The star tells Newsweek that limited time and money gave the project its soul, saying some streamers' "budgets are so bloated it doesn't always help the movie."
Vince Gilligan, the creator of 'Breaking Bad' and its sequel, is said to have lined up his next project, and it's something completely different.
Keke Palmer is currently starring in Jordan Peele's 'Nope' and hosting 'Password' on NBC - here's what you need to know about the multi-hyphenate star.
Crunchyroll Expo returned with a three-day event from August 5-7, bringing anime fans all the latest news and updates on their favorite shows.
"Bullet Train" follows Brad Pitt's assassin Ladybug as he has to fight for his life after encountering other killers on the train journey from Tokyo to Kyoto.
"How come non Latino actors get to play Latino roles and Latino actors can ONLY PLAY Latinos?!" actor Kirk Acevedo tweeted.
Hulu's new movie "Prey" may feel like a very new take on the "Predator" franchise, but it was set up as far back as "Predator 2."
Director John Logan and star Theo Germaine spoke to Newsweek about their "empowering" LGBTQ+ horror movie and working with Kevin Bacon.
Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell and Joel Edgerton spoke about their experience making "Thirteen Lives," which charts the real-life Tham Luang cave rescue in 2018.
"Bullet Train" sees Brad Pitt play an assassin stuck on a Shinkansen with other killers, and he is joined by several A-List stars in memorable cameos.
Jake Gyllenhaal will star in the reboot of the 1989 classic movie on Amazon's Prime Video.
'Bullet Train' boasts a star-studded cast and has a rapidly approaching release date. Here's what you need to know about the Brad Pitt film.
"DC League of Super-Pets" is a new animated film that is sure to be fun for the whole family, either at the cinema or from the comfort of home.
Creator and Director Quinn Shephard told Newsweek about the "surreal" backdrop behind her dark-comedy movie on Hulu, "Not Okay".
"DC League of Super-Pets" follows Superman's dog Krypto as he tries to save his master from certain doom with a group of superpowered animal friends.
Famed television and film producer Norman Lear has celebrated his 100th birthday. Despite his milestone celebration, the star shows no signs of slowing down.
"We Met in Virtual Reality" director Joe Hunting spoke to Newsweek about his film and the benefits of VR technology in bringing communities and people together.
"The mom is in a public setting, it's her responsibility to watch her child," said one commenter, backing the man's actions.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige announced the films and TV shows to be featured in Phase 5 and 6 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe at San Diego Comic-Con.
Director Ryan Coogler and the cast of "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" attended San Diego Comic-Con 2022, where they paid tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman.
Zoey Deutch stars in the upcoming dark comedy "Not Okay," exclusively available on Hulu and Disney+.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige will step out on stage in Hall H to provide news on the future of the MCU that fans will not want to miss.
The romantic drama now back on Netflix for Season 4 is set in Northern California, but is it shot there?
Starring Lili Reinhart, the film tells the story of Natalie, who finds herself living two parallel lives following the night of her college graduation.
An exciting line-up of guests is expected to attend San Diego Comic-Con, which is making a comeback after being canceled two years in a row.
"Where the Crawdads Sing" director Olivia Newman told Newsweek she hoped the huge twist at the end of the movie will "inspire a lot of conversations."
"Persuasion" director Carrie Cracknell spoke to Newsweek about Henry Golding's role in the film and why it was perfect casting.
Netflix has adapted Jane Austen's classic novel "Persuasion" for the modern era, with a cast of A-list stars including "50 Shades of Grey" actor Dakota Johnson.
"Ms Marvel" came to a conclusion on Wednesday, July 13 but not before one post-credit scene sets up Kamala Khan's future with Brie Larson's Carol Danvers.
"The Bob's Burgers Movie" follows the Belcher family as they put into action a last-ditch effort to save their restaurant from bankruptcy.