The 38-year-old says she has ‘more freedom’ as a European actress.
The 63-year-old will present an Oscars companion show on ITV alongside a panel of celebrity guests on March 10.
Black and Glass appeared to film an impromptu music video for the song before the world premiere began.
There's still time to watch Best Film nominees like Poor Things to Oppenheimer ahead of the 2024 Oscars.
Can he fix it? Yes he can! Here's everything we know about Jennifer Lopez's new Bob The Builder: The Movie.
The action star has been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia.
Dodson appeared in Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens and Ewoks: The Battle For Endor.
The star said he supported Ukraine against Russian aggression and those ‘who condone it’.
Gyllenhaal will portray a bouncer hired to watch over a bar in the reboot of the 1989 film.
Denis Villeneuve has recalled promising Florence Pugh a meatier character arc in a third Dune movie, should one be greenlit.
Thomas Haden Church has revealed in an interview that during the Covid-19 pandemic, talks of a Sideways sequel were going down.
The Batman Part II is heading our way as part of DC Elseworlds. What else do we know about it? Time to get clued up...
For a limited time new and returning subscribers can get Disney+ for a lower fee, in celebration of awards season.
Bridget Jones 4 is on the way with Renée Zellweger set to return. Here's everything we know about the sequel so far.
The actor reflects on the highs and lows of his career with Yahoo from No Country For Old Men to Milk, Marvel and more.
Jake Gyllenhaal leads Prime Video's remake of the '80s classic, but the film has already courted controversy ahead of its release.
Ewan McGregor leads a new historical drama for Paramount+, while the latest instalment of Mission: Impossible is set to be released on Paramount+ in March.
Ridley Scott's historical epic and a new comedy starring Noel Fielding and Hugh Bonneville are just some of the highlights on Apple TV+ in March.
From Charlotte Coben's new thriller to the newest action flick starring Jake Gyllenhaal, there's a lot to enjoy in March on Prime Video.
Disney+ subscribers will have access to an exclusive version of Taylor Swift's record-breaking concert film and the return of Marvel's X-Men animated series.