Don't think Andy Serkis (Supreme Leader Snoke), Domhnall Gleeson (General Hux), and Gwendoline Christie (Captain Phasma) are suffering from hero envy.
During a visit to Build Series in New York City, the guitarist showed off his sense of humor, and addressed some more serious, timely issues, such as misogyny and racism.
"Star Wars" movies have been influencing names for decades, so clearly the new generation of characters from a galaxy far, far away introduced in "The Force Awakens" and returning in "The Last Jedi" will leave their imprint on young Padawans.
The “Stay (I Missed You)” singer-songwriter has earned a whole new generation of fans with her growing collection of clever, catchy children's music.
"The finale is very much Letty in her head dealing with who she is, what she's done, and where she can go from here," showrunner Chad Hodge says.
Paul Fusco, who created and voiced ALF, tells us the true -- and truly heartbreaking -- story behind "ALF's Special Christmas," which premiered precisely 30 years ago on Dec. 14, 1987.
When you think of award-worthy performances, you think profound. In the case of Allison Janney's scene-stealing work in “I, Tonya,” the more suitable word would be be profane.
"I felt like I was about to play the Super Bowl," says Tran, who plays Rose Tico. "I knew all the plays. I knew exactly what was going to happen. And then you see R2-D2, and you're like, 'I'm thrown off.’"
On Dec. 12, Smithereens singer Pat DiNizio passed away at age 62. In tribute, we're running Yahoo Music's interview with the New Jersey powerpop hero from 2014.
It’s not easy to get hold of actual props from a “Star Wars” movie, unless you were actually in a “Star Wars” movie. Yahoo Entertainment asked members of the “Last Jedi” cast whether they have a favorite reminder of their work on the film.
When writer-director Alex Garland read Annihilation, the bestselling science-fiction novel by Jeff VanderMeer, the filmmaker was struck by the sensation of being inside a dream. “What I did was, I took a really weird approach to the adaptation,” Garland, whose last film was the sci-fi sleeper hit Ex Machina, exclusivelyexplained to Yahoo Entertainment. In other words, Garland committed to an unfaithful adaptation, using VanderMeer’s work as inspiration (with the novelist’s blessing).
In the acclaimed new mockumentary "I Tonya," Margot Robbie made it clear to her real-life subject that she was playing "a character," not Harding herself, who was banned from the sport in 1994 after her associates attacked rival Nancy Kerrigan.
"To my knowledge, I was never going to be in VII, VIII, IX, anyway. It was going to be in the future with all new characters," Mark Hamill says.
“The Force Awakens” was a game-changer for Daisy Ridley and John Boyega, instantly catapulting them to worldwide fame.
The songs “Water Guns” and “Papi” from Hall’s 2016 visual album, “Straight Outta Oz,” anticipated issues dominating the news today. His next album is slated for March 2018.
Ahead of the Dec. 12 premiere of "Judd Apatow: The Return" on Netflix, the "Trainwreck" director explains what brought him back to the stage.
Kirby talked to Yahoo Entertainment about Margaret’s tortured journey this season, bringing sexiness to "The Crown," and the comparison to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s recent engagement.
It’s not exactly at the Gary Oldman-as-Winston Churchill level, but Margot Robbie is getting high marks for disappearing underneath the skin of disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding in the new mockumentary I, Tonya. “I worked a lot with a movement coach to alter my physicality and create certain mannerisms for the character of Tonya,” Robbie (The Wolf of Wall Street, Suicide Squad) told Yahoo Entertainment at the film’s Los Angeles press day (watch above). Considering Harding, whose skating career ended in 1994 after her associates infamously attacked rival Olympian Nancy Kerrigan, rose to prominence from lower-class Oregon in the early ’90s, the film’s stylists mined a very specific source to groom Robbie for the role.
Scott Foley and Dave Annable portray Jeffrey MacDonald and 'Fatal Vision' author Joe McGinniss, respectively, in Investigation Discovery's 'Final Vision.'
Blake Griffin gets the crowd laughing at his comedy show. NBA star Blake Griffin usually makes people cheer over his moves on the basketball court, but more and more he’s also making people laugh. On Thursday, he hosted Comedy by Blake, an event benefiting his Team Griffin Foundation in which Griffin and five of his favorite comedians — John Mulaney, Whitney Cummings, Phoebe Robinson, Jim Jefferies, and Norm Macdonald — all took a turn at the mic.
Anyone of a certain age — or anyone who's heard of MTV, period — is familiar with the iconic 1984 synthpop hit “Take on Me” by Norwegian band A-ha. Recently reborn in a raw, stripped-down version, it's become an internet sensation.
The singer, who has been in the spotlight for years, says she earlier thought, “Wow, my worst nightmare might come true. Instead of people caring about music, people are going to care about who’s snogging who.” Now she’s refocusing on more important issues.
Go to any Día de los Muertos celebration, says Coco co-director Adrian Molina, and “you’ll invariably see photos of Frida Kahlo.” The magical-realist painter, who died in 1954 at the age of 47, is even more beloved in Mexico now than she was in her lifetime. Molina has chosen to honor Kahlo in a different way: by making her a Pixar character. In Coco, a boy named Miguel takes a journey into the Land of the Dead to find his great-great-grandfather, whom he believes to be a famous singer.
John Cena says he's "hopelessly in love" with his fianceé Nikki Bella, and he knows exactly what kind of wedding he wants.