Tom Hanks is eager to resume filming his upcoming Elvis Presley biopic in Australia - but has admitted it's up in the air as to whether they can fly Down Under as planned later this year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Mark Wahlberg is happy to play "the old guy" in his movies, because he's "comfortable in [his] own skin" and isn't worried about getting older.
Scott Adkins says he "used up [his] Marvel card" too soon by appearing in 'Doctor Strange', as he'd rather have part in Sam Raimi's upcoming sequel.
Chris Hemsworth's preparations for the Hulk Hogan biopic will be "insanely physical", as he takes on the role of the former wrestling pro.
Mike Flanagan has suggested that his take on 'Revival' will be his darkest Stephen King adaptation yet, after having previously helmed 'Doctor Sleep' and 'Gerald's Game'.
Aaron Sorkin's 'Trial of the Chicago 7' will be released on Netflix later this year, after the coronavirus pandemic put an end to plans to a theatrical release.
Chris Evans has admitted that whilst he misses portraying Captain America - he is looking forward to playing other characters.
Mackenzie Davis feels that it is "quite insane" to consider a sequel to 'Terminator: Dark Fate' after the movie's poor performance at the box office.
Bruce Campbell has revealed that he wants to make his planned new project, 'Bruce vs Frankenstein', "The Expendables of Horror" and assemble an array of legends of the genre in one movie.