There comes a point in every classic Nicolas Cage movie where the volcanic actor erupts in a fury that’s as entertaining as it is slightly unnerving. Cage aficionados have a name for this moment: Cage Rage. Midway through the Brian Taylor-directed movie, which had its world premiere as part of the Toronto International Film Festival‘s Midnight Madness series, the actor has an intense freakout that culminates in him destroying a full-sized pool table with a sledgehammer.
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Silly doesn’t even begin to describe this plot, which also involves killer robot dogs and an extended Elton John cameo.
'Mother!' director Darren Aronofsky answers spoilery questions about his polarizing, allegorical horror film starring Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem
Alicia Vikander’s Lara Croft, as seen in the 'Tomb Raider' reboot's first poster comes armed with an ice pick... just in case there are mountains nearby?
The studio knew what it was getting into when it decided to take a chance on 'Mother!,' Darren Aronofsky's polarizing new movie starring Jennifer Lawrence
In this golden age of comic-book cinema, there are a plethora of superhero options for the young (and young at heart), as well as more serious-minded fare for the grown-up crowd adapted from graphic novels and series like Road to Perdition and American Splendor. The feature debut of Danish director, Andres Walter, who previously won an Oscar for the 2013 live-action short Helium, I Kill Giants — which is currently without a definite release date — occupies that perfect middle ground for young viewers who are hungry for more challenging fare outside of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC Extended Universe, but aren’t quite ready for the graphic violence on display in, say, David Cronenberg’s version of the graphic novel A History of Violence.
Legendary character actor and occasional leading man Harry Dean Stanton passed away on Sept. 15 at the age of 91. Here, some of his most memorable roles.
Harry Dean Stanton, the character actor with the world-weary face who carved out an exceptional career playing grizzled loners and colorful, offbeat characters in such films as Paris, Texas and Repo Man, has died. Stanton, who also was memorable in Cool Hand Luke (1967), Two-Lane Blacktop (1971), Ridley Scott’s Alien (1979), John Carpenter’s Escape From New York (1981) and John Hughes’ Pretty in Pink(1986) — in fact, what wasn’t he memorable in? — died Friday afternoon of natural causes at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, his agent, John Kelly, told The Hollywood Reporter.
Jessican Chastain, co-star Michael Greyeyes, and director Susanna White talk 'Woman Walks Ahead,' a tale of an portrait artist and Sitting Bull in 1880
Director Andy Muschietti and producer Barbara Muschietti came to Yahoo’s Los Angeles studios for a Facebook Live this week and dropped some information about the upcoming sequel they are currently developing with the first chapter’s co-screenwriter, Gary Dauberman. “We still have Chapter 2 that Andy and Gary are working on,” Barbara Muschietti told us. “We have an outline that we all like,” shared Andy Muschietti.
The violent, allegorical thriller Mother! (now in theaters) is not the kind of film that gets billed as “fun for the whole family.” Yet it’s a daring, dazzling showcase for the talent involved — in other words, the kind of movie a mother could love, if she’s the mother of Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, or director Darren Aronofsky. Speaking a few hours before the New York City premiere of Mother!, both star Lawrence and writer-director Aronofsky (who have been dating since the film wrapped) said their mothers would be joining them at the screening. “My whole family is seeing it,” Lawrence told Yahoo Movies. “I’m mostly worried about my brothers.
At 27, Jennifer Lawrence takes on what she describes as her most challenging role yet in the new Darren Aronofsky thriller Mother!, hitting theaters this weekend. With three films in production for 2018, we can look forward to more stylish red carpet appearances by the Oscar-winning actress in the future — and if the past is our guide, she’s a welcome presence at any movie premiere. For evidence, take a look back at 10 years’ worth of memorable red carpet moments starting with her professional breakthrough as a TV actress in 2007.
Jamie Lee Curtis will reprise her iconic role in Blumhouse’s upcoming “Halloween” reboot, the production company announced on Friday.
New installment of Millennium franchise will commence production in January in Berlin and Stockholm, directed by Fede Alvarez for Oct. 19, 2018, release
'Let It Go' is a brilliant spectacle, as poignant as it is jaw-dropping, that should help ensure a hearty run in N.Y.; Broadway previews begin in February
Brad Pitt co-wrote script to be directed by James Gray ('The Lost City of Z') and to costar Tommy Lee Jones, Ruth Negga, Jamie Kennedy, Donald Sutherland
Actress admits she developed some attachment issues for her animatronic offspring in new psychological-horror thriller.
New prequel, bridging gaps between original and upcoming sequel, was directed by Ridley Scott's son, Luke.
Carrie Fisher-Debbie Reynolds auction on Oct. 7-9 in Los Angeles; also includes life-size Princess Leia with blaster statue in a vintage wooden phone booth