We dare you not to cry as the beloved pachyderm comes to life in the heartstring-tugging preview.
Cue "Pomp and Circumstance" and get ready to hear life advice from some of the most successful celebrities we know.
Though Ve Neill had a hand in every character from Winona Ryder's quintessential goth teen Lydia to the inhabitants of the undead waiting room, her proudest contribution was transforming Michael Keaton into Beetlejuice.
'Beetlejuice' writer Larry Wilson shared some information about the movie fans might be surprised to learn.
Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures’ brewing musical adaptation of “Beetlejuice” has mapped out its road to Broadway, locking in a world premiere run at the National Theatre in Washington, D.C. in October. An adaptation of the 1988 Warner Bros. comedy that starred Michael Keaton and Winona Ryder, “Beetlejuice” has music and lyrics by Eddie Perfect, the […]
Whoopi Goldberg, Judd Apatow, John Lithgow, and more reflect on the legacy of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" in an upcoming tribute special.
Photos of Tom Holland, Robert Downey Jr., Zendaya, and more from the Hollywood red carpet premiere of 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' at TCL Chinese Theatre
Four advance clips from Marvel's new webslinger movie featuring Tom Holland, Michael Keaton's Vulture, sidekick Jacob Batalon, and teacher Martin Starr
First preview for 'American Assassin,' starring Dylan O'Brien, Michael Keaton, Sanaa Lathan in story about professional killer in training out for revenge
On Wednesday, possibly the best Batman ever, Michael Keaton, stopped by Ellen where he talked about his new film Spider-Man: Homecoming. Keaton plays The Vulture in the movie which means he’ll be fighting Spider-Man and possibly other members of The Avengers. The problem here is that Keaton didn’t know much about the history of the vast Marvel Universe or how the many characters intertwine. So he went to what was sure to be the most reliable of sources: His friend’s kids.
Film director and writer Kevin Smith helmed Wednesday's episode of "The Goldbergs," an episode mostly centered on the characters watching the 1989 Tim Burton film Batman.
And they say Americans don’t do irony. The Founder is a dramatized account written by Robert Siegel (The Wrestler) of how traveling salesman Ray Kroc — played with bounce and oleaginous charm by Michael Keaton — gained control of the McDonald’s brand and built an empire. The movie is practically deep-fried in knowingness, starting with the big stage wink that is the title itself. ...
Are we the only ones who feel as if the 2016 presidential campaign has been going on for years? While we are literally counting down the days until it’s all over, we must confess that we have been a tad obsessed with all the drama surrounding Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump‘s battle for the presidency. While we’re sure a film is probably already in the works, here is how we would cast Election 2016: Judgment Day….
You know how bosses stink? Well, not all of them. My bosses, for instance? Love ‘em. Love ‘em! Best bosses in the world. Good save. Anyway, you know how bosses stink? Well, sometimes bosses are actually really good. They’re decent people who are in their position because they’re capable workers. It’s in that spirit that today, National Boss Day, we present the five best movie bosses.
Easter usually conjures up images of colorful eggs, flower-draped hats, and gentle bunnies (not the kind that inhabit malls, though). It isn’t a holiday that usually gives you the creeps, but last year, Michael Keaton did just that on Saturday Night Live. The actor was just coming out of an awards season that saw him get nominated for an Oscar and win a Golden Globe for his performance in Birdman. It was his third time hosting, though it had been over two decades since he’d headlined SNL.
Michael Keaton and JK Simmons have exited Legendary Pictures’ Kong: Skull Island . Scheduling conflicts are believed to be the principal reason behind both actors’ departures.