Johnny Depp has been forced out of his role as Grindelwald in the 'Fantastic Beasts' franchise. He's not the first to be usurped for a major movie part.
The house which provided the horrifying denouement in horror classic The Silence of the Lambs is up for sale.
The Oscar-winner said she thinks criticisms of the movie's mostly straight cast were fair.
US network CBS has green-lit a pilot based on writer Thomas Harris's Clarice Starling, the FBI agent from Silence of the Lambs.
The well-known screenwriter talks about his directorial debut, the struggle of making an indie movie and the status of his LEGO movie 'The Billion Brick Race'.
Breaking with tradition in the midst of an awards season that has come to colloquially become known as “the year of the woman,” the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has tapped four actresses to present this year’s lead acting awards at the 90th annual Oscars, Variety has learned. Jennifer Lawrence and Jodie Foster […]
We trawled through the Oscar archives and did a little digging on how the most famous Academy Award-nominated kids have fared since their red carpet strolls.Read more10 actors who were injured on Oscar-winning movies10 massive mistakes in Oscar-winning movies6 shocking Oscar 2018 upsets that could happen
With its ambiguous main character, and its timely look at technology and parenting, Black Mirror episode Arkangel emerges as the highlight of series 4.
Jodie Foster says narrative dramas are moving to television now because Hollywood franchises have muscled them out. “Right now, the mainstream industry is really just making superhero movies,” Foster told Yahoo Movies, “They’re betting on that, that’s their all in bet: on big, massive franchise films. The actor-director, whose new directorial film ‘Money Monster’ is out today, adds that if audiences want to see more dramas and less blockbusters in cinemas, they need to vote with their feet.
Clearly Helen Hunt’s local Starbucks is so packed with celebrities, sometimes it’s tough to remember which one is which. Such was her experience yesterday, when, despite the barista discretely suggesting that offering up a name for her order would not be necessary, managed to get her mixed up with another Hollywood icon altogether. - Celebrity doppelgängers - Gillian Anderson on Bond rumours - Angelina Jolie gets professor job at LSE Gamely posting the mix-up on her Instagram page, she wrote: “Ordered my drink @Starbucks. Asked the barista if she wanted my name. She winked and said.
Hollywood’s current obsession with big-budget tentpoles is holding the movie business back when it comes to creating more films by and for women, Jodie Foster said at the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday. “They’ll make enormous movies tentpole films and they’ll be all in, kind of like a casino bet,” Foster said at Variety and Kering’s Women in Motion talk.
Having originally opened in February 1976, ‘Taxi Driver’ remains one of the most acclaimed and controversial films that De Niro and director Martin Scorcese have ever made. In honour of its 40th anniversary, New York’s Tribeca Film Festival (of which De Niro himself is one of the founders) will host a screening of the classic, followed by a talk with the principal cast and crew. After the screening on 21 April, Scorcese, De Niro, writer Paul Schrader and co-stars Jodie Foster and Cybill Sheppard will all take the stage to discuss the film and its legacy.
Accents are easy, right? YouTube a couple of vids, do two weeks of vocal training, then hope you get within 100 miles of the right country.
Made the mistake of doing it twice — three times. ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ is okay. Director Jonathan Demme’s film, based on Thomas Harris’s novel, went on to sweep the board at the Oscars, with best lead performance awards for both Jodie Foster and Hopkins - despite Hopkins having under 25 minutes of screen time.
‘Bugsy Malone’, the movie musical beloved by drama teachers, was released in 1976 to positive reviews. Sir Alan Parker’s sassy singalong cast a bunch of largely unknown youngsters (Jodie Foster aside) to play thinly veiled versions of infamous US gangsters and molls. Scott Biao – Bugsy Malone Brooklyn-born actor Baio made his movie debut in ‘Bugsy Malone’, a part he admits he wasn’t very interested in at the time. “I went to the city to meet with Alan Parker.