"When you see Idris and Kate together in that picture, immediately you want to see them in a movie," said "Mountain Between Us" director Hany Abu-Assad.
"He was just a master of emotion and it was an act," Steve Carell says about his 'Battle of the Sexes' character, "male chauvinist pig" tennis player Bobby Riggs.
Brie Larson talks about her directorial debut 'Unicorn Store,' which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
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.
Classic Nicolas Cage movies have a moment when the actor erupts. Fans call such moments “Cage Rage.” In a movie that premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, he does it bigtime — with a sledgehammer.
Yahoo Entertainment's favorites include 'The Shape of Water,' 'The Disaster Artist,' 'Lady Bird,' Jessica Chastain, Shia LaBeouf, Denzel Washington
In this golden age of comic-book cinema, there are a plethora of superhero options for the young (and young at heart), as well as more serious-minded fare for the grown-up crowd adapted from graphic novels and series like Road to Perdition and American Splendor. The feature debut of Danish director, Andres Walter, who previously won an Oscar for the 2013 live-action short Helium, I Kill Giants — which is currently without a definite release date — occupies that perfect middle ground for young viewers who are hungry for more challenging fare outside of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC Extended Universe, but aren’t quite ready for the graphic violence on display in, say, David Cronenberg’s version of the graphic novel A History of Violence.
Andy Serkis, in Toronto for directorial debut 'Breathe,' shares an update on his 'Jungle Book,' with Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Benedict Cumberbatch
In Toronto, Jake Gyllenhaal; the man he plays in “Stronger,” Jeff Bauman, and Tatiana Maslany talk about the story of courage after Boston Marathon bombing.
Director James Franco makes an impression as "The Room" director Tommy Wiseau at the Toronto Film Festival, with both addressing the Midnight Madness crowd.
Stars travel to the Toronto Film Festival to promote movies we'll be talking about for the rest of 2017 and into 2018's awards season and beyond
Audiences won't be able to see Liam Neeson's very particular set of skills on the big screen for much longer: The actor says he's retiring from action movies.
The last time we saw red-hot lovers/demon warriors Hellboy and Liz Sherman at the end of 2008’s Hellboy II: The Golden Army, the duo were poised to embark on a whole new adventure: parenthood. Earlier this year, Mignola announced plans to reboot the film series originated onscreen by Guillermo del Toro, and starring Ron Perlman as the title creature. No Del Toro and no Perlman also means no Selma Blair, who played the B.R.P.D.’s resident firestarter Liz in the previous films.
It may sound twee (and it is), but Brie Larson's behind-the-camera take on story that calls for a tricky tonal balancing act results in a creative misfire
Before it died an ignoble death, Tim Burton‘s never-made ’90s blockbuster Superman Lives was poised to take the Man of Steel where no comic book movie had gone before. Burton freely adapted the film from the famous “Death of Superman” storyline, which saw the Kryptonian (played by longtime Superman fan, Nicolas Cage, who proved his devotion to the DC Comics icon by naming his son Kal-El) killed at the hands of the monstrous Doomsday followed by his eventual resurrection. “It would have been beautiful,” Cage tells Yahoo Movies at the Toronto International Film Festival, where the prolific actor’s latest film, the ultra-dark comedy Mom and Dad, premiered to rapturous applause amongst the midnight movie crowd.
As his new film, 'Brad's Status,' wins raves at the Toronto Film Festival, actor Ben Stiller says it's time for him "to hold a mirror up to myself"
This splatstick romp starring Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair couches its social critiques of shallow materialism and casual racism in breakneck action
Denzel Washington is haunting as a semi-functional legal savant in this Toronto Film Festival entry, but the movie around him both intrigues and meanders
After a plane crash, Kate Winslet and Idris Elba discover their only chance of staying alive is sticking together. But what happens after?
Director of summer blockbuster World War II epic held a question-and-answer session after celebration for IMAX anniversary at the Toronto International Film Festival
Tonya Harding is a punch line and she knows it. But she'll no doubt be pleased with the new biopic "I, Tonya," which goes for laughs but also adds context to the skater’s familiar story.