It's been 10 years since Breaking Bad first aired, and its star Bryan Cranston admits he still finds the experience "overwhelming".
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Winchester star Helen Mirren says agents should have worked harder to get equal pay for their female stars.
Sam Rockwell gives an update on 'Backseat', the Dick Cheney movie from Adam McKay in which he plays former US President George W. Bush.
'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' is gloriously in-line with Martin McDonagh's distinct sensibilities – and he has no plans to change either.
Critically, Detroit was a triumph. Most people who saw Kathryn Bigelow’s profound and pertinent drama were left enlightened and moved by what they had seen, yet the box office figures were a little disappointing. Will Poulter – who plays the violently racist cop Philip Krauss in Detroit – spoke exclusively
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The director of 'Paddington 2' thinks we could all benefit from being a bit more like Paddington Bear.
Colin Farrell admits his dark new movie 'The Killing of a Sacred Deer' left him in a very gloomy headspace.