"The Wife" star Glenn Close shares memories from making "The World According to Garp," "The Big Chill," "The Natural," "Fatal Attraction," and more.
"Simpsons" creator Matt Groening promises the unexpected with new show "Disenchantment."
George Takei and his family were incarcerated for over 4 years at the Japanese American internment camps during World War II.
John David Washington would reenact his father Denzel's film "Glory" for hours at a time when he was a kid. Now he stars in Spike Lee's "BlacKkKlansman."
"Star Trek" icon bit his tongue while the thrice-married, "famously unfaithful" Donald Trump told the gay actor he believed traditional marriage could only involve a man and a woman.
Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon say those looks of "fear and horror" on their faces in "They Spy Who Dumped Me" are genuine.
Henry Cavill and Zachary Levi tell us who'd win a smackdown between Superman and Shazam (and Batman).
Death comes up a lot when Henry Cavill talks about intensity of those 'Mission: Impossible – Fallout' stunts.
Henry Cavill tells Yahoo why he shakes his fists in "Mission: Impossible — Fallout" moment that's already gone viral.
Wu-Tang Clan mastermind-turned-filmmaker RZA talks about how the neglect of poor New Orleans neighborhoods after Katrina plays into his upcoming thriller.
‘Shazam!’ lived up to early descriptions as “‘Big’ with superheroes” when its first trailer wowed audiences at the San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday.
Zachary Levi talked about the much-hyped "Shazam!" trailer that debuted Comic-Con on Saturday.
"I think there are much better qualified people to write the better Ms. Marvel movie than myself," Riz Ahmed tells Yahoo Entertainment after a tweet in which he volunteered to script it.
The Vision actor explains how he shot his final scene in the blockbuster film and reveals what it has been like being part of the MCU from the outset.
Keegan Michael-Key, Thomas Jane, Trevante Rhodes, and Augusto Aguilera talk all things "Predator" sequel at San Diego Comic-Con.
Denzel Washington has a pretty simple explanation for why Robert McCall is the first film character he's played twice: "They wrote a script and I read it and I liked it."
One of the major questions heading into "Ant-Man and the Wasp" was how director Peyton Reed and company would handle the standalone film’s events in relation to the seismic events of Marvel's last blockbuster, "Avengers: Infinity War."