Based on bestselling children’s book, the story follows a princess whose castle and royal wardrobe are destroyed by a dragon on the eve of her wedding.
The latest episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" further suggests that the once riotous HBO comedy has become rather creaky and aimless, says Ken Tucker.
Second trailer for upcoming threequel gives audiences an extended look at the Barden Bellas' "farewell tour."
Last week, Netflix released the first glimpse of the long-awaited sequel series to the cult classic, showing us how some of our favorite characters have “blossomed” since that fateful and absurd last day at Camp Firewood. All Eight episodes of Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later will be available Friday, August 4 on Netflix.
On March 29, Planned Parenthood held a rally on Capitol Hill to oppose Congress’s plans to defund Planned Parenthood.
There's a surprise scene that figures to delight longtime Rangers fans; we'll explain it here for those newbies who may get the reference
As the saying goes, “Art is everywhere.” These stars — including Halle Berry, Jennifer Lopez, Taylor Swift, and more — found it while on the move, in unexpected places, and passed it along.
It might seem hard to believe for an actress who has played Effie Trinket over four Hunger Games films, but Elizabeth Banks might be playing her most outlandish role yet — the evil and powerful Rita Repulsa — in the upcoming Power Rangers. Of course, the character, made famous by Machiko Soga in the original series, was no wallflower to begin with, which is what attracted Banks to the role. “We were very much about her essence, you know, really finding the playfulness and the unhinged, wild-eyed crazy quality of her that I think people will love about her, and which I love about her,” Banks told Khail Anonymous at the press junket for Power Rangers.
Elizabeth Banks reprised her role as Cam and Mitchell’s hot-mess friend Sal on Wednesday’s Modern Family. She crashed their event-filled Valentine’s Day plans, along with her son, whom she claimed she was raising gay. Sal, a little sauced up, complained about her boyfriend ditching her on Valentine’s Day, so she did what any scorned woman would do: try to destroy his yacht.
The DNC made history on Tuesday night, officially minting Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee for president of the United States. With Clinton set to make her acceptance speech on Thursday, the evening was dedicated to the theme “Fights of Her Life: Kids and Families,” highlighting Clinton’s dedication to supporting the rights, needs, and dreams of families, women, and children — particularly those who have been left behind.
Paul Dano as Brian Wilson in ‘Love & Mercy’ (Roadside Attractions) Though it’s not making much noise at the box office, Steve Jobs has been roundly praised by critics, with many kudos for the untraditional, three-part structure director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin employ in looking at the life of the late Apple CEO. It could be in line for a gaggle of awards, including for lead actor Michael Fassbender, but it might not actually be the year’s best unconventional biopic. Months before Jobs there was Love & Mercy, the Brian Wilson biopic that’s had a slow-burn effect, steadily building up buzz and positive word of mouth since debuting at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2014. While Jobs centers all of its action chronologically, in real-time as the tech maverick prepares to give three major presentations, Love & Mercy pivots between two seminal periods in the life of the iconic Beach Boys’ singer-songwriter, with two different actors playing him.
Netflix decided to revive Wet Hot American Summer as an eight-episode limited series. It’ll take place during the summer before the film (which was set on the last day of Camp Firewood). The actors, now some 15 years older, will be playing slightly younger versions of the characters they played in the original movie.
To get you all packed up and ready for another trip to Camp Firewood, Yahoo TV chatted with creators Michael Showalter and David Wain and came away with seven things to know about your next summer TV binge-watch.
After spending 13 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, Victoria Aveyard’s Red Queen is just about ready for movie adaptation, likely directed by Elizabeth Banks. The action of the first novel kicks off when 17-year-old Red Mare Barrow discovers she too has a special power and can control lightning. When she’s thrust into the royal family, she takes the opportunity to go undercover for the Scarlet Guard, a growing rebel army, and finds she has a friend among them: her Silver betrothed, Prince Maven.