An all-female heist squad targets the Met Gala in the latest trailer for the much-anticipated spinoff from the Clooney-powered crime capers.
Eli Roth directs this chilling adaptation of John Bellairs' children's book of the same name.
With equality and women’s rights continuing to be at the forefront of Hollywood conversation, here is a look at the best empowerment speeches delivered by women at the Oscars.
The screenwriter behind Marvel’s latest blockbuster explains origin of the film's big secret and which bits wound up on cutting-room floor.
On "The Late Late Show With James Corden," the cast of "Thor: Ragnarok" surprised an audience at an early screening of the film to act out scenes from the movie.
Thor battles his sister and Marvel franchise fatigue alike as director Taika Waititi injects a welcome dose of self-parody into the character's standalone series.
Get a closer look at Thor, Loki, Grandmaster, Odin, Hela, Heimdall, Valkyrie, and the Hulk in colorful set of new character posters for upcoming 'Ragnarok'
If you stayed for the credits of last year's “Doctor Strange,” you may remember Thor requesting the help of the magician. Well, wouldn’t you know it — that wasn‘t the superheroes’ last encounter.
Val Kilmer has a megacrush on Cate Blanchett. As we’ve mentioned, Val Kilmer’s Twitter is a treasure trove of bizarre stories about other celebrities, but his new one about Cate Blanchett is creeper to the max. It started with a post about how the Top Gun actor, 57, once “flew all the way to Australia just to talk to” the blonde, 47.
Sometimes stars prove to be their own biggest fans. Not only do they pose with their likeness (twinning!), they have someone take their photo while they’re doing it, and then share it with their millions of followers. You can’t say they don’t have healthy egos! See the photos…
The Ocho have arrived. Warner Bros. has just released the first official image of the ensemble of Ocean’s 8 — the all-female spinoff of the Ocean’s Eleven series starring George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Matt Damon.
We’re inching closer to Sunday’s 88th Annual Academy Awards, where Cate Blanchett will glam up for the red carpet and attend the ceremony as a nominee for the seventh time (having won twice, for The Aviator and Blue Jasmine). This year’s honor comes for her typically mesmerizing work in the acclaimed romance Carol, about a troubled housewife who subtly seduces a younger shopgirl (Rooney Mara) in 1950s New York.
Will fall audiences swoon for Carol? Early reports from Cannes and Telluride suggest many critics did, at least. The period romance from director Todd Haynes (I’m Not There, Safe) stars Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara as two women who find themselves stunned to be falling for each other in 1950s New York City. Watch the first U.S. trailer above.
A day after Gus Van Sant’s The Sea of Trees got some boos from the press corps at Cannes, Todd Haynes’s period romance Carol earned bravos at its press screening. The cheers were well-deserved — as was the insanely early awards-season chatter both for the movie and for the stunning performances from Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara. A remarkably well-made in-competition drama, Carol is a marvel: A stirring, obsessive romance, it evokes a 1950s New York that feels both impossibly distant and unmistakably familiar. Carol is structured as a flashback: We open with Therese (Mara) and Carol (Blanchett) sitting at a table in an elegant tea room.