Tommy Wiseau says he was not fed lines from his cast and crew while shooting 'The Room,' as portrayed in 'The Disaster Artist.'
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 film 'Black Panther' carries themes that closely mirror today's real-world political climate, from Black Lives Matter to Trumpian immigration policies.
With 13 nods, “The Shape of Water” immediately becomes the favorite at the March 4 event, but as recent history shows, the Oscars are never that predictable.
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.
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.
You have to wonder how Kevin Hart’s pitch went to Don Cheadle when attempting to recruit the Oscar-nominated actor to appear in Kevin Hart: What Now?, the comic’s new standup special/action movie. Guess we’ll have to see Kevin Hart: What Now?
Rogue One is still 80 days away, but by the end of the week you’ll be able to play way through the newest Star Wars adventure — this Friday is when licensees can officially start selling their latest merchandise, including loads of new toys. To hype their wares, toy makers teamed with Lucasfilm and a group of superfans to create Go Rogue, a series of stop-motion YouTube videos loosely retelling the Rogue One plot (spoiler-free!) with the latest action figures, vehicles, and playsets.
As we mentioned in yesterday’s report from the set of PopStar: Never Stop Never Stopping, there are roughly a cajillion celebrity cameos in the concert mockumentary from Lonely Island’s masterminds Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Akiva Schaffer.
When it came time to interview the cast of Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, we returned to one of our favorite places on the web: the communal question-and-answer forum Yahoo Answers.
Upon hearing the premise of this week’s comedy sequel Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising — in which a young married couple (Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne) are terrorized for a second time by a houseful of loud college party animals wearing Greek letters — we’d bet one of your first reactions was, C’mon, really, wouldn’t they have just moved away from that campus after the first nightmare? In fact, very early in the movie, they sell their house to a lovely couple played by Sam Richardson and Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson.
These days Kate Beckinsale is probably better known for werewolf-whooping in the Underworld series than tea-sipping in costume dramas. But her roots are firmly planted in the latter. The 42-year-old London native made her movie debut in the 1993 Shakespeare adaptation Much Ado About Nothing while on summer break from Oxford before headlining fanciful fare like Cold Comfort Farm (1995) and Emma (1996).
The testosterone-fueled 2014 comedy Neighbors featured all the excess and belligerence you’d expect from an R-rated comedy about a wild fraternity making life hell for the couple next door: hazing, mushroom trips, erection party tricks, a homemade dildo racket, etc.
Premiere of trailer for horror film centered on a boy's demonic possession, hoping to be saved not by an exorcism but by a one-on-one confrontation in his mind between a scientist and the evil spirit
In retrospect, assuming the iconic role of Obi-Wan Kenobi was nothing compared to Ewan McGregor’s latest undertaking. Written and directed by Rodrigo Garcia (Nine Lives, Albert Nobbs) and shot by Emmanuel Lubezki (who has won the last three consecutive Academy Awards for Best Cinematography), the film imagines a 40-day trek made by Christ as he fasts, prays, soul searches, and resists the temptations of the Devil (also played by McGregor).
Former 007 Pierce Brosnan looks much more like a raving lunatic James Bond would foil than Her Majesty’s suave secret agent in the upcoming thriller Urge (watch the exclusive trailer above). Tempted by this super drug are a crew of young New Yorkers on vacation (including Justin Chatwin, Danny Masterson, Ashley Greene, and Alexis Knapp) in tropical paradise.
It was a hardly a secret that Magneto (Michael Fassbender) is the father to fast-and-furious mutant Quicksilver (Evan Peters). The parentage has been long established in the Marvel Comics source material, was teased in a couple carefully nested Easter eggs in 2014’s X-Men: Days of Future Past, and director Bryan Singer confirmed as much to Yahoo Movies when promoting the film’s special Blu-ray cut last July.
We’re not going to reveal our sources, but word around town is that the kitten actor that has the world fawning in the new Key and Peele comedy Keanu has also become one of Hollywood’s biggest (and most troubled) divas.
If you’ve ever watched Comedy Central’s hilarious sketch show Key & Peele, you know that hosts Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are big-time fans of Liam Neeson… er, Liam Neesons. The Taken actor’s slightly modified moniker entered the pop-culture lexicon thanks to a widely shared clip in which the comedic duo, playing parking valets, ramble on with unadulterated glee about the majestic badassery of “Liam Neesons” movies. “It’s inspired by that world, and certainly John Wick,” Peele told Yahoo Movies (watch above) when asked if Keanu is their take on the Liam Neeson(s) Taken trilogy.
In Keanu, the new action-comedy starring Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele (of Comedy Central’s Key & Peele fame), we meet arguably the cutest kitten ever to star in a major motion picture. Go on YouTube, though, and you will find dozens, if not hundreds, if not bajillions, of videos claiming to show “The World’s Cutest Kitten.” With that in mind, we screened three of the cutest of the very cutest to Keanu stars Key, Peele, Will Forte, and Jason Mitchell (watch above) to determine the single cutest kitten on the entire internet.
Just in time for Earth Day 2016, Disneynature has unveiled the first look at its newest entry, Born in China (watch exclusively above), which will hit theaters on Earth Day 2017. The studio behind Earth, Oceans, Bears, and Chimpanzee is calling Born in China its “most ambitious film yet” for the lengths the filmmakers went to capture footage in the Asian wild — or the heights, as it were. The production crew ascended the 16,000-foot-high Qinghai-Tibet Plateau to film the real-life adventures of three different families in the animal kingdom: monkeys, snow leopards, and pandas.
Ed and Lorraine Warren, the real-life paranormal investigators portrayed by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga in The Conjuring, claimed they had taken on more than 10,000 cases over the course of their illustrious (and creepy) career. “I knew that when I signed on for the first one — both Vera and I talked and said, ‘You know, this could be something that we could do for a while, just because of the way that it’s structured,” Wilson told Yahoo Movies from the Encino, Calif. set of The Conjuring 2 (watch above).
You don’t even have to sit through The Boss to hypothesize about who Melissa McCarthy’s larger-than-life Mama Warbucks, Michelle Darnell, might be based on. “I actually started Michelle Darnell about 15 years ago, I played her at the Groundlings,” McCarthy explained (watch above) at the film’s recent Los Angeles press day, shouting out the legendary Los Angeles improv collective that also counts Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig, Jack Black, Paul Reubens, Maya Rudolph, and McCarthy’s husband/Boss co-writer-director Ben Falcone as alumni.
In the new comedy The Boss, Michelle Darnell (Melissa McCarthy) is a titan of industry, who wows conventions full of wannabe entrepreneurs with her motivational mojo. Even after the richest woman in America bottoms out and does hard time for insider trader, Michelle rebounds by teaming with her ex-assistant (Kristen Bell) to build a homemade-brownie empire.