Whiplash and Fantastic Four actor Miles Teller admits it was hard to keep up with Tom Cruise on Joseph Kosinski's Top Gun: Maverick
Paramount is eyeing Nicholas Hoult, Glen Powell and Miles Teller as the front runners to play the son of Anthony Edwards' Goose in Top Gun 2.
Miles Teller and Jonah Hill star as two friends who become unlikely gun runners in the first trailer for War Dogs, based on a true story.
Director Todd Phillips shares new photos from the set of Arms and the Dudes, featuring stars Jonah Hill and Miles Teller.
Jonathan Levine is set to direct Miles Teller in Home is Burning, which follows a young man helping his parents battle terminal illnesses.
Miles Teller opens up about his Fantastic Four reboot, offering insight into Jamie Bell's performance as The Thing.
Miles Teller has signed on to star in the true crime drama The Life and Times of the Stopwatch Gang for Universal Pictures.
Miles Teller compares his Mister Fantastic to a teenage boy experiencing puberty in the Fantastic Four reboot.
Miles Teller reveals that he signed on for Fantastic Four because it's a shared experience, the opposite of a project like Spider-Man.
Jonah Hill has finalized his deal to star in Arms and the Dudes, while Miles Teller has an offer to join him.
Miles Teller compared The Fantastic Four reboot's grounded approach to X-Men: First Class, while commenting on superhero fatique.
A one-night stand gets complicated when a young man and woman are stranded together after a blizzard hits in the first trailer for Two Night Stand.
A young drummer prodigy goes under the tutelage of an abusive professor in the first trailer for Sundance sensation Whiplash.
Whiplash filmmaker Damien Chazelle is directing the musical La La Land about a young couple trying to keep their romance alive in L.A.
A young drum prodigy gets a lesson about rushing and dragging he'll never forget in this scene from director Damien Chazelle's Sundance sensation.
Kate Mara is the Invisible Woman, Miles Teller is Reed Richards, Michael B. Jordan is Johnny Storm and Jamie Bell is The Thing in the reboot.
Tom Gormican will direct the project with Scott Aversano, Brett Ratner and John Cheng producing for Warner Bros.
The project is based on boxer Vinny Pazienza's true story of how he made one of the greatest comebacks in sports history.
The star of That Awkward Moment teases big changes for the Marvel franchise while confirming that he did audtion for Lucasfilm.