Alden Ehrenreich and the cast of "Solo: A Star Wars Story" answer a series of burning questions.
Emilia Clarke still can't quite believe that Brad Pitt once bid almost £90,000 to watch an episode of Game of Thrones with her.
If you want to avoid spoilers of any kind for new Star Wars spin-off movie Solo, then avoid trips to US diner chain Denny's at all costs.
Coping with the loss of a parent is an unquestionably traumatic experience for a young child, and that’s certainly the case for the boy at the center of Voice from the Stone, an upcoming supernatural thriller starring Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke. Making matters worse here, however, is that along with grief, there are evil forces at play, although one wouldn’t necessarily know it from the scene we’re debuting exclusively at Yahoo Movies (watch it above), in which we see more of Clarke’s initial encounter with her young charge (glimpsed at in the trailer below). Set in 1950s Tuscany, Verena (Clarke) is a nurse who comes to live with a family headed by Klaus (Marton Csokas), who’s getting over the death of his wife.
Han Solo’s ‘Star Wars’ spin-off has begun filming. Appearing on Twitter, the film’s co-director Chris Miller revealed that the young Han Solo movie has officially started filming… revealing the films working title (and an awesome pun) in the process. “Han First Shot” he said alongside an image of the film’s clapperboard.
When actor Mahershala Ali (House of Cards, Luke Cage, Moonlight) revealed this week that he once auditioned for Game of Thrones, it made us sit up and listen. By the sounds of it, Ali was auditioning for the role of Xaro Xhoan Daxos, which Nonso Anozie eventually played in a handful of episodes in season two. Claflin revealed he also read for the part of Viserys Targaryen – that’s Daenerys’ not too pleasant brother.
Francesco Clark, a quadriplegic author whose book ‘Walking Papers’ appears in the movie 'Me Before You’, has slammed the producers of the film for failing to ask for his permission to use it. Clark says that his memoir, which details his experiences after a spinal cord injury left him paralysed, is featured in a 'key scene’ in the movie. In the movie, based on the novel of the same name by Jojo Moyes, a wealthy businessman, played by Sam Claflin, is left quadriplegic after an accident and plans his death at an assisted suicide clinic.
Following in the footsteps of Gillian Anderson, ‘Game of Thrones’ star Emilia Clarke has thrown her hat into the ring to become the first ever female James Bond. In May 'X-Files’ actress Anderson retweeted a fan-made poster amid speculation that Daniel Craig is finished with the series. In the tweet, she wrote: “It’s Bond.