The stars of the noir con-artist thriller share their thoughts on why 'eat the rich' stories are so compelling.
Sky looks to take on streaming giants Netflix and Disney.
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 Oscar-winner said she thinks criticisms of the movie's mostly straight cast were fair.
Amid nationwide protests over racial inequality, a 2018 interview with Davis talking about being called a "Black Meryl Streep" has resurfaced. So has an old interview with Sandra Oh talking about racism in the entertainment industry.
White celebrities are vowing to call out racist jokes and "not turn a blind eye" to injustice in a new campaign.
They played these roles once, but they didn't want to step into the famous costumes again.
Scarlett Johansson has landed herself among some rarified company in Hollywood history, after being nominated for two Oscars in the same year.
Joaquin Phoenix is never going to see 'Joker' and he's not the only actor who can't watch their own performances.
'The Woman in the Window' is the final movie produced by Fox 2000.
It also involves the use of a fake nose.
'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' has been banned in Cambodia for its portrayal of the country as a crime haven.
‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ may feature a predominantly male cast but it was the women who took over the London premiere on Monday night.New cast members to the ‘Kingsman’ series Halle Berry and Julianne Moore both dazzled in metallic and sheer gowns while star Channing Tatum’s wife, Jenna Dewan Tatum, looked like she had walked straight off the London Fashion Week catwalk.Other stars that impressed with their red carpet style included Poppy Delevingne (who showed off a new shorter hairdo), Kylie Minogue and ‘Game of Thrones’ star Pedro Pascal.Here’s all of the looks you need to know about from the star-studded premiere.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:50-plus women ruled the 2017 Emmys red carpetEvery famous face on the London Fashion Week SS18 front rowEvery single one of Jennifer Lawrence’s gorgeous ‘Mother!’ gowns
The American Dream goes bad in a new trailer for Suburbicon.
George Clooney on upcoming 'Suburbicon': "Less funny and a lot angrier" than Coen Brothers version. "It seems like a good time for a film that feels angry"
Debut teaser for 'Wonderstruck,' new film by Todd Haynes, is light on narrative details, but scores with its collection of dazzling, inventive visuals
Always stunning on the red carpet, Julianne Moore has piled on the decades for new movie ‘Wonderstruck’, currently filming in New York. The 'Hunger Games’ actress was snapped on set, sporting greying hair and thanks to some impressive make-up looking considerably older than her 55 years. The movie sees Moore re-teaming with 'Carol’ director Todd Haynes, whom she worked with on the acclaimed 2002 movie 'Far From Heaven’.
Not wishing to slight the success of this year’s ‘Deadpool,’ but you’d think from the overall reaction that it was the first 15/R-rated comic book movie to be a smash hit. Released in January 2015, director Matthew Vaughn’s live-action take on the comic book he co-conceived with Mark Millar - themselves the team behind earlier R-rated comic book movie ‘Kick-Ass’ - took $414.3 million worldwide (admittedly not quite so impressive as 'Deadpool’s $746 million). Now, a 'Kingsman’ sequel is in the works, bringing back Vaughn as director, Taron Egerton as chav-turned-secret agent Eggsy, and Mark Strong as mentor Merlin, plus two notable new co-stars in Halle Berry and Julianne Moore.
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.