20th Century Fox love looking to pop culture to boost the franchise's online presence.
Wes Ball talks exclusively to Yahoo Movies UK about the major film studios joining together.
While the merger of Disney and Fox might bring the X-Men and the Avengers together, it could also costs thousands of people their jobs, according to business analysts.
The writers of 'The Simpsons' have proved to be rather prescient, predicting the future many times during the show's 20+ year lifespan.
Disney is acquiring 21st Century Fox for $52.4 billion (£39bn) bringing hit franchises such as X-Men, Avatar, and The Simpsons into the House of Mouse.
The X-Men, Deadpool and the Fantastic Four could be coming to Disney - here's how that could change EVERYTHING for your favourite comic-book characters...
Screenwriter Michael Green talks exclusively to Yahoo Movies about Murder on the Orient Express, its sequel and remediating Agatha Christie's bigoted writing.
Marina Benedict, who played an ice-cold assassin on Fox’s Prison Break revival, now has Gotham in her crosshairs. Also new for Season 4 of the comic books-based drama is Benjamin Stockham (About a Boy‘s… boy), who will befriend young Master Wayne. TVLine has learned exclusively that Benedict is set to recur as Cherry, the owner […]
The Exorcist has taken possession of John Cho, tapping the Sleepy Hollow vet to join the series’ second season as a regular. As TVLine previously reported, the thriller is overhauling its cast in Season 2 as the priestly trio of Alfonso Herrera, Kurt Egyiawan and Ben Daniels (aka the only series regulars returning) preside over […]
Sharpen those pencils and launch ’em at the ceiling in victory, because it’s official: 'The X-Files' will return for Season 11, Fox announced Thursday.
2016 was an eventful year for comic book movies, with an array of successes, disappointments, and downright disasters. ‘Deadpool’ was one 2016’s success stories. While the first film’s writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick were talking to Comicbook.com about their new sci-fi-horror ‘Life’, the pair commented on how ‘Deadpool 2’ would be cast imminently.
You may recall a video that went viral last week, of a Tennessee woman ranting about her disdain for what she considers to be too-sheer leggings. In response, the good folks at Fox & Friends decided to bring in a panel to dissect the situation further. Comprised entirely of presumably heterosexual fathers—Fox’s legal analyst Arthur Aidala, Duck Dynasty’s Willie Robertson, and Andrew Sansone, the husband of Fox’s Julie Banderas—the panel is asked whether its members find it acceptable for the ladies in their lives to “parading in public” while wearing leggings. Because, you know, it isn’t enough to walk down the street and hear what cat callers think of what you look like.
Of course, when it comes to Rob Lowe, John Stamos, and Fred Savage, we already know they’re experienced at making a play for our… hard-earned cash. 11. Fred Savage for Pac-Man multi-vitamins/Fruit Roll-Ups/Fruity Marshmallow Krispies/McDonald’s The Grinder star managed to do so many commercials throughout his childhood, we felt a deep need to combine them into one big tie, and embed the Pac-Man vitamins (which, apparently, were so much better for you than Flintstone’s vitamins, mom!) because it was Savage’s first. 10. Rob Lowe for Visit California Savage’s Grinder co-star was just one of many celebs who joined in promoting tourism in 2009 in his home state during Arnold Schwarzenegger’s governorship. 9. Fred Savage for Honda Let’s be honest: Modern Fred just isn’t as adorable as little Fred.
Whether you’re tuning in because you’re looking forward to rooting for your favorite show or you’ve been dragged begrudgingly to your girlfriend’s BFF’s viewing party, we totally get it: After awhile, watching the Emmys can get a little dry. With our favorite nominees in mind — and the tasty Emmy night cocktails our friends at Yahoo Food came up with — rules for such a game started flowing from our brains like Cristal at a Puff Daddy party. 2. Any time the camera shows Amy Poehler, Amy Schumer, or Julia Louis-Dreyfus in a bit or sketch, take your drink into the bathroom and practice your spit-take, 'cuz they funny.