The Force took over the Shrine Auditorium near downtown Los Angeles, as stars and filmmakers of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” came together Saturday night for the first screening of the eighth installment of the massive Lucasfilm franchise.
Warner Bros. released a new trailer for Steven Spielberg’s “Ready Player One,” and it takes a much deeper dive into Ernest Cline’s reference-stuffed digital fantasy world known as the OASIS.
With anticipation building for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," Disney-Pixar’s animated comedy "Coco" handily won its third straight crown at a moderate North American box office, with $18.3 million.
The trailer for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse received its proper debut on Saturday and plays things relatively conservative for what to expect from this computer animated offering. Shameik Moore (who you might know from Dope and The Get Down) voices Morales/Spider-Man in the adventure which also stars Oscar-certified actor Mahershala Ali, as well as Ray Donovan‘s Liev Schreiber voicing an undetermined bad guy. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the creative minds behind The Lego Movie and 21 Jump Street, bring their unique talents to a fresh vision of a different Spider-Man Universe, with a groundbreaking visual style that’s the first of its kind.
It’s not exactly at the Gary Oldman-as-Winston Churchill level, but Margot Robbie is getting high marks for disappearing underneath the skin of disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding in the new mockumentary I, Tonya. “I worked a lot with a movement coach to alter my physicality and create certain mannerisms for the character of Tonya,” Robbie (The Wolf of Wall Street, Suicide Squad) told Yahoo Entertainment at the film’s Los Angeles press day (watch above). Considering Harding, whose skating career ended in 1994 after her associates infamously attacked rival Olympian Nancy Kerrigan, rose to prominence from lower-class Oregon in the early ’90s, the film’s stylists mined a very specific source to groom Robbie for the role.
One of Hollywood’s nicknames is “the dream factory” — and sometimes, the dream that comes down the pipeline is of a white Christmas. Irving Berlin’s ubiquitous holiday ballad is just one of the many Christmas tunes that originated on the big screen.
Final movie in the YA dystopian trilogy finds Thomas (Dylan O'Brien) and his gang of Gladers trying to save their friends by breaking into the Last City.
Go to any Día de los Muertos celebration, says Coco co-director Adrian Molina, and “you’ll invariably see photos of Frida Kahlo.” The magical-realist painter, who died in 1954 at the age of 47, is even more beloved in Mexico now than she was in her lifetime. Molina has chosen to honor Kahlo in a different way: by making her a Pixar character. In Coco, a boy named Miguel takes a journey into the Land of the Dead to find his great-great-grandfather, whom he believes to be a famous singer.
The sequel "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" boasts more dinosaurs than ever, and here are all the different species we spotted.
It’s a debate almost as old as the holiday season itself: Is Die Hard a Christmas movie or is it just an action movie that takes place at Christmas? In fact, when we made our own list of the best contemporary holiday movie classics, we cited John McTiernan’s classic as a reason for picking several titles that hew to the spirt — if not the snow-covered, candy cane-flavored letter — of the season. This Friday, writer-director Ron Shelton gifts audiences with another version of a holiday movie in the form of Just Getting Started, an action comedy that unfolds in the dry desert heat of a Palm Springs Christmas.
It’s the perfect time to bundle up under a warm blanket and rewatch some Christmas classics. Or you could go a step further and actually visit some of the iconic filming locations.
As the drama "A Few Good Men" celebrates its anniversary, the director Rob Reiner takes us back to filming the classic Jack Nicholson scene.
Count Oscar Isaac among those “Star Wars” fans who enjoy the idea of Resistance partners Finn (John Boyega ) and Poe Dameron (Isaac) becoming life partners too.
Joe Wright and Gary Oldman worked together for three intensive months making the new World War II drama Darkest Hour, about the rocky early tenure of Britain’s celebrated wartime prime minister, Winston Churchill. “Joe never saw me as Gary for three months,” Oldman recently told Yahoo Entertainment, a sentiment echoed by Wright in a separate interview.
As Isla Nublar faces an exploding volcano, it's up to Owen, Claire, and their team to save the dinosaurs (so many dinosaurs!), and avoid being eaten by them.
Tarantino met for hours in a writers room and the frontrunner emerged as Mark Smith, who wrote "The Revenant."
The new multiplatform animation franchise will feature the likes of Spider-Gwen and fellow teen characters Ms. Marvel, Squirrel Girl, Quake, Patriot, America Chavez and Inferno.
Basketball hustlers Billy Hoyle (Woody Harrelson) and Sidney Deane (Wesley Snipes) team up in the film, but that didn't stop the competition between the actors.