The actor is an ambassador to the United24 project, which donates drones to the Ukrainian army.
A new 'Star Trek' animated series arrives on the Paramount streaming service this month, along with films starring Maika Monroe and Olivia Colman.
The underworld of the British capital is back with season two of 'Gangs of London', while 'The White Lotus' also returns for a second run.
Lena Dunham helms a medieval comedy, Blumhouse takes on blind dates and Peter Capaldi plays a reclusive criminal on Prime Video UK this month.
A long-running zombie show comes to an end around Halloween, while Marvel makes a foray into the horror world.
Key and Peele reunite under the directorship of animation legend Henry Selick on Netflix UK this month.
The Hollywood star was among the famous faces attending the British Film Institute Luminous fundraising gala.
The debt-laden business warned investors that audiences are set to remain below pre-Covid levels for at least the next two years.
Homer Laffoon filed a petition, which has been met with objections from Mr Tupper, to control his mother’s estate following her death.
Marvel’s “Armor Wars,” originally planned as a TV series for Disney+, is being redeveloped as a feature film, Variety has learned. “Armor Wars” will star Don Cheadle, reprising his MCU role of James “Rhodey” Rhodes, a.k.a. War Machine. The project is based on Marvel Comics’ seven-issue arc of the same name within the story of […]
New Prime Video documentary The Sound of 007 details the history of the James Bond theme, scores, and the late singer's proposed plan to record the song for 2008's Quantum of Solace.
The Australian actress was speaking on the red carpet at the BFI Luminous fundraising gala in London.
The sequel will see the leaders of Wakanda fight to protect their nation in the wake of the death of King T’Challa, who was played by Boseman.
An Aston Martin DB5 stunt car, used on screen in the latest James Bond film No Time To Die, has been sold at auction for £2,922,000.
The activist said industry executives’ attitudes towards commissioning projects by minority creatives felt like being told ‘we don’t belong here’.