"You never know what someone is going through when you’re with them," Jerry O'Connell said of his friend Wil Wheaton.
MVP of Horror Wil Wheaton shares memories from the making of 1986 classic "Stand By Me."
Jerry O'Connell lent his "Stand by Me" co-star and longtime friend Wil Wheaton support after revelations Wheaton made of a painful childhood.
Wil Wheaton looks back at difficult experience as a child actor while making the 1986 coming-of-age classic based on the Stephen King novella.
"Luca" director Enrico Casarosa and star Jacob Tremblay preview Pixar's next feature — and debunk the Twitter theory that film has any relation to "Call Me by Your Name."
Shuttered movie theaters across the U.S. are offering words of wisdom as the coronavirus continues to spread.
The It List is Yahoo’s weekly look at the best in pop culture, including movies, music, TV, streaming, games, books, podcasts and more. Here are our picks for Aug. 26 - Sept. 1, including the best deals we could find for each.
Here's an exclusive outtake from the railroad tracks scene in which Corey Feldman's Teddy tempts fate to the horror of his friends.
Richard Dreyfuss tells behind-the-scenes stories from his most beloved films, including "American Graffiti," "Jaws," "Close Encounters of the Third Kind," "The Goodbye Girl," "Stand By Me" and "What About Bob?"
The actor talks to Yahoo Entertainment about guest-hosting the AKC National Championship Dog Show on New Year's Day, about his friendship with his "Stand by Me" co-star Corey Feldman and about life with Rebecca Romijn, their twins, and their four dogs.
While performing at a concert at Shank Hall in Milwaukee recently, Feldman accidentally hit his mouth on the microphone and knocked out his tooth.
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the coming-of-age classic "Stand by Me," Andy Lindberg tells what it was like to be the central character in an unforgettable scene: the blueberry pie Barf-o-Rama.
It’s been three decades since “Stand By Me” became the little drama that could, catapulting River Phoenix to stardom, establishing Rob Reiner as a director on the rise, and racking up big ticket sales on a paltry budget.
The Summer of 1986 was arguably one of the best periods for movies in the modern era. One of the things that helped carry these films were the presence of extraordinary leading me. Between Tom Cruise, Sylvester Stallone, and a plethora of other big time Hollywood names, these films were riddled with impressive stars. But what goes into the perfect leading man for such an iconic summer? SuperFan Movies breaks down the recipe for a fantastic lead: