if she hinted at her role in the upcoming Matt Reeves-directed movie in her recent Instagram post, the 'Diamonds' singer says she 'would love to go in and try out' if she's offered to play Poison Ivy.
The two veteran actresses are set to take the lead roles in the big screen adaptation of Laurie Fox's novel that offers a new take on J.M. Barrie's classic Peter Pan story.
Though stressing that the sequel is the conclusion of the story between the Losers and Pennywise, Andy Muschietti does note that the horror clown's origin has not been addressed.
J.Lo also defends her co-star against claims that the 'Crazy Rich Asians' star behaved like 'a diva' on set, saying, 'My experience with her was lovely. We became really great friends.'
Director Todd Phillips admits that there were times when the leading man 'lost his composure on the set,' while co-star Robert De Niro defends him for having to be intense for the film.
Going back to Danny Jones Middle School in Grand Prairie, Texas, the former 'Wizards of Waverly Place' star gives best friend Courtney and her record label staff a guided tour.
In other news, Rihanna, Ruth Negga, Eiza Gonzales and Ana De Armas have been named among fan favorites to play Catwoman in Matt Reeves' upcoming movie 'The Batman'.
Breaking his silence on the pay inequality scandal that led to the screenwriter's departure, Jon M. Chu stresses in an open letter that he is still leaving the door open for her to rejoin.
The 'Sex and the City' star and her husband have landed the lead roles in Neil Simon's marriage comedy 'Plaza Suite' which will be directed by John Benjamin Hickey.
The 1997 action thriller starring John Travolta and Nicolas Cage became director John Woo's biggest original hit with a $245 million revenue globally and is often dubbed his best Hollywood film.
The sequel to Stephen King's horror adaptation easily topples 'Angel Has Fallen' from the first place on its debut weekend, scoring the second-highest opening for a horror movie behind the first film.
In the meantime, Roman Polanski's 'An Officer and a Spy' nails the Grand Jury Prize, and 'About Endlessness' helmer Roy Andersson takes home the Silver Lion for Best Director.
When asked to share her thought on the news that her ex-boyfriend has landed the superhero role in 'The Batman', the 'Charlie's Angels' actress gushes that she is 'very, very happy about that.'
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, the 'Judy' star admits that she was torn about approaching Liza Minnelli, Lorna Luft and Joey Luft during her preparation to play their mother.
Should he land the part in 'Twisting My Melon', the 'Skins' actor will star opposite Jason Isaacs, Holliday Grainger and Maxine Peake under the direction of Matt Greenhalgh.
After walking away to film 'Concussion', the 'Aladdin' actor jumps back on board the project, which will see him reteaming with 'I Am Legend' screenwriter Akiva Goldsman.
Made with an entirely local Afghan cast and crew, the Sahraa Karimi-directed movie is hailed by the 'By the Sea' actress as a 'moving film' that had been made 'against the odds.'