Ben Mendelsohn and David Michôd reveal all about the terrible filming conditions, and even worse haircuts that went into their new Medieval-set drama, starring Timothée Chalamet.
The Aftermath stars discuss their new film, war movies and Bend It Like Beckham
Rosa Salazar, Christoph Waltz, Keean Johnson and Jennifer Connelly say whether they'll pledge to work with more female directors.
Director Rob Marshall highlights some of the surprising references to the classic Disney film. Plus, why he cut the word "supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"
Despite appearing in nearly every scene of 'Christopher Robin' with Ewan McGregor, the voice of Pooh Bear says he didn't meet the Trainspotting star until the Disney film's red carpet premiere.
Arguments with Tim Burton, alternate endings, and other secrets of the beloved stop-motion musical "Nightmare Before Christmas," which has become an "inexplicable" Halloween fixture.
The Terminal star discusses the male gaze in cinema and why she's wary of filmmakers who take advantage.
The Hank Pym actor told Yahoo Movies UK he wants to do a Marvel movie every couple of years.
Family responsibilities are flipped in Incredibles 2, and its star Holly Hunter thinks it's an important message to get across.
The American actor and comedian discusses his role in the new film, riffing with Tiffany Haddish and Lil Rel Howery, and whether 'The League' could make a comeback.
Dylan Minnette and Katherine Langford talk exclusively to Yahoo Movies about the hit Netflix series and what to expect.
"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.
"I looked like an absolute horror show!" The Man Who Invented Christmas' Dan Stevens reflects on that Beauty and the Beast mo-cap suit viral...
'Thor: Ragnarok' director Taika Waititi says his movie about Michael Jackson's pet chimpanzee Bubbles will take about 5 years to make.
The filmmaker fills us in on what he calls "a hell of a trailer" and admits that he'd love to do a "Star Wars"-themed musical.
In real life, Matthew McConaughey is, by most accounts, a stand-up guy. You just wouldn’t know it from his movie posters. As eagle-eyed meme generators have pointed out, the Oscar-winning Dallas Buyers Club star has a habit of leaning on his co-stars in the posters for a number of his films.
Roger Moore addressed his legacy and paid tribute to Richard Kiel when we interviewed him back in 2014.
This week sees the release of ‘Inferno’, the third Dan Brown film adapted by Ron Howard, starring Tom Hanks as symbology expert Robert Langdon. All of the literary franchise’s usual tropes are present and correct – lavish European locations, mad dashes from museum to museum, symbols and puzzle-solving – but there’s one key factor missing from the new movie: Robert Langdon’s iconic mullet. The character’s flowing locks – the source of much derision when ‘The Da Vinci Code’ was released in 2006 – have gradually retreated over the course of the trilogy, all because the critics didn’t approve.