Peacock’s original comedy, Killing It, stars Craig Robinson as an underdog pursuing the American Dream, facing relatable -- yet absurd -- obstacles in order to make it big. The new series highlights the insanity of today’s get-rich-or-die-trying culture, and is brought to you by the... Read More.
Peacock’s original comedy, Killing It, stars Craig Robinson as an underdog pursuing the American Dream, facing relatable -- yet absurd -- obstacles in order to make it big. This hilarious new series highlights the insanity of today’s get-rich-or-die-trying culture, and is brought to you by the duo who... Read More.
It was the first major Hollywood movie delayed because of the pandemic, and now the 25th James Bond Film No Time To Die is finally in theaters this weekend. Daniel Craig returns as the British super spy, and he tells ABC News he’s thrilled fans get to see it... Read More.
Daniel Craig's latest and last James Bond adventure, No Time to Die, hits theaters October 8, but it's just been announced that shortly thereafter, he'll be tackling The Bard on Broadway in William Shakespeare's Macbeth. Craig will be playing the title role opposite Preacher's Ruth Negga as his Machiavellian Lady at the... Read More.
Daniel Craig now has something special in common with his onscreen character, James Bond. The British actor has been appointed as an honorary commander in the U.K.'s Royal Navy, matching his literary and on-screen alter ego, who's also Royal Naval Reserve commander. "I am truly privileged and honoured to... Read More.
The Kate Winslet murder mystery drama Mare of Easttown wraps up Sunday night on HBO, and showrunner Craig Zobel talked with ABC Audio about the miniseries' popularity, and the possibility of more episodes. The series deals with some heavy topics, including death and assault and... Read More.
The 101 Dalmatians villain origin story Cruella is out today and we learn the backstory and motivations of Cruella de Vil, the character who for some reason was obsessed with making a coat out of the black and white spotted dogs. Craig Gillespie directed Cruella and he tells ABC Audio he’s not worried... Read More.