“Fresh Off the Boat’s” Randall Park on his new Netflix rom-com “Always Be My Maybe,” working with Keanu Reeves and his first acting gig in a commercial for Chinese liver pills.
Ron Howard talks “Pavarotti,” Aretha Franklin and why he got emotional about Shia LaBeouf
Matt Bomer gets candid about being gay in Hollywood. Plus, the Golden Globe winner on his new movie “Papi Chulo,” the upcoming “The Boys in the Band” and why he’s fundraising for Pete Buttigieg.
Willem Dafoe on Robert Pattinson and “The Lighthouse.” He also recalls working with Madonna on “Body Evidence.” Plus, Chloë Sevigny on that time Bill Murray took her for a joyride in a cop car.
Keanu Reeves talks “John Wick 3,” the upcoming third “Ted and Bill’s Excellent Adventure” and he imagines another “Speed” with Sandra Bullock.
Halle Berry recalls her early days in Hollywood as a woman of color and why she’s starring in and directing an upcoming movie about women’s MMA fighting. Plus, Elisabeth Moss reveals she’s up for a “West Wing” reunion.
Jared Leto talks about his new doc “A Day in the Life of America,” starring in the new Spider-Man villain movie “Morbius” and why he’s up for playing The Joker again. Plus, Kevin Costner reveals he’s getting ready for his return to directing.
Paul Rudd can’t quite get behind that deadly Ant-Man/Thanos theory and Don Cheadle recalls being cast to replace Terrence Howard in the franchise. Plus, make sure not to miss Karen Gillan’s celebrity impersonations.
Find out if Chris Hemsworth is ready to leave the “Avengers” franchise. Plus, Jeremy Renner explains why he wasn’t in “Infinity War” and the Russos reveal that they’re not thinking of making another “Avengers” movie anytime soon.
The launch of Variety and iHeart’s new film podcast kicks off with Scarlett Johansson talking Black Widow, her directing dreams and why she may run for public office. Plus, Brie Larson weighs in on “Captain Marvel’s” blockbuster success, diversity in Hollywood and more.