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Ray Winstone Recalls “Soul-Destroying” Experience While Filming for Marvel’s ‘Black Widow’

Ray Winstone is looking back at his time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and recalls a not-so-great experience during production for Black Widow. While recently speaking with Radio Times magazine, the actor, who played villain Dreykov in the Scarlett Johansson-led 2021 action-packed spy thriller, admitted that filming the Marvel movie “was fine until you have […]

Boulder Int’l. Film Fest: Tony Goldwyn Set for Career Achievement Award, Live Recording of THR’s ‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast

Tony Goldwyn, the beloved actor and filmmaker who is perhaps best known for starring in the film Ghost and the TV series Scandal, will receive the Boulder International Film Festival’s Career Achievement Award on Friday in Boulder, Col., The Hollywood Reporter can exclusively report. The entire evening — which kicks off the fest’s 20th edition — […]

Alan Ritchson Lost His Chance to Play Marvel’s Thor: “I Didn’t Take it Seriously”

The Marvel Cinematic Universe could have looked slightly different, Alan Ritchson revealed this week. The Reacher star said he came close to playing Thor, god of thunder, before Marvel eventually handed the role to Chris Hemsworth. “I didn’t take it seriously,” Ritchson said of his MCU audition in a new Men’s Health cover story. “I […]

Rebecca Ferguson Says a Co-Star Screamed at Her On Set: “I Would Cry Walking Off Set”

Rebecca Ferguson is reflecting on a time when a former co-star screamed at her. In an interview on the Reign With Josh Smith podcast, the Dune: Part Two actress recalled a co-star growing upset on set which resulted in them screaming at her. Ferguson did not name the film set this happened on nor the […]

Terry Crews Reveals He Was Paid “Nothing” For ‘Training Day’ But “Heart Is Always Full of Gratitude”

Terry Crews is careful not to correlate his personal gratitude with financial compensation. The actor and TV host revealed this week he didn’t receive payment for his role in Training Day but emphasized that the lack of a check has never affected his love for a project. “I have never ever, ever looked at whatever […]

Margaret Qualley Promoted ‘Drive-Away Dolls’ at Vibrator Museum

Margaret Qualley has been to some interesting venues to promote her new film, Drive-Away Dolls. The actress stopped by Late Night With Seth Meyers where she discussed the project from Ethan Coen and his wife, Tricia Cooke. While chatting with Meyers, Qualley explained that its press tour took her to a vibrator museum in San […]

‘Naked Gun’ Reboot With Liam Neeson Lands 2025 Release From Paramount

The Naked Gun reboot is about to make 2025 a good year. Paramount Pictures announced release dates Wednesday for a number of upcoming films. This includes director Akiva Schaffer’s new untitled installment in the Naked Gun comedy franchise hitting theaters July 28, 2025. The movie, first announced back in 2022, stars Liam Neeson and includes […]

‘I Saw the TV Glow’ Trailer: Justice Smith and Brigette Lundy-Paine’s Reality Blurs in Enthralling Preview

After stellar reviews following its Sundance premiere, A24 has released the trailer for Jane Schoenbrun’s new horror film, I Saw the TV Glow. Justice Smith stars as Owen, who strikes up a friendship with older classmate Maddy (Brigette Lundy-Paine). Maddy gets him hooked on a TV show called The Pink Opaque, which, according to Owen’s […]

Amy Poehler Set for CinemaCon Vanguard Award

Amy Poehler is heading to Las Vegas. The multi-hyphenate has been selected to receive CinemaCon’s Vanguard Award during the convention’s closing night Big Screen Achievement Awards at Caesars Palace on April 11. Poehler joins a roster of honorees that includes Lupita Nyong’o (Star of the Year) and Shawn Levy (Director of the Year). For Poehler, […]

Oscars: Billie Eilish, Ryan Gosling and Jon Batiste to Perform Nominated Original Songs

Jon Batiste, Becky G, Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell, Scott George and the Osage Singers, and Ryan Gosling and Mark Ronson will perform this year’s nominated songs on the 96th Academy Awards, executive producer and showrunner Raj Kapoor and executive producers Molly McNearney and Katy Mullan announced today. This will be Eilish and O’Connell’s second […]

Behind Sony’s Four-Movie Beatles Bet

Days after Paramount’s Bob Marley: One Love overperformed in its opening weekend at the box office, Sony Pictures chief Tom Rothman stole a bit of the spotlight Feb. 20 in unveiling not one but four intersecting feature films from Sam Mendes about The Beatles, each focusing on one member of the Fab Four: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, […]

Kassandra Lee Diaz Stars in ‘Swoon’ Thriller

Kassandra Lee Diaz has nabbed the lead role in Byron Manuel’s thriller and feature directorial debut Swoon. Diaz plays a woman tied to a bed while her captor manipulates her into believing they are engaged. The mysterious men in her life are played by Rich Morrow and DeRon Cash, while Efrangeliz Medina, Dean Wil, Herbert Morales […]

German Politicians Call for “Consequences” Amid Debate Over “Antisemitic” Berlinale Awards Show

The heated debate over the awards ceremony of this year’s Berlin Film Festival shows no signs of cooling down. On Tuesday, German Justice Minister Marco Buschmann called out the Berlinale for allowing what he called “antisemitic” statements to go unchallenged at the awards gala in Berlin Saturday night. Speaking to newspapers of Germany’s Funke media […]

Buddy Duress, Robert Pattinson’s ‘Good Time’ Co-Star, Dies at 38

Buddy Duress, known for his role alongside Robert Pattinson in the Safdie Brothers’ Good Time, has died. He was 38. Duress, born Michael C. Stathis, died of “a cardiac arrest from a drug cocktail” in November, his brother Christopher Stathis confirmed to People on Tuesday. Duress was also known for his performance as Mike, a […]

Brutally Honest Oscar Ballot No. 1: ‘Zone of Interest’ Is Best Picture, but Nolan Is Best Director

This “Brutally Honest Oscar Ballot,” which is the first in a series that THR will run ahead of Oscar night, reflects the votes — and candid rationales for them — of a male member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 867-person short films and feature animation branch, as communicated to THR in […]

Michael Jackson Biopic Casts Its Jackson 5

Lionsgate’s Michael Jackson biopic has found the rest of its Jackson 5. The company announced eight new castmembers on Tuesday who are joining the biographical film Michael to fill out both the younger and older versions of Jackson’s four brothers — Jermaine, Marlon, Tito and Jackie Jackson — comprising the family band that rose to […]