Adam Sandler says critics hated him and his collaborators when Billy Madison was released.
Glen Powell gets candid about wanting to play Miles Teller's Rooster in Top Gun: Maverick, plus what happened.
Brendan Fraser looked back on that massive round of applause in Venice, which went viral earlier this year.
Pierce Brosnan gives an honest response to your opinions on his singing ability.
Lupita Nyong'o discusses Will Smith's Oscars slap as well as how she became a meme afterwards.
Jamie Lee Curtis reflects on her iconic role as her time with the character comes to a close with Halloween Ends.
Alexandra Daddario has the best social media posts, even when she's getting "cheeky" from Paris Fashion Week.
Dwayne Johnson thanked his fans for supporting him throughout his 20 years in Hollywood and reflects on his humble start.
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck's wedding officiant opens up about getting to conduct the ceremony.
As Arnold Schwarzenegger prepared to turn 75, the Hollywood icon reflected on some advice from his late father that stuck with him.
Ahead of their tenth anniversary, Jessica Biel reminisces about the ups and downs of her marriage with Justin Timberlake.
Vin Diesel reflected on social media about Paul Walker’s legacy and a major Fast & Furious character who was almost excluded on Fast X.
The actress shares her perfect reaction to what happened to Karen Strode in last year's Halloween sequel.
In the second half of our look back at writer Grant Morrison's epic Batman saga, Morrison reflects on the fallout of Bruce Wayne's death in Final Crisis, the challenges of the New 52 and why Bruce's son Damian was always doomed to die.
Writer Grant Morrison joins IGN for a look back at their legendary Batman saga, including the debut of Bruce Wayne's long-lost son Damian and a truly radical overhaul of the Joker.
The 2004 co-stars worked together for the first time in almost two decades for the upcoming Netflix time travel film.
A new trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore is coming, and ahead of its arrival, Jude Law talked about how honored he is to play Albus Dumbledore.
The Twilight franchise was massively successful, but it wasn't all sparkly vampires on set.
Starring in a major film franchise is a big deal for anyone, but it's safe to say Dakota Johnson felt the full effect of fame after her time in Fifty Shades of Grey.