"The Last Movie Star" looks to be a particularly personal project for the veteran of films like "Deliverance," "Smokey and the Bandit," and "Boogie Nights." Yahoo Entertainment has the exclusive trailer.
"Josie" marks a 180-degree turn for English actress Sophie Turner, who transforms into tatted-up teen.
"Machete" star Danny Trejo is one of dozens of famous faces both in front of and behind the camera with Matthew Cooke's new documentary "Survivors Guide to Prison."
Emily Browning plays an outsider whose arrival threatens to upend the already troubled lives and relationships of a group of Brooklynites in Alex Perry Ross's feature.
The new thriller, written and directed by Jordan Ross (MTV’s True Life), follows the dark and unsavory exploits of a pair of teens in a low-income neighborhood where drugs rule everything around them.
Writer-director Louis C.K. stars as a successful New York television writer who rekindles a relationship with his teenage daughter (Chloë Grace Moretz) but is then horrified when she falls for the aging filmmaker (John Malkovich) he’s long idolized.
Here’s one strategy for stress management and relief you probably haven’t encountered yet.
There are no zombies in sight, but the danger feels omnipresent for Walking Dead alum Jon Bernthal in the dark and brooding trailer for the new thriller, Sweet Virginia.
Money can't buy you love or happiness, and neither can a new house on the beach in a Southern California surfing town.
Oscar winner Helen Mirren and screen vet Donald Sutherland team up to play Ella and John, a married couple who set off on one last cross-country road trip in their "old rust bucket" that they've given the titular nickname.
J.K. Simmons plays an educator who, following the death of his wife, moves his teenage son (Josh Wiggins) cross-country when to accept a teaching position at a prestigious private school.
Get your first look at 'In Search of Fellini,' a new film cowritten and based on a real-life adventure by the voice of Bart Simpson, Nancy Cartwright
The international trailer for the upcoming drama A Family Man (watch exclusively above) opens with a familiar setup: Gerard Butler is a Dane Jensen, a hotshot headhunter (“the purest form of salesman,” he boasts) too busy for his wife (Gretchen Mol) and kids. He’s in the running for a promotion, too, though boss (Willem Dafoe) says it will come down to Dane or his rival (Alison Brie).
As far as action-comedy duos go, J.K. Simmons and Emile Hirsch probably aren’t the most obvious of pairings. Hirsch plays Martin, a struggling Los Angeles banjo player recently dumped by his girlfriend Ginnie (Analeigh Tipton).
Yesterday, we brought you the exclusive first look at the filmmaker’s Stooges/Iggy Pop documentary, Gimme Danger. Today you can check out the trailer premiere for his critically acclaimed new drama, Paterson (watch above). Paterson stars Adam Driver (Girls, The Force Awakens) as Paterson, a bus driver with poetic aspirations in blue-collar Paterson, New Jersey.
Former 007 Pierce Brosnan looks much more like a raving lunatic James Bond would foil than Her Majesty’s suave secret agent in the upcoming thriller Urge (watch the exclusive trailer above). Tempted by this super drug are a crew of young New Yorkers on vacation (including Justin Chatwin, Danny Masterson, Ashley Greene, and Alexis Knapp) in tropical paradise.
As far as American literary giants go, Thomas Wolfe is one of the biggest. Maybe not Ernest Hemingway or F. Scott Fitzgerald big, but Wolfe was hugely influential nonetheless. The upcoming biopic Genius will shed some new light on the author’s life and works (and propensity to go waaaaaay over word-count limits), and you can watch the first trailer for it above.
Imagine falling in love with someone who is dead. Based on the Tom Drury novel of the same name, The Driftless Area explores such an idea — and more. A neo-noir crime drama, the film stars Anton Yelchin (Star Trek) as Pierre, a young man who returns to his hometown following the death of his parents. Soon he finds himself captivated by a mysterious woman named Stella (Zooey Deschanel, star of Fox’s The New Girl), who saves him after he falls down a well shaft.
Katie Holmes tackles what could be the most challenging role of her career in the upcoming indie drama Touched With Fire. She plays a poet suffering from bipolar disorder who chooses between love and sanity when she meets a fellow poet (Luke Kirby) who has the same mental illness.
In the forthcoming indie film, Field plays an extreme late bloomer who falls for a decades-younger co-worker, played by Max Greenfield from New Girl.
Matt Damon got into astronaut shape for his upcoming Ridley Scott space drama, The Martian. “I worked out a lot,” the 44-year-old actor told Yahoo Movies during an interview at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) in Pasadena, California. “So I did all this work to get in shape and they put a prosthetic stomach over my stomach.” The movie, based on the bestselling sci-fi novel by Andy Weir, takes place in the near future, when NASA starts sending astronauts to explore Mars (a real goal of the actual space program). Damon plays Mark Watney, a space pioneer left behind by his crew (played by Jessica Chastain, Kate Mara, Michael Peña, and Sebastian Stan).
Brit Marling (The East, Arbitrage) finds herself mired in a grim, violent past in the above new trailer for The Keeping Room, a period drama set in the waning days of the Civil War. Marling plays Augusta, who along with her younger sister Louise (Hailee Steinfeld) and slave Mad (Muna Otaru), are forced to protect themselves from two renegade soldiers (Sam Worthington and Kyle Soller) roaming the rural back roads of South Carolina as the war is winding down. Written by first-time screenwriter Julia Hart and directed by Daniel Barber, who was nominated for an Oscar in 2008 for his live action short The Tonto Woman, The Keeping Room will make its way into theaters on Sept. 25.
In the romantic comedy 'Some Kind of Beautiful,' Pierce Brosnan plays a Cambridge poetry professor whose attraction to pretty students gets him in heaps of trouble.
Pro tip: If you don’t like spoilers, avoid watching the movie marketing that gets served to Japanese audiences, including this new 'Ant-Man' trailer.