'I would love to work with Lily in the next one which would be ridiculous because it wouldn't make sense,' Amanda says of her co-star.
The actor will play the British singer's longtime manager Reid, who has been working with him since 1998.
The 'Gorgeous' singer makes her return to big screen since 2014's 'The Giver' with the upcoming musical film, joining J-Hud, James Corden and Ian McKellen.
The filmmaker later takes to Twityter to address the controversy as he apologizes for his immature past.
Calling the moment 'utterly terrifying,' the former James Bond depicter said he was not feeling confident about his singing abilities.
Featuring lines by Jackson's supervillain character Elijah Price a.k.a. Mr. Glass, the teaser hints at his ambition to get recognition.
The story is set in 1990, and follows waiter and aspiring composer Jon as he struggles to pursue his Broadway dreams.
Paris will the girlfriend of play wannabe record company executive Charlie Porter (Jackson White).
Talking about her interest in directing, the singer notes that she will do 'a good job,' adding, 'I think I would enjoy it and I think I would be good at it.'
Original director Gus Van Sant also reveals that Matt Damon and Ryan Phillippe were also approached to play in the 2005 movie.
The 'Shades of Blue' star plays a woman in her 40s who climbs her way up from working class to elite life after her friends create an impressive social history.
The actress portrays the character of Sophie Sheridan in 'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again', while Cher takes on the part of her grandmother Ruby.
Talking about the possibility of playing the suave spy, the actor says, 'As long as I felt I could bring something else to it, do something dynamic, I'd love the challenge.'
The film will open in New York and Los Angeles for a limited run on 17 and 24 August, respectively.
The photo features a gigantic sea dragon, which is mainly used by the people of Xebel, one of the seven underwater kingdoms in DC universe.
Bruce Willis' David Dunn believes he is 'a protector' who has to stop someone, presumably The Beast, whom he dubs a mass murderer.
The 'Pulp Fiction' director's next project was actually set to be unleashed on the 50th anniversary of Sharon Tate's murder before the release date is switched to July 26, 2019.
The 'Stranger Things' star's character is trying to contact the Monarch organization in the new sneak peek released for the 'Godzilla' sequel.
The actor answers fans' burning question about the sexuality of his character, Albus Dumbledore, in the upcoming movie.
The actress was convinced her agent was joking when he asked her to reprise her role in the movie two days after giving birth.