Ever since the “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” trailer went live on Friday (November 28) there has been rampant speculation that Andy Serkis narrates the clip.
And on “Good Morning America” today (December 1) it was confirmed that Mr. Serkis is indeed the voice heard throughout the teaser.
Looking to capitalize on the massive success of “Frozen,” Disney is said to be hard at work on a forthcoming sequel.
And now Idina Menzel, who voices the Snow Queen Elsa, has confirmed that rumors of a film are definitely well-founded.
He played the Caped Crusader in Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight” trilogy and Christian Bale grew to love his gig as Batman/Bruce Wayne.
The “American Psycho” star told Empire magazine that when he heard that Ben Affleck had been cast in the role for “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” he felt a hint of envy.
It’s been a whirlwind of changes for the past year and finally the forthcoming Steve Jobs movie is on the right track.
This week, Natalie Portman signed on as a supporting role in the Danny Boyle flick, based on Walter Isaacson’s biography “Steve Jobs.”
She’s the voice of a generation and Taylor Swift was looking forward to playing Joni Mitchell in an upcoming biopic based on the book “Girls Like Us.”
Having begun talks back in 2012, it seems the “Shake It Off” songstress won’t get a chance to take on the folk singer role after all, as Joni herself has put an end to the production.
She’s well-known for her impressive acting range and Amy Adams just signed on to star as Janis Joplin in a forthcoming biopic.
According to multiple reports, the “American Hustle” star will begin filming in 2015 and the project will cover the “Piece of My Heart” singer’s rise to fame and untimely death.
She’s played all kinds of different roles throughout her career and Rooney Mara is getting in touch with her youthful side in the upcoming flick “Pan.”
The “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” babe is cute and colorful as Tiger Lily, and she joins Garrett Hedlund (Hook) and Hugh Jackman (Blackbeard) in the sure-to-be amazing story.
Presenting plenty of laughs, Columbia Pictures released a new trailer for “The Interview” earlier this afternoon (November 25).
In the clip, we watch James Franco and Seth Rogen's characters head into North Korea with a plan to take down leader Kim Jong-un (portrayed by Randall Park).
Debuting her highly anticipated performance, Jennifer Aniston brought the trailer for “Cake” to “Good Morning America” on Tuesday (November 25).
In the film, the “Friends” beauty portrays Claire Simmons, a woman struggling with pain and the death of her fellow support group member, Nina (portrayed by Anna Kendrick).
Already building plenty of pre-release hype, the new preview for “Pan” has arrived and it’s nothing short of stunning.
The highly-anticipated movie stars Hugh Jackman, Amanda Seyfried, Rooney Mara, Cara Delevingne, Garrett Hedlund and Levi Miller and has been given a street date of July 17th, 2015.