The stars and director offer different theories about the will-they-or-won't-they moment that will have everybody talking.
Good luck trying to name director Guillermo del Toro‘s best work from a filmography that includes Cronos (1993), The Devil’s Backbone (2001), Hellboy (2003), and Pan’s Labyrinth (2006). “It was a terrible filmmaking experience,” he offered candidly.
Many were surprised when Annette Bening missed out on an Oscar nomination last year for her acclaimed star turn in 20th Century Women. Fortunately, the oft-nominated actress should be back in contention this year for the new drama Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, in which she plays a real-life Oscar winner, Golden Age of Hollywood leading lady Gloria Grahame. As you’ll see in the film’s new trailer, premiering exclusively on Yahoo Entertainment, those glory days are long past when we pick up with Grahame’s story. No longer living the high life in La La Land, she’s now treading second-rate boards in Liverpool, looking for that proverbial next act.
Actor Dan Stevens explains how Dickens's novella helped jump-start Yuletide celebrations; he also fills us in on the upcoming season of "Legion."
Yahoo Entertainment talked to Clark about the theme song and find out what superpowers the Austin, Texas, virtuoso employed to make the cover such a raging success.
Dwayne Johnson plays a researcher trying to find a cure for his monster gorilla, who's running amok with a giant wolf and croc.
Jordan Peele's racially-charged horror thriller "Get Out" has been submitted for Golden Globe Award consideration in the "comedy" category, but Peele doesn't necessarily agree with that characterization.
Ffirst footage shows a family of four living in the woods in a rundown house and using sign language... for a very good reason.
Director Brian Bertino co-wrote this reboot to his popular horror film "The Strangers," which hits theaters on March 9, 2018.
Meet the cast of J.K. Rowling's new sequel, which finds Dumbledore and Scamander facing off against Johnny Depp.
This innocuously irreverent faith-based cartoon re-imagines the nativity story from the perspective of the animals who witnessed Jesus' birth.
McDonagh's darkly hilarious drama captures the present American moment better than any other awards-season contender.
Denzel Washington characters rarely lack confidence, and neither does the criminal defense attorney he plays in the new legal drama Roman J. Israel, Esq. The film, written and directed by Dan Gilroy (Nightcrawler), follows the challenging journey of Israel, a behind-the-scenes defense attorney forced into a more public role after the death of his longtime partner and face of the law firm.
There was one Oscar hopeful who really stood out on the red carpet of Saturday’s Governors Awards in Hollywood. Brooklynn Prince, the 7-year-old ingénue of Sean Baker’s acclaimed drama The Florida Project, has been doing press rounds for the film since it debuted at Cannes in May, and she already comes across as a seasoned pro. Asked why people need to see her debut film, Brooklynn responded, “Because of the message.
Who knew that Steven Spielberg's little Easter egg would still be one of Hollywood's top inside jokes four decades later?
Actor Mark Hamill gave "Star Wars" fans the surprise of their lives Tuesday night when he crashed a ride at Disneyland in California. In a video posted on his Twitter page, Hamill, 66, comes out of nowhere during the Star Tours ride introduction as fans take their seats and get instructions on what to expect before their adventure begins. "The captain did mention something about a special passenger,” a Disney employee tells fans who are all seated and ready to go.
Ahead of time, this year’s “Blade Runner” sequel looked like a box office smash, but it stumbled. In a Facebook Live interview, its director told Yahoo Entertainment he’s still coming to grips with that.
The new DC Comics movie is the anti-'Batman v Superman': a superhero epic that's more light than dark, and the essence of generic competence.