"Star Wars" animation supervisor Stephen Aplin explores the cutting-room floor and fills us on what didn't make the blockbuster movie.
The husband-and-wife team describe the evolution of the movie to a single-song adventure, the "puzzle" of writing the double-meaning lyrics, and the personal meaning the song took on for them.
Harry Styles gives a fascinating insight into Christopher Nolan's meticulous attention to in this new behind-the-scenes look at 'Dunkirk'.
Graynor, the MVP of the awards-season-favorite comedy, also spills details on being directed by a naked James Franco.
Editor Joe Walker shines a light on the first insanely epic cut of "Blade Runner 2049."
Director Jon Watts will co-write with Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers; Sony wants to keep all creative elements intact to maintain tone of first installment
Jack Thorne brought on to do a polish on the latest draft of “Star Wars: Episode IX,” which has Colin Trevorrow on board to direct, sources tell Variety
How they did it: A chat with visual effects artist Doug Chiang, then starting his ILM career, now a VP and executive creative director at Lucasfilm.
At Disney's D23 Expo, a new glimpse at the 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' set shows Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac at work
On 'The Howard Stern Show' to promote 'Snatched,' Ike Barinholtz talks about a scene when Jared Leto unexpectedly 'grabs me and kisses me'
Instagram posts include substantial 'Rampage' synopsis, motion capture actor who will be guiding performance of CG gorilla, a special birthday cake
'Guardians' writer-director James Gunn tells EW baritone Vin Diesel ("a real actor") had no trouble handling the higher pitch of fan fave character
It’s no secret that Logan owes a big tip of the cowboy hat to Shane. X-23, are glimpsed watching Shane in a Las Vegas hotel room.) But Hugh Jackman tells Yahoo Movies that another Western came close to inspiring the ending he initially imagined for his signature X-Man, one that would have granted Wolverine a stay of execution.
Peter Jackson classic ‘The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring’ turned 15 years of age this week and to mark the anniversary star Orlando Bloom has shared some unseen photos from behind the scenes. Bloom, who played elven archer and Fellowship member Legolas in the fantasy epic, shared pictures of him with cast members including Viggo Mortensen, Dominic Monaghan and Billy Boyd, stunt doubles and crew members.
Two stars were initially attached to Damien Chazelle film now considered by many to be the awards season front-runner
Their faces are on posters and big screens across the country, so it takes a lot for a movie star to slip past the public’s collective radar. And while that doesn’t happen all that often in real life, the big transformations they make for certain movie roles make them absolutely unrecognizable. Inspired by Bryan Cranston’s outing as a homeless man in the upcoming movie Wakefield, here are some of the most jarring transformations documented by paparazzo in recent years.
Kathy Bates prepares to break James Caan’s ankles in the 1990 film ‘Misery’ (Photo: Everett Collection) If you’ve seen the horror film Misery, which opened 25 years ago this November, chances are one scene is burned into your brain: the moment when Annie Wilkes breaks the ankles of bedridden novelist Paul Sheldon with a sledgehammer. It’s the most memorable and disturbing moment of the 1990 film, based on a Stephen King novel — and yet, from the moment Misery went into production, the hobbling scene was incredibly divisive, costing the film a director and several potential stars. Based on existing reporting and new interviews, here’s an in-depth look at how Misery’s scariest moment came to be, complete with rare behind-the-scenes photos.