It has been three years since Alec Baldwin’s business-minded infant first swaggered into our lives as the protagonist of the Oscar-nominated 2017 animation The Boss Baby.
After spending last year as part of the 'Downton Abbey' ensemble, Tuppence Middleton is embracing something a lot darker in 'Possessor'.
It seems that just about everybody is keen to return to the world of 'The Craft: Legacy' for a sequel to the horror reboot.
In the era of 'Peak TV', the gap between movies and television is rapidly closing.
Zoe Lister-Jones believes horror can play a vital role in facilitating social commentary on the big screen.
Duchovny hasn't had a movie role since 2013, but horror reboot 'The Craft: Legacy' convinced him to step on to set again.
The supernatural happenings on the set of 90s horror reboot 'The Craft: Legacy' were not all fictional, according to star Cailee Spaeny.
Horror has become a prominent genre for depicting the Black experience on the big screen.
Her thoughtful horror debut 'Relic' is terrifying audiences all over the world, but Natalie Erika James's tastes as a child were far softer.
Olivia Cooke, star of new British crime comedy 'Pixie', and director Barnaby open up to Yahoo about the lack of arts support from the UK government during the pandemic in our exclusive interview.
‘Pixie’ star Olivia Cooke and writer Preston Thompson talk subverting the ‘Manic Pixie Dream Girl’ trope.
The Secret Garden star will next be seen in the hit BBC fantasy show.
Johnny Flynn is stepping into the iconic guise of music icon David Bowie for new movie 'Stardust'.
Johnny Flynn stars alongside Antonia Campbell-Hughes in new thriller 'Cordelia'.
There's a darker side to The Secret Garden that makes it an important story for families to tell.
After winning Best Film at the London Film Festival, director Thomas Vinterberg speaks to Yahoo about his film and the future of film festivals.
Earlier this year Two and Half Men star Jon Cryer revealed he had auditioned for the role of Marty McFly, now we can watch him do it.
Wheatley says Daphne du Maurier was trolling the audience - "she changed the genre every 30 or 40 pages".
The 30-year-old actor portrays the future King from his time at university in the 1960s right up to his marriage to Diana Spencer.
“We made the film to be shown on the big screen," says Soul's co-director Pete Docter.
Both actors agree they had to give up their normal lives to make it in Hollywood.