"Pretty in Pink" director Howard Deutch shares behind-the-scenes stories from the making of the Brat Pack classic.
Two great performances are front and center in Sean Durkin's first feature in nine years.
The Marvel star got emotional while sharing his experience standing on the balcony where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated.
"The Invisible Man" writer-director Leigh Whannell and stars Elisabeth Moss, Oliver Jackson-Cohen and Storm Reid break down the horror film's allegorical messages.
"Outbreak" screenwriters Laurence Dworet and Robert Roy Pool address the coronavirus as viewers revisit their 1995 film.
That Bill Skarsgård isn’t part of the awards season discussion for the year’s best actor is a crime.
Only “Curb Your Enthusiasm” could put out a brief teaser that shows Larry David getting annoyed at a toaster, and you could safely assume that would be the entire plot of the premiere.You can watch David stare at a toaster in the video above. The comedy will return next month after more than two years after it last aired. Though HBO has only confirmed a January return for “Curb,” Jeff Garlin told The Daily Beast that it will premiere on Jan. 19.“It’s my favorite season,” Garlin said. “I know there are other seasons that people will like as much, if not more, but for me, the premise of [this] season is my favorite one we’ve ever done.”Also Read: 'The New Pope' Gets Premiere Date at HBOSeason 9 of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” premiered in 2017, six years after the HBO comedy aired its original series finale in 2011. Not long after the ninth season ended its run in December 2017, the show was renewed for a 10th season.Production on Season 10 began last October — after being stalled from its planned spring 2018 start — and a teaser was released a month later. “Curb Your Enthusiasm” was created by David, who executive produces and stars on the show. Garlin and Jeff Schaffer are also executive producers.Read original story Watch Larry David Fight With a Toaster in ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Season 10 Teaser (Video) At TheWrap
The 'Hidden Figures' star is set to play successful author Veronica Henley in the top-secret horror thriller.
While on the set of Happy Days, Winkler got a call from an Illinois State Trooper who said, “I have a 17-year-old kid on a ledge, and he is threatening to jump off, and he will only talk to you.”
The actor confirms he's not taking over Hugh Jackman's role while discussing 'Playmobil: The Movie.'
The actor discusses his spy role in the animated feature and what it would take for him to play a live-action secret agent.
The actor hopes to reunite with his Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels director for this Fast & Furious spin-off series.
Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson grapple with their sanity on a deserted isle in the first trailer for A24's "The Lighthouse." "The Witch" filmmaker Robert Eggers co-wrote and directed "The Lighthouse." New footage released Tuesday features a black-and-white whirlwind of entrancing madness led by Dafoe and Pattinson, keepers of the fixture atop an eery black […]
In a Comic-Con without a massive Star Wars panel or even a Joss Whedon lecture, those looking for any lightning in Hall H, could rely on Mark Hamill this afternoon. A lot of these panels have the same wash-rinse-repeat formula: Actors talking passionately about their roles in projects we haven't seen yet. Or worse, a great […]
Based on his own life story, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje’s Farming charts the extraordinary journey of a young fostered Nigerian boy who, struggling to find an identity, falls in with a skinhead gang in 1980’s England. At six weeks old, Enitan (Zephan Amissah) is left in the care of a white working- class family in the dock-town of Tilbury, in Essex. His new surrogate mother, Ingrid (Kate Beckinsale), makes for a complex, but dubious foster parent. Unsure of his place in the world, and lacking a mother’s love, desperate to belong the teenage Enitan (Damson Idris) spirals into self-destruction, falling in with a local skinhead gang led by Levi (John Dagleish). When all seems lost, a sympathetic teacher, Miss Dapo (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), offers him one last shot at redemption. Told with brutal honesty, Farming is an unflinching autobiographical portrait of a young man who must battle the odds and realise that, in a world of hate, his toughest battle will be learning to love himself. Farming is released in UK cinemas on 11 October.
Winfrey responded to the backlash she received after her interview about allegations against Michael Jackson.
Footage has resurfaced of Michael Jackson buying “rings,” supposedly with James Safechuck when he was a young boy. Footage of Michael Jackson shopping for jewelry and toys with a young boy has reemerged. The news story from 1989 shows Jackson and a boy — presumably James Safechuck, one of the accusers who spoke out in Leaving Neverland — shopping in California.