Warm up those cringe muscles, because the first trailer for Brie Larson musical 'Basmati Blues' is like a full-body workout.
Marvel Studios revealed some key details at San Diego Comic-Con about its first woman-led Marvel Cinematic Universe story, “Captain Marvel,” that has longtime fans intrigued. If you’re not up on your Marvel Comics, though, you could be forgiven for not knowing who or what a Skrull is. The Skrulls predate both of those races in the Marvel Universe, facing off against lots of Marvel heroes over the years.
Brie Larson, Cillian Murphy, Armie Hammer, and Sharlto Copley star in an exclusive new clip from Ben Wheatley's 'Free Fire'. The video shows the gun deal that kick starts an almighty shoot out.
“Kong: Skull Island” is an American monster film, the reboot of the “King Kong” franchise and the second instalment in the “MonsterVerse”. It sees a group of explorers arriving on Skull Island in the 1970s to learn more about a giant ape, Kong. “Kong: Skull Island” is directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts, with a story and screenplay by Dan Gilroy.
It’s also the second film in a Legendary Pictures mega-monster cinematic universe that began with 2014’s ‘Godzilla’. The idea, following 2019’s ‘Godzilla 2’, is for the King of Monsters to face off with King Kong in a earth-shaking, skyscraper-bothering rematch, following their big screen clash in 1962.
It’s here – ‘Kong: Skull Island’ just got its final trailer, and it’s absolutely epic. After teasing a new (and final) trailer for ‘Kong: Skull Island’, the folks at Warner Bros. have really treated us with this crazy, brutal and monster-filled clip. Featuring King Kong himself, it looks as though the colossal King of the Apes is going to be facing plenty of other creatures in his latest adventure.
Brie Larson won’t star in her first ‘Captain Marvel’ movie until 2019, but anticipation for the character’s arrival in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is already super-high – after all, she’ll be the first female superhero to star in her own MCU movie. The lengthy stretch between Marvel announcing Larson had been cast in July 2016 and the start of production on ‘Captain Marvel’ (which we estimate will be around the start of 2018) gives her plenty of time to prepare for the very important role.
Brie Larson has had to say sorry to fans, after she posted a throwback picture of herself petting a dolphin. Soon after sticking the snap on her Instagram page, she started getting flack from those concerned about animal rights. “I touched a Dolphins belly while sporting a trucker hat in 2004.
Anna Kendrick recently suggested that she’d make an excellent Squirrel Girl, one of the more obscure superheroes in the Marvel world. “It would be perfect casting, and we’re huge Anna Kendrick fans,” Joe Russo told Yahoo Movies this week while promoting the upcoming Blu-ray/DVD release of the summer mega-hit Civil War.
Not overly enthusiastic about your ballot options in this year’s upcoming presidential election? While it will inevitably be Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump who takes the Oval Office after November’s vote, we couldn’t help but fantasize about an alternate timeline where some universally beloved figure could unite a divided nation, someone like… a Marvel superhero.
To cap an epic panel that included casts, sizzle reels, trailers, and concept art for a range of films — Black Panther, Thor: Ragnarok, Doctor Strange, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 — Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige called all the stars from the films together for an epic superhero selfie (similar to what Fox did last year with its version of the Marvel universe). But after the various ensembles assembled, he had one more person to trot out: Brie Larson, your new Captain Marvel.
Come Thursday, Paris Fashion Week will officially be over, along with the country-spanning marathon we know as Fashion Month. And while most of us will have to wait until September for next season’s trends to hit the racks, there are always a few lucky starlets who’re able to get their hands on some of the most coveted looks to hit the Fall 2016 runways, way before the public. From Selena Gomez looking red hot in Cushnie Et Ochs after the Grammys to Gigi Hadid getting sultry in one-day-old Versace, here 12 looks that went straight from the Fall 2016 runways to the street without skipping a beat. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day
It’s safe to say everyone was moved by Lady Gaga’s performance of her Oscar-nominated song “Til It Happens to You.” The Golden Globe winner performed the ballad — co-written by Diane Warren for the documentary The Hunting Ground about sexual assault on college campuses — alongside a group of survivors.
From cocktails to Disney princesses, here’s what the internet had to say about this year’s red carpet dresses at the 88th annual Academy Awards. Have your own opinion? Let us know by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA. Don’t forget to check out Yahoo Style, Yahoo Celebrity and Yahoo Movies for up-to-the-minute fashion, beauty and entertainment news surrounding the 88th Academy Awards
It used to be that you could tell a member of “new Hollywood” by the dress she wore to an awards show: something youthful, prom-like and, quite possibly, a bit pouffy. But not anymore. These days, Hollywood’s up-and-coming class is chock full of fashion-forward females who can hold their own at an awards show. Wearing designers from Gucci to Chanel Couture and Calvin Klein Collection, these young women bring just as much magic to their red carpet dressing as they do to the roles they play onscreen.
The countdown to the Academy Awards is on! And with only a few days to go until the red carpet rolls out for Hollywood’s biggest night, we’re all busy anticipating what our favorite nominated actresses will be wearing. Here are 10 looks we hope the noms will be wearing at the Oscars.
On red carpets, questions related to fashion have become very divisive. “Which one?” Larson asked, thinking maybe she was referring to the rags she wore in her Oscar-nominated film Room. “The dress for the Oscars, do you have your dress,” the reporter clarified. The very professional journalist soldiered on despite the scoffing and finished her question: “Is there pressure for you to be best dressed and all that?” Then, determined to make fashion seem smart, Larson answered eloquently, despite her obvious distaste for the topic. “I feel like the way I’ve been able to understand clothes and fashion better is it’s a great way for me to express what’s happening on the inside,” she said.