The actor said he feels 'overwhelming gratitude for the incredible people who have supported me along this journey'.
One of British Columbia's most famous sons, a petition has been launched to have the 44-year-old Deadpool star's name forever daubed on a street sign.
Actress Betty Bobbitt, who starred in the Crocodile Dundee movies opposite Paul Hogan and in Prisoner: Cell Block H, has died at 81.
As we saw last week, Chris Hemsworth is already limbering up for Thor: Love and Thunder, which is set to roll cameras after Christmas.
New Mandalorian cast-member Rosario Dawson has said that her 'record is clear' in support of the LGBTQ community, after fans of the series showed concern over her casting.
Felicity Huffman and "The Peanut Butter Falcon" star Zack Gottsagen are attached to lead a comedy at ABC that has landed a pilot production commitment. The untitled single-camera comedy stars Huffman as the unlikely owner of a minor league baseball team. After suddenly losing her husband and inheriting his beloved team, she is forced to […]
Tom Cruise is back behind the wheel, and back behind the mask, in new shots from the Mission: Impossible 7 set in Rome.
George Clooney has said that starring as Batman in Joel Schumacher's Batman & Robin taught him to prioritise scripts over parts.
Ownership of Daredevil has now returned to Marvel Studios, and fans of the axed Netflix series are now starting to mobilise.
On the occasion of what would have been Chadwick Boseman's 44th birthday, Disney has debuted brand new opening titles for Black Panther as a tribute to the late actor.
And the Oscar goes to ... a movie by a streaming platform?. With online releases eligible in this Covid-affected year, this might finally be the moment for Netflix or Amazon to win best picture
When devising material for comedy classic Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the six members of the Python troupe likely assumed that their ‘Black Knight’ sketch was something completely different. But a new manuscript reveals the surrealist troupe’s routine - which features John Cleese’s defiant character describing the removal of his limbs by King Arthur as “but a scratch” - was predated by 15th Century jesters. British Library curators have unearthed a 600-year-old version of the same punchline in the margins of a newly digitised manuscript in what they have described as a “wonderful instance of medieval cartoon violence”. The illustrated Sherborne Missal, thought to have been created at the start of the 1400s in Dorset, featured a battle that unfolded in its margins as well as the texts for the Easter Sunday Mass. The conflict took place between two ‘wodewoses’, mythical wildmen who represented the savage side of humanity, and had the same ending as the 1975 Python sketch.
Game Of Thrones director Jeremy Podeswa has revealed that Clarke improvised an entire speech in Valyrian on the spot.
James Earl Jones voiced the famous villain, who was played by Prowse in the original trilogy.