The first trailer for the feature film version of beloved Broadway musical Cats dropped on Thursday, boasting a cast that includes Jennifer Hudson, Idris Elba, Taylor Swift, James Corden and, in the lead role, newcomer Francesca Hayward.
Donald Glover, Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner talk about collaborating with Beyoncé on "The Lion King" soundtrack.
A crew member has died following an accident during stunt rehearsal for the DC Universe series “Titan,” Warner Bros. said in a statement on Thursday.
Arnold Schwarzenegger was in a jokey mood as he appeared at San Diego Comic-Con to promote the upcoming sequel "Terminator: Dark Fate."
Universal Pictures drops a first look at Tom Hooper’s adaptation of the seminal broadway musical "Cats," featuring CG fur-covered actors as the titular felines.
The red band trailer is jam packed with F-bombs and Hollywood stars including David Dastmalchian, Jason Lee, Joe Manganiello, Craig Robinson, Justin Long, Shannon Elizabeth, Fred Armisen, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Chris Hemsworth, Method Man, Redman, Jason Biggs, James Van Der Beek, Brian Quinn and Tommy Chong.
A just-released trailer for the highly-anticipated sequel to the 2017 blockbuster — based on Stephen King’s beloved 1986 novel — offers a small taste of the bloodshed that’s in store when the grown-up Losers return to Derry, Maine, to face off against their childhood nemesis, Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård). One of those Losers is Jessica Chastain, who is definitely a winner when it comes to the cast member that spent the most time in the sticky red stuff. Speaking at San Diego Comic-Con — where the trailer had its world premiere — the Oscar-nominated actress described a scene that required her to be covered in blood up to, and over, her head.
Eisenberg recalls learning about the Harvey Weinstein news while shooting "The Art of Self-Defense": “We would walk to set and be filming this movie about misogyny and sexism and the horrible things that men can do if unchecked. The movie took on this kind of strange new relevance.”
At Comic-Con, the cast of "It: Chapter 2" teased the horror sequel with a new trailer, and Jessica Chastain regaled the crowd with fake blood stories.
John Cena is the latest Hollywood tough guy to show his silly and sensitive side in the family comedy “Playing With Fire.”In the film, Cena plays a firefighter turned babysitter when he’s forced to look after a family of kids he rescued from a blaze as he tracks down their parents. And before long, this hardened professional finds himself swimming in bubble baths and playing friendly games of dodgeball with the little kids he’s watching over.Oh, and of course the firefighters have a mean attack dog that doesn’t stay so mean once he meets this family.Also Read: John Cena Says 'Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader' Is More About Learning Than Winning“No! Sit,” the young Finley Rose Slater says in the trailer to their charging pit bull Masher. “I think the baby just broke your dog,” John Leguizamo’s character responds.“Playing With Fire” is directed by Andy Fickman and is being released by Paramount Pictures and Paramount Players in association with Walden Media. Cena stars alongside Keegan-Michael Key, Leguizamo, Brianna Hildebrand, Dennis Haybert and Judy Greer.Mark Moran is the executive producer, and Todd Garner and Sean Robbins are producing. Dan Ewen and Matthew Liberman wrote the screenplay.“Playing With Fire” opens in theaters on Nov. 8. Watch the first trailer above.Read original story John Cena Battles Blazing Infernos and Family Chaos in First ‘Playing With Fire’ Trailer (Video) At TheWrap
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Harry Styles is going under the sea. The former One Direction frontman is in early negotiations to play Prince Eric in Disney's live-action adaptation of "The Little Mermaid." Halle Bailey will portray the Ariel, a mermaid princess who dreams of being a human, while Melissa McCarthy is playing her evil aunt Ursula. "The Little Mermaid" […]