Philip Seymour Hoffman's teenage son will lead the new Paul Thomas Anderson movie. He's the latest child of a celebrity to conquer Hollywood.
With Keanu Reeves in the midst of a career renaissance, it's worth taking a look at his take on the 'Hellblazer' demon hunter in 'Constantine'.
Britain's foremost satirist of the modern political world has travelled back in time to adapt Charles Dickens in 'The Personal History of David Copperfield'.
Just like last year, 2018 has seen a lot of movie-star transformations, with more and more thespians allowing themselves to spend hours in the prosthetic chair to receive massive makeovers in the hope of an Oscar nomination (we’re sure Gary Oldman getting one for his unrecognisable turn as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour didn’t help).Click through the gallery for our picks for the most shocking actor transformations of 2018.Read more15 biggest movie transformations of 2017The actors who went unrecognisable in 2016Hollywood’s most notable deaths of 2018
Swinton spent four hours in the makeup chair each day to become Dr. Jozef Klemperer.
Dakota Johnson is a dance student in supernatural peril in the official preview of Luca Guadagnino's 'Suspiria' remake.
If you're barking mad for glossy photos of 'Isle of Dogs' stars like Bryan Cranston, Greta Gerwig, and Bill Murray cosying up to puppets, then click this way for more.
There could be a ruse afoot in Luca Guadagnino's remake of Suspiria, involving a supposed psychoanalyst turned actor, some heavy prosthetics and Tilda Swinton.
Wes Anderson may generally be able to do no wrong in the eyes of most critics, but his latest movie is drawing some rare flack.
Director Luca Guadagnino tells Yahoo Movies UK that it was actually the German psychoanalyst Lutz Ebersdorf.
Luca Guadagnino talks exclusively to Yahoo Movies UK about his past work, his upcoming horror remake and willingness to make a superhero movie.
Odd new Netflix promo for Bong Joon-ho's 'Okja' features Tilda Swinton spouting 'wisdom' about pigs and dreams (and night terrors!)
Tilda Swinton has taken a pop at the Harry Potter movies and books for painting a ‘romantic’ picture of boarding schools. Swinton attended West Heath Girls’ School in Kent, now called The New School at West Heath, but said that she did not think children ‘benefit’ from the system. West Heath also boasted the likes of Princess Diana, then Diana Spencer, among its alumni, as well as singer Issy Van Randwyck.
The already controversial casting of Tilda Swinton in Marvel’s ‘Doctor Strange’ has again become a talking point in Hollywood, as an Asian-American group has condemned Marvel and the film’s director Scott Derrickson for their decision. The Media Action Network for Asian Americans issued a statement on Thursday blasting the white British actress Swinton’s casting as The Ancient One, mentor to Benedict Cumberbatch’s title character, who was originally a Tibetan male in the comic books. MANAA president Rob Chan argues, “Given the dearth of Asian roles [in ‘Doctor Strange’], there was no reason a monk in Nepal could not be Asian.
In the years since Marvel first started its cinematic universe, its cast of characters has grown increasingly diverse. “I think that in the movies we’ve already made, and certainly in the movies that are coming up, it will be as inclusive a group of characters as one could want,” Feige told Vulture. “Our filmmaker came in and had pictures of real high schools, and they are as diverse as you could imagine,” said Feige.
It seems Chloe Moretz’s career hiatus will be considerably shorter than anticipated. The 19-year old actress, who had not long since dropped out of every project she had in the pipeline including ‘The Little Mermaid,’ has now signed on to star in the remake of ‘Suspiria,’ Variety reports. The original 1977 ‘Suspiria’ is one of the most beloved films from the esteemed Italian horror director Dario Argento.
‘Doctor Strange’ director Scott Derrickson has revealed that Benedict Wong’s character (called Wong as it happens) was only brought into the film after Tilda Swinton was cast as The Ancient One’. Swinton’s casting, and later appearance in the film’s trailer, provoked a 'whitewashing’ controversy stemming from the mystical character’s Asian origin and Swinton’s lack there of. “I was very happy with that [Tilda’s casting], but I was also very conscious that in doing that I was erasing a significant potential Asian role,” Derrickson told The Los Angeles Daily News.
Renée Zellweger will return as the titular heroine in ‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’, but the Texan was a controversial choice when she got the role in 2000. In fact, there were several famous women courted to play Helen Fielding’s hilarious singleton before Zellweger came along, but who were they? The Australian actress was hot off ‘The Sixth Sense’ and was offered the role of Bridget, but it wasn’t meant to be.