Images from a secret photo shoot surface on stars' social media as a who's-who of the Marvel Cinematic Universe gather in Los Angeles.
Once upon a time stars were advised not to ruffle feathers by expressing political views for fear of hurting their brand, but that time has passed.
There are something like 32,000 Marvel characters in the upcoming superhero ensemble Avengers: Infinity War, so naturally when the stars hit the red carpet at this weekend’s D23 Expo, we wondered what the vibe has been like on set so far. Is it chaotic? Is it cliquey? Are they all just one big happy family?
FBI Director James Comey testified in a hearing before the House intelligence committee on Monday, March 20. The hearing’s featured witnesses included Comey and Adm. Michael S. Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency.
On Wednesday’s "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the cast of "Captain America: Civil War" commiserated over their elaborate costumes. Except for Emily VanCamp, of course.
Don Cheadle in ‘Miles Ahead’ (Sony Pictures Classics) By Nick Schager Don Cheadle flails about trying to channel the spirit of late jazz-trumpeting legend Miles Davis in Miles Ahead, a biopic that rejects typical genre conventions to the point of chasing itself down lame, tangential paths. A wild, and wildly uneven, free-form investigation of Davis’ turbulent personal and professional life that’s bolstered by an outsized lead performance, the film — premiering as the closing-night selection of this year’s New York Film Festival — is set to open next year through Sony Classics, though its all-over-the-place style will temper mainstream theatrical interest. Rather, it opens with a quote, and then blink-and-you’ll-miss-it footage of Davis in the studio, before settling in with the artist as he gives an interview to reporter Dave Braden (Ewan McGregor), during which he immediately admonishes the journalist to ditch his “corny” Walter Cronkite shtick and “come with some attitude.” Wearing giant sunglasses and one of his many flamboyant open-collared shirts, his hair in a frizzy afro and his mouth constantly pulling on a cigarette, Cheadle’s Davis has attitude to spare.
Here’s the first footage of Don Cheadle playing late jazz great Miles Davis in the upcoming biopic Miles Ahead. In the exclusive clip above, we see Cheadle as Davis during a studio session with his band, and it’s clear the trumpet player has a precise sound in mind. Reporter Dave Braden, played by Ewan McGregor, manages to work his way into the famed musician’s house, and from there, the two set out on an odyssey to recover a stolen tape of Davis’s latest arrangements.
This year’s Emmy nominees in the major acting categories boast a wide array of talents… but that doesn’t mean every role they ever took is award-worthy. Here, we dive deep into the nominees’ IMDb pages and pull out the kind of not-so-flattering roles that they’d prefer you didn’t remember, thanks.