Australian singer-songwriter voices a pop-star pony whose long-banged, half-blonde, half-brunette mane feels awfully familiar.
Guillermo del Toro's latest film just premiered at the Venice Film Festival; it also stars Doug Jones, Michael Shannon, Octavia Spencer, Richard Jenkins
After Comic-Con panel, Netflix releases clip of a full scene from 'Death Note,' original horror/thriller that begins streaming in August starring Nat Wolff
Steve Zahn's scene-stealing 'Bad Ape' spotlighted in new advance clip from 'War for the Planet of the Apes,' opening in U.S. theaters on Friday, July 14
'Logan Lucky' clip features bleach blond Daniel Craig as loopy convict key to heist plans of Channing Tatum and Adam Driver in new Steven Soderbergh film
The scene finds Mark Renton (Ewan McGregor) informing old flame Diane (Kelly Macdonald) he won’t be sticking around until daybreak — and Diane is unfazed.
Cate Blanchett is one of contemporary cinema’s most accomplished actresses, and her most ambitious project to date may be her latest: Manifesto, director Julian Rosefeldt’s film adaptation of his multiscreen art-installation project, in which the Oscar winner plays 13 different roles. It’s a chameleonic tour de force that features Blanchett reciting famous historic and modern manifestos in a variety of unlikely guises and settings. As you’ll see in the above scene, Blanchett is almost unrecognizable as a homeless man wandering an Eastern European wasteland.
Tom Holland will be swinging into action this July as Marvel’s web-slinging hero in Spider-Man: Homecoming, but that’s not the only adventure he’ll be embarking upon this year. Ahead of that film’s upcoming theatrical debut at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, we now have its first trailer above. On the Irish coast in A.D. 1209, Holland and his fellow monks — including Richard Armitage’s leader and Jon Bernthal’s mute — set out on a quest to bring a legendary artifact with biblical origins to Rome, where they believe it will be safe from those who seek to wield its power.
Marvel man and Oscar winner have a spirited discussion about how he’s going to care for whiz-kid in peek at indie drama from director Marc Webb
Scarlett Johansson will be a cyborg cop on the trail of a deadly hacker in futuristic Tokyo in this month’s Ghost in the Shell, a live-action remake of the 1995 animé classic (which itself was based on a beloved manga series). While early promos have featured some stunning sci-fi visuals and more than a bit of philosophizing about issues of identity and autonomy, perhaps its signature sight has become that of its leading lady in a skin-tight bodysuit. ...
As proven by his work in Guardians of the Galaxy and Jurassic World, Chris Pratt is very good at being funny. In the above behind-the-scenes clip from the home release, Pratt shows off his boogie-woogie moves for costar Jennifer Lawrence and the rest of the Passengers crew during the filming of the dance scene. What’s undeniable is that Pratt and Lawrence had a great time making Passengers, as confirmed by both the above clip, this previous blooper reel, and their many charming joint interviews.
The Kids’ Choice Awards was home to a kid-centered (if not exactly kid-friendly) clip from Transformers: The Last Knight.
During Beauty and the Beast‘s lengthy, celebrated run on Broadway, one moment always guaranteed big laughs: the Beast is attempting to invite Belle to dinner, but he knows no way to do it other than in a brash, abrasive, uninviting manner. Trying to help are his faithful servants, who instruct him to be gentler … and even try a smile. It doesn’t go well.
There may be no bigger film headed our way — at least in terms of the sheer size of its main character — than Kong: Skull Island, opening March 10. The brand-new take on the famed movie ape will see Brie Larson, Tom Hiddleston, and more heading to the creature’s homeland and finding a world of gargantuan trouble. Ahead of its theatrical debut, we have an exclusive clip from the film, in which two of its marquee stars have a heart-to-heart about the true nature of their supernatural circumstances.
At Comic-Con last July, we learned that, while Iron Man and Captain America were punching each other over a superhero registration act in Captain America: Civil War, Chris Hemsworth’s Thor was taking it easy Down Under, hanging out with his new roommate Darryl. In the minute-and-a-half clip (above), which is included on the new home video release of Doctor Strange, Hemsworth shows off the excellent comic chops he displayed in last summer Ghostbusters, as his hero comes up with a lame scheme to make some money by selling some of his Asgardian stuff.
Set in 1947 during the handover of power in India from the British government back to the Indian people, ‘Viceroy’s House’ was the name given to the home of the British rulers and the film tells the story of Lord Mountbatten’s time as the last Viceroy of India. Mountbatten (Hugh Bonneville) was on a tight schedule charged with handing India back to its people.
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.
The suit worn by Robin, Batman’s longtime sidekick, was inspired by vintage illustrations of Robin Hood. At least, according to co-creator Jerry Robinson — you know, if you want to take his word for it. In the upcoming The Lego Batman Movie, the mythology behind the Boy Wonder’s costume gets turned inside out, and you can take a look in the exclusive clip above.
The story of newsreader Christine Chubbock is one of the most shocking, and extreme media moments of the 20th century. Starring Rebecca Hall (‘Iron Man 3’, ‘The Town’), ‘Christine’ (in cinemas Friday) breathes life into the tragic true story with a meticulous portrayal of a woman on the edge. Featuring Hall as the ambitious broadcaster, Tracey Letts as her boss Michael, Maria Dizzia as her colleague Jean, and Michael C. Hall as co-worker George, the clip gives a good sense of the growing crisis that begins to engulf Christine.
The new Nicolas Cage thriller Army of One has earned plenty of attention for its bonkers-sounding premise: Cage plays an unemployed handyman who receives a message from God (in the form of Russell Brand) that it’s his duty to capture Osama Bin Laden.