The "Wedding Crashers" star appears opposite Hayek in writer/director Mike Cahill's new sci-fi drama, "Bliss." And he tells Yahoo Entertainment that they got along right away.
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Runaway bride? Jennifer Lopez's "Marry Me," a romantic comedy about the unlikely relationship between a pop star and a math teacher, is the latest film to shift its release date amid the pandemic.
With the pandemic forcing many kids to attend school virtually and restricting typical outside activities, the superstar has rallied her 12-year-old twins, Emme and Max Muñiz, for a virtual dance party.
When director David Dobkin brought the 2005 comedy "Wedding Crashers" to the marketing team at New Line Cinema, he didn't get the reception he thought he would. Marketing head Russell Schwartz thought that Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson's characters were too misogynistic, since their main aim seemed to be crashing weddings to look for girls. […]
While quarantining in Idaho amid the coronavirus pandemic, the movie star pulled out his space suit costume from 1998’s Armageddon.
“I think that it took me until I got diagnosed with breast cancer to figure out that love is not something that you tap dance to get,” said Crow, whose exes include Lance Armstrong, Eric Clapton, Owen Wilson and Josh Charles.
Owen Wilson has joined the upcoming "Loki" series at Disney Plus, Variety has confirmed with sources. The exact details of Wilson's role are being kept under wraps. Tom Hiddleston will star in the series, reprising his role from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Variety exclusively reported in November that Sophia Di Martino is also attached to star. Wilson […]
Jennifer Lopez is reteaming with STXfilms on the upcoming romantic-comedy "Marry Me." Kat Coiro is directing the film and Owen Wilson is in final negotiations to join the pic, which will likely shoot this fall. The script was written by John Rogers and Tami Sagher, with a rewrite by Harper Dill. Lopez and Wilson both […]
This season also features contributions from Owen Wilson, John Mulaney, Michael Keaton, and — as always — Fred Armisen.
In a sneak peek from Woody Harrelson’s unusual directing debut, available on home video today, Owen Wilson explains to Woody how stars make Hollywood scandals go away.
Designing the look of Auggie Pullman's facial abnormality would prove to be a big challenge for the people behind "Wonder," a film about a boy, 10, with a rare genetic disorder.
Jacob Tremblay plays brainy 10-year-old boy with a sweet high voice and a congenital facial deformity in adaptation of best-selling novel.
The actors and creative team behind "Wonder," the adaptation of the blockbuster children's novel, take us inside the story of Auggie in our featurette.
An all-new "Cars 3" mini-movie included on the upcoming home release of Pixar's summertime hit shows how to race like Miss Fritter.
Glenn Close sends her sons off to find their father, who could be J.K. Simmons, Christopher Walken, Ving Rhames ... or Terry Bradshaw?!
First teaser for Disney-Pixar's 'Cars 3' surprised fans with its ominous tone; team behind the movie says it was a matter of necessity more than design
Lightning McQueen, now facing the perils of being past his prime, returns in a touching new 'Cars' film that gets the Disney/Pixar series back on track
New Disney-Pixar trailer for 'Cars 3' shows it’ll be pressure a young hot shot puts on a crafty veteran coming to terms with aging that drives the story
Owen and Luke Wilson's father, Robert Wilson -- a television pioneer in his own right who is celebrated for his work on Dallas' public television affiliate, KERA -- died on Friday after a battling Alzheimer's disease...
Third film in Pixar's 'Cars' franchise deals with darker themes, as Lightning fights to stay relevant, avoid selling out his legacy as racing days dwindle