Director Jeff Nichols has never had an easier time titling a movie. The filmmaker’s latest project, Loving, follows the real-life couple (Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga) whose union led the Supreme Court to strike down laws prohibiting interracial marriage. The couple’s last name — which all you law students already know — was, amazingly, Loving.
Richard Gere was not clamoring to play corporate raider Edward Lewis when "Pretty Woman" first looked his way.
“I go and knock on her door in this big suite in some fancy hotel, and she opens the door and she's in underwear and a T-shirt.”
Despite his Australian Outback upbringing, the actor otherwise known as Thor wasn't the most skillful in the saddle for the Afghanistan-set war drama.
Director Tamra Davis dropped by Yahoo Studios to commemorate the film's birthday on Facebook Live and insisted that it had been an extremely professional, extremely sober film production.
His character got pummeled and kicked in the penultimate episode of the Netflix drama. In an interview with Yahoo Entertainment, the actor discussed his feelings about the high physical drama of the scene.
It's a question that has been asked repeatedly online, and one we've fielded from friends and family members who've heard the buzz on the acclaimed new comedy “The Disaster Artist.”
In May, Dwayne Johnson and Tom Hanks delighted the electorate when they "announced" on Saturday Night Live that they would be on a ticket together for the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
Pitch Perfect 3 stars at the film's recent Los Angeles press day noted that the series has some seriously strong fans in a surprising demo: older men.
You might find it surprising that Steven Spielberg's new journalism thriller The Post is the first film to unite Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep.
We certainly weren't the first people to point out the parallels between President Nixon's relationship with the press and President Trump's endless repudiation of the media as "fake news" when we talked to Steven Spielberg and the cast of "The Post."
Will Smith has played a cop onscreen so many times now he could probably legally arrest someone. “I feel like I can,” Smith told Yahoo Entertainment (watch above) at the Los Angeles press day for Bright, Netflix’s new sci-fi thriller that takes place in an alternate world where the LAPD deals with not only human lawbreakers, but orc, elf, and fairy troublemakers as well. Prior to Bright, which teams Smith’s patrolman with the department’s first orc (Joel Edgerton), Smith flexed a badge in two Bad Boys movies, I, Robot, and the Men in Black trilogy.
Denis Villeneuve and cast explain how they pulled off some of the trickiest, most visually stunning scenes in "Blade Runner 2049."
When you think of award-worthy performances, you think profound. In the case of Allison Janney's scene-stealing work in “I, Tonya,” the more suitable word would be be profane.
"I felt like I was about to play the Super Bowl," says Tran, who plays Rose Tico. "I knew all the plays. I knew exactly what was going to happen. And then you see R2-D2, and you're like, 'I'm thrown off.’"
In the acclaimed new mockumentary "I Tonya," Margot Robbie made it clear to her real-life subject that she was playing "a character," not Harding herself, who was banned from the sport in 1994 after her associates attacked rival Nancy Kerrigan.
Count Oscar Isaac among those “Star Wars” fans who enjoy the idea of Resistance partners Finn (John Boyega ) and Poe Dameron (Isaac) becoming life partners too.
Basketball hustlers Billy Hoyle (Woody Harrelson) and Sidney Deane (Wesley Snipes) team up in the film, but that didn't stop the competition between the actors.
When we saw Supreme Leader Snoke in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and in the last trailer for the new film, we thought there was something familiar about the way he was dressed. Turns out we were right about the source for his look.
For the bargain basement price of $19.99, you can purchase a copy of "The Room" on DVD and also receive a pair of Tommy Wiseau-designed boxer briefs otherwise known as "Twunderwear."
"The Last Jedi" is days from release, and writer-director Rian Johnson is already preparing an original "Star Wars" trilogy, with new characters.
Like most of the world, Corey Feldman is a huge “Star Wars” fan. And all the “Goonies” and “Stand by Me” star ever wanted, he says, was to appear in one of the movies.
Where is Tommy Wiseau from? How old is he? And how'd he get all his money?
Do you need to see The Room in order to enjoy The Disaster Artist? It’s a question being posed across the interwebs as James Franco‘s new making-of comedy nears release. My answer: No, you don’t have to see The Room to enjoy The Disaster Artist, but you need to see The Room because it’s one of the worst movies ever made, and therefore so horrible it’s awesome, which is why it now rivals The Rocky Horror Picture Show as America’s favorite midnight screening.