It’s official. Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, and Abigail Breslin have all signed up to return Zombieland with the original film’s director Ruben Fleischer also on board to direct the film for Sony Pictures.
Rob Reiner says his new film is "about journalists trying to break through with the truth. Because unless the truth comes to the American public, they have no way of knowing how they can make decisions on their leaders."
The cast of latest "Star Wars Story” endorses the idea of a solo Wookiee-themed installment.
In a sneak peek from Woody Harrelson’s unusual directing debut, available on home video today, Owen Wilson explains to Woody how stars make Hollywood scandals go away.
Woody Harrelson said on "The Ellen Degeneres Show" that he stopped smoking pot until he hung out with Willie Nelson.
Actor takes us on a tour of his greatest hits, from "Cheers" to "White Men Can't Jump" to "Hunger Games" to "True Detective."
Actor was virtually unrecognizable underneath layers of prosthetics for Rob Reiner's biopic of controversial commander in chief.
Woody Harrelson knew that he’d be crazy to turn down a Star Wars movie — and yet, he nearly did. When Harrelson was first approached about Solo, the upcoming Han Solo stand-alone film, he wasn’t convinced that it was worth his time. As the actor told Yahoo Entertainment’s Kevin Polowy, he’d been in this situation before, with another beloved franchise.
Frances McDormand's trip to the dentist takes a bad turn in the revenge drama that should figure in the Oscar race.
"Not only do I not agree with him politically, but I find him to be a disagreeable person," says acclaimed filmmaker Rob Reiner of President Trump on the eve of the release of his "LBJ" biopic.
Acting ensemble shines in this kaleidoscope of a movie in which the emotions and alliances keep shifting.
Academy Award-winning actress Brie Larson and Savannah Guthrie bonded over their mutual love of "Star Wars" when Larson stopped by "Today."
Exclusive clip from 'The Glass Castle,' based on Jeanette Walls' bestselling memoir of family dysfunction, starring Brie Larson, in theaters Aug. 11, 2017
SPOILERS! If you've seen 'War for the Planet of the Apes,' get thoughts from Andy Serkis, director Matt Reeves, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn about ending
Warning: This story contains potential spoilers for War for the Planet of the Apes. Let’s start by stating the obvious: War for the Planet of the Apes is not a direct prequel to the 1968 sci-fi classic Planet of the Apes starring Charlton Heston. Instead, the new Apes, which arrives in theaters this weekend is, in the words of director Matt Reeves, “an answer” to the series of simian sci-fi films of the 1960s and ’70s.
Stephen Colbert asked Woody Harrelson, “I understand you don’t smoke weed anymore — is this true?” And Harrelson drew a lot of laughs when he responded, “I don’t smoke any less.”
Twenty-five years ago, Woody Harrelson learned the hard way that white men really can’t jump …unless they stretch a little first. When Yahoo Movies chatted with the Oscar-nominated actor recently for his new movie, Wilson, he revealed that he had a side bet going with Wesley Snipes while they were shooting Ron Shelton’s 1992 basketball comedy classic, White Men Can’t Jump, which celebrates its silver anniversary on March 27. As a former college hoops star, wide-eyed Billy (Harrelson), is an all-around better player than the self-taught Sidney (Snipes).
Woody Harrelson has proven he can do comedy and drama with effortless ease. He can go from brooding alcoholic Haymitch in The Hunger Games to a wisecracking hypnotist in this week’s new Now You See Me 2. And he hosted perhaps the best episode of Saturday Night Live in its 40th season. This throwback clip is from his opening monologue, which sends up Taylor Swift’s album 1989.
With the 'Hunger Games' series drawing to a close — and making their final go-round at Comic-Con on Thursday — the cast and director shared with us their favorite behind-the-scenes memories of making the movies.