Ferrell and McAdams play Icelandic musicians Lars and Sigrit who dream of entering the song competition.
Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams appear in the first spoof video from Fire Saga, the Icelandic band at the centre of their forthcoming Eurovision comedy movie. It’s most inspiring.
Calls for a (proper) Mean Girls sequel just got louder, with star Rachel McAdams now saying she'd be keen to reprise the role of high school queen bee Regina George.
Jessica Chastain turned down a supporting part in 'Doctor Strange' in the classiest way possible.
Tina Fey's teen comedy classic Mean Girls was turned from a movie into a Broadway stage musical in 2018.
It’s a mark of a good actor to be able to deliver a decent performance no matter who they’re paired up against.But in some cases, their acting chops are truly tested when their co-star is someone they absolutely loathe.Over the years there have been several examples of movie couples who have hated each other in real life so Yahoo Movies has rounded up 15 of them for you to explore.READ MOREWhy the Avengers broke Joss Whedon and not the Russo BrothersJames Cameron should stop bashing comic book movies14 movies that ended Hollywood marriages
"It's sort of the heart of the film, and essential to the storytelling," she says of the love scene. Here's why she believed it was so important.
The new trailer for the Bleecker Street drama <em>Disobedience </em>starring Rachel Weisz, Rachel McAdams, and Alessandro Nivola turns the dial up on estranged families, religious conflict, and forbidden love. The English-language debut from Sebastian Lelio had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival last year. Adapted by Lelio and Rebecca Lenkiewicz from the book by Naomi Alderman, the film follows a woman as she returns to the community that shunned her…
Selma Blair and Rachel McAdams have said that they were both sexually harassed by the director James Toback.
The star of ‘Doctor Strange’ reveals exactly how that amazing surgery scene was filmed. Marvel Studios’ ‘Doctor Strange’ out on 3D Blu-ray™, Blu-ray™ & DVD on 6 March 2017. Available on digital download from 24 February 2017.
Marvel’s latest cinematic effort, the Benedict Cumberbatch-starring ‘Doctor Strange’, has proven a big hit, and star Rachel McAdams has revealed the odd thing she’d indulge in while bored on set. Speaking to Look magazine (via The List), McAdams, who plays nurse Christine Palmer in the Marvel movie, shared the unusual thing she did to entertain herself while filming the mind-bending film which allowed her to also invest in the role. During those long hours on-set, McAdams said she’d found a new hobby to pass the time and help her relax: "I shadowed a really great female neurosurgeon in Toronto and one in London, who taught me how to do stitches.
Rachel McAdams, the star of this week’s ‘Doctor Strange’, has addressed the long-standing rumour that she and Ryan Gosling didn’t see eye-to-eye on ‘The Notebook’ despite playing a couple who were madly in love. “We certainly had intense creative conversations [on ‘The Notebook],” McAdams euphemistically told Yahoo Movies. Gosling had been briefly linked with the role of ‘Doctor Strange’ when Marvel was unable to lock down Benedict Cumberbatch for the role, so we asked Rachel whether she’d been dreading a ‘Notebook’ reunion if the ‘Sherlock’ star had pulled out.
Tina Fey, the writer of ‘Mean Girls’, has confirmed that a musical version of the teen comedy is on its way, much to the delight of fans everywhere.
Tom Hardy may be an intense, award-worthy star these days, but everyone’s got to start somewhere. For Hardy, it was winning a model competition on Channel 4 morning show, ‘The Big Breakfast’. The pair had a solid on-screen history with ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ and ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’.
The cast for Marvel’s ‘Doctor Strange’ is shaping up very nicely. Benedict Cumberbatch is taking the title role alongside Chiwetel Ejiofor as Baron Mordo and Tilda Swinton as The Ancient One. Rachel McAdams is set to be play the female lead, but until her exact role has been a bit of a mystery.
‘Doctor Strange’ may be close to landing another cast member… as Rachel McAdams confirms rumours of her involvement. During an interview with The Los Angeles Times, the 36-year-old actress admitted that she’s currently being considered for the female lead in ‘Doctor Strange’. Of course, McAdams found herself linked to ‘Doctor Strange’ earlier this month, when rumours appeared to suggest that she had already been offered the female lead opposite Benedict Cumberbatch.
You can watch Jake talking about that and changing his physique in our video above. Gyllenhaal is already garnering Oscar buzz for his performance, which sees him play a fading fighter who tries to get his life back on track after a series of personal setbacks.