John David Washington would reenact his father Denzel's film "Glory" for hours at a time when he was a kid. Now he stars in Spike Lee's "BlacKkKlansman."
Denzel Washington and son John David Washington get side-by-side movie promos in the New York City subways
In a twist straight out of a movie, “The Equalizer 2” shot past “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” to steal the box office crown. Going into the weekend, it looked like “Mamma Mia! 2” would easily debut at No. 1. Final numbers won’t come in until Monday, but weekend estimates show Sony’s “The Equalizer” […]
Denzel Washington is one of the most acclaimed actors of his generation, equally adept at rigorous drama, sweet romance, and no-nonsense action. It’s the latter vein in which he’ll be working with this weekend’s The Equalizer 2, the first sequel of his long and illustrious career, which will find him revisiting the character of Robert McCall for another tale of urban vigilante justice. “I do a lot of them,” Washington informs Foxx during their amusing sit-down ahead of Friday’s release of The Equalizer 2.
Denzel Washington has a pretty simple explanation for why Robert McCall is the first film character he's played twice: "They wrote a script and I read it and I liked it."
“Mean Girls” and “SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical” led the field with 12 Tony Award nominations each on Tuesday, including Best Musical.
Jesus Shuttlesworth (Ray Allen) was supposed to crush his father, Jake (Denzel Washington), in the finale scene in "He Got Game." But fate — in the form of some lucky shots — intervened.
John David Washington started his acting career as a background player in 'Malcolm X,' which featured his father, Denzel Washington, in the lead role.
Plot details are scarce, other than that Washington will reprise his role as a former special ops agent who helps those who can’t defend themselves.
James Corden sent 297 copies of "Philadelphia" to President Trump in the hopes that it would make him care about HIV/AIDS.
Bill Gates may be a revolutionary figure in the tech industry, but that doesn’t mean his kids benefit from today’s hottest gadgets. Gates and his wife, Melinda, believe that limits should apply to children in the digital age.
Although Oscars are usually awarded for achievements in serious drama, that doesn’t mean we all can’t have a few laughs while the little gold men are being doled out.
This Sunday, Denzel Washington and Viola Davis will both be up for Oscars — he in the Best Actor category, she for Best Supporting Actress — for their work in Fences, an adaptation of August Wilson’s Pulitzer- and Tony-winning play that’s also a contender for the Academy’s biggest prize, Best Picture. Making Washington’s performance even more impressive is that he pulled it off while also directing the acclaimed film, and in a new behind-the-scenes featurette, debuting exclusively at Yahoo Movies (watch it above), he and his fellow artists discuss the tremendous, and tricky, work required to wear these two hats at once. The clip, taken from the film’s upcoming digital and Blu-ray home video releases, finds Washington, Davis, and others addressing Washington’s decision to work both sides of the camera for Fences.
Denzel and Pauletta Washington have been married for 33 years. They met in 1977 on the set of the TV movie Wilma, where they both made their onscreen debut. They got married six years later and have been together ever since. Denzel and Pauletta are always together on the red carpet. She was there when he won both of his Oscars. Denzel and Pauletta are serious #couplegoals.
Taraji P. Henson, from right, Janelle Monae, Octavia Spencer, Kimberly Quinn, and Saniyya Sidney, foreground left, accept the award for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture for “Hidden Figures” at the 23rd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall on Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017, in Los Angeles. Fox’s historical drama Hidden Figures won top SAG Award for top ensemble cast on Sunday in an awards show that also saw Fences, Moonlight and La La Land receive recogntion.
The 23rd annual Screen Actors Guild went as expected — it’s an organization that has a habit of rewarding frontrunners and repeat winners, after all. So it came as little surprise that Emma Stone and Viola Davis took home trophies. Read More: Awards: The Contenders
Denzel Washington and Viola Davis may have the biggest Oscar buzz, but there is simply no Fences star cuter than the drama’s precocious young star Saniyya Sidney. Sidney, who has also appeared in Roots and American Horror Story, recalled her reaction to first hearing about the film, a family drama set in 1950s Pittsburgh and based on the Tony Award-winning play by August Wilson.
Many of the winners from Sunday’s 74th Golden Globe Awards gave memorable speeches. When Ryan Gosling won for Best Actor in “La La Land,” he joked about being confused for Ryan Reynolds. He then thanked his partner, Eva Mendes, for her support while he was making the film, saying, “My lady was raising our daughter, pregnant with our second, and trying to help her brother fight his battle with cancer.” Gosling dedicated his award Mendes’s brother who passed away.
It’s been a very interesting year for covering movies. We can say that because we here at Yahoo Movies have witnessed some of the most talked-about, newsworthy, hilarious, and even heartfelt moments firsthand while interviewing the actors and creators behind the biggest films of 2016.
Versatility and consistency were the hallmarks for these performers, who won acclaim for roles in the past calendar year more than once