The canine cast of Disney’s live-action remake of "Lady and the Tramp" are almost all first-time actors... but one comes with a special pedigree. Justin Theroux reveals that his dog, Kuma, makes a cameo appearance in the new movie.
Christian Bale and Matt Damon break down their mutual onscreen beatdown and then answer the burning question of whether Jason Bourne could best Batman.
Adam Driver, who joined the Marines shortly after 9/11, talks about the CIA's use of torture as depicted in his new film "The Report."
Actor's long-in-the-works entry in the DC movie universe will be entering theaters in December 2021.
Netflix will amend elements of its documentary series “The Devil Next Door” after the Polish prime minister and others complained to CEO Reed Hastings about the show, which centers on the trial of John Demjanjuk who was accused of being a notorious Ukrainian concentration camp guard known as Ivan the Terrible. Polish premier Mateusz Morawiecki […]
As Goldberg once told Yahoo Entertainment, Disney's infamously racist 1946 film "Song of the South" should be brought back to stir debate. But Disney has preferred to sanitize its vaunted vault.
Branko Lustig, an Oscar-winning producer of the Best Picture winners “Schindler’s List” and “Gladiator,” has died, according to an announcement Thursday via the Festival of Tolerance. He was 87.Lustig, who was the president of Croatia’s Festival of Tolerance – the Jewish Film Festival, died in his home in Zagreb, Croatia. He worked in the film industry for 50 years and was a survivor of the Holocaust, having spent time in both the Auschwitz and BergenBelsen concentration camps during World War II.Many of his family members were lost in the concentration camps, and his grandmother specifically was killed in a gas chamber, and his experience there helped inspire some of the stories for Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List.”Also Read: Niall Tóibín, Irish Actor Known for 'The Nephew' and 'Far and Away,' Dies at 89Lustig worked in the film industry in his home of Croatia before moving to Los Angeles in the 1980s. He served as a unit manager on films such as “Don’t Look Back, My Son” and “Kozara,” and also as a Yugoslavian production supervisor on “Sophie’s Choice.” Then after winning the Oscar in 1993 for “Schindler’s List,” he produced or executive produced many of Ridley Scott’s films including “Gladiator,” “Black Hawk Down,” “American Gangster” and “Kingdom of Heaven.”According to the Festival of Tolerance, Lustig returned to Croatia in 2009 and this year was named an honorary citizen of Zagreb. As to why he left Los Angeles. “Honestly, I came back to die,” he said. “Hollywood is beautiful, I met great actors, worked with them, but still this is my country and I have experienced a lot here – both beautiful and distressing. I also have a lot of friends here, I have a lot of acquaintances in America, but only Spielberg is my friend.”Read original story Branko Lustig, Two-Time Oscar-Winning Producer of ‘Schindler’s List’ and ‘Gladiator,’ Dies at 87 At TheWrap
While Disney+'s flagship live-action movie faithfully recreates the beloved spaghetti scene, there's a more problematic song that has been completely erased from the reboot.
"Doctor Sleep" Mike Flanagan offers two very good reasons why Jack Nicholson does not reprise the role of Jack Torrance in the new sequel to "The Shining."
"Ford v Ferrari" stars Christian Bale and Matt Damon talk about the most dramatic weight gains and losses -- and why it could be dangerous for others to try.
"Heather" screenwriter Daniel Waters dishes about the influential teen thriller as it turns 30.
Netflix has nabbed the rights to make a sequel to "Beverly Hills Cop," a move that deepens the relationship between the streaming giant and Eddie Murphy. Murphy's new comedy "Dolemite is My Name" is currently showing on the platform, earning the actor some of the best reviews of his career. The film will see him […]
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Dolly Parton, Sally Field and the other stars of "Steel Magnolias" spent the summer of 1988 living among the locals of the small town of Natchitoches, La. They changed it forever.
Melanie Griffith has revealed that she was fined for coming to work on the 1988 movie "Working Girl "while under the influence.
Writer-director Scott Z. Burns and cast members Adam Driver, Annette Bening and Jon Hamm talk "The Report."
Jonah Hauer-King will soon be a part of the “Little Mermaid” world. The newcomer has been tapped to play Prince Eric in Disney's live-action remake of the animated classic. At one point, Harry Styles was is in early talks for the role, but ended up passing. Hauer-King has had two screen tests, with the most […]
Robert De Niro will be honored with a SAG life achievement award. The legendary actor, who currently stars in Netflix's "The Irishman" and Warner Bros.' "Joker," will receive the performers' union's top accolade at the 26th annual SAG Awards on Jan. 19 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. The award is given annually to […]
“I just felt like I'd walked away from the greatest opportunity of my life due to my own stubbornness," says Elfman, revealing that Michael Jackson and George Michael were also in talks for the soundtrack.