The upcoming Peter Bogdanovich relationship comedy 'She’s Funny That Way' features quite an ensemble: Owen Wilson, Imogen Poots, Kathryn Hahn, Will Forte, Rhys Ifans, and Jennifer Aniston. But if the writer-director had his druthers, the long-lingering project would have starred the late John Ritter. Learn more and watch the exclusive trailer.
Jennifer Aniston is earning awards-season buzz for her performance in 'Cake.' Watch and exclusive clip from the film and read what Aniston told Yahoo Movies about the daring role.
Jennifer Aniston is so good at playing horrible, but she looks better than ever in these photos from the UK premiere of Horrible Bosses 2. As usual, Aniston kept things sleek and simple with her accessories, opting for skinny stilettos, straight drop earrings, a gold cuff, and of course, that giant diamond engagement ring from Justin Theroux. Proving that great fashion minds think alike, Olivia Wilde also wore a one-shoulder black dress to the London screening.
As awards-season buzz ramps up, Yahoo Movies caught up with an assemblage of film stars in attendance at last Saturday night’s Governors Awards. ”Foxcatcher, Whiplash — andMichael Keaton is great in Birdman.
When we last saw Kevin Spacey as horrible boss Dave Harken, a dangerously-out-of-his-gourd CEO, he’d been sentenced to some hard prison time for shooting Bobby (Colin Farrell) dead. In this clip from 'Horrible Bosses 2,' seen first only on Yahoo Movies, we see the sequel picks right up where the original left off.
The latest trailer for 'Horrible Bosses 2' features Chris Pine getting in on the action and Jennifer Action looking for some action.
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Jennifer Aniston Show Edgy Comic Side in Movie Adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s ‘Life of Crime’ Until his passing last year, Elmore Leonard reigned as one of America’s most beloved crime-thriller writers, mastering an unmistakable scary-funny voice that spawned a generation of imitators. The Leonard signature has been given been seen in numerous variations, including hard-boiled tough-guy films (Mr. Majestyk, 52 Pick-Up) , broadly comic capers (Get Shortly), slick stylized pieces (Out of Sight, Jackie Brown) and even classic westerns (3:10 To Yuma). The film stars Jennifer Aniston (perhaps the American actress least associated with hard-boiled thrillers), as the wife of a corrupt developer, whose kidnapping goes very wrong, setting off a cascading chain of disasters. Also starring Tim Robbins, John Hawkes, Isla Fisher and Will Forte, the film was the closing-night movie of last year’s Toronto Film Festival.
Legendary crime novelist Elmore Leonard — who died last year at the age of 87 — was always something of a mystery to Hollywood: Though his books were full of icy-cool characters, ingeniously detailed dialogue, and loopy capers, filmmakers couldn’t always figure out how to translate his work to the big screen; Based on the 1978 novel The Switch, it stars Jennifer Aniston (who was already in a very different movie called The Switch) as Mickey Dawson, the wife of a wealthy philanderer (Tim Robbins) who’s kidnapped by charismatic criminals Ordell Robbie (Yasiin Bey, better known as Mos Def) and Louis Gara (John Hawkes).