Sir Kenneth Branagh has revealed how lockdown gave him a new perspective on The Troubles.
'The Godfather' filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola has insisted he "should be considered just a second-rate director".
Zach Galifianakis has lavished praise on Louie Anderson, describing the late actor as "caring and tender".
'The Tragedy of Macbeth' actor Denzel Washington admits he "stole" directing tips from Joel Coen while working with him on the new movie.
'All My Children' star Melissa Leo has blasted US-made TV shows and moves for an "appalling and unhealthy" portrayal of women.
Jasmin Savoy Brown admits performing her 'Scream 5' monologue was "exiting and terrifying", and she has expressed her love for the franchise's passionate fandom.
Bradley Cooper says streaming has changed how he makes a living but he is grateful to Netflix for taking chances on movies that other companies wouldn't make.
Lupita Nyong'o says it is "too soon to tell" whether anything in the film industry has changed for women since the #MeToo movement began in 2017.
Ricky Gervais has admitted he only wants to make people laugh with his comedy and "doesn't worry" about what his audience may think of the politics of his material.
Rap star Kanye West has called for "final edit and approval" from Netflix.
There must not be a coronavirus problem in Woodsboro. When action switches to the hospital in “Scream,” no one is filling the beds, crowding the floors or even keeping the lights on.
Meat Loaf was reportedly "seriously ill" with COVID-19 before he died.
James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli has confirmed that Idris Elba is "part of the conversation" to replace Daniel Craig as 007.
Nicole Kidman's daughter loves making her own movies - but doesn't want her mom to appear in them.
Spike Lee has been chosen as the recipient of the Directors Guild of America's Lifetime Achievement Award.