"Press Your Luck" fans have a love/hate relationship with the game's Whammy, and host Elisabeth Banks feels the same way.
Tom Hanks is, without a doubt, one of his generation's great actors. Funny, because he didn't even think about acting until he was halfway through college.
With so many superhero movies out there, there's not much that's new, but Charlize Theron and her castmates got really excited about "The Old Guard."
With a lot more "National Treasure" on the way, both in theaters and on Disney+, Nicolas Cage says he thinks it's a series tailor-made for kids.
Jane Lynch doesn't have to host game shows. But she does anyway. Why? She has fun, and she says it comes naturally to her.
Ron Perlman didn't want to make a "Hellboy" movie without Guillermo del Toro, and he says it's because of the special bond they formed while making the first one.
ABC News journalist Bob Woodruff nearly lost his life in a war zone, but he still loves to seek out adventure. Take a look at his new Disney+ series "Rogue Trip" here.
There's talk about another "Tron" movie possibly going into production, something that's constantly surprising to the star of the original movie, Jeff Bridges.
Three decades later, Jasmine Guy is able to look back at "A Different World" with a completely different perspective.
Jon Stewart may be a liberal when he speaks, but when he was writing "Irresistible," Steve Carell says his friend steered clear of partisanship.
In "Shirley," Elisabeth Moss plays a fictionalized version of real-life horror writer Shirley Jackson. So how much of Shirley's work had Elisabeth read?
It's been a long time since Will Smith called himself the Fresh Prince. But that hasn't stopped fans from keeping his old name alive after all these years.
There's been talk about a potential "Frasier" reboot, and Kelsey Grammer talks about why -- after 20 years on TV -- the Frasier Crane character still hasn't worn out his welcome.
"Hamilton" was going to be a movie theater experience upon its expected 2021 release. But Daveed Diggs is really excited that the film has found an incredibly avid audience streaming on Disney+.
Bryce Dallas Howard hasn't set foot on a movie set since March, but she says she's got faith in Hollywood's ability to get back on its feet following the COVID-19 crisis.
As Sylvester Stallone looks back at "Rocky IV' while he makes a director's cut, he really appreciates how good Dolph Lundgren was in the film.