"Aquaman" isn't ignoring Arthur Curry's Polynesian heritage.
Nic Sheff nearly succumbed to meth addiction. He's now being played by Timothée Chalamet, the Oscar-nominated star of "Call Me by Your Name."
The game is allegedly set in a 19th century Hogwarts.
"This [movie is] all about self-love and self-acceptance, and getting to how we perceive and accept ourselves and less about trying to answer to the image we think people want to see."
"You can't play a character like Violet and not start to question the box that you put yourself in, or society puts you in or your parents put you in."
Moore claimed Trump only wanted to run for president after learning Stefani's salary for "The Voice" was larger than what he made for "The Apprentice."
Ryan Gosling, who plays Armstrong in the film, argued the astronaut's mission to the moon was a "human achievement."
"#CrazyRichAsians is the number 1 movie in America. Yes we are. Read that again," Jon M. Chu, the film's director, tweeted.
One of them is a very different ending.
Franklin played Matt "Guitar" Murphy's wife in the film.
Just go ahead and follow "Skate Kitchen" on Insta already.
Cohen posed as a wounded veteran and tricked Palin into an interview for his upcoming project.
The film is said to have a pro-life slant.
"She is just trying to figure out the intersection of the art that she makes and activism and that's something that really resonates with me."