Miles Teller explains why he is optimistic about movie theaters going forward.
Top Gun: Maverick's Miles Teller reveals why he almost turned down starring opposite Tom Cruise.
Top Gun: Maverick just might bring the need for speed, but will you need tissues?
Sunday marks the one-year anniversary of Nicolas Winding Refn's incredible crime series Too Old to Die Young, which is one of the best things Amazon has ever released, and yet, so few have actually seen it. Thankfully, shows don't come with an expiration date, so even though what little cultural conversation there was around TOTDY has long since moved on, the show is still available to watch on the streaming service. Just use that 'search' function, because lord knows you won't find it on any homepage. There are a lot of good shows to watch right …
Miles Teller had been poised for a big summer with a starring turn opposite Tom Cruise in Top Gun: Maverick until the pandemic prompted Paramount to push the film to December. The high-flying sequel will now be offered as a Christmas present to audiences, so instead of doing press, Teller has been spending his summer reading scripts, and the actor has found a new one that offers him a juicy lead role. Teller has signed on to produce and star in director Rupert Wainwright's survival drama Not Without Hope, based on the extraordinary true story of four men, …
New first look images from the long-awaited Top Gun: Maverick highlight cast members Miles Teller, Glen Powell, Monica Barbaro and more.
Moulin Rouge! and Romeo + Juliet filmmaker Baz Luhrmann has found his Elvis. After an exhaustive casting search not unlike the one that landed Carey Mulligan the role of Daisy in Luhrmann’s bombastic retelling of The Great Gatsby, it was announced today that Austin Butler will be playing Elvis Presley in Luhrmann’s long-developing biopic of the iconic recording artist, performer, and actor. The film is set up at Warner Bros. and will chart Presley’s rise and zenith, putting a particular focus on his relationship with his manager Col. Tom Parker, to be played by Tom Hanks. The …
Moulin Rouge! and Romeo + Juliet filmmaker Baz Luhrmann is on the hunt for his Elvis Presley, and some mighty interesting names are surfacing as potential candidates to play The King of Rock and Roll. The currently untitled biopic will focus on the legendary music icon’s rise and zenith, putting a particular emphasis on his relationship with manager Col. Tom Parker, who will be played by Tom Hanks. Per THR, Luhrmann and Warner Bros. have tested five actors to fill the role of Presley, all of whom are established stars. This includes Ansel Elgort, who shined bright in Baby Driver …
You're going to need a lot of speed if you're going to keep up with Maverick.