The 'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again' actress finds his jealousy find though, adding, 'I'd rather he be jealous than completely fine with it.'
The Ethan Hunt depicter says 'it wasn't scary' to be back filming action scenes for the movie after he injured his ankle while jumping into a building for a scene of the movie.
The 'Call Me by Your Name' star is reportedly tapped to play young nobleman Paul Atreides.
'We've been trying for a long time to get that film made, and it still has its challenges,' the actor says in a new interview.
'It was sort of like trying to move through mud up to your neck,' the Porpentina Goldstein shares her opinion on her character's navy blue leather trench.
Dorothy Gale's faithful dog will narrate the classic story throughout the film as the primary character.
Calling her decision 'brave and important,' Annie Wallace writes on Twitter, 'I absolutely applaud Scarlett Johansson's statement.'
Zendaya Coleman and Jacob Batalon are set to reunite in the upcoming superhero film sequel as Peter Parker's classmates.
Styler and executives at Maven Pictures have optioned the rights to the biography of Winston Churchill's wife, written by the couple's youngest child.
Earning $44 million in its opening weekend, the Selena Gomez-starring movie beats its 2012 predecessor 'Hotel Transylvania', which garnered $42 million.
The sequel will not only return with its original cast, but also bring back director Ruben Fleischer to helm the post-apocalyptic horror comedy
The upcoming superhero movie releases two brand new photos revealing a close-up look of the symbiote and Dr. Carlton Drake.
Star Katherine Waterston reveals that there's a PA who has the magical ability to keep the cast awake.
Should they sign the deal, they will join returning cast members including Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell and Josh Gad.
The trailer reveals that Lively's character doesn't want to be photographed and detaches herself from her best friend.
The film is based on the 1925 serum run to Nome, Alaska, also known as the 'Great Race of Mercy'.
Details about the film's plot have yet to be released, but all the show's main cast members will return for the movie.
The 'Avengers' star was previously signed on to portray real-life Pennsylvania crime boss Dante Gill a.k.a. Lois Jean Gill.
The project has been in the works for months and will be devoloped under his SpringHill Entertainment.
Ivo van Hove will direct the production, which will feature new choreography by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker.