A red carpet fixture for three decades, Berry is back on the scene for this weekend's opening of "Kingsman: The Golden Circle."
Harry Dean Stanton and filmmaker/actor David Lynch talk about a lost tortoise in an exclusive clip from "Lucky."
From Rushmore to Moonlight Kingdom, Wes Anderson has made a number of great films. Nearly a decade after that stop-motion delight, Anderson is playing with miniature puppets again in Isle of Dogs, an original story inspired by a pair of creative forces that, on the surface, couldn’t seem more different: Akira Kurosawa and Ray Harryhausen. Isle of Dogs is actually the second Japanese-influenced stop-motion animated feature to be released in the past two years.
Kenneth Branagh's lavish throwback makes us wonder which A-list cast member committed the deadly crime. The just-released second trailer showcases them all, along with the film’s classy production values.
As master of macabre hits milestone birthday, we ask him to revisit the adaptation that he believes didn't get a fair shake.
Bernie Casey, the former NFL star known for his work in the films “Boxcar Bertha” and “Revenge of the Nerds,” died on Tuesday in Los Angeles after a brief illness, Variety has confirmed. He was 78. Casey made his film debut in the 1969 sequel “Guns of the Magnificent Seven.” He then acted alongside fellow... Read more »
Brie Larson talks about her directorial debut 'Unicorn Store,' which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Liman and his "American Made" star, Tom Cruise, are looking to revisit their first collaboration, 2014's time-traveling alien-invasion movie, "Edge of Tomorrow."
The groundbreaking animated film “Loving Vincent,” which opens in limited release on Friday, is the first fully oil-painted animated film. Yahoo Movies offers an exclusive clip.
First full preview introduces film's protagonists, a pair of deaf children living 50 years apart.
Sandler is earning some of the best reviews of his career for Noah Baumbach's deep dive into Jewish family dysfunction.
Jake LaMotta, the brutish former boxing champion whose life of violence in and out of the ring was portrayed in the movie "Raging Bull," died on Tuesday, according to one of his daughters. LaMotta, who admitted intentionally losing a fight at the behest of mobsters, was in his 90s, listing his birthday as July 10, 1922, while other sources had the year as 1921. LaMotta's seventh wife, Denise Baker, told ABC News that the boxer, who had been living in a nursing home in Miami, died of complications of pneumonia.
Jumanji isn’t a board game anymore, and that means there are new rules to follow. For example, don’t give Kevin Hart cake. The second trailer for Sony’s action-comedy Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (in theaters Dec. 20) nods to the classic children’s book that inspired the story, about an adventure-themed board game that invades the real world.