Maria Bakalova has revealed that her "heart was racing like crazy" during her infamous scene with Rudy Giuliani in 'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm'.
Jodie Foster has revealed wants she's looking for in future film roles.
Seth Rogen has joined the cast of Steven Spielberg's new film, which is loosely based on the legendary director's upbringing.
More than a few TV sets were harmed during the making of “Breaking News in Yuba County.”
Sarah Silverman has apologized to Paris Hilton for joking about her DUI arrest during the 2007 MTV Movie Awards, as she says she "immediately" regretted the comments.
England is usually a punchline when it comes to food. “The Trip” argues that, while its cuisine may once have sucked, it’s now world-class. The improvised comedy features comics Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon as versions of themselves, traveling around rural England, competing to see who does a better Michael Caine impersonation and enjoying the heck out of the fare at country inns. The two enact a toxic relationship but they’ve reunited, nevertheless, for sequels in Italy, Spain and Greece.
Comedy star Kenan Thompson thinks it would be "weird" if he ever left 'Saturday Night Live'.
Karen Gillan, Pedro Pascal and Maria Bakalova are among an all-star cast for Judd Apatow's new pandemic comedy 'The Bubble'.
“Young Rock” is both a chronicle of his early years and a "love letter to professional wrestling," Johnson says.
This year's Golden Globe nominees are a mix of old and new, highlighting what we've been watching from home while in quarantine. Here's the full list.
Zach Braff has joined Gabrielle Union in the cast of the 'Cheaper by the Dozen' remake.
'The Karate Kid' and 'Adventures in Babysitting' actress Elisabeth Shue is so proud that the movies she made in the 1980s still have such huge fan bases.
The nominees for the upcoming 26th annual Critics Choice Awards TV have been announced, and Netflix is giving other streaming platforms a run …
So totally different, so off-brand, it seems like someone is punking Marvel’s universe. It's one of the best new shows in years.
Upset she hasn’t heard from her son in four days, Sedgwick's character in "Call Your Mother" decides to leave Iowa (armed with socks and toilet paper) and move to Los Angeles – for a while — to shadow her son and daughter.
When an Iowa mom doesn’t hear from her son in four days, she decides to move to California and discover why. It’s a lot to unpack ... and it could use a few more Iowa references (we’ve got plenty of them).