The photos feature Hemsworth, costar Tessa Thompson and director F. Gary Gray happily mugging for the camera on set of the new film.
Princess Jasmine, from "Aladdin," might say that artist Ástor Alexander has shown Disney fans a whole new world with his latest creations.
San Diego Comic-Con 2018 is in full swing. That means people are rocking their best professional and homemade costumes and makeup for the epic four-day event. From Marvel superheroes to Game of Thrones, this year’s cosplayers do not disappoint. Take a look at the people who brought their A-game to the convention
Solo character posters for "Ant-Man and the Wasp" reveal the best look yet at Michelle Pfeiffer as Janet van Dyne.
Margot Kidder, who died Sunday at 69, will forever be remembered as Lois Lane, the feisty love interest of Superman who she portrayed in the Christopher Reeve movies of the ’70s and ’80s. But Kidder amassed an impressive list of credits over the years, from The Amityville Horror to Boston Common. Here’s a look at some of her greatest.
The supers are back. To mark the return of Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, Frozone, and pals in The Incredibles 2 one month from now, Disney and Pixar have designated today as Incredibles Day (or the social-friendly #IncrediblesDay). In addition to the new theme songs for our heroes (you can see the exclusive Elastigirl video on Yahoo Entertainment), there are fan activations in major cities. And, of course, some incredible Incredibles merch is now available. Click through to see the highlights.
The chameleon-like actor, known for physical changes for previous roles, radically transforms himself again to embody the mobster late in life, in a film scheduled for release in October.
"The Royals" star Elizabeth Hurley flew to the U.K. to be with her family and has taken to social media to try to find witnesses to the knife attack on her nephew Miles.
Hollywood loves to cast illustrious stars as famous historical figures, even though it doesn’t always care if the former necessarily resembles the latter (see, for instance, 2015’s Steve Jobs, in which Michael Fassbender doesn’t look much like the Apple visionary). That’s most definitely not the case with the upcoming biopic Judy, in which Renée Zellweger will step into the legendary shoes of Judy Garland — a role that, as proven by today’s first photo from the production, will benefit from the fact that Zellweger is nearly indistinguishable from the cinematic icon. Inspired by that stunning snapshot’s debut, we’ve compiled a rundown of the finest instances of actors becoming the spitting image of their real-life artist and politician characters.
With new installments of Star Wars, Jurassic World, and the Avengers headed our way this summer, movie fans have plenty to cheer about. The same goes for toy lovers, who can look forward to action figures, play sets, board games, and other playthings based on 2018’s biggest blockbusters and hottest television shows. Yahoo Entertainment spent the past weekend at New York City’s annual festival for toys, Toy Fair, where we got to see both the new and retro movie- and TV-related toys that everyone will be talking about this year. Scroll through the gallery and start getting your holiday wish lists ready now.
Hello, old friends — and by friends, we mean our favorite TV shows. And as with any friend who’s been away for some time, it’s time to catch up on what’s been going on and discover what’s new.These returning shows range from a musical drama taking its final bow to a fantasy epic, to a political thriller about a new, embattled president. A superhero is back to prowl the streets of New York, while a queen figures out how to rule and be a mom at the same time. The truth is still out there, and love is still everlasting. Click through this slideshow to get the rundown on 10 returning shows, straight from the cast and creators. And check out our Winter TV Preview, featuring 13 new shows, here.
The Last Jedi has arrived in theaters, offering an expansive new vision of the Star Wars universe as conceived by writer-director Rian Johnson. To accomplish his vision, Johnson teamed with production designer Rick Heinrichs (Fargo, The Big Lebowski, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Captain America: The First Avenger) and Lucasfilm’s in-house team of “visualists.” Together they dreamed up new planets stocked with never-seen species, original characters, sleek starships, and lots of porgs. Their concept art, costume sketches, and storyboards have been collected alongside author Phil Szostak’s detailed commentary in the new The Art of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Yahoo Entertainment got a sneak peek at the book and exclusively presents some of the highlights here.__________________________All images via The Art of Star Wars: The Last Jedi by Phil Szostak, and Lucasfilm Ltd. © Abrams Books, 2017; © 2017 Lucasfilm Ltd. and TM. All Rights Reserved. Used Under Authorization.
Thanks to such box-office hits as Get Out, Annabelle: Creation, Split, and, of course, the monster success that is It, 2017 is proof positive that moviegoers still love going to the theater to be scared out of their minds. And one could make the case that the genre has never been stronger than it’s been in the still-young 21st century. The past 17 years have seen the rise of global horror as a creative and commercial force, with new classics emerging from such far-flung locations as Australia and South Korea, along with domestically made features at both the independent and studio levels that push aesthetic and narrative boundaries. With Halloween on the horizon, Yahoo Entertainment is counting down the best horror movies released since 2000 and where you can see them. Be afraid … be very afraid. And be ready to sound off in the comments; we had to make some tough cuts (sorry, Pennywise!) to get this list to 25, so let us know your favorite movies that we missed.
So-called sexy Halloween costumes have gotten out of control in the last few years, with manufacturers doing their best to crank out a “sexy” version of pretty much anything. Even characters that have no business being sexy are now tarted up — and it’s time for the madness to end. Click through to see 19 terrible “sexy” pop culture costumes that simply should not exist.More Halloween stories from Yahoo Entertainment:• ‘World War Z’ mastermind Max Brooks ranks pop culture zombies • ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ turns 20: Ryan Phillippe looks back • Inside the ‘Punky Brewster’ episode that scarred you for life
This year’s installment of New York Comic Con kicked off on Thursday at Manhattan’s Jacob Javits Center. Thousands of zombies, aliens, and superfolk have assembled for the four-day pop-culture-palooza, chock-full of panel discussions, interactive booths, autograph signings, and sneak peeks at upcoming TV shows, movies, and, of course, comic books. From Rick and Morty to The Walking Dead, here are some of the best cosplayers that we’ve spotted so far.
Harry Dean Stanton, the sardonic, iconoclastic actor whose off-kilter presence enlivened films and TV series ranging from The Avengers to Pretty in Pink to Big Love, died Sept. 15 at age 91. A character actor and occasional leading man for nearly seven decades, Stanton stayed active into old age, recently appearing in Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival. Here’s a look at his greatest roles.
At 27, Jennifer Lawrence takes on what she describes as her most challenging role yet in the new Darren Aronofsky thriller Mother!, hitting theaters this weekend. With three films in production for 2018, we can look forward to more stylish red carpet appearances by the Oscar-winning actress in the future — and if the past is our guide, she’s a welcome presence at any movie premiere. For evidence, take a look back at 10 years’ worth of memorable red carpet moments starting with her professional breakthrough as a TV actress in 2007.