If you're confused about what Pixar's latest, simply titled Lightyear, is actually about – let me put your mind to rest.
Tim Allen is a wealthy, well-loved star and is happily married, but it wasn't always plain sailing for the original Buzz Lightyear.
The 'Everybody Loves Raymond' star said her friend Tim Allen 'IS Buzz' and should have been cast in the new movie.
British actor and comedian Ricky Gervais will host the Golden Globes for the fifth time this weekend, as the movie and TV world assembles for the first big awards show of the year.
Allen spent just over two years behind bars for drug trafficking offences before becoming a Hollywood star
Toy Story 4 dominated the box office this weekend, breaking the UK record for the biggest three-day haul of all time for an animated movie.
Allen's 2013 remarks about using a racist slur have resurfaced following a new interview alongside 'Toy Story 4' costar Tom Hanks.
The first reactions for Toy Story 4 have emerged and it looks as though Pixar has another masterpiece on its hands.
'Toy Story 4' producer Jonas Rivera admits it wasn’t just the public asking that question, it was also being asked by the creatives tasked with the job of finding the story the fourth film.
Though many will still get misty eyed at the thought of Andy heading off to college at the end of Toy Story 3, the next instalment is clearly intending to pull some of those same strings.
Tim Allen – a long-time republican in a predominantly democratic business – has complained that he’s not allowed to voice his own political opinions for fear of reprisals. This is like 30s Germany. “What I find odd in Hollywood is that they didn’t like Trump because he was a bully.
All smiles on the red carpets, this lot have had to grin and bear it in a prison cell for everything from insider dealing, drug-dealing to manslaughter.Image credits: Rex Features/Getty/PA/Reuters
1999 sci-fi comedy ‘Galaxy Quest’ is the latest movie property to boldly go from the big to the small screen. First reported as having been in the works earlier this year, Entertainment Weekly have now confirmed that a TV series of cult hit starring Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, and Alan Rickman is in development at Amazon Studios.