Beating the likes of Samuel L. Jackson and Joe Pesci, it's emerged that Jonah Hill is the sweariest actor in all of Hollywood.
Laurence Fishburne almost starred alongside Bruce Willis, then ended up in the midst of a $2m lawsuit with the 'Die Hard' producer.
There was almost another major casualty among Marvel's A-list roster of heroes during the final 'Avengers: Endgame' battle.
The cast and crew of new movie The Banker have signed a letter defending accusations that the movie is inaccurate.
Apple abruptly cancelled the premiere of new movie The Banker following claims of sexual assault by the son of one of the biopic's subjects, according to reports.
Samuel L. Jackson has clapped back at Martin Scorsese, after he denounced the Marvel movies as 'not cinema'.
Like the Marvel Comics, the movies have a penchant for pop culture references which is causing quite the paradoxes to form.
You have to feel a little bit of sympathy for whoever designed the recent Spider-Man: Far From Home poster, because this has just gone right to the top.
Liam Neeson, Samuel Jackson and other 'Star Wars' stars examine the misguided backlash two decades later.
Director John Singleton's daughter Justice - and former president Barack Obama – have paid tribute to her 'hero' father.
Spike Lee has lead a flood of tributes from Hollywood stars to the late John Singleton, who had died at the age of just 51.
Samuel L. Jackson may have just accidentally let slip how Captain Marvel will foil finger-clicking mass murderer Thanos in Avengers: Endgame.
No sooner has Brie Larson's Carol Danvers got her super-suit in the new Captain Marvel trailer, she's beating up pensioners on the subway.
Samuel L Jackson just dropped a huge clue that suggests Nick Fury will appear in Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Samuel L. Jackson tweeted an image earlier last week which many felt was homophobic. On Sunday, the unfiltered and outspoken actor responded on Instagram.
The Oscar-nominated actor reflects on the events of 50 years ago that led him to become a social justice warrior as a young man.
With diversity in the movies still its hottest topic, Tim Burton has been grilled on why his latest movie, ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’, features almost entirely white actors. Aside from the inclusion of Samuel L. Jackson as the villain character Barron, the casting is notable for its lack of diversity. Asked about the move, Burton told Bustle: “Nowadays, people are talking about it more.