Kim Kardashian West, Ariana Grande, Kevin Hart and many more stars took to social media to give special recognition to all the mom's out there!
Why does “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” start in the most boring way possible? This action-adventure fantasy sequel to 1995’s “Jumanji” sees a new group of children trapped in the titular game, which has inexplicably become a retro video game. When they appear in the game, they take on the forms of their in-game characters.
Johnson, Jack Black, Karen Gillan and Kevin Hart star in belated sequel to the 1995 comedy adventure.
"The game continues, but this time it plays YOU," says The Rock of comedy adventure sequel with Jack Black, Kevin Hart and Karen Gillan.
The 'Jumanji' star admits to making mistakes in an intimate video shared on Saturday.
Sandra Bullock has donated $1 million to the Red Cross, to help the relief effort following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey in Texas.
The 38-year-old comedian challenged Beyonce, Justin Timberlake and more stars to give back.
Kevin Hart isn't sweating allegations that he cheated on his pregnant wife, Eniko Parrish, with a woman...
The 37-year-old comedian expresses his opinion on Griffin and Maher's recent controversies on Wednesday's episode of 'The View.'
Appropriately, Dwayne Johnson seems to be treating the set of Jumanji like a giant adventure game. The busy actor and Sexiest Man Alive has posted some new behind-the-scenes photos and videos from the upcoming fantasy film, a follow-up to the 1995 Robin Williams movie about kids whose lives are upended by a magical board game. Over the weekend, Johnson posted action-packed shots of a big fight scene in an exotic locale, as well as a video of him spooking his co-star Kevin Hart with a poisonous snake.
Underlining Ben Affleck’s star power, The Accountant dominated moviegoing with a solid $24.7 million opening weekend at 3,222 North American sites. Sunday’s estimate came in significantly above expectations, which had ranged from $18 million to $20 million at the start of the weekend. Comedy concert film Kevin Hart: What Now? delivered about half of The Accountant total with $12 million at 2,568 locations. But the debut of sci-fi adventure Max Steel was ignored by moviegoers with $2.1 million at 2,034 screens for a dismal $1,049 per-screen average. ...
You have to wonder how Kevin Hart’s pitch went to Don Cheadle when attempting to recruit the Oscar-nominated actor to appear in Kevin Hart: What Now?, the comic’s new standup special/action movie. Guess we’ll have to see Kevin Hart: What Now?
The summer movie season is nearly over and it’s probably fair to say – like the UK weather - it’s been a bit of a damp squib. Sure fire hits have missed, dependable franchises have misfired, and bankable stars have gone bust. Here’s who we think triumphed and failed over the summer.
"The main reason why the film looks as good as it looks is the addition of Kevin Hart,” he says. The Secret Life of Pets, which also features the voices of Louis C.K., Eric Stonestreet, Jenny Slate, and Albert Brooks, opens everywhere July 8.
Hollywood descended upon Las Vegas last week for CinemaCon, where the major studios screened never-seen-before movie footage and brought out their big-name stars. The exhibitor convention, formerly known as ShoWest, is all about celebrating the theatrical experience — and also finding ways to improve it.
Kevin Hart and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson are both formidable entertainers on their own. And as the trailer for their upcoming film Central Intelligence makes clear, they’re hoping to become a potent combo onscreen. Watch the clip above. Directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber (We’re the Millers), the action comedy features the ex-pro wrestler as a high-school-geek-turned-badass CIA agent.