A master voice artist, Tudyk was part of such Disney hits as “Wreck-It Ralph,” “Frozen,” “Big Hero 6” and “Zootopia.” His next assignment is in the new SYFY series, “Resident Alien.”
'Star Wars' actor John Boyega has likened starring in a major movie franchise to being in a "luxury jail".
Matthew McConaughey admits "no one" wanted to cast him after he rejected rom-coms but it was what he needed to branch out.
'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm' star Maria Bakalova admits her character Tutar was meant to become more of a feminist.
Colin Trevorrow believes that 'Jurassic World: Dominion' provides a fitting climax to the 'Jurassic Park' franchise.
'Buffy The Vampire Slayer' star Sarah Michelle Gellar urged people to "be brave" and "live" as she marked Buffy Summers' 40th birthday.
Sir Anthony Hopkins tries to "simplify the process" of acting now he is older.
Wendi McLendon-Covey has dashed hopes of a 'Bridesmaids' sequel ever happening.
'One Night In Miami' director Regina King has defends casting Kingsley Ben-Adir as Malcolm X.
Five women — Frances McDormand, Viola Davis, Sophia Loren, Carey Mulligan and Vanessa Kirby — have risen to the top with performances that go much deeper than those of many of Streep’s previous challengers.
Marion Ramsey, who was best known for playing Officer Laverne Hooks in the 'Police Academy' franchise, has died aged 73.
Elizabeth Olsen thinks Londoners are ignoring the government's advice during the third national lockdown.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Dawn Wells, the “Gilligan’s Island” star who died this week as the result of COVID-19, appeared in “Chapter Two” at the Sioux City Municipal Auditorium in 1979. She appeared at the Okoboji Summer Theatre, too (she attended Stephens College), and returned years later for a summer stint.
Imelda Staunton is impressed with the quality of TV drama and wishes she had a role in ‘Peaky Blinders’.
Jamie Dornan isn't bothered about the backlash to his Irish accent in his new movie 'Wild Mountain Thyme'.
Channing Tatum has all but signed a deal to take on the male lead alongside Sandra Bullock in 'The Lost City of D'.
In the new Fox sitcom, “Call Me Kat,” Mayim Bialik frequently talks to the audience. It’s not an homage to “Fleabag,” which she says has a “different vibe,” but a hat tip to “Miranda,” the British series on which it was based.