The star of 'E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial' reflects on Steven Spielberg's 1982 blockbuster on its 40th anniversary.
The actor looks back at his role in the classic Steven Spielberg blockbuster and his struggles with childhood fame.
The Extra-Terrestrial reunites with beloved friend Elliott in four-minute ad for Comcast's Xfinity based off Steven Spielberg's 1982 film
"Doctor Sleep" Mike Flanagan offers two very good reasons why Jack Nicholson does not reprise the role of Jack Torrance in the new sequel to "The Shining."
Robert MacNaughton, who played Michael in "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial," shares inside stories from his accidental audition to the wrenching "Code Blue" scene.
Henry Thomas has had a steady, flourishing acting career in Hollywood for three-and-a-half decades. “You’re always remembered for something great, and a lot of people regard E.T. as a great film,” Thomas said in one of the all-time great understatements in Yahoo Movies history (watch above). “I figured out that I could think of my childhood dog that had died, and I could bring myself to tears.” Thomas said about his teary audition for Spielberg that went viral when unearthed several years ago.
Ouija: Origin of Evil is now out in theaters and has been receiving good reviews. Sometimes when filming a horror movie, strange occurrences can stand out more than they might on another film genre’s set. Yahoo invited one of the film’s stars, Henry Thomas, to our Los Angeles studio and asked if he noticed anything spooky going down while working on the movie.