Riley Keough was born and raised in Los Angeles, but there’s no doubt she feels a kinship with the growing number of rural and/or Southern women she’s played in recent years. Keough’s mother, in case you didn’t know, is Lisa Marie Presley, and Keough is the oldest grandchild of Elvis and Priscilla. After making her film debut with a small part in The Runaways (2010), Keough attracted notice for playing a Florida stripper in Magic Mike (2012).
Two years ago, Salma Hayek bemoaned her status with major Hollywood studios, telling the Associated Press, “I think they don’t want me, but I don’t really care.” Since getting that gripe off her chest, however, there’s no denying Hayek has had a helluva run. And this month, she manages to steal some of the best moments from rival scene-chewers Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson in the new action-comedy, “The Hitman’s Bodyguard.”
"The Only Living Boy in New York" cast members Jeff Bridges, Kate Beckinsale, and Kiersey Clemons talk about whether New York has lost some of its edge.
What if Bart Simpson played the kid in "The Sixth Sense," "Home Alone," "The Shining," "E.T.," and other movies? Thanks to Nancy Cartwright, now we know!
Kiersey Clemons talks about wait to get going on DC Extended Universe's 'Flash' movie while promoting her new film, 'The Only Living Boy in New York'
The star, who claims "The Simpsons" could run for another 20-plus years, puts her comedic vocal skills on display.
Kate Beckinsale, star of new 'The Only Living Boy In New York,' says she was considered for a 'Wonder Woman' project in mid-2000s, but they never worked
'Detroit' costar Jason Mitchell talks about the intense Kathryn Bigelow production re-creating the city's '67 riots and the police brutality at the Algiers Motel.
Former Vice President Al Gore tells Yahoo Movies he suspects the reason many Americans doubt the science of climate change is well-funded disinformation
Oscar winner tells Yahoo Movies about her new action film 'Kidnap,' and comparisons to a Liam Neeson role that required a very particular set of skills
With November’s Death Wish, his remake of the 1974 Charles Bronson favorite that spawned four sequels, director Eli Roth is all about bringing another generation’s iconic action star back into the type of box office hit he deserves. “We wanted to bring back that great, classic Bruce Willis we all know and love and just do a fun, badass update of a revered classic,” Roth told Yahoo Movies. “I wanted to bring Bruce back to that Fifth Element, Unbreakable, Die Hard glory and have him craft another iconic performance, and I really think he did it.
'Some of the dire consequences that scientists have been warning us about have been occurring sooner than was predicted,' Al Gore tells Yahoo Movies
'Atomic Blonde' has great fights, Charlize Theron had to...dress the part? She tells Yahoo Movies action scenes in sexy clothes is 'a different reality'
Former VP Al Gore explains how he worked to make sure his gag made to seem like he was declaring presidential candidacy at 2016 Oscars wasn't misconstrued
George Clooney on upcoming 'Suburbicon': 'Less funny and a lot angrier' than Coen Brothers version. 'It seems like a good time for a film that feels angry'
the Silicon Valley guys [Woods and Nanjiani] were really inappropriate" during recording, Munn explained to Yahoo Movies (watch above). "They don't know how to be kid-friendly, which was a big problem for a kid-friendly movie."
Michael Rooker tells Yahoo Movies how far he, 'Guardians' director James Gunn went to guard 'Vol. 2' secrets, including planting fake clues in social media
With Wonder Woman continuing her assault on the box-office record books, it’s no surprise that the film’s brain trust is already cranking away on a sequel. Although no details have been announced yet — we expect some news at Saturday’s Warner Bros. panel at San Diego Comic-Con — director Patty Jenkins and DC’s Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns are teaming up for the Amazon princess’ second solo outing. “I’m working right now on the Wonder Woman 2 script,” Johns told Yahoo Movies.
But despite success of Fox's envelope-pushing films, Tatum isn't ready to commit to making Gambit an R-rated film: "We're not quite going there, because I enjoyed Gambit as a kid so I don't want to rule out PG-13."
Catwoman and Wonder Woman might be on opposing sides in DC's comic books, but off screen it's a pure love fest.
'Dunkirk' director Christopher Nolan on obscuring Tom Hardy face again: "This is a guy who gave an amazing performance with just a couple eyes and a scalp"
While nowadays she’s most closely associated with her hosting duties on The View, Whoopi Goldberg is an Oscar-winning actress with acclaimed credits like The Color Purple, The Player, The Lion King, and Ghost to her name. Goldberg was being recognized for these films and more at this weekend’s D23 Expo in Anaheim, where she was honored as a Disney Legend — and where Yahoo Movies wondered if she would ever be interested in reprising the role of Deloris Van Cartier, a lounge singer forced into witness protection at a convent, in Sister Act 3.
Edgar Wright had a very specific type of actor in mind when he penned the part of Joseph, the disabled foster father to Ansel Elgort’s getaway driver in the summer smash Baby Driver. “I wrote the character being 85, African American, and deaf,” Wright told Yahoo Movies.
Christopher Nolan’s WWII thriller Dunkirk is winning raves from critics, some of who have hailed the film as an instant masterpiece and cheered its visual spectacle and technical mastery. It’s likely to be a box-office hit and awards contender in the vein of such recent battle films as Saving Private Ryan, Letters From Iwo Jima, and Hacksaw Ridge. Indeed, Nolan’s signature awe-inspiring style sets Dunkirk apart from most war films, but there are other differences.
Disney broke the Internet Friday at the D23 Expo when it showed footage for the upcoming film Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 that revealed the sequel would unite many of its most famous animated princesses. Backstage, Yahoo Movies talked to a handful of the women behind the famous voices — Mandy Moore (Rapunzel in Tangled), Paige O’Hara (Belle in Beauty and the Beast), Anika Noni Rose (Tiana in The Princess and the Frog), Kelly Macdonald (Merida in Brave), Auli’i Cravalho (Moana), Jodi Benson (Ariel in The Little Mermaid), Irene Bedard (Pocahontas), and Linda Larkin (Jasmine in Aladdin) — about the unexpected revelation and how it all came together.