Click through for up-close tour of insanely detailed flagship "Ninjago" set, plus previously unseen concept art illustrating how close toys and film align
Yahoo Movies attended the May 25 opening ceremonies for Disneyland's new Guardians ride; click through for the highlights of the gala event and a sneak peek inside Mission: Breakout!
Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) are getting together a bunch of their new super friends for (what DC and Warner Bros. hope is) a crime-busting good time in the upcoming Justice League, slated for Nov. 17. While we've glimpsed the new members in trailers and brief interludes in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, we haven't really gotten a clear look at Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) until today.
Maybe that’s because this Thursday, May 25, will be the 40th anniversary of the original release of Star Wars in theaters. To celebrate this auspicious occasion, we’ve been posting Star Wars stories this month, including choice vintage interviews, original videos, some of our favorite pieces from years past, and, like today, exclusive news. Yahoo Movies has the first look at the anniversary toys and collectibles that will be available at Disney Stores on Thursday, including deluxe action Han and Luke figures and cuddly Tsum Tsums, as well as limited-edition lithographs, pins, ornaments, and figurine.
Yahoo Movies has your first look at Hot Wheels' new Biggs-mobile, which will be available this week at Star Wars Celebration, as well as a peek at Mattel's other character cars, starships, and "carships" now shipping to stores in commemorative 40th anniversary packaging.
In the late 1970s, Topps’ Star Wars line was even more popular than the trading-card titan’s signature baseball collectibles. A New Hope), The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi, we have an advance look at Star Wars Topps Classic Sticker Book ($12.95), from Abrams Books, a new volume loaded with reproductions of the stickers that were included with the trading-card packs — and which lovingly adorned our Trapper Keepers back in the day. It will be available from stores and online retailers on April 4, ahead of May’s 40th anniversary of the original 1977 film and Star Wars Celebration, the fan-centric convention in Orlando that will have panels marking the milestone occasion, with scheduled appearances from luminaries such as Mark Hamill (on hand to promote The Last Jedi), Peter Mayhew, Anthony Daniels, Billy Dee Williams, and Jeremy “Boba Fett” Bulloch.
Spam. Dead parrots. Lumberjacks. Nudge-nudges. Silly walks. The inside stories of all of Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin’s greatest hits are covered in Monty Python’s Flying Circus: Hidden Treasures. ...
Thor: Ragnarok , the threequel in the ongoing saga of the Asgardian Avenger, finds our hammer-less hero (again played by Chris Hemsworth) trapped by a cosmic being and forced to fight his not-so-jolly green friend, the Hulk (with Mark Ruffalo back as Bruce Banner). Meanwhile, across the galaxy, Thor’s homeland is facing destruction. Along with returning characters like Tom Hiddleston’s Loki, Anthony Hopkins’s Odin, and even Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange, the film introduces Cate Blanchett as the death-goddess Hela and Tessa Thompson as Thor’s formidable ally Valkyrie. ...
Forgotten island. Lost civilization. Giant gorilla. Prehistoric monsters. Reckless adventurers. All the seminal ingredients have been stirred together to form Kong: Skull Island, Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures’ reboot of the classic ape story that has captured the imagination of moviegoers for more than 80 years.
On May 25, 1977, George Lucas unleashed Star Wars on an unsuspecting planet Earth. Lucasfilm and its partners are pulling out all the stops to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the film (now known as Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope). At last weekend’s New York Toy Fair, Hasbro unveiled its premium 6-inch Black Series figures based on the original, classic Kenner lineup.
As Peter O’Toole said when he received an honorary Oscar in 2002 after eight unsuccessful nominations in the competitive categories, “Always a bridesmaid, never a bride, my foot.” Leonardo DiCaprio may have broken his losing streak with last year’s win for Best Actor in "The Revenant," but some people are still waiting for gold. These folks included here may not own an Oscar, but they’re all winners in our book. A few of the honorees below are nominated again this year, so watch the Oscars on Feb. 26 to see if they finally get their trophy.
We typically think Meryl Streep when it comes to Oscar records, with the master thespian having amassed an incredible 19 nominations. But when it comes to actual wins, Streep’s not in the record books. Instead you’ll find names both famous (Walt Disney, John Williams, Katharine Hepburn) and less familiar (art director Cedric Gibbons, soundman Gary Rydstrom). As we get ready for Oscar night on Feb. 26, here are the folks who have been awarded the most statuettes.
