Disney-Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok should dominate the early November box office with $100 million or more in its opening weekend in North America, early projections are showing.
Jackie Chan’s most serious injury, a skull fracture on the set of the 1986 action-comedy "Armour of God" that nearly killed him, came after a little drinking and stunting.
LeeAnne Locken from Bravo's Real Housewives of Dallas played Miss Nebraska in Miss Congeniality. She recalls working with Sandra Bullock.
Amy (Mila Kunis), Kiki (Kristen Bell), and Carla (Kathryn Hahn) — fed-up matriarchs of Bad Moms fame — are back in the upcoming sequel A Bad Moms Christmas, and they’re giving the holidays hell.
Director Paul Thomas Anderson reunites his "There Will Be Blood" star, this time set in the world of London's haute couture circa the 1950s.
Just in time for Halloween, our panel of film fanatics breaks down the greatest, goriest, ghouliest, ghastliest cinematic treats released since 2000.
Tyler Perry has prevented a disaster at the box office with the opening of Lionsgate’s comedy sequel “Boo 2! A Madea Halloween” scaring up a solid $21.7 million at 2,388 North American locations. That was pretty much the limit of good news at the nation’s multiplexes, where moviegoers gave limited support to a quartet of […]
"We were really going through very similar things. Our careers were starting to get exciting,” Sutherland says of working with co-starJason Patric.
George Miller was well established in the rough-and-rugged world of Ozploitation cinema thanks to his work on the cultishly adored Australian trilogy Mad Max (1979-85). “It was my first full Hollywood feature,” Miller told Yahoo Entertainment (watch above) about the horror-comedy about three women (Cher, Susan Sarandon, and Michelle Pfeiffer) who get into some hocus pocus after Jack Nicholson’s mysterious playboy arrives in their sleepy New England town. “Jack said to me, ‘Look, George, they mistake politeness for weakness.
Conceived as a vibrant celebration of Mexican culture, studio's 19th feature is first to seriously deal with deficit of nonwhite characters in its films.
Jackie Chan was sick and tired of trying to cross over into American movies. The martial arts wonder and ex-Bruce Lee stuntman was a superstar in his native China, but his attempts at going Hollywood in films like Big Brawl (1980), The Cannonball Run (1981), and The Protector (1985) barely registered with stateside audiences. “Nobody knew who this little Chinese guy was that spoke no English,” Chan told Yahoo Entertainment during a recent Role Recall interview (watch clip above).
"What’s really strong about the Muppets is the people underneath the characters. That’s what it’s all about," he says in rare interview.
So-called sexy Halloween costumes have gotten out of control in the last few years, with manufacturers doing their best to crank out a “sexy” version of pretty much anything. Even characters that have no business being sexy are now tarted up — and it’s time for the madness to end. Click through to see 19 terrible “sexy” pop culture costumes that simply should not exist. More Halloween stories from Yahoo Entertainment: • ‘World War Z’ mastermind Max Brooks ranks pop culture zombies • ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ turns 20: Ryan Phillippe looks back • Inside the ‘Punky Brewster’ episode that scarred you for life
In a scene from the upcoming film “Thank You for Your Service,” two veterans (played by Miles Teller and Beulah Koale) who are haunted by their experiences in the Middle East try to obtain counseling.
If you’ve ever wanted to see a tidal wave sweep over the horizon of a waterless desert or eggs frying on a superheated city street, "Geostorm" is the movie for you
Watch what happens when the film's young hero voyages into the Land of the Dead to meet his hero, who also happens to be a long, lost relative.
The Nebraska native was 16 at the time, and working on a television show ("Camp Wilder") during the day and her first film role by night.
Acclaimed filmmaker Todd Haynes reveals why he decided to make a PG film for and about kids, "Wonderstruck" ... and what inspired it.
The New Yorker has published a statement signed by “select members of the Weinstein Company staff” in the wake of that magazine’s exposé on the company’s co-founder Harvey Weinstein. The group, which did not sign individual names but is said by the magazine to number about 30, says among other things that they “did not know we were working for a serial sexual predator” said that the TWC board “failed” in its duty to keep Weinstein in check. “We know that in writing this…