"Extra" caught up with Cobie Smulders on Monday at a special screening of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," where the actress talked about saying goodbye to her hit CBS show, "How I Met Your Mother."
Leinart sat down with cast members Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner and Tom Welling to discuss making the movie, which follows the GM of the Cleveland Browns (Costner) as he navigates through the exciting ups and downs of NFL’s Draft Day.
It also turns out Leinart has a connection to the film because he auditioned for Welling's role as the Browns quarterback, so Leinart decided to give Welling, along with Costner and Garner, his own football quiz.
Check out the video!
The indie drama “Boys of Abu Ghraib” is a tense film that follows an American soldier (Luke Moran) deployed at Iraq’s Abu Ghraib, who finds himself behind the walls of the infamous prison.
ExtraTV.com spoke with actor Sean Astin about the film’s message and his own thoughts about the state of war. He stars in the film as a hardened guard at Hard Site.
Astin began, “I’m a really engaged citizen and political creature, very involved in the military service. I’ve also been called a lefty, liberal Democrat, and I’m not going to push back on that, either. Those things are usually considered mutually exclusive, but they are not for me. My point is that my eyes are wide open and I pay attention, so when this incident happened, and came to light, and is continuing, I have very strong feelings about it.”
"Jupiter Ascending" stars Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum were on the red carpet at CinemaCon in Las Vegas to promote their upcoming movie, "Jupiter Ascending."
"Extra's" Renee Bargh caught up with Mila and Channing, who chatted about making their movie, with Channing revealing that he "probably cost the studio a hundred thousand dollars." Mila also chatted about reuniting with Ashton Kutcher in her upcoming "Two and a Half Men" appearance.
The “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” trailer is finally here, and it features a whole lot of hottie Megan Fox as reporter April O’Neil. Watch!
The “Turtle” reboot follows four outcast brothers – Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo and Donatello – as they rise up to fight a villain named Shredder.
Russell chatted about the snowstorms and flooding that plagued the film's shoot, and Emma revealed what she and Russell did to relax during the intense shoot.
ExtraTV.com Senior Writer Kit Bowen and Matt Atchity from RottenTomatoes.com will discuss the biblical disaster epic "Noah," starring Russell Crowe, the Arnold Schwarzenegger crime drama "Sabotage" and more!
During the chat, you'll also be able weigh-in and have the chance to talk with the panelists, including Joel Amos from MovieFanatic.com, on camera.
Actor Jeremy Piven stopped by Universal Studios Hollywood to chat with “Extra’s” Mario Lopez about the upcoming “Entourage” movie.