Recalling filming the scene in an interview, the actor notes, 'It wasn't strange to me at all.'
'This Fitbit thing is a very real thing that's happening,' the actor explains, adding that audience members who watch the movie have their heart rates over 100.
Because MMA fighting style is 'distinctly masculine,' the actress decided to ditch her training in order to move 'as a more graceful, feminine woman.'
One of the post-credits scenes reveals why Paul Rudd's Scott Lang a.k.a. Ant-Man is unable to help the other Avengers fight Thanos in 'Infinity War'.
The actress says that working as a writer is 'going to be the next thing that I really dedicate a lot of time to.'
Legendary Entertainment announces plan to make a feature film based on the popular Japanese anime at the 2018 Anime Expo.
The 'Transparent' star reveals on Twitter that she has been receiving death threats after speaking up her mind about Johansson's role in 'Rub and Tug'.
The set of the upcoming movie is full of baby talk as both Dwayne and Neve are about to become parents again.
Welcoming the 'Avengers: Infinity War' actor with 'tattooed and open arms,' the wrestler-turned-actor tweets, 'Every hero is only as good as their villain.'
The 'Avengers: Infinity War' actor will star opposite Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham in the film, which is being directed by David Leitch.
Evans joins Woody Harrelson, who will portray Admiral Chester Nimitz, and Mandy Moore.
The Alfama Films Production executive previously sued Gilliam for breach of contract, claiming he owns the rights to the movie.
'Lucky' will be released in cinemas in the U.K. and Ireland in September to mark his passing.
'Mary Jones, her assistant, told me that she thought there might have been someone else in the room when Whitney died,' Kevin Macdonald claims
The 37-year-old actor attempts to make the Avengers' leader feel younger despite the fact that he is a 100-year-old man now.
'Roe v. Wade', starring Jon Voight, Robert Davi, and Stacey Dash, will reportedly center on the 1973 court case.
The actress will play an MI-5 agent, who just happens to be the sister of Deckard Shaw.
The reboot project is reportedly put on the fast track at MGM with 'Polaroid' helmer Lars Klevberg set to direct, and David Katzenberg and Seth Grahame-Smith producing.
The feature-film prequel to HBO's crime drama series finds its director and taps David Chase to write the script.
Peyton Reed had always imagined Pfeiffer in the role of Janet Van Dyne, using a double that looked like the actress in the first movie.