'The Affair' actor Claes Bang felt like a child again as he was putting on costumes during filming for the period drama.
Miley Cyrus went through an “identity crisis” following her success as her alter-ego Hannah Montana, because she began to think people wouldn't care about her without her second life as Hannah.
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal has always enjoyed "the thrill and intensity" of performing on stage.
Elsa Pataky and Luke Bracey have joined the cast of the Netflix action movie 'Interceptor'.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Cynthia Erivo have been cast in Robert Zemeckis' live-action adaptation of 'Pinocchio'.
Anthony Mackie has admitted he had "trepidation from the beginning" about making 'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier' because he wasn't sure how they could make a Marvel Cinematic Universe series work on the small screen.
Charlie Day and Jenny Slate are to lead the cast of the romantic comedy 'I Want You Back'.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge is poised to star in the 'Mr. and Mrs. Smith' series for Amazon Studios.
Eliza Dushku "hadn't known" about Charisma Carpenter's experiences on 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' but has sent support to her friend and co-star.
J.K. Simmons and Nina Arianda are set to join Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem in 'Being the Ricardos', the Amazon movie about 1950s sitcom 'I Love Lucy'.
Worst: Mila Kunis, husband Ashton Kutcher and apparent house guest Shaggy star in a domestic drama over the question of who keeps taking Kutcher’s bags of Cheetos Crunch Pop Mix. He wants to blame his wife, who is guilty, but Shaggy tells her to employ his hit song and say, “It Wasn’t Me.” Warning: Kutcher sings some of the lyrics, while Shaggy takes an extended solo that steals time from setting up the supposed comedy of a cute couple’s minor squabbling. Meh. I’m going back instead to watch last year’s winning look at the perils of powdery Cheetos fingers.
Jesse Plemons is "amazed"his fiancee, Kirsten Dunst, grew up unaffected by her childhood fame.
The Weeknd has promised to deliver a "PG" performance during his headline slot at the Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show.
Gillian Anderson was “really f****** nervous” about playing Margaret Thatcher in ‘The Crown’, even though the role earned her a nomination at both the SAG Awards and the Golden Globes.