Dolph Lundgren shares stories from the making of "Rocky IV" as beloved boxing sequel turns 35.
Mads Mikkelsen is set to play evil wizard Gellert Grindelwald, replacing original star Johnny Depp, in “Fantastic Beasts 3,” Warner Bros. announced on Wednesday.Depp quit the franchise after being asked to resign by Warner Bros. earlier this month in the wake of his libel case in the U.K.The latest installment in the “Fantastic Beasts” series is currently in production at Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden, outside of London. No scenes will need to be reshot, despite Depp leaving the film and his role being recast, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap. The film has, however, been delayed to the summer of 2022 after most recently being scheduled for release in November 2021.Also Read: Johnny Depp Can't Appeal Libel Case Against The Sun, Judge RulesEddie Redmayne stars in the “Fantastic Beasts” franchise as wizard Newt Scamander, alongside Katherine Waterston, Dan Fogler, Jude Law and Ezra Miller. David Yates is returning to direct the third film, based on a screenplay from “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling inspired by her book “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”“Fantastic Beasts 3” will now open in theaters on July 15, 2022, one week after “Captain Marvel 2.” The most recent film in the franchise, “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald,” opened in October 2018 and made $654.8 million worldwide.Mads Mikkelsen most recently wrapped production on “Chaos Walking,” directed by Doug Liman.Mikkelsen is repped by UTA and Art Management in Denmark.Read original story Mads Mikkelsen Will Play Gellert Grindelwald in ‘Fantastic Beasts 3’ At TheWrap
"I feel if people just saw the film, they would get it. ... it doesn't have to be ‘canceled,'" says the actor/musician about his decision to take on such a daunting role.
Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis and the cast of "Happiest Season" talk acclaimed new holiday rom-com.
"The Christmas Chronicles 2" director Chris Columbus describes how much the veteran actor really, really likes playing Santa Claus.
The "Saturday Night Live" cast member will portray George Bailey in a fundraiser.
Director Tristram Shapeero has come forward to say he’s the one who made the “unacceptable and insensitive remarks” in the video Lukas Gage posted of his acting audition gone wrong — and he’s sorry.
Glenn Close, Amy Adams and Ron Howard talk new Netflix drama "Hillbilly Elegy."
It’s been months since we heard about Ryan Reynolds’ time travel movie for Netflix, which we learned back in April will be about a guy who goes back in time to stop some villain, interacting with both himself as a teenager and his now-deceased father along the way, and now The Hollywood Reporter has the scoop on the rest of the film’s surprisingly famous cast. For starters, Mark Ruffalo will be playing Reynolds’ father, a “brilliant physicist” of some kind, with a kid named Walker Scobell playing young Reynolds in what is apparently his “first professional gig.”
Another media outlet is getting ready to vie for fans of sentimental stories in the industry's massive holiday-programming wars. Fox Nation, the streaming-video hub that is part of Fox News Media, will launch its first holiday movie, "Christmas in the Rockies," later this week, part of a new holiday salvo that is expected to include […]
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"You just go for something different," Jennifer Grey tells PEOPLE of how she's approaching Dirty Dancing 2
All proceeds from the reading of the Coen Brothers classic, taking place Wednesday, November 25, will benefit Covenant House.
After a public outcry last year when it pulled an ad featuring a same-sex wedding, Hallmark Channel is back with its first holiday movie featuring a gay couple.
Body-swap horror comedy "Freaky" repeated as the winner of a seriously subdued U.S. box office with $1.2 million at 2,057 locations in North America during the Friday-Sunday weekend. The Universal and Blumhouse Productions’ movie stars Vince Vaughn as a serial killer and Kathryn Newton as a low-profile high schooler who inadvertently switch bodies on Friday […]
John Ratzenberger's incredible run with Pixar started 25 years ago with the studio's first feature "Toy Story."
It’s been called one of the worst films of the '80s, or even all time, but the sci-fi rock opera just might have predicted the advent of 'American Idol.'
Dylan says that he hopes that "Soros" offers at least some corrective to the caricatures of George Soros that exist, as well as a common purpose for viewers of all political persuasions to rally around.
"Rounders" star Edward Norton leaned on poker analogies in slammed Donald Trump's efforts to reverse the results of the presidential election.
Emmy-winning writers Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin and Wendy Molyneux have been tapped to write "Deadpool 3," with Ryan Reynolds set to return as the foul-mouthed mercenary. The Molyneux sisters are longtime writing partners, known for their Emmy Award-winning work on Fox's "Bob's Burgers." The pair have also been nominated for three WGA Awards and won an Annie […]
The Jersey City-born heroine isn’t just an important fixture in the MCU of tomorrow: She’s front and center across all of Marvel’s various platforms, including comic books, animated series and video games.
The "Last of the Mohicans" star hopes to see more representation for Native Americans on film and television. “We’re getting to see Natives in contemporary situations and still bringing it as skins — as Indians. It’s never enough, and never soon enough, but we’ve got to live with the world we have.”