"WandaVision" creator Jac Schaeffer and co-stars Randall Park and Kat Dennings explain the Disney+ series' midseason pivot to "the thrills and distinct Marvel style."
Hydra, S.W.O.R.D. and Agatha Harkness all have a place in the retro-sitcom surrealism of the MCU Phase 4's first TV show.
"WandaVision" stars Paul Bettany, Elizabeth OIsen and Teyonah Parris and Marvel chief Kevin Feige talk ambitious new TV series.
Johnny Depp's texts about wanting to "burn" and "drown" Amber Heard read aloud in court.
The anticipated upcoming Disney+ series promises to be a radical departure from the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany dish on the "Dick Van Dyke"-show inspired Disney+ streaming series "WandaVision."
The Vision actor explains how he shot his final scene in the blockbuster film and reveals what it has been like being part of the MCU from the outset.
Alden Ehrenreich and the cast of "Solo: A Star Wars Story" answer a series of burning questions.
According to Josh Brolin (Thanos), there were even signs posted above the studio's urinals to remind people not to talk about what they were up to: "It was scary, it was covert."
On Wednesday, Chris Pratt hung out with Jacob Monday, who is a 16-year-old from upstate New York stricken with terminal cancer, and the fellas got their makeup done.
A new EW cover story gives us some insight into what to expect from “Solo,” which, up until very recently, has been completely shrouded in mystery.
Although Paul Bettany had been in active negotiations to play Prince Philip in Season 3 of The Crown, he was ultimately unable to sign on the dotted line due to scheduling conflicts.
Paul Bettany, series co-creator/writer Andrew Sodroski, and director/showrunner Greg Yaitanes take us inside Episode 6 of 'Manhunt: Unabomber.'
Watch an exclusive clip from Episode 3 of Discovery's "Manhunt: Unabomber," and learn how Paul Bettany got into the mindset of Ted Kaczynski.
A true-crime series with the pacing of a thriller, 'Manhunt: Unabomber' is an ambitious new project for the Discovery network, starring Paul Bettany as Ted Kaczynski.
There are something like 32,000 Marvel characters in the upcoming superhero ensemble Avengers: Infinity War, so naturally when the stars hit the red carpet at this weekend’s D23 Expo, we wondered what the vibe has been like on set so far. Is it chaotic? Is it cliquey? Are they all just one big happy family?
On Wednesday’s "The Tonight Show," Jimmy Fallon played a lively game of musical beers with Jeremy Renner, Paul Bettany, Sebastian Stan, and Elizabeth Olsen.
On Wednesday’s "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the cast of "Captain America: Civil War" commiserated over their elaborate costumes. Except for Emily VanCamp, of course.
If director Joss Whedon calls and asks if you want to be a superhero in Avengers: Age of Ultron, you say, “Yes!” And that’s exactly what Paul Bettany did while sitting on the side of the road in Hollywood, moments after a tough rejection. The one thing he didn’t factor into that speedy decision however, was the intense and uncomfortable process he would soon endure to become the character of Vision. The undertaking included things like his hair being glued to his head, and wearing a prosthetic around his ears that made it impossible for him to hear direction.
Jason Statham thinks the Avengers actors can’t really fight, but that didn’t stop Paul Bettany from taking a few jabs at him. During an appearance on Conan last night, the actor — who voiced the computer Jarvis in multiple Marvel films, and made his debut as new hero Vision in The Avengers: Age of Ultron — offered a withering response to Statham’s comment that the CG-enhanced battles in superhero films aren’t “authentic,” and that he prefers “old, real stars… that can really do their thing.” Watch Bettany’s retort above. “He’s brilliant at what he does,” Bettany told host Conan O’Brien of Statham, who is known for performing his own stunts.