Chris Hemsworth says Captain Marvel - aka Carol Danvers - is "absolutely" a worthy successor to the mantle of the team's most super-powered member.
Read more: The Hellboy reboot is ‘ridiculously gory’ The first of which comes pre-credits, at the end of the film, and is set in Siberia.
Scott Wittman, who co-wrote the 'Mary Poppins Returns' soundtrack with Marc Shaiman, shares how the film's songs - including 'The Place Where Lost Things Go' - came together.
“I care about her a lot and I think she’s making some good decisions and some bad decisions," says Harbour.
“It’s kind of gory, like almost ridiculously so, almost like a Tarantino film,” says Harbour.
British born-director Chris Butler describes the film as "Indiana Jones meets Sherlock Holmes meets Planes, Trains and Automobiles".
The makers of 'Shazam!' dispute reports of the astronomical cost of the supersuit and talk about how they nailed the design.
"The moment I went and started acting school, not knowing I would have a career, was the first moment I felt like I'd found my tribe," the 50-year-old actor explains.
"I'm one of the people who didn't think it was as bad as people seemed to make out," says 'Shazam!' villain Mark Strong.
Zachary Levi doesn't seem convinced he'll get to face off with Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam, but he definitely relishes the opportunity should it ever happen.
Taron Egerton, Jamie Foxx, Eve Hewson, and director Otto Bathurst reveal the lengths they went to ensure Robin Hood's archery lived up to the Sherwood Forest legend. Robin Hood is available on Digital Download now, and on DVD and Blu-ray from 25 March.
Jason Isaacs says 'The OA' creators Brit Marling, and Zal Batmanglij have five seasons mapped out for the hit Netflix show.
There are similarities to be made between English acting royalty Ralph Fiennes and Kenneth Branagh. “I don’t want to work for an entity who insists I have so and so in a role, and other stuff like that.
Daniel Mays discusses playing a London music exec in Cornwall-set underdog comedy Fisherman's Friends.
Florence Pugh and Jack Lowden discuss what makes a good director and how film sets have changed for the better.