The actors will take on the roles that were played by Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin in Tim Burton's 1988 movie.
Garner fortunately stuck with her career and even won acclaim for her role in the movie.
The 'La La Land' moviemaker was struggling with a high fever at the awards show and admits the whole night was a bit of a blur.
The veteran actor will star as the disgraced TV mogul in a new movie about his sexual harassment scandal.
The upcoming military drama uses the USS Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier as one of its filming locations.
The 'Greatest Showman' actress is reportedly offered the lead role in the upcoming movie which will reimagine Disney's animated film.
The 'Girls' alum joins the star-studded cast of the movie, which already has Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie on board.
The 45-year-old 'Thor' actor has been at the centre of feverish speculation over his chances of becoming 007.
The specific role the actor will play has yet to be confirmed, but he has already been seen on Marvel's series 'Luke Cage'.
Warner Bros. is developing a sequel to an adaptation of Kevin Kwan's novel that has become talk of the town.
Earning $239 million over the last twelve months, the 'Ocean's Eleven' star beats out the likes of Dwayne Johnson and Robert Downey Jr
The 'Chicago Justice' actress will play a pilot who is romantically involved with the son of Nick 'Goose' Bradshaw.
Lambert praises the 'Mr. Robot' actor, saying that his take on the role of Freddie Mercury is a 'very sensitive portrayal.'
Although she isn't expected to appear in the upcoming movie, the actress admits that she's excited for it.
'This is such a special role and a challenge for any actor,' Charlie Heaton expresses his excitement in joining the biopic.
Pena's casting arrives after it was announced that Eva Longoria had been cast as Dora's mother.
The 'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again' star recalls how director George Miller told her that he and Jack didn't want her in his movie because she's 'too old.'
The 'Sorry to Bother You' director accuses the movie of fabricating a story to paint the police as heroes in the fight against racist oppression.
Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli and the film's star Daniel Craig have confirmed reports suggesting the departure of the 'Slumdog Millionaire' filmmaker.
According to Milo Gibson, his dad enjoys the movie which stars Milo as the leading man.