The 'Charlie’s Angels' star plays the American actress who appeared in a number of iconic films including Jean-Luc Godard's 1960 film 'Breathless'.
That Bill Skarsgård isn’t part of the awards season discussion for the year’s best actor is a crime.
Adam Sandler wasn't always in place to play the lead role in the nail-biting Netflix thriller 'Uncut Gems'.
“I’ve seen early cuts of it and I was blown away by it,” says 1917 co-writer Krysty Wilson-Cairns.
“You should be able to find comedy in everything or that’s when we start having our thoughts taken away from us.”
Could audiences see 'Paddington 2' villain Phoenix Buchanan return to wreak more havoc?
Director Sasha Rainbow discusses her documentary short 'Kamali', which focuses on a seven-year-old skateboarding girl in India.
In 'The Gentlemen', McConaughey plays an American expat who has built an enormous drug empire in London.
Two stalwarts of the romcom genre are finally set to work together, according to Matthew McConaughey.
It features the next generation of acting talent from two iconic Hollywood families.
With a second season commission already sorted, M. Night Shyamalan's new psychological horror series is looking to the future.
A new documentary follows Leicestershire-based company, who Pailtoy were responsible for producing 'Star Wars' merchandise which is now worth thousands of pounds to collectors.
"Stop-motion is a beautiful art form that deserves to stand alongside other mediums," the Laika director says.
The 'Harry Potter' star stepped outside of his comfort zone to play the slimy sibling of one of the main characters in slippery Apple TV+ show 'Servant'.
The maestro of the dramatic plot twist has plenty in store with his new Apple TV+ psychological horror series 'Servant'.
Where role does a child-friendly show like Doctor Who have to play in the current pop culture conversation
The series opener – the first of ten new episodes – is the Doctor Who’s most ambitious yet.
The actor said historical roles like 1950s-set noir 'Motherless Brooklyn' allow her to 'feel like you're time travelling'.
The actor-director said it's harder than it used to be for films like 'Motherless Brooklyn' to do well at the multiplex.