The stars were out on the purple carpet in Los Angeles for the culmination of over a decade of films, as the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes to an end in “Avengers: Endgame”. The feeling was both celebratory and bittersweet amongst the actors who have played these roles across 22 films.
The show's 13th season premiere was pushed back to Oct. 4 after Williams contracted a breakthrough case of COVID-19. Now it's been delayed until Oct. 18.
A filmed version of the actor-comedian's acclaimed one-man comedy will premiere on the streaming service BroadwayHD this week.
The pair explained at the film's premiere in New York why they made Millicent Simmonds the lead. And by the way, the opening scene is "undeniably great."
The Oscar-nominated actor said he had misjudged his co-star before they filmed "The Dead Don't Die."
And she couldn't make it down the red carpet without at least one dirty joke.
The Hawaiian actor crushes a war-dance tradition to usher in a potential DC blockbuster.
The star really immersed herself in the underwater theme for the movie's London premiere.
"The Black Panther premiere really put fashion shows to shame," one fan said.