Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage says he wants a part in a future Star Wars movie, it doesn't matter who he plays.
Peter Dinklage and the cast of Saturday Night Live take fans behind-the-scenes of HBO's Game of Thrones in a hilarious new sketch.
Peter Dinklage warns that 'Summer is Coming' in a series of new Saturday Night Live promos featuring Cecily Strong.
Peter Dinklage teams up with Coldplay to offer an homage to everyone who has died thus far on HBO's Game of Thrones for NBC's Red Nose Day.
Peter Dinklage and Nicola Peltz join Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike in director James Mangold's adaptation The Deep Blue Good-by.
Peter Dinklage will play a con artist who may actually be a leprechaun in the comedy O Lucky Day, directed by Adam Shankman.
Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage joins Melissa McCarthy in Michelle Darnell, which follows a corporate raider trying to rebrand herself.
Director Paul Feig has announced the official main cast of the Ghostbusters reboot, with Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon.
The latest look at Game of Thrones Season 5 offers a sneak peek at Tyrion Lannister in disguise, as well as Arya and Jon Snow.
Gianni Nunnari's Hollywood Gang is producing the Joe Landsale adaptation The Thicket, starring Peter Dinklage as bounty hunter Shorty.
Adam Sandler, Peter Dinklage and Josh Gad suit up as the Arcaders to take on an invading alien force in the video game adventure comedy Pixels.
Kevin James and Josh Gad are attached to co-star in this adventure about aliens who attack America by staging 1980s video game assaults on a massive scale.
Wolverine soaks in Vodka, Kitty Pryde falls back in love with Iceman, while Magneto and Professor X visit their young selves. The first trailer arrives this Tuesday.
Bad Words scribe Andrew Dodge will write the screenplay. The tone is said to be similar to Bad Santa.
The actor believes this man of science is not a villain, and that his plan to eradicate the mutants is for the greater good.
The website unveils several videos and photos of the Sentinels used to hunt down the mutants in Bryan Singer's sequel.
One of the massive robots created by Trask Industries to hunt down and kill all mutants is on display at the San Diego convention Center.
James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender are seen wearing 1973 period attire on the Montreal set of director Bryan Singer's superhero sequel.
A mustachioed Peter Dinklage is rumored to be playing the CEO of Trask, responsible for the creation of the mutant-hunting Sentinels.
Director Bryan Singer reveals that the Game of Thrones star is playing a mysterious character who is known for not being shy.