Nick Cannon joined “Extra’s” Mario Lopez at Universal Studios Hollywood, where the “America’s Got Talent” host commented on headlines that say he's going to play comedian Richard Pryor in an upcoming biopic.
Hold on to your hats “Harry Potter” fans, because J.K. Rowling just released a new story about The Boy Who Lived!
Actress Melissa McCarthy shot to fame with her scene-stealing performance in “Bridesmaids” (who can forget Megan on the bathroom sink?), now she’s front and center in the new road trip comedy "Tammy," directed by husband Ben Falcone.
We never saw this coming… Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams couldn’t stand each other while filming “The Notebook.”
ExtraTV.com Senior Writer Kit Bowen and Grae Drake from Rotten Tomatoes will discuss the Melissa McCarthy comedy "Tammy," the demon horror flick "Deliver Us from Evil," the family friendly "Earth to Echo" and more!
During the chat, you'll also be able weigh-in with the panelists, including Joel Amos from MovieFanatic.com, and have the chance to talk on camera.
Actress Eloise Mumford had to dig deep to play a US drone pilot.
In the tense war drama “Drones,” Mumford portrays Sue Lawson, a US drone pilot stuck in a cramped situation room with partner Jack Bowles (Matthew O’Leary), looking for suspected terrorists on a small monitor.
When one terrorist is recognized, celebrating a birthday with his family, the two soldiers are tasked with launching a deadly military drone to wipe out the whole party. With time running out, Lawson and Bowles begin to question what the real motives are behind the ordered lethal attack.
Disney darling Zendaya has decided not to do the Aaliyah TV biopic for Lifetime.
The singer, 17, explained to "Extra's" Terri Seymour at the 2014 BET Awards on Sunday, "I feel like it was being rushed. Production just wasn’t there. I have too much respect and love for Aaliyah as a person to do anything less than that for her."
The “Snow White and the Huntsman” sequel will reportedly be missing its Snow White, Kristen Stewart.reports “Walking Dead” creator Frank Darabont is in early talks to direct “Snow White and the Huntsman 2” for Universal Pictures, and that Stewart is not expected to return.