The latest installment in the Fantastic Beasts franchise, The Crimes of Grindelwald, takes Harry Potter fans on another thrilling adventure through the 1920s wizarding world -- trading in New York City for Paris as Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) and his magical menagerie embark on a mission from Albus Dumbledore himself (Jude Law, stepping into the role as a dapper young Hogwarts instructor) to stop a rising dark wizard from conquering the Muggle population.
This time last week, actor Callum Turner was in New York City, having flown there from L.A. to promote his new movie, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Shortly thereafter, he landed in Paris, then London and finally in Madrid, where ET spoke with the only slightly jetlagged Brit. "I feel good now," he says of the global press tour, which included one particularly surreal memory: "All my family clamoring for Johnny Depp to get a photo at the premiere party was a heart-in-mouth moment."
Hugh Jackman isn’t too proud to cry!
ET caught up with the movie star at the premiere of his new film, The Front Runner, in New York City on Tuesday where he admitted that, upon seeing Pink and her 7-year-old daughter perform “A Million Dreams” from his movie musical The Greatest Showman, he shed a tear or two.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is gearing up for his upcomingFast and Furious spin-off, Hobbs & Shaw, and giving fans a look at one of the fresh faces who has signed on to come along for the ride.
Johnson took to Instagram on Monday to introduce the latest character in the action epic, Hattie Shaw, played by Vanessa Kirby, best known for her performances on The Crown and in Mission: Impossible - Fallout.