Luke Evans reprised his 'Beauty and the Beast' role for the Disney+ prequel series as he wanted to work with Josh Gad again.
'Detective Pikachu' director Rob Letterman is to helm a movie adaptation of the Ubisoft video game 'Beyond Good & Evil'.
Actor-turned-director Jason Bateman is reportedly in talks to helm 'Here Comes the Flood' for Netflix.
Film star Catherine Zeta-Jones has revealed she hopes to make a movie with her husband, Michael Douglas.
According to Ron Perlman, he turned into a "flailing ball of inarticulate pus" around Marlon Brando and Sir Sean Connery.
Josh Hartnett relished the opportunity to work with 'Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels' filmmaker Guy Ritchie on 'Cash Truck' as he is a huge fan of his work.
Ariel Winter has joined the cast of comedy-thriller 'Don't Log Off', a movie set in the early days of the coronavirus quarantine.
Kate Winslet and Mackenzie Foy's 'Black Beauty' movie adaptation will be released on Disney+.
Francis Lawrence has revealed he is "really excited" about returning to 'The Hunger Games' franchise to direct the prequel 'The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes'.
Natalie Portman has revealed the cast of 'Thor: Love and Thunder' are planning on shooting the film in Australia from early 2021.
According to Keanu Reeves, he relished the experience of making a new 'Bill & Ted' movie.
Charlize Theron overcame her fear of horses while shooting 'The Old Guard', and says she found the film "therapeutic".
Dave Franco and Alison Brie have written an "elevated and tasteful" romantic comedy as they don't think recent works in the genre can compare to the classics.
Sharon Stone's first topless scene was a "nightmare" because one of her co-stars was trying to ogle her breasts from the sidelines.
Taika Waititi has suggested that 'Thor: Love and Thunder' is a "very romantic" film.
'Avatar 2' and 'Top Gun: Maverick' are among the movies that have suffered fresh delays due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It wouldn't have been much of a stretch if Dave Franco was among the four actors starring in "The Rental," which initially appears to be one of those oh-so-common horror films about people looking for a relaxing getaway in some isolated setting, but end up being hunted down by a psycho killer.