Hot Wheels tied in with Marvel characters, Justice League action figures, more first looks at fun stuff to be on display at N.Y. Toy Fair
There’s no doubt that male superheroes like Batman and Superman have long dominated DC’s cinematic universe, but with Wonder Woman heading to theaters this year and DC’s hugely popular multimedia initiative Super Hero Girls taking off over the past year, the ladies are catching up. While this year’s New York Toy Fair, taking place this weekend at Manhattan’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, will feature plenty of Bat-toys, there will also be loads of Wonder Women, Harley Quinns, and Supergirls on display. Click through to see Yahoo Movies’s exclusive sneak peek of the latest DC offerings from toy-maker Jakks Pacific
It’s been 25 years since Mike Myers and Dana Carvey brought their hit Saturday Night Live characters Wayne and Garth to the big screen. Wayne’s World opened in the U.S. on Valentine’s Day in 1992. Here’s a look back at some excellent stars who attended the Los Angeles and London premieres. Read more:
Valentine’s Day is upon us, and what better way to get into the mood than with a lovey-dovey movie? Leave it to us to point you in the direction of the finest romantic options available at the click of a button.
It’s that time of year again – when boxes of candy and bouquets of roses became obligatory gifts for that special someone in your life. (Go here for a roundup of 10 totally romantic movies to stream right now.) But what if you don’t currently have anyone to woo and instead would prefer to wallow in your own less than flowery feelings this Feb. 14? Never fear: We’ve compiled a rundown of the 10 best anti-romantic movies currently available for streaming online.
The Empire is expanding, and will soon have outposts established in Orlando and Anaheim. The House of Mouse confirmed this week that the anticipated Star Wars Land expansion — dual 14-acre immersive themed lands at Disneyland and Disney World that will be on the official galactic map — would open in 2019, in time for Episode IX, the closing chapter of the central "Skywalker Saga." The project, announced in 2015, began construction in April 2016. Over the past several months, Disney has been releasing concept art for Star Wars Land, and we've collected it all here to give you the flavor of that galaxy that's suddenly not so far, far away.
The steamy sequel to the kinky love story Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker hits theaters on Feb. 10. Our erstwhile Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele, Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson were on hand in Los Angeles Thursday evening for the official premiere. Click through to see all the stars on the red carpet.
The Academy Awards ceremony is right around the corner on Feb. 26, but for the contenders, the press tour began months ago. Naomie Harris, whose role as the drug-addicted mom in Moonlight earned her first Academy Award nomination — for Best Supporting Actress — has been promoting the indie drama since last fall. Let’s take a look back at the star’s busy road to the Oscars.
To help pass time until the film's May 5 opening, we've collected all the publicity images and movie stills in one handy gallery for your viewing pleasure. So crank up the mixtape and enjoy!
Part of the fun of attending the Sundance Film Festival each year isn’t just discovering great movies — it’s also becoming acquainted with terrific new actors. And the festival’s 2017 edition offered a wealth of emerging talent, from young performers making their cinematic debuts (Ashleigh Murray and Chanté Adams) to TV stars crossing over into features (Jessica Williams and Kumail Nanjiani) to a veteran character actress (Lois Smith) proving that you’re never too old to be a Sundance superstar. Here are the 10 breakout Sundance performances you can expect to hear about all year.
By Ben Arnold, Yahoo Movies UK They’re here – the best movie posters of 2016, as selected by the Internet Movie Posters Awards, the leading online authority about such matters. As well as the best of the year by genre, there’s also the worst of the year, and other more ‘out there’ categories like ‘strangest credit of the year’, which for 2016 was a real peach. Read more La La Land is the joyous, vibrant film we need in 2017 Seven 2017 Oscar nomination stories worth celebrating Emma Watson reveals why she chose Beauty and the Beast over Cinderella
The nominations for the 89th annual Academy Awards were announced Tuesday morning, and as expected, "La La Land" danced away with the most nods. The musical received 14 nominations — including Best Picture, Best Director (Damien Chazelle), Best Actor (Ryan Gosling), and Best Actress (Emma Stone) — tying the record previously set by "All About Eve" in 1951 and "Titanic" in 1998. But the producers of "La La Land" aren’t the only ones cheering. This year’s pool of nominees is significantly more diverse than last year’s, when the #OscarsSoWhite controversy caused some big-name Academy members to boycott the ceremony.