Our sneak peek from the upcoming "Battle of the Sexes" shows Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) making his first pitch for a tennis match against Billie Jean King (Emma Stone).
Exclusive first look at a deleted scene featuring Johnny Depp from the 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' Blu-ray, released on October 3
Yahoo Movies debuts an exclusive new featurette for the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King's 'It,' the horror classic featuring the evil clown Pennywise
"Wonder Woman" home video adds "Epilogue: Etta’s Mission," a short putting Lucy Davis's Etta Candy in the spotlight with Steve Trevor's team — get and exclusive peek.
For new movie “Planetarium,” Oscar winner Natalie Portman does something she hadn't yet done on screen: speak French. Watch Yahoo Movies' exclusive clip.
Director Ridley Scott reveals how he used a combo of practical rubber suits and CGI to bring his latest intergalactic monsters to life in "Alien: Covenant."
Exclusive peek at 'Step,' documentary about a high-school team of young women from Baltimore school traveling to national competition, striving for goals
Exclusive clip from summer thriller 'Kidnap' starring Halle Berry as a mom who takes matters into her own hands when her son is kidnapped at the park
Exclusive clip from 'The Glass Castle,' based on Jeanette Walls' bestselling memoir of family dysfunction, starring Brie Larson, in theaters Aug. 11, 2017
In deleted scene debuting exclusively at Yahoo Movies from 'Snatched,' Amy Schumer, Goldie Hawn escape kidnappers and call home — where 'dad' is no help
Get your first look at the "Chemistry" featurette, one of the extras from the upcoming home video edition of 'The Fate of the Furious,' released on July 11
In featurette, 'Kong: Skull Island' director Jordan Vogt-Roberts and stars Brie Larson, Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, discuss working on tentpole film
Yahoo Movies exclusive clip of Dan Stevens in Tim Smit's visual effects-heavy directorial debut influenced by video game style, in select theaters June 16
Yahoo Movies debuts another collection of violent clips from the sequel, set to music, an encore of the popular supercut made for the original film
Exclusive peek at new movie written and directed by Tyler Sheridan ("Hell or High Water"), starring Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen (both of "Avengers")
Exclusive clip from indie 'Folk Hero & Funny Guy' features the son of Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn, Wyatt Russell, showing he can carry a country tune
One look at this exclusive clip of Charlie Hunnam in 'King Arthur: Legend of the Sword' makes it clear it's the work of director Guy Ritchie
Sneak peek of drama 'The Dinner' starring Richard Gere as a politician whose teenage son gets into trouble that could sink his own life — and dad's career
Unique animated comedy from comic-book artist/graphic novelist Dash Shaw also features voices of Reggie Watts, Susan Sarandon, Maya Rudolph
'Shot! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock' explores the life and career of Mick Rock, whose photos helped shape perception of rockers like Bowie and Iggy Pop
In actor's latest film, his character's quest for revenge proves far more emotionally and morally complicated than it has in some of his past roles
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
While the death of Anton Yelchin at the far-too-young age of 27 rocked Hollywood last June, the Star Trek actor’s big-screen legacy hasn’t been fully appreciated just yet, with his final four film performances still awaiting a domestic theatrical release. In the wrenching clip, Yelchin’s Max — whose disappearance sets off We Don’t Belong Here’s drama — shares a heart-to-heart with his sister Elisa (Keough) on a grassy hill. It’s a brief, agonized moment in a film that’s sure to elicit a fair share of tears when it arrives in theaters tomorrow. We Don’t Belong Here co-stars Cary Elwes, Maya Rudolph, and Molly Shannon.
Featurette illustrates the assured leadership of director ('Set It Off,' 'The Negotiator') tackling his first film in monster 'cars and family' franchise
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.