Five feature films including "The Shape of Water" and "Call Me By Your Name" have been nominated for GLAAD Media Awards, one year after it found only two films to honour for gay-inclusive story lines and characters. Last year's nomination of only two films by the gay, lesbian, biRead More »
"I'm sort of quietly maneuvering," Mirren told Yahoo Entertainment. "But I love it, it would be brilliant. I love that character."
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.
In what's so far been a refreshingly unpredictable race for Oscar's Best Picture trophy, a pair of clear-cut favorites appear to be emerging out of the fog.
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.”
With the Golden Globes, the unpredictability makes for a suspenseful, entertaining show. Here are this year's biggest surprises, from Sam Rockwell to Allison Janney.
Have you seen Christian Bale around town recently? The artist formerly known as The Dark Knight has looked utterly unrecognizable since packing on the pounds to play former Vice President Dick Cheney in Adam McKay’s upcoming Backseat biopic, which recently wrapped production for release later this year. “Now and then I like to shave my head, bleach my eyebrows and put on 40 pounds,” Bale said with a laugh while speaking to Yahoo Entertainment at the recent Los Angeles press day for the new drama Hostiles. In it, he plays an Army captain tasked transporting a dying Native American chief through treacherous frontier land in 1892.
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.
If the soft, tender voice Annette Bening uses to play aging screen siren Gloria Grahame in “Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool” sounds familiar, here’s why.
The actress is keenly aware that there has been a small but vocal number of people who have criticized the heavy accent she employs in the film as overtly stereotypical.
British actor Alfie Curtis earned a place in the "Star Wars" pantheon by playing menacing Dr. Evazan, who has the "death sentence on 12 systems."
"Episode VIII" ratchets up the body count in new and stunning ways, but here are the ones that left us gobsmacked.
Here are five fascinatingly different versions of famous Disney movies that almost came to pass, only to be consigned to the idea bin of history. Disney had been trying to make a version of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytale ‘The Snow Queen’ since the late 1930s, but every attempt had run aground. In 2008, the project was revived again and even had some cast – ‘Will & Grace’ star Megan Mullally was onboard as Elsa (then a flat-out villain) and Josh Gad, who did eventually play snowman Olaf in the finished film.
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.
Disco is not dead. In their meet-cute, Bening and Bell bond — and boogie down — to the sounds of a Taste of Honey's 1978 disco hit "Boogie Oogie Oogie."
Denis Villeneuve and cast explain how they pulled off some of the trickiest, most visually stunning scenes in "Blade Runner 2049."
Don't think Andy Serkis (Supreme Leader Snoke), Domhnall Gleeson (General Hux), and Gwendoline Christie (Captain Phasma) are suffering from hero envy.
"Star Wars" movies have been influencing names for decades, so clearly the new generation of characters from a galaxy far, far away introduced in "The Force Awakens" and returning in "The Last Jedi" will leave their imprint on young Padawans.
The Last Jedi has arrived in theaters, offering an expansive new vision of the Star Wars universe as conceived by writer-director Rian Johnson . To accomplish his vision, Johnson teamed with production designer Rick Heinrichs ( Fargo , The Big Lebowski , The Nightmare Before Christmas , Captain America: The First Avenger ) and Lucasfilm’s in-house team of “visualists.” Together they dreamed up new planets stocked with never-seen species, original characters, sleek starships, and lots of porgs. Their concept art, costume sketches, and storyboards have been collected alongside author Phil Szostak’s detailed commentary in the new The Art of Star Wars: The Last Jedi . Yahoo Entertainment got a sneak peek at the book and exclusively presents some of the highlights here. __________________________ All images via The Art of Star Wars: The Last Jedi by Phil Szostak, and Lucasfilm Ltd. © Abrams Books, 2017; © 2017 Lucasfilm Ltd. and TM. All Rights Reserved. Used Under Authorization.
"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.’"