Speaking with Yahoo Entertainment before the release of his latest film, Last Flag Flying, Linklater says that he and the movie’s trio of stars — Bryan Cranston, Steve Carell, and Laurence Fishburne — took great enjoyment in each other’s company. “These guys are very funny and smart, but also very dramatic” Linklater says. Adapted by Linklater and author Darryl Ponicsan from his 2005 novel, Last Flag Flying tells the story of three Vietnam veterans who embark on an impromptu road trip to bury a young Marine.
Laurence Fishburne believes that his new film, about mourning a dead serviceman, should be the kind of story Hollywood embraces.
Cranston adamant he's not playing a version of Jack Nicholson in Richard Linklater's spiritual sequel to "The Last Detail."
Images from a secret photo shoot surface on stars' social media as a who's-who of the Marvel Cinematic Universe gather in Los Angeles.
"Black-ish" star Laurence Fishburne and his wife Gina Torres split in the early fall of last year.
Potential Oscar contender is the long-delayed sequel to Hal Ashby’s 1973 Jack Nicholson drama "The Last Detail."
On Wednesday, BET aired the first part of Madiba, a miniseries about the life of Nelson Mandela. Laurence Fishburne plays the role of the South African leader who helped bring an end to apartheid. The series shows the humble beginnings of the activist as he grew up in a small village and moved to Johannesburg.
2016 was a bad year for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. For the second year in a row, the hashtag #OscarsSoWhite trended, after Oscar nominations in the top four categories went exclusively to white actors. Denzel Washington, Octavia Spencer, Viola Davis, Dev Patel, Naomie Harris, and Mahershala Ali are nominated for acting awards.
On Thursday’s "The Daily Show," Laurence Fishburne describes how much of an honor it was to portray the great South African leader who helped end Apartheid.
Is Pops the Grinch or something? Because he has a big bag of Christmas gifts, but they’re going in his trunk, not under the tree. On the upcoming Black-ish Christmas episode “Stuff,” the Johnson patriarch (played by Laurence Fishburne) has an indecent proposal: A one-present limit for the family’s gift exchange. Brutal, we know!