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.
Footage from the set of 'The Mountain Between Us' shows actors Kate Winslet and Idris Elba braving the conditions at 10,000+ feet altitude
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.
Watch the brand-new trailer for 'Literally, Right Before Aaron,' directed by Ryan Eggold ('The Blacklist') and starring Justin Long and Cobie Smulders
New York’s hottest club, the Box, is back on the screen in a new romantic drama.
Get your first look at 'In Search of Fellini,' a new film cowritten and based on a real-life adventure by the voice of Bart Simpson, Nancy Cartwright
Exclusive first look at deleted scene from 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' from home video release, featuring Kurt Russell, Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, more
Watch co-directors of 'The Lion King' sing and dance along with the hand-drawn storyboards as they pitch what would be one of the film's key sequences
Exclusive first look at a clip from 'Pilgrimage,' starring Tom Holland ('Spider-Man: Homecoming'), which debuts in theaters and on VOD on August 11
David Leitch has developed a reputation for his masterful orchestration of practical stunts and fight scenes — first as a stuntman, then as a stunt coordinator, and now as the shot caller behind the new Charlize Theron spy thriller, Atomic Blonde. If you’ve ever wondered how filmmakers like Leitch choreograph high-speed car chases, the director lets us in on a few secrets in our new installment of Instant Commentary (watch it above). Leitch narrates one of the film’s most pulsating sequences, which finds MI6 agent Lorraine Broughton (Theron) speeding through the streets of Berlin while baddies hunt her and the man she’s protecting (Spyglass, played by Eddie Marsan).
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.
Yahoo Movies' exclusive sneak peek from new film from director Ana Lily Amirpou, starring Suki Waterhouse, Keanu Reeves, Jason Momoa, stealthy Jim Carrey
Venice Beach P.I. Steve Ford (Willis) just had his home robbed, but all he wants when he finds suspects (led by Momoa's Spyder) is return of beloved pooch
Batman has the Batmobile. The Ghostbusters have the Ectomobile. And naturally, Gru has the Despicamobile.
New trailer for July film starring Willis and Christensen in race against time to save child held by criminals as leverage over witness to their crime
Exclusive first look at a bonus feature from the 'Juice' 25th anniversary Blu-ray, featuring a rare interview with Tupac Shakur on the set of the 1992 film
Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast, a two-hour-plus spectacle stuffed with a dozen songs, hundreds of characters, and new scenes that fleshed out some plot holes from the animated original, left several bits on the cutting-room floor. Now, Yahoo Movies has your exclusive first look at one of those deleted scenes featuring Emma Watson‘s heroine (watch it above). Director Bill Condon had conceived this scene to come early in the film, as Belle makes her way around her “provincial town” and interacts with its denizens.
Glance at the cast listing for the upcoming Netflix release Shimmer Lake and you’d probably expect a comedy: Rainn Wilson (The Office), Ron Livingston (Office Space), Adam Pally (Happy Endings), Rob Corddry (Hot Tub Time Machine), John Michael Higgins (Pitch Perfect), Wyatt Russell (Everybody Wants Some). And the film’s writer-director, Oren Uziel, penned the surprisingly great — and funny — sequel 22 Jump Street.
“Ronald Reagan? The actor?” So a flabbergasted 1955-era Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) famously quipped to time-traveling teen Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) in Back to the Future when told who the president of the United States would be in 1985.
It’s hard to believe there has not yet been a definitive documentary about the Grateful Dead, the seminal, cultishly followed jam-band. You can get your first look at Long Strange Trip in the exclusive trailer above. Directed by Amir Bar-Lev (The Tillman Story, My Kid Could Paint That) and produced by Martin Scorsese (you already know), Long Strange Trip culls new interviews, never-seen-before footage, concert performances, acid flashbacks, and more to tell the untold story of the Grateful Dead, from their conception in Palo Alto, California, to the 1995 death of de facto leader Jerry Garcia and beyond.
Life-expectancy rates continue to increase. That’s not only good news for each of us individually, but also collectively as a culture that dreads having to say goodbye to those we cherish.
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?
As debate rages on about the ethical and moral ramifications of drone warfare, a new thriller starring Sean Bean (The Lord of the Rings, The Martian) imagines the consequences of one such strike. In Drone (watch the exclusive trailer above), Bean plays Neil, a seemingly average suburban family man whose secret day job as a military contractor includes orchestrating pilot-less air attacks.
Excerpt from featurette included with home video release of K-2SO, the lovable rewired droid voiced by Alan Tudyk, plus exclusive character concept art
“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.