In the process of creating his version of “The Godfather,” director Ridley Scott uncovers something completely different from “House of Gucci”: The Lady Gaga Brand.
Tom Hanks’ best acting partner may be an inanimate object.
The Real Housewives of Haddonfield are more than up to tipping a table or two if it means ridding the town of Michael Myers.
In five films, Daniel Craig brought class to James Bond.
There’s a great musical – maybe an opera – lurking in the story of evangelists Tammy Faye and Jim Bakker.
It’s a British kind of thing.
We’re getting a good picture of the next-gen Avengers, thanks to “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” and, earlier this year, “Black Widow.”
There are so many limited series on television, it’s like the Wild West, says Jeff Daniels.
While all the world’s attention was focused on New York City two decades ago, another story was unfolding in Gander, Newfoundland.
To play a 16-year-old surfer/doctor living in Hawaii, Peyton Elizabeth Lee pored over Google, YouTube and WebMD. When in doubt, she drilled an onset physician and practiced her terminology.
“Impeachment: American Crime Story” may be crafted to look like it’s the Monica Lewinsky story but it’s really a better peek at Linda Tripp, the woman who befriended and, ultimately, betrayed her.
Once she dug into the books, news articles and transcripts about Monica Lewinsky, actress Beanie Feldstein realized she had more to do than just play the former White House intern on screen.
When last we saw the folks from “What We Do in the Shadows,” they were in a heap of trouble.
Selena Gomez had no idea what Steve Martin and Martin Short would be like as series co-stars.
Nick Gorki says it’s probably to be expected that he would be the only male cheerleader in his high school.
Put Adrien Brody on the list of actors who like doing period pieces.
Most of the actors in “Nine Perfect Strangers” didn’t talk to star Nicole Kidman until they started filming their first encounter.
Before signing on as a host of “Disney’s Magic Bake-Off,” Issac Ryan Brown had one question: “Do we get to get to eat the cake?”
Even though they’re not from the same tribes, the Indigenous actors in “Reservation Dogs” say there’s a familiarity they could all relate to.
Cheyenne Jackson and Booboo Stewart had no idea there would be one more “Descendants” film. But producers wanted to wrap up the series with a royal wedding and both thought it was a great idea.
Don’t confuse “Reservation Dogs” with “Reservoir Dogs.”
The difference between “American Horror Story” and “American Horror Stories” is slight.
Some of Walt Disney’s greatest hits were just an idea away from disaster.
Attractions at Walt Disney World and Disneyland are like icebergs. “You’re only seeing maybe two percent of the attraction,” says Brian Volk-Weiss, a Disney producer.