The writer behind Yellowstone and 1923 sets his sights on a spy thriller starring Nicole Kidman and Zoe Saldaña. Here's everything we know about Special Ops: Lioness.
Special Ops: Lioness proves to be a slow burn thriller, combined with an enthralling character study, which is effortlessly held together by a top tier ensemble cast.
By most measures, Deep Impact is only America’s second-favourite asteroid movie of 1998, but it’s more than just a couple of months that set it apart from Armageddon.
The actor shares why Black history shouldn't be limited to a single month, and why he objects to being called "African-American."
Here's a rundown of the best new movies and TV shows coming to Sky Cinema and NOW in April 2023, from A Good Person to Dreamland
David Peoples shares behind the scenes secrets about "Unforgiven" on the film's 30th anniversary.
'Bel-Air' returns without Will Smith, while 'The Equalizer' returns with Queen Latifah on Sky/NOW this month.
James Corden voices an AI designed to comfort Melissa McCarthy's character in 'Superintelligence'.
25 years ago, David Fincher dusted himself off after 'Alien 3' and produced one of the best serial killer thrillers ever made.
Morgan Freeman will be allowed to keep his lifetime achievement award from the Screen Actors Guild following an investigation.
The actor's attorney sent a 10-page letter following the network's report accusing the actor of inappropriate behavior. CNN stands by its story.
The Screen Actors Guild has said that it is 'reviewing' a lifetime achievement award it gave Morgan Freeman, following multiple allegations of sexual harassment.
Peter Dinklage talks about his upcoming Super Bowl spot, which sees him spitting scorching rhymes opposite Morgan Freeman, and about his own punk rock past.
If you're planning on having a lovely chat while Morgan Freeman is picking up his next Lifetime Achievement award, then think again.
'Going In Style' star Morgan Freeman will NEVER attempt an accent on screen but then, why should he, when he's got one of Hollywood's most distinctive voices?
Tomorrow (8 November), the United States of America heads to the polls to decide the next leader of the free world. Whoever wins between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump - it’s safe to say a lot of people will be left upset. Never before have the two front-runners for the US presidency been so enormously unpopular, so we thought we’d take a look at some of the excellent fictional presidents we’d sooner vote for.
Archetypal sleeper hit ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ cemented Morgan Freeman’s place as a Hollywood player. “The original title came from Stephen King’s book, 'Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption’,” he told Seth Meyers on his US talk show this week. “Now, don’t choose Shawshank Redemption when you’ve got Rita Hayworth!
<p>The Sherwood Forest romp made £270million at the box office and sparked one of the most successful singles of all-time in Bryan Adams’ ‘(Everything I Do) I Do It For You’. But 25 years on from the movie’s release, what happened to Robin, Marian and the Merry Men? <i>Image credits: Rex_Shutterstock</i><br /></p>
Morgan Freeman made a frank confession while speaking publicly at a conference over the weekend telling the audience, “[Am I] Sexist? The Hollywood Reporter says the 79-year-old actor made the statement about his sexual politics in front of 400 people while talking at the Produced By Conference in Culver City, LA, where he was on a panel with his producing partner Lori McCreary. McCreary reportedly didn’t react to the veteran actor’s comments, but Gordon suggested to Freeman his remarks could be perceived as sexist.
Paramount Pictures has released the first trailer for its upcoming remake of Oscar-winning 1959 classic ‘Ben-Hur’. Starring Jack Huston as the title character previously played by Charlton Heston, this swords and sandal epic tells the story of a slave embarking on a quest of revenge. The trailer, set to a jarringly modern rock soundtrack, opens with a sea battle that destroys a slave ship, inadvertently freeing Huston’s Ben-Hur. Morgan Freeman’s character Ilderim offers his help as title character runs us through the film’s plot.
‘Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ has some pretty big shoes to fill when it comes to their incarnation of the Caped Crusader. Christopher Nolan’s hugely popular ‘Dark Knight’ trilogy is still very fresh in the memory, with ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ hitting cinemas as recently as 2012. Morgan Freeman, who portrayed Lucius Fox in the hugely popular franchise, has now insisted that it’s a huge ask for ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ to eclipse Christian Bale and Christopher Nolan’s Batman work, before then labelling ‘Batman Begins’ as the cinematic zenith for the character.