Seven alligators and one crocodile previously belonging to Michael Jackson were burned alive at Joe Exotic's zoo.
Taika Waititi, Scarlett Johansson, Sam Rockwell and Stephen Merchant reveal challenges of bringing the eccentric dramatic comedy to life.
The actress said "it was hard" to be looked at in a different way after "Dawson's Creek."
Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams lead an impressive cast of performers playing theater icons.
FX’s Bob Fosse-Gwen Verdon miniseries is already trying to steal the spotlight. Just as the 2019 Golden Globes began on Sunday, the network dropped Fosse/Vernon‘s first trailer, giving us a tantalizing look at Michelle Williams (as Verdon) and Sam Rockwell (as Fosse) in action. Premiering in April, the drama chronicles the partnership of Broadway legends Fosse […]
Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Sam Rockwell and Steve Carell talk about connecting with their real-life characters in "Vice."
Christian Bale physically transforms himself to play former VP Dick Cheney in the brand-new "Vice" trailer.
After months of negotiations, FX has given the green light to a an untitled Fosse/Verdon eight-episode limited series starring Oscar winner Sam Rockwell and Oscar nominee Michelle Williams. The high-profile project hails from a trio of Broadway heavyweights, <em>Hamilton’</em>s Lin-Manuel Miranda and Thomas Kail and <em> Dear Evan Hansen</em>‘s Steven Levenson, Fox 21 TV Studios and FX Prods. Based on <em>Fosse,</em> the biography written by Sam Wasson, the limited series tells the story of the…
The 90th Academy Awards played out Sunday night with the usual mix of spectacle, stardom, and suspense (like, would Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway get the right Best Picture envelope this year?). But with a ceremony approaching four hours, there were bound to be some misfires along the way. Here are the highs and lows from Hollywood's biggest night.
The stars and director offer different theories about the will-they-or-won't-they moment that will have everybody talking.
The Shape of Water and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri each scored two more huge wins. If you’re the betting type, the Oscars forecast became a lot clearer this weekend after Saturday’s Producers Guild Awards and Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Sam Rockwell was the host of "Saturday Night Live" this week, but cameos by Bill Murray and Fred Armisen stole the show.
McDonagh's darkly hilarious drama captures the present American moment better than any other awards-season contender.
Acting ensemble shines in this kaleidoscope of a movie in which the emotions and alliances keep shifting.
Sam Rockwell is in final talks to play former President George W. Bush in Adam McKay’s “Cheney.” Christian Bale is portraying former Vice President Dick Cheney in the Annapurna Pictures film about his rise to power to become one of the most powerful vice presidents to ever hold that office. Steve Carell will play Secretary of... <a href="http://variety.com/2017/film/news/sam-rockwell-george-w-bush-cheney-movie-1202544347/" title="Read Sam Rockwell in Talks to Play George W. Bush in Adam McKay’s ‘Cheney’">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"/>
Director Alexandre Rockwell talks about 'In the Soup,' his class of '92 Sundance sensation, which needs a restoration to enable Blu-ray/streaming release
Directed by Martin McDonagh, whose previous foul-mouthed crime-movie hits include In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri looks like it’ll strive to balance somber drama with ludicrous comedy via the story of McDormand’s grieving mother, whose increasingly outrageous efforts to get the attention of Harrelson’s law enforcement bigwig (via punches, kicks, and Molotov cocktails) is a little too successful. What ensues is chaos of a severely combative — and very foul-mouthed — sort, with McDormand looking like she’s relishing the opportunity to play a woman who does, and says, exactly what’s on her furious mind.
Television host, creator, producer, and possible CIA assassin Chuck Barris has passed away. Through his long, sinuous career in showbiz, Barris was an original. Originally meant to air with a different host who didn’t fully grasp the concept that this was not a talent show but a parody of one, Barris jumped into the position of host at the eleventh hour to save his creation.
“We were ready to sign up for it,” actor tells Chris Hardwick on this week’s Nerdist podcast, but scheduling conflicts followed by the death of co-star Alan Rickman scuttled the plans.