“Sometimes you’re made to feel like you’re not good-looking enough to get a role,” the 40-year-old Scottish star said in an interview with The Telegraph.
Stephen King admits he was "high as a kite" when he wrote some of his most famous work and can't remember how he came up with plot points.
Bill Hader was not excited about receiving a framed photo of young "It: Chapter 2" costar Finn Wolfhard.
Jessica Chastain "outs" her "It Chapter Two" costar Jay Ryan as a former clown stripper.
A just-released trailer for the highly-anticipated sequel to the 2017 blockbuster — based on Stephen King’s beloved 1986 novel — offers a small taste of the bloodshed that’s in store when the grown-up Losers return to Derry, Maine, to face off against their childhood nemesis, Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård). One of those Losers is Jessica Chastain, who is definitely a winner when it comes to the cast member that spent the most time in the sticky red stuff. Speaking at San Diego Comic-Con — where the trailer had its world premiere — the Oscar-nominated actress described a scene that required her to be covered in blood up to, and over, her head.
“The end [of 'Dark Phoenix'] changed a hell of a lot. The finale HAD to change," says James McAvoy.
"Split" star James McAvoy turned his shirt into an Oscars diary. McAvoy arrived at the 2019 Academy Awards spotless. And when on stage with co-presenter Danai Gurira (who awarded the Oscar for sound editing to "Bohemian Rhapsody"), the actor's shirt was still mark-free. Cut to the Vanity Fair after-party: the Brit arrived covered in autographs. […]
With his long-awaited sequel, "Glass," M. Night Shyamalan ventures into territory that most Marvel- and DC-derived superhero movies have feared to tread.
It's clear that audiences are increasingly hungry for comic book movies that challenge the genre's status quo. That trend toward the all-new, all-different superhero movie continues with "Glass," the latest film from M. Night Shyamalan.
With Disney acquiring Fox's film assets sometime this year, the "X-Men" superheroes will finally be able to join the MCU.
James McAvoy has been lined up as host of the next “Saturday Night Live.” The “Glass” star will make his “SNL” hosting debut with the Jan. 26 episode of the NBC live sketch show. He will be joined by rapper Meek Mill as musical guest. McAvoy’s episode will be the show’s second following its winter hiatus, with “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” star Rachel Brosnahan set to host this Saturday’s episode alongside musical guest Greta Van Fleet. Also Read: 'Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' Star Rachel Brosnahan to Host First 'SNL' of 2019 Mark your calendars ???? James McAvoy and @MeekMill are coming to #SNL! pic.twitter.com/3QggOqHkop — Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) January 14, 2019 The 44th season of “SNL” has already made multiple political waves. The premiere episode featured a special guest appearance by Matt Damon, playing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and musical guest Kanye West wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat on stage and giving a pro-Donald Trump speech that didn’t air. In its final episode before Christmas, “SNL” brought back Alec Baldwin as President Donald Trump for a cold open sketch parodying “It’s a Wonderful Life,” dubbed “It’s a Wonderful Trump.” In this version of the story, Baldwin’s Trump feels despondent about the way his presidency is going and wishes that he had never become president. He’s led on this journey by Clarence, played by “SNL” regular Kenan Thompson. “Saturday Night Live” is produced in association with Broadway Video. The creator and executive producer is Lorne Michaels. Read original story ‘Glass’ Star James McAvoy to Host ‘Saturday Night Live’ At TheWrap
In M. Night Shyamalan's "Glass," Mr. Glass proves to be the manipulative mastermind behind the ultimate good vs. evil battle in sequel to "Unbreakable" and "Split."
First look at Fox's final entry in its long-running superhero series before Professor X, Magneto, and their mutant pals move to Disney's Marvel Cinematic Universe.
M. Night Shyamalan's long-awaited follow-up to his unconventional superhero story "Unbreakable" premiered its official full trailer for enthusiastic crowds at the San Diego Comic-Con on Friday.
With Jessica Chastain officially on board “It: Chapter 2,” New Line has now begun to zero in on who will play the rest of the Losers Club with James McAvoy and Bill Hader in talks to join the next installment. Sources tell Variety that McAvoy is in talks for the role of Bill, who was played by […]
McAvoy revealed that when he was young man he tried to groom his genitalia with his grandfather's straight-edge razor.
Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau visits the 'X-Men: Dark Phoenix' cast on location in Montreal — and chance he's in the running to play Northstar?
Jessica Chastain is in talks to star as the villain in Fox’s X-Men spinoff “Dark Phoenix” with Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Sophie Turner, and Nicholas Hoult all returning to the franchise. Fox also announced Wednesday that Simon Kinberg is making his directorial debut on the tentpole from his own adaptation. He’s best known... <a href="http://variety.com/2017/film/news/jessica-chastain-x-men-spinoff-dark-phoenix-1202465954/" title="Read Jessica Chastain in Talks for Villain Role in X-Men Spinoff ‘Dark Phoenix’">Read more »</a><img src="http://media.zenfs.com/en_US/Entertainment/Variety/pc17#038;c26035310#038;c310000#038;cv2.0#038;cj1" class="editorial"/>
Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson are set to return for 'Glass,' which brings together the stories of writer-director M. Night Shyamalan's two big hits
The two best American action movies of the past decade are Mad Max: Fury Road and John Wick. Thus, it sounds like an extremely shrewd idea to take the former’s star, Charlize Theron, and pair her with the latter’s director, David Leitch (who’s also helming Deadpool 2), for Atomic Blonde, a stylish, espionage-tinged beat-‘em-up. Opening with a scantily clad Theron taping a recording wire to her body, and then engaging in a prolonged bit of hand-to-hand combat in a hallway against two thugs, it’s a decidedly John Wick-esque brand of rugged, expertly choreographed violence.
Split has been the No. 1 movie in the country for two weeks, but while audiences may be enjoying M. Night Shyamalan’s latest film, the critics are increasingly going after it. Split is a psychological horror film about a character with dissociative identity disorder (DID, or as it was previously known, “multiple identity disorder”). Split, featuring James McAvoy, is doing well at the box office, but many are critical of it.
M. Night Shyamalan’s latest horror-thriller, Split, easily topped the chart after trumping the competition with a far better-than-expected $40.2 million from 3,015 theaters for Blumhouse and Universal. Split, starring James McAvoy as a kidnapper with 24 personalities, was fueled by younger moviegoers. The film, earning a B+ CinemaScore, is rated PG-13.