Director Jeff Nichols has never had an easier time titling a movie. The filmmaker’s latest project, Loving, follows the real-life couple (Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga) whose union led the Supreme Court to strike down laws prohibiting interracial marriage. The couple’s last name — which all you law students already know — was, amazingly, Loving.
Richard Gere was not clamoring to play corporate raider Edward Lewis when "Pretty Woman" first looked his way.
With “The Miracle Season,” there’s talk of a comeback for Helen Hunt. The actress has been here before. In our latest “Role Recall” interview, Hunt talked about starting off on “Swiss Family Robinson,” doubting that “Mad About You” would succeed, and more.
"Ready Player One" screenwriter Zak Penn reveals Parzival and friends originally ventured into the world of "Blade Runner" for the film's second challenge.
Screenwriter Zak Penn explains how nods to his first two movies, "Last Action Hero" and "PCU," ended up in "Ready Player One."
“I suffered through geekdom when nobody but me, I felt, was a geek,” Steven Spielberg says.
Karen Gillan is a terrible dancer. The Scottish actress will be the first to admit it.
One day, the director reportedly said his new film hadn’t been granted the rights to use “Star Wars” material. The next day, he told us it did. And he told us some things fans can watch for.
Alicia Vikander admits she’s always been “petite.” The Swedish Oscar winner (The Danish Girl) and former ballet dancer stands 5-foot-5 and has always had a featherweight frame. Vikander, 29, added about 12 pounds of muscle to play the video-game-turned-action-movie heroine in the new reboot of Tomb Raider (a role previously played on the big screen by Angelina Jolie in 2001 and 2003). “I lifted weights, probably for the first time in my life, to be able to put on that muscle,” Vikander told Yahoo Entertainment at the film’s Los Angeles press day (watch above).
If you went Deep Nerd on that behind-the-scenes video released from "The Last Jedi," you may have noticed Finn sporting a haircut and costume we never saw in the movie. Here's how that happened.
"It was Ava DuVernayed," Mindy Kaling says of the new movie version of "A Wrinkle in Time."
If you've seen 'Call Me by Your Name,' chances are you shed a tear or two during the film's poignant closing moments.
Elisa Esposito (Sally Hawkins) surely loved Amphibian Man (Doug Jones), but what is the general perception of his sexiness? We asked.
Many of this year's Oscar nominees have spent the last six or months or so talking endlessly about their films at one press junket or awards event after the other. So on the red carpet at the 2018 Academy Awards, we asked a handful of nominees for their favorite moments from other movies.
The subjects of 'The Disaster Artist' and 'I, Tonya' crossed paths in epic fashion.
Oprah's Barbie doll modeled after her character Mrs. Which in the upcoming fantasy "A Wrinkle in Time' is easily a life highlight.
"Daniel, watch out, I'm coming for your job," the "Atomic Blonde" star warns the current 007 star. Just don't call her Jane Bond.
Kim Kardashian finally introduced her newborn daughter to social media on Monday with a post on Instagram.
"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."
"Black Panther" is the most tweeted-about movie in the world in 2018 — and was probably pretty high up there last year too.
The cast and crew of "Black Panther" clearly found some "most amusing" ways to entertain themselves while shooting Marvel's latest megahit in Atlanta last year.
Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons's 'Fargo' co-star, fiancée, and future baby mama, quickly passes by in the background during a scene in 'Black Mirror.'
The actor says a highly polarizing moment on the show was among certain provocative plot points dictated by network execs.
"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."
In perhaps the most horrifying moment in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri," Sam Rockwell's brutish cop casually beats the pulp out of a local advertising impresario before tossing him through a second-story window.