The actor returns as ex-C.I.A. agent Bryan Mills in the latest film in the vengeance-driven action franchise
In the first trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's hugely anticipated 'Inherent Vice,' we get a first glimpse at just how disheveled Doc Sportello (Joaquin Phoenix) is.
The actor's three kids are far more into Disney princesses than superheroes
Lorde s ominous-yet-catchy new track 'Yellow Flicker Beat' hints at just how serious 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1' is going to get.
All the big premieres and big stars from the world-renowned film festival.
November s Dumb and Dumber To (which just released a new TV spot) continues the misadventures of our favorite world-class idiots, Lloyd Christmas (Jim Carrey) and Harry Dunne (Jeff Daniels), but it s not actually the first project to revisit the pair. Dumb and Dumber (the title of the animated TV series) attempted to capitalize on the 1994 hit comedy, running on ABC for 13 episodes between October, 1995 and February, 1996. While the show featured more nimble and slack-jawed hand-drawn versions of Harry and Lloyd, its biggest deviation from the film was in the addition a female pet purple beaver named Kitty.
Go ahead, punk: Watch this compilation of the movie's most diligent vigilantes.
Jeremy Renner introduces an exclusive clip from 'Kill the Messnger' on Yahoo Movies.
Watch Ben Affleck Get Grilled by the Cops in an Exclusive New Gone Girl Clip In these days of manufactured hype, there are few films whose arrival still qualifies as genuine events, but Gone Girl easily scales those heights. Based upon the chart-devouring best-seller by Gillian Flynn, directed by the king of dark-toned prestige filmmaking David Fincher, starring Ben Affleck straight off his Argo-driven career resurrection, Gone Girl arrives dripping with expectation. The gripping thriller plot tells the story of two failed New York City magazine writers (played by Affleck and British actress Rosamund Pike) who are forced to relocate to the midwest. On their fifth anniversary wedding anniversary, Affleck s character discovers his wife has disappeared.
We all screw up in our jobs. Meaning: They can show up on YouTube with the video title Reporter Epicly Fails at Interviewing Kristen Wiig. (And speaking of screwing up jobs, that correct spelling is: epically). The high-energy (or highly caffeinated) reporter Chris Parente from Denver s CW affiliate KWGN scored a live-via-satellite interview with Skeleton Twins duo Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader and muffed his research pretty badly. It s a pretty icky question to begin with, but made worse by the fact that the nudity he s referencing was in a different Wiig movie: her recent Toronto debut Welcome to Me. The Sundance hit Skeleton Twins did not play Toronto and, thus, was not the talk of the festival, as Parente describes it.
Watch the Story of an Important Band You May Have Never Heard Of in the Rock Documentary Revenge of the Mekons Their albums don t sell particularly well (even by small-label standards) and they often play to less-than-packed houses yet few bands can match the influence and longevity of the Mekons. Over their nearly four-decade career, they ve managed to create a musical genre and win over a small but vocal number of admirers (from rock critic Lester Bangs to novelist Jonathan Franzen). The improbable story of this cult band is the subject of a new documentary, Revenge of the Mekons. Director Joe Angio traces the history of the band, which was formed in 1977 as a proto-punk outfit made up of some U.K. art-school misfits of modest ambitions and limited musical abilities.
Reese Witherspoon talks favorite movies, favorite countries, and favorite food for Vogue's 73 Questions.
Though Sir Ben Kingsley arrived at fame via the most peace-loving of paths with his title role in Gandhi, in recent years, he s more often found playing the baddest of the bad, in a gaggle of films including Prince of Persia, Lucky Number Slevin and Iron Man 3. Yet when asked where his latest rogue, in the new animated film Boxtrolls, falls within his canon of rogues, Kingsley takes exception to labeling any of them eeeeevil. The film is the latest winner from Laika, the stop-motion wizards behind Coraline and ParaNorman.
The third 'Jupiter Ascending' trailer feature Mila Kunis taking charge as the future queen of Earth in the Wachowskis's space epic.
Viola Davis costars in this globetrotting action-thriller directed by Michael Mann
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!