The Captain America depicter reveals on 'Good Morning America' that taking the script home wasn't something that was easy to do.
The British actors, who are co-starring in the movie, were spotted filming for the thriller movie on Monday, April 23.
Sophia Lillis has been cast as the title character in Warner Bros.' upcoming movie based on Mildred Wirt Benson's novel.
The Happy Hogan depicter attends the world premiere where he reveals whether or not he appears in the highly-anticipated movie.
Currently in the middle of filming 'Captain Marvel', the 'Scott Pilgrim vs. the World' actress is eyed to play Snow White's sister, who has not appeared in big screen before.
The movie revolves around an American-born Chinese economics professor who just realizes that her boyfriend Nick comes from an incredibly wealthy family.
Among those spotted hitting the purple carpet are Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Tom Holland, Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel.
The 'Guardians of the Galaxy' actress reveals that the cast of the movie 'get to interact with each other a lot' thanks to the Iron Man depicter.
During his recent visit to 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', the actor said that he had no desire to re-watch the film for multiple reasons.
Hardy's Eddie Brock is seen in full Venom mode as he attacks a bad guy in the footage, which is screened at CinemaCon.
'If it takes us not releasing our film for a couple of years just to be rid of that toxicity, I'm fine with that,' the British actor notes.
The actor reveals that he has rented out an entire theater in Minnesota after watching Katie Kelzenberg's 'promposal.'
After appearing as an interstellar police force in 'Guardians of the Galaxy', Nova has a possibility to have its standalone movie as teased by Marvel Studio's president.
The actor reveals on 'Today' that he tried to get rid of his hungover by having 'three showers' and '17 cups of coffee' before meeting the filmmaker.
After announcing that the sequel production will start in early July, Marvel Studios president confirms that it will not be primarily set in New York like its predecessor.
Instead of making it a bigger issue, the Marvel Studios head opts to see the positive side of Cameron's comments and says, 'Uh, he loves the movies! That's awesome!'
Despite her background in musical theater, the 'Sex and the City' alum admits it's not easy to convey the emotion of the tune correctly when singing a song in her upcoming movie.
Besides dubbing the songstress a 'revelation', Cooper said during a career discussion that they made a pact at the start of filming.
The John Krasinski-directed horror movie shoves 'Rampage' from the top spot to reclaim the throne, while Amy Schumer's new comedy 'I Feel Pretty' debuts at No. 3.