The Fresh Prince icon was appearing on the latest edition of US politics podcast Pod Save America, when he revealed the possible career path.
Netflix's blockbuster royal drama won four awards at the Golden Globes, and only lost when it was competing against itself.
Here's everything the streaming service has to offer this month, from the latest run of 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' through to some fun-sounding original movies.
78th edition of awards show makes history by nominating three female filmmakers in the Best Director category, but still stumbles when it comes to diversity and inclusion.
There are now two movies in the planning stages about the controversial GameStop stock controversy, which sent the US stock market reeling last week.
New Netflix drama The Dig, which explores the real-life story of the discovery of the Anglo-Saxon ship at Sutton Hoo, has been accused of misrepresenting one of the men who uncovered it.
Netflix keeps up its run of original movies, as well as adding a beloved sitcom and some great archive films.
A sequence of contrasting films contemporary and not are among the streaming highlights of this week.
Location filming in Suffolk during the autumn meant the cast and crew were faced with wind, rain, mud and bitterly cold temperatures.
“The Sandman” series at Netflix has set its main cast. Tom Sturridge is officially set to star as Dream, with the show also adding Gwendoline Christie, Vivienne Acheampong, Boyd Holbrook, Charles Dance, Asim Chaudhry, and Sanjeev Bhaskar. The series is based on “The Sandman” comic book series created for DC by Neil Gaiman. It follows […]
Sales of the 'Bridgerton' novels, by American writer Julia Quinn, have exploded in the wake of the hit Netflix series.
Despite the global pandemic, Fincher is feeling positive about the future of cinema.
The role is traditionally played by a man on stage, but Emma Thompson will now play the head of Crunchem Hall.
With cinemas remaining closed for the immediate future, 2021 is shaping up as a crucial scuffle between the big boys of streaming entertainment.
Shonda Rhimes' Bridgerton is just the latest period drama to capture our attention, and it's all Colin Firth's fault.
The director has opened up about the delays to the thriller, revealing that he had to reshoot various scenes.
The streaming service has acquired millions of subscribers as the pandemic has kept people in their homes and in front of the TV.