Miles Teller's Hawaiian getaway isn't all Instagram-worthy cliff jumps and Taylor Swift singalong sessions. He was also reportedly punched in the face.
Shailene Woodley and Aaron Rodgers are "soul mates," according to Miles Teller's wife, Keleigh Sperry Teller.
The original speed demon, “Maverick” Mitchell, is racing back into theaters to teach a whole new generation about the need for speed.
After seeing the new AIDS documentary “5B” — which depicts the hospital wing in San Francisco that was the first to care for AIDS patients at the height of the crisis — actor Miles Teller said he was moved by the film and now hopes for better care and attention from nurses in all parts of healthcare.
Monica Barbaro is on board to join Tom Cruise and Miles Teller in Paramount-Skydance’s “Top Gun: Maverick.” Barbaro was one of several actresses that tested with Teller last week before the studio finally made the decision over the weekend. “Oblivion” helmer Joe Kosinski is directing the film, a sequel to the 1986 original “Top Gun.” […]
Val Kilmer offered some candid feedback to a superfan who posted a caricature of him Friday on Twitter.
Actor hits the true note, and so does the rest of a superb cast, in a drama of PTSD-stricken veterans that sidesteps all the coming-home clichés.
In a scene from the upcoming film “Thank You for Your Service,” two veterans (played by Miles Teller and Beulah Koale) who are haunted by their experiences in the Middle East try to obtain counseling.
Trailer debut for Granite Mountain hotshots firefighter film 'Only the Brave,' with Josh Brolin, Miles Teller; plus, a chat with director Joseph Kosinski
'Only the Brave,' directed by Joseph Kosinski, stars Josh Brolin, Miles Teller as part of the Granite Mountain Hotshots elite firefighting first responders
Miles Teller stepped out for sushi in Studio City, Calif., on Monday — one day after being arrested for public intoxication in San Diego. Some celebrities navigate fame better than others and one celeb who may be taking a wrong turn is Miles Teller. The 30-year-old actor, who generated a lot of buzz around his performance in Whiplash (and also appeared in the Divergent film series, Fantastic Four, The Spectacular Now, and Rabbit Hole), stepped out in Studio City, Calif., on Monday — one day after being arrested for public intoxication in San Diego.
The “Whiplash” star was involved in an incident in San Diego, California, early Sunday morning.
Although Oscars are usually awarded for achievements in serious drama, that doesn’t mean we all can’t have a few laughs while the little gold men are being doled out.
Miles Teller has reportedly been in a car crash — and he’s Uber upset. Teller and his longtime girlfriend Keleigh Sperry — who was in the passenger’s seat — both escaped the accident uninjured, reports TMZ. Two passengers in the Uber vehicle were taken to the hospital, complaining of minor injuries. According to TMZ, police say drugs or alcohol did not play a factor in the crash, and that the accident was not Teller’s fault.
The first four minutes of Bleed for This, which you can watch exclusively above, perfectly sets the tone — and the timing — for the gritty and stylish new boxing drama based on the real exploits of Vinny Pazienza.
Two stars were initially attached to Damien Chazelle film now considered by many to be the awards season front-runner
Jonah Hill, along with his War Dogs co-star Miles Teller, was a guest on the French television show Le Grand Journal, and let’s just say that it didn’t go too well.
Miles Teller has righted a major wrong in this world — by returning his blond locks back to their natural hue: "Dear Internet, I'm sorry I dyed my hair blonde."