Yahoo Music caught up with Jane Wiedlin and Charlotte Caffey to discuss sexism, ageism, and why the Go-Go’s really belong in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Alden Ehrenreich and Donald Glover talk about their experiences with "Star Wars" legends Harrison Ford and Billy Dee Williams.
Deadpool's sidekick Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand) and Yukio (Shioli Kutsana) are an item in the new sequel.
One of the "weirdest bands in the world," this robot-helmeted parody duo garnered famous fans like Air, MTV's Kurt Loder, and even successors Daft Punk.
Rumors about the show's return have picked up steam in the wake of successful TV revivals like "Roseanne" and "The X-Files," but Eliza Dushku doesn't think it's coming back.
Emilia Clarke gleefully recalls turning bright red watching Brad Pitt bid for some QT with her to watch "GoT."
"We'd go where we were told to go," says Dave Gahan, "and we'd end up on these TV shows — this was one in particular where some sort of farmyard scene was the set."
Penn Badgley's latest role is a bookstore clerk who becomes obsessed — and not in a cutesy "Sleepless in Seattle" kind of way — with a woman he meets there.
Simon Pegg recalls that "J.J. [Abrams] emailed us with the possibility before it was announced, and everyone was so excited," as he described the history-making choice for director of "Star Trek 4."
Screenwriter Stephen McFeely accepts the blame for Tom Holland's opening night blunder.
"Avengers: Infinity War" writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely talk about major changes they made to the film along the way.
Mackenzie Davis and Charlize Theron think "Tully" has more in common with the Denzel Washington cop thriller "Training Day" than with the 1964 musical "Mary Poppins."
“This is what I wanted to do in the first place, and then the record company made me put it out without the videos, because they didn't believe in the record." So says Young.
"Avengers: Infinity War" screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely admit that sometimes a shot is better suited for a film's marketing.
As a two-decade veteran of the film industry, the "Sharknado" actress speaks from experience when she wonders whether her 2002 collegiate comedy could be made today.
The film's writers explained the bold decision of the television show's creators to give Dr. Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer) a brother (David Hyde Pierce's Dr. Niles Crane) who, instead of being an opposite to play off of, was "even more like Frasier than Frasier."
The model says she's glad that her story's played out the way it did, regardless of the few naysayers she's encountered.
Egerton, the newest actor to play Robin Hood, says of the upcoming film, “It’s rock ’n’ roll, it’s high octane, the movie is fast and pacy and doesn’t let up.”
Packing on the pounds for a movie role isn't nearly as enjoyable as you would think it is, according to the Oscar winner.
Four-time Oscar nominee Ed Harris shares his thoughts on his surprisingly diverse decades-long career in movies and television.
You had to figure real-life TSA agents enjoyed Lil Rel Howery's hilarious — and heroic — portrayal of Rod Williams in last year's sleeper hit/pop culture phenomenon, "Get Out."
"The movie's just really built an audience in the two years since it's been out," said Feig. "I get contacted every day by people who are such fans of it, and so many women who are inspired by seeing women in science."
The buzzy upcoming actioner “Alita: Battle Angel” has been a passion project for producers James Cameron and Jon Landau since 2000.
While late night TV hosts are tracking the goings-on of President Trump, Twitter, and the rest of the world, Jay Leno is focused on cars.