A Christmas Carol came early to Saturday Night Live this year. The first of 2017’s remaining three episodes kicked off with Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump being visited by the three pesky ghosts that once visited Ebenezer Scrooge. Actually make that four: the Ghost of Witness Flipped — aka Robert Mueller’s new star witness, Michael Flynn — was the first to apparate inside of the Oval Office, where a “pouty baby mode” POTUS was hiding out from the seasonal festivities.
The groundbreaking animated film “Loving Vincent,” which opens in limited release on Friday, is the first fully oil-painted animated film. Yahoo Movies offers an exclusive clip.
Greta Gerwig moves behind the camera for "Lady Bird," her semiautobiographical directorial debut starring Saoirse Ronan as a rebellious Catholic school student.
In Brooklyn, the heartrending immigrant love story that scored three Oscar nominations (including Best Picture and Best Actress), Saoirse Ronan’s Eilis Lacey is considered the responsible one among a houseful of young Irishwomen taking up residence in a New York brownstone. It’s why the boarding house’s landlady, Mrs. Keough, gives her dibs on the digs’ prime space: the basement.
Ronan, who is fascinating and heartbreaking as Leia, talks to Yahoo TV about telling this aspect of a kidnapping story, the most heartbreaking moments of playing Leia, her first reaction when she read the script, and about the TV shows that are inspiring her to look for a small-screen starring role herself.