The 'Black Mirror' stars discuss the 'choose your own adventure' format and the pitfalls of technology.
James McAvoy has serious concerns about the X-Men joining the Avengers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
'The Nun' director Corin Hardy says actor Demián Bichir was genuinely scared witless while they were shooting the scene where his character Father Burke gets buried alive.
'Stan & Ollie' star Steve Coogan says “you can do comedy about any subject.”
The actor and co-star Kevin Hart appear in the English-language remake of award-winning French film 'The Intouchables'.
'Welcome To Marwen' features a huge nod to one of Robert Zemeckis' most iconic movies that will catch audiences completely unaware.
The star of Ben Wheatley's new BBC film talks openly about Brexit and making his debut in Gary Oldman's 'Nil By Mouth'.
Welcome To Marwen. It’s a dramatic retelling of the story first told in the acclaimed 2010 documentary Marwencol, of Mark Hogancamp, an artist whose life is changed forever when he’s dealt a brutal beating by a gang of thugs. The attack deprives Mark (played in the film by Steve Carell) of his memory and, as part of his therapy, the artist builds a toy WW2 town – Marwen – which he populates with dolls inspired by people in his life, and Hoagie, his doll avatar.
Nicholas Hoult says the experience of playing the bewigged Robert Harley in 'The Favourite' has given him a new sense of sympathy for those who wear high heels.
Steve Carell has admitted to feeling "like an idiot" while wearing a skintight grey leotard for the performance capture scenes in his new movie 'Welcome To Marwen'.
Obviously, Bee is largely a CGI creation, so we were curious to find out how this robot-human interaction was actually achieved on set.
Like The Doctor, Mary only appears at times of crisis, she carries a bag that is bigger on the inside than the outside, occasionally wears a bow tie, and can converse with animals.
"I jumped in the deep end," says Mortal Engines director Christian Rivers about his directorial debut, "and the water was deeper and colder and thicker than i'd ever imagined it would be."
The film director discusses his colourful political satire, speaking out in the film industry and confirms his involvement in del Toro's Netflix anthology series.
Directors Bob Persichetti, Rodney Rothman and Peter Ramsey discuss their superhero movie with Yahoo Movies UK.
"I just have to get invited, and asked," Peter Jackson said about the hit sci-fi show, "and if we can figure it out, I would love to do a Doctor Who."