The Marvel Cinematic Universe expands to the airline flight safety genre, complete with a tribute to the late comic icon.
Check out Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, Kit Harrington and Kristen Wiig getting animated in the sound booth.
Yahoo Entertainment exclusively reveals the superpowered ride here ahead of the new line of Incredibles 2 toys debuting this weekend at the Toy Fair in New York City.
Comic-Con 2017 panels give fans a chance to get the early inside word about the movies we’ll be lining up for in the next year. If you couldn’t make the trip to San Diego this year, here’s a photo tour of some of the casts of the biggest movies making their pitch to the assembled. Check out pics of the stars ofThor: Ragnarok, Black Panther, Justice League, Blade Runner 2049, Ready Player One, The Lego Ninjago Movie, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Brigsby Bear, and Netflix’s Bright.
San Diego Comic-Con is known for big stars, previews of movies and TV — and costumes. This year, it’s safe to say you could assemble your own Amazon army with all the Wonder Women walking around San Diego, and who knew there was enough Adamantium in San Diego to outfit claws on all those Logans? And yet, while there are definite favorite characters, the variety of costumes is as big as the assembled imaginations of the people who’ve made the weekend trip to celebrate their favorites. Yahoo Movies will be in San Diego all weekend, looking for costumed fans that have dressed to impress and pose for the cameras. Click through to get a feel for the fashion and vibe at Comic-Con 2017.
In the 1990s, James Cameron wrote a 'scriptment' for a Spider-Man film that pre-dated Sam Raimi's by a decade; what it'd have been, why it didn't happen
The sparrows have come home to roost, so to speak, in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (in theaters May 26). The fifth film in the Disney franchise introduces a blast from Captain Jack Sparrow’s past: The frightening Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem), who along with his crew of undead sailors seeks vengeance on Jack for the death of his brother. In order to defend himself and his fellow pirates, Jack (Johnny Depp) enlists an astronomer (Kaya Scodelario) and a Royal Navy sailor (Brenton Thwaites) to help him locate the mythical weapon called the Trident of Poseidon. Check out our gallery of photos for a sneak peek at all the supernatural seafaring action, including an uncanny teenage Jack Sparrow and before-and-after shots of Bardem’s transformation.
The stars of the highly anticipated live-action retelling of the Disney classic Beauty and the Beast have had a busy month spreading the word about their “tale as old as time.” Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, and pals have traveled from Shanghai to Hollywood, and you can see the highlights from their fairy-tale press tour here. Be our guest — and click through!
The Oscar nominee luncheon, the annual shindig that brings together all the Academy Award contenders for an informal afternoon of schmoozing and last-minute campaigning. Stars such as Emma Stone, Denzel Washington, Natalie Portman, Ryan Gosling, Matt Damon, Justin Timberlake, and Nicole Kidman braved the rainy Los Angeles weather to gather at the luxe Beverly Hilton hotel on Feb. 6. Per tradition, dessert is followed by the “Oscar Class Photo,” in which all the attending nominees squeeze in for the shutterbugs. Yahoo Movies was there for the action so be sure to also check out our behind-the-scenes report; in the meantime, click through to see how Hollywood’s brightest looked for their lunch date ahead of the Feb. 26 main event.
It’s that time of year again when Hollywood descends on Park City, Utah, as the 2017 edition of the Sundance Film Festival gets going. Here’s a peek at who’s making the scene at the premieres and parties — or just breaking out their winter wear for a snowy stroll. Keep checking back: We’ll add more photos from the festival as it rolls through Jan. 29.
You can always count on the Golden Globes to bring out the brightest stars in Tinseltown. Yahoo Movies was on the scene Sunday, taking photos and interviewing everyone from Amy Adams to Justin Timberlake. Take a look at our favorite moments from Hollywood’s golden night.
In October, more than 35 years after Blade Runner arrived in movie theaters, the sci-fi/noir universe conjured up by director Ridley Scott from the Philip K. Dick novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? gets a new chapter, courtesy of Arrival director Denis Villeneuve. The original Blade Runner centered on “replicants,” human in appearance but genetically engineered by a corporation for short lives of labor on other worlds, and prohibited from earth. When special operative Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a “Blade Runner,” is forced out of retirement to track down and eliminate replicants that have ignored the ban, a screen classic about what it means to be human came alive.With curiosity about the sequel running high, we now have a few images from the film officially released by Warner Bros., along with a couple of behind-the-scenes shots from the set, compiled in the slideshow above. On screen, it’s 30 years after the first film, and a new Blade Runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), meets his predecessor Deckard in a story that still has its most of its details under wraps. For fans, it’s an early chance to get a feel for the sequel’s colors, tone, mood, style, and settings. Click through all the images above for your first impressions; Yahoo Movies will keep updating the collection as new photos become available.
This week sees the release of Rogue One, the first ever standalone spin-off of the beloved Star Wars franchise. Set immediately before the events of 1977’s A New Hope, it also sees the return of arguably the most iconic villain in cinema history: Darth Vader. We all associate the helmeted Sith Lord with the voice of James Earl Jones, who returns for the new film, but in fact he's only one of many actors who've played the character in the franchise. Here are some of the most notable ones over the last 40 years.
It’s Veterans Day today, and we’re honoring the men and women who’ve served in our Armed Forces. As a tribute, we’re refreshing our older gallery of famous Hollywood faces who served during World War II. Click through to see more.
Twenty years ago this week, millions of teenagers swooned as Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes spoke William Shakespeare’s immortal words of love to one another. Director Baz Luhrmann’s stylish, achingly romantic update of Romeo + Juliet opened at No. 1 at the box office. Danes, who played Juliet, was coming off her breakout role on the TV drama My So-Called Life, while DiCaprio, who played Romeo, was just one year away from his Titanic mega-stardom. Naturally, the beautiful people of ’90s Hollywood turned out for the film’s Los Angeles premiere, mostly in some combination of leather, leopard print, and velvet. Here’s a flashback to that star-crossed red carpet.
The new animated musical Sing — about a passel of cartoon critters crooning their hearts out for a vocal competition — is hitting theaters on Dec. 21. In anticipation, the studio Universal released a set of new posters showing the voice stars with their animated alter egos. Click through to see them all.
Attention Twihards! Bids just opened on a massive lot of Twilight props, costumes, and immortal baubles that are up for auction over at the Prop Store. Summit Entertainment released over 900 items including Bella’s gaudy engagement ring, Renesmee’s crib, and multiple gray T-shirts that look like nothing special until you remember that they were worn by Taylor Lautner and Robert Pattinson. The auction will take place over Nov. 19 and 20, so browse now. Click through to sample some of the wares.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Tilda Swinton, Rachel McAdams, and more were on hand in Hollywood on Oct. 20 to celebrate the premiere of Doctor Strange, Marvel’s new superhero epic about the Sorcerer Supreme. The mind-bending movie opens on Nov. 4, but you can click through our gallery now to see who walked the red carpet.
The Producers Guild Awards produce the first surprise of the season: a tie between "12 Years A Slave" and "Gravity" for the Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures.