Harrison Ford chatted with GQ magazine about his upcoming film "Blade Runner 2049" and his recent aviation issues, admitting responsibility for the latest one.
A young fan won the Internet this weekend by singing an amazing version "Let It Go" with Idina Menzel at her concert in Grand Prairie, Texas.
Turns out Arnold and director-writer James Cameron had it out on the “Terminator” set over three words that became one of Hollywood’s most memorable lines.
When Ryan Reynolds heard a 5-year-old fan was terminally ill, he fulfilled the young fan's wish by calling him via FaceTime.
As a kid, Haley Joel Osment had his picture taken while at an Ikea. The rest is history.
After Scarlett Johansson discovered someone who used to look just like her, she invited her double to a premiere and followed through on Monday night.
During an interview with the blog Inverse, Milla Jovovich admits that she almost quit the first "Resident Evil" film when she found out Michelle Rodriguez was cast.
Robert Pattinson told the New York Times that his rebellious behavior almost cost him the role of Edward and that his agents had to fly in to straighten him out.
Johnny Depp, Laura Dern, J.K. Simmons, Richard Chamberlain, David Lynch, and Penelope Ann Miller helped make one seriously ill film fan’s dream come true. Anthony Conti is a 16-year-old boy who suffers from Stage 4 adrenal cortical cancer who dreamed of making a Hollywood film. The actors, working with directors Sam Raimi (Spider-Man), Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight), and Ted Melfi (Hidden Figures), created the short film The Black Ghiandola, which Conti co-wrote with Scott Kosar (Texas Chainsaw Massacre) and additional writing by Wash Westmoreland (Still Alice).
Actor Joseph Fiennes recently opened up to Vulture about playing Michael Jackson in an unaired episode of Sky TV’s Urban Myths series. Fiennes portrayed Michael Jackson in the British TV production, and in the episode, his character embarks on a cross-country road trip with Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando following the events of 9/11. The whole thing was based on an urban legend.
In a recently resurfaced 2009 Howard Stern interview, Hugh Jackman got to talking about filming X-Men Origins: Wolverine. The actor admitted to going nude on set for the scene where Wolverine escapes the Weapon X facility after the adamantium bonding process. He was completely comfortable going au naturel and said, “The only problem is the PG-13 rating.”
The first thing you’ll probably notice when visiting Val Kilmer’s Twitter account is one of the actor’s colorful abstract paintings. The nostalgic anecdotes (most begin with the word “Once”) are kept brief, due to Twitter’s 140-character limit, and are written not unlike poems (unsurprisingly, Kilmer is also a poet).