Karen Gillan is a terrible dancer. The Scottish actress will be the first to admit it.
"I've played a couple of bitches in my life," Charlize Theron told us. "You know, Picasso had the Blue Period. I definitely had a bitch period."
"It was nice to play a creep that has some redeeming qualities," Jesse Plemons told us during a Facebook Live interview about his role in the new action-comedy "Game Night."
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."
Denzel Washington characters rarely lack confidence, and neither does the criminal defense attorney he plays in the new legal drama Roman J. Israel, Esq. The film, written and directed by Dan Gilroy (Nightcrawler), follows the challenging journey of Israel, a behind-the-scenes defense attorney forced into a more public role after the death of his longtime partner and face of the law firm.
Frances McDormand's trip to the dentist takes a bad turn in the revenge drama that should figure in the Oscar race.
That’s the overriding message at the heart of the hilarious first clip from the upcoming sequel, Daddy’s Home 2, which you can watch exclusively above.
To play a sightless woman, the actress learned from a blind adviser how not to act in the familiar “like a blind person” way. The challenges were part of why Lively took the role in the new psychological drama, which opens Friday.
Amy (Mila Kunis), Kiki (Kristen Bell), and Carla (Kathryn Hahn) — fed-up matriarchs of Bad Moms fame — are back in the upcoming sequel A Bad Moms Christmas, and they’re giving the holidays hell.
In a scene from the upcoming film “Thank You for Your Service,” two veterans (played by Miles Teller and Beulah Koale) who are haunted by their experiences in the Middle East try to obtain counseling.
The summer hit “Baby Driver” not only used music well. One way or another, it got a surprising number of musicians in front of the camera. In an exclusive clip, director Edgar Wright names them.
In latest powerhouse performance, star of "42" and "Black Panther" takes on role of pioneering future Supreme Court justice.
Harry Dean Stanton and filmmaker/actor David Lynch talk about a lost tortoise in an exclusive clip from "Lucky."
It’s rare that a single minute of film dialogue can tell you everything you need to know about a character’s emotional state, but that’s the case with the above exclusive scene from the new comedy Brad’s Status, premiering Saturday at the Toronto International Film Festival. Brad (Ben Stiller), looking dubious and disheveled, is getting the low-down on a mutual friend’s wedding that he wasn’t invited to from the much tanner, much healthier, and much wealthier Billy Wearslter (Jemaine Clement). Brad, as he puts it, has just been “doing his thing” — but as the clip reveals, is experiencing a crisis in confidence.
Despite the fact that they regularly beat the living snot out of each other, there is a mutual respect among the fighters enforcers of the hockey world. That aspect of the sport was lovingly portrayed in the criminally underseen 2012 comedy Goon, starring Seann William Scott as a minor league player who excels at the, uh, more physical elements of the sport.
New York’s hottest club, the Box, is back on the screen in a new romantic drama.
We won’t say who gets snuffed and how in the disturbing and unflinching new Australian horror film Killing Ground, but, as its title implies, bloodletting is inevitable.
Batman has the Batmobile. The Ghostbusters have the Ectomobile. And naturally, Gru has the Despicamobile.
At the start of Buster’s Mal Heart, Rami Malek (Mr. Robot) is Jonah, a clean-cut family man who toils his days (and nights) away as a corporate stooge. So how does he become Buster, the bearded mountain man who survives the winter by breaking in to rural vacation homes he believes empty?
“Choose life” became a motto for the 1996 film Trainspotting after its fast-living (and fast-running) lead character Mark Renton (Ewan McGregor) championed the phrase while sprinting through the streets in Edinburgh in the movie’s iconic opening sequence.
Bryan Cranston earned an Oscar nomination for playing the blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo in Trumbo and Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for his portrayal of President Lyndon B. Johnson in the HBO movie All the Way. If he’s looking to do another biopic, may we suggest Clint Eastwood.
Remember that Golden Globes TV spot with Emma Watson singing “Belle”? Well, you ain’t heard nothing yet. Disney on Monday released a longer version of the opening number from the live- action Beauty and the Beast, featuring even more crooning from Watson’s book-loving heroine as she endures the scorn of her fellow villagers. (Watch above.)
Since it opened, director Mel Gibson has insisted that his Oscar-nominated Hacksaw Ridge is a “love film, not a war film.” The movie’s battle scenes are such a key ingredient and so relentlessly intense, though, that we’ll respectfully disagree. It’s in plain sight in the film’s much tamer first act, in which future WWII war hero Desmond Doss vies for the affection of the nurse Dorothy (Teresa Palmer). In the scene, Desmond just wants some sugar from his sweetheart, but it ain’t happening.
The Lego Batman Movie arrives this week, gleefully poking fun at the Caped Crusader and his Dark Knighthood. But before Bats gets funny, he’ll be his typical gloomy self in the aptly titled Justice League Dark.
There’s a lot of chemistry, and no “spaghetti arms,” in this rare footage of Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey’s Dirty Dancing screen test. This Yahoo Movies exclusive clip, taken from a new featurette on the 30th anniversary Dirty Dancing Blu-ray, shows the two stars getting to know each other as they work through some dance steps. Swayze, an experienced ballet dancer by the time he made the film, instructs Grey to lift her chest so he doesn’t hurt her ribs. “It hurts my ribs,” she replies, giggling, as Swayze gently puts her down.