The man who would be third in line to take over the US presidency is a comic book nut who has been in five Batman movies.
The Lamb & Flag, the famous Oxford pub frequented by J.R.R. Tolkien, CS Lewis and Thomas Hardy, will close its doors after 450 years.
UPDATED: A “Harry Potter” series is in very early development at HBO Max, Variety has learned from sources. Rumors that a show set within the wizarding world have persisted for some time. Now it seems those plans are moving ahead. Though no writers or talent are currently attached to the project, sources say conversations have […]
Kingsman franchise movie The King's Man and Netflix sci-fi thriller sequel A Quiet Place Part II are the latest movies to be shoved back in the schedules.
Star Wars has denounced 'bullying and racism' after the host of a new web companion show to the forthcoming Star Wars: The High Republic series was subject to vile abuse online.
Sales of the 'Bridgerton' novels, by American writer Julia Quinn, have exploded in the wake of the hit Netflix series.
The actress and mom of two also opened up about dealing with the pandemic: "I screamed into a pillow a lot."
Asia Argento is making fresh accusations of sexual abuse against “The Fast and the Furious” director Rob Cohen. The Italian actor and director — who has been one of the most outspoken voices against sexual harassment in the entertainment industry and is an early accuser of disgraced mogul Harvey Weinstein — on Sunday confirmed to […]
Jurassic World: Dominion’s co-writer and director Colin Trevorrow says that the upcoming blockbuster is a “celebration of the whole franchise.”
Alan Tudyk opens up about filming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, admitting that it was a challenge to make the blockbuster because the script repeatedly changed.
Kenneth Branagh will play U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson in a new Sky TV series detailing Britain’s muddled response to the COVID-19 crisis. The five-part drama will be directed and written by “The Trip” helmer Michael Winterbottom. Entitled “This Sceptred Isle,” the show will be produced by Fremantle, Richard Brown’s Passenger and Winterbottom’s Revolution Films. […]
Christopher Nolan is reportedly still so incensed with Warner Bros that he might not ever work with the studio again.