“You want film to … reflect life,” the Deadpool star said at BuzzFeed Brews.
Bryan Fuller will oversee the iconic sci-fi reboot for CBS All Access, the network’s VOD and live streaming service.
“I’m the youngest of four boys, so it’s not the first time I’ve fought another man naked in a burning building,” Reynolds said at BuzzFeed Brews.
Stars Mae Whitman and Alia Shawkat will be joined by creators Brenda Lilly and Hollis Rich at the 2016 ATX Television Festival.
Update: Jared Padalecki is coming back!
In 2002, she made history as the first black woman to win an Oscar for Best Actress. But after not seeing more women of color follow in her footsteps, she said, “It’s heartbreaking to start to think maybe it wasn’t bigger than me. … And I so desperately felt like it was.”
When asked about #OscarsSoWhite, Davis spoke about the need to be proactive about change and shared her thoughts on the boycott.
With a new movie and a potential TV show he created, developed, executive produced, and could star in, Tom Welling is looking to the past to guide his future.
Jennie Snyder Urman has turned The CW’s charming comedy into TV’s most topical show by creating an onscreen world that reflects — and comments on — our real world.
But the filmmakers have spoken to Steven Avery several times with an eye towards making new installments.
From Orange Is the New Black’s premiere date to Black Mirror casting!
UPDATE: On Wednesday, NBC announced the entire cast of Friends will appear on a two-hour special to honor the show’s frequent director James Burrows. But now, Matthew Perry won’t be able to.
“Hi, I’m America Ferrera…not Gina Rodriguez.”
Get your first look at Crystal Reed’s long-awaited Teen Wolf return, only on BuzzFeed. Plus, Reed and executive producer Jeff Davis reveal how the super-secret reunion came together.
“Joanna, I love you. You’re the one, the one for me.”
A decade after Desperate Housewives put her on the map, Eva Longoria is back with a new TV show, a renewed mission in life, and the wisdom to know how they can work in tandem.
There were plenty of impressive performances this year, but BuzzFeed Entertainment talked with a group of actors about their particularly outstanding achievements — on screen and off. Here are our features, presented in chronological order of when they were published.
In 2015, BuzzFeed News talked to disappearing ’00s star Susan May Pratt, found out the story behind Love and Basketball, and had Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg talk to each other about their career highlights. Here are our best retrospectives of the year, in the order they were published.
BuzzFeed Entertainment talked to the people behind some of the biggest projects of the year (like Avengers: Age of Ultron, Empire, Furious 7, and Making a Murderer). Here’s the best of those features, presented in the order of when it was published. Warning: SPOILERS ABOUND!
Filmmakers Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi take BuzzFeed News inside the year’s biggest true crime obsession. WARNING: SO MANY SPOILERS.