Danny Boyle didn’t exactly subscribe to the Romero school of zombies before helming the 2002 horror hit 28 Days Later. “I was on the fence about zombies, to be honest,” he told Yahoo Entertainment during a recent Director’s Reel interview. The 28 Days Later flesh eaters not only were fast, but punishingly strong, too — something that, per Boyle, had a surprising inspiration.
As the younger actor tells it, Ford’s “apology” involved pushing him out of the way and putting his hand on ice. But Ford has an apology for that.
Not all the tweaks George Lucas made to the film as technological advancement allowed improved the material. Here five not-so-good changes to the blockbuster.
Monday’s Today Show featured a reunion with the cast of the first two Godfather films. Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, James Caan, Robert Duvall, and Talia Shire all sat down with anchor Matt Lauer to reminisce and talked about their early jitters on the set. “It’s a great script,” Pacino insisted.
Famed auteur Werner Herzog sat down with Yahoo Movies’ Kevin Polowy for a live stream where he called Joaquin Phoenix of the greatest actors of his generation.
Emma Watson has become an outspoken feminist and activist. Watson seems determined to pick roles that align with her ideals, which would indicate why the Beauty and the Beast star turned down Cinderella but agreed to play Belle. Emma Watson’s love for books make her quite similar to Belle.
Actress Kristen Stewart stopped by Today to talk about her new movie, Personal Shopper, but the topic quickly shifted to her new hairstyle. The previously raven-haired actress is now a blonde, and she went from long to buzzcut.
Eddie Murphy recently gave his first podcast interview to Awards Chatter, and talked about his long and prodigious career. In 2011, Murphy told Rolling Stone regarding his cultural impact, “…I’m the first black actor to take charge in a white world onscreen. On the podcast, Murphy said his Hollywood story is similar to another film icon.
During the MTV Movie Awards, "Captain America" star Chris Evans was on hand to debut some new footage from Marvel’s latest movie, "Captain America: Civil War."
On Monday’s 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' Harrison Ford stopped by to promote the Blu-Ray release of 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' but talked about his plans to film another installment of 'Indiana Jones.'
On The Tonight Show, Jennifer Garner shared an intimate corset-gone-wrong story from the Oscars. She told Jimmy Fallon, "I had a panic attack in my ribs."
Gal Gadot stopped by Ellen and discussed her role in the upcoming movie. During the audition process, Gadot had no idea she was going for the part of the iconic female superhero. “I didn’t know what I was auditioning for,” said Gadot.
Taran Tactical Innovations, a gun store in California, has shared a video of Keanu Reeves tackling a gun range with a whole mess of guns. John Wick: Chapter 2 has finished its principal photography and will be coming to theaters in February 2017. Racing through a course, Reeves used multiple guns quickly to fire off multiple rounds.
We’re only a few weeks away from meeting a new Dark Knight when Ben Affleck takes over the batsuit in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. The general feeling among fans is Affleck’s got big bat-shoes to fill, considering the level of adoration for Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy starring Christian Bale.
The Internet blew a great sigh of relief Sunday when Leonardo DiCaprio finally came away with an Oscar for his performance as Hugh Glass in The Revenant. Now that the Hollywood star has earned his statue, who’s next? There are several deserving performers who have yet to come away with a win — Bradley Cooper, Benedict Cumberbatch, Viola Davis, Ryan Gosling, Jake Gyllenhaal, Ed Harris, Ed Norton, and Will Smith being some of the most notable.
We see it every year. Oscar winners rambling on until the orchestra plays them off the stage. Here are a few who brought the gift of brevity to the podium.
Warning: Star Wars Episodes IV-VI spoilers below, but we really hope you’ve seen them by now. At the time of The Empire Strikes Back’s release in 1980, that lengthy kiss between a freshly thawed Luke (Mark Hamill) and Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) seemed perfectly appropriate. It added a nice layer of love-triangle intrigue to Han (Harrison Ford) and Leia’s ongoing will-they-or-won’t-they.
Sylvester Stallone will forever be associated with perennial underdog Rocky Balboa, a storyline that is seeing new life in the form of Ryan Coogler’s Creed. But long before Michael B. Jordan’s Adonis Creed, there was Carl Weathers’s portrayal of Balboa’s antagonist: Apollo Creed. Surprisingly, Weathers was not the first choice for the role, as Stallone told Stephen Colbert on The Late Show.