Denzel Washington has a pretty simple explanation for why Robert McCall is the first film character he's played twice: "They wrote a script and I read it and I liked it."
One of the major questions heading into "Ant-Man and the Wasp" was how director Peyton Reed and company would handle the standalone film’s events in relation to the seismic events of Marvel's last blockbuster, "Avengers: Infinity War."
Thirty years later, David Moscow says he can see mannerisms Tom Hanks took from him for his Oscar-nominated "Big" role.
Paul Rudd has heard about the internet's opinions that he hasn't aged in 20 years, and disagrees.
"Ant-Man and the Wasp" director Peyton Reed embraces the descriptions of Marvel's latest as "one if its lightest."
Evangeline Lilly says her "Ant-Man and the Wasp" costar Michelle Pfeiffer's "powerful," "fiercely sexy" and "fully feminine" Catwoman influenced her own superhero.
The Puerto Rico-born actor and star of the new "Sicario" sequel says he knows law-abiding citizens who've been arrested in the U.S. on immigration charges.
A professional talent scout gushed over Evangeline Lilly recently, telling her that she looked like Julia Roberts and that she "could have a career" in the entertainment industry.
Ralph Macchio says that with "Karate Kid," Pat Morita was first Japanese-American to act in a mainstream film commenting on Japanese Internment camps.
"Ant-Man and the Wasp" star Evangeline Lilly talks about the challenges of living up to "comic book images of female superhero characters."
"Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" stars are really good at pronouncing "Jurassic" words.
"Incredibles 2" writer-director Brad Bird talks about the "crowded subway" of superhero movies and when exactly his animated superhero movies take place.
Director X and stars Trevor Jackson and Jason Mitchell talk about their take on "SuperFly."
No one (or nothing) has been more memed from "Jurassic Park" than Jeff Goldblum.
"Jurassic World" stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard share memories of seeing "Jurassic Park" opening weekend as the beloved film turns 25.
Sandra Bullock says there's no way she and her "Ocean's 8" castmates could have as much fun as George Clooney and pals.