A film like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom needs to be seen on the big screen, as this new trailer aptly demonstrates.
How far did Moana go from the initial drawing-board version? With the Oscar-contending animated hit heading home (the Digital HD version arrives Tuesday while the Blu-ray/DVD hits shelves on March 7), Yahoo Movies has an exclusive deleted scene (watch it above) that shows how the title heroine evolved as a character. As they set up the clip, directors Ron Clements (the one with the beard) and John Musker reveal where it originally had fit in the film.
The Lego Batman Movie arrives this week, gleefully poking fun at the Caped Crusader and his Dark Knighthood. But before Bats gets funny, he’ll be his typical gloomy self in the aptly titled Justice League Dark.
There’s a lot of chemistry, and no “spaghetti arms,” in this rare footage of Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey’s Dirty Dancing screen test. This Yahoo Movies exclusive clip, taken from a new featurette on the 30th anniversary Dirty Dancing Blu-ray, shows the two stars getting to know each other as they work through some dance steps. Swayze, an experienced ballet dancer by the time he made the film, instructs Grey to lift her chest so he doesn’t hurt her ribs. “It hurts my ribs,” she replies, giggling, as Swayze gently puts her down.
The suit worn by Robin, Batman’s longtime sidekick, was inspired by vintage illustrations of Robin Hood. At least, according to co-creator Jerry Robinson — you know, if you want to take his word for it. In the upcoming The Lego Batman Movie, the mythology behind the Boy Wonder’s costume gets turned inside out, and you can take a look in the exclusive clip above.
A Trainspotting sequel had been rumored for years, but according to cast members, it wasn’t until they reunited at a secret meeting in London in 2015 that it felt like the project was truly going to happen. “There, for the first time, we were all back together again, in 20 years,” says Ewan McGregor in an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip from the upcoming T2: Trainspotting. In addition to McGregor (who played Renton), the meeting included Johnny Lee Miller (Sick Boy), Ewen Bremner (Spud), Robert Carlyle (Begbie), and director Danny Boyle.
The acclaimed musical La La Land was predicted to be an awards season juggernaut from the time it first hit the festival circuit in late-summer. Now you can take a inside look at how writer-director Damien Chazelle and company crafted the film’s stylish look in the exclusive behind-the-scenes video above. —Chazelle notes how they peppered lampposts throughout the movie to create a visual motif.
The Fast and Furious movies have gotten so gloriously over the top in recent installments (see: parachuting cars, skyscraper-jumping cars, etc.) that you may have forgotten Vin Diesel already had a hyper-extreme-action series by the name of XXX.
It’s been 20 years since Renée Zellweger told Tom Cruise, “You had me at hello.” To celebrate the anniversary of Jerry Maguire (which opened on Dec. 13, 1996), Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has released a new Blu-ray edition of Cameron Crowe’s feel-good drama, including nearly an hour of deleted and extended scenes. As Jerry strikes out on his own, his fiancée Avery (Kelly Preston, soon to be replaced in Jerry’s affections by Renée Zellweger’s character) gives him a not-so-helpful pep talk.
As far as action-comedy duos go, J.K. Simmons and Emile Hirsch probably aren’t the most obvious of pairings. Hirsch plays Martin, a struggling Los Angeles banjo player recently dumped by his girlfriend Ginnie (Analeigh Tipton).
In a shift from recent years, Shia LaBeouf has gotten more attention in 2016 for his acting abilities than bizarro art installations or general misdeeds. First there was the Cannes sensation American Honey, which just earned LaBeouf an Independent Spirit Award nomination, and now comes the military thriller Man Down. LaBeouf has scored some serious props for the role, with Variety even comparing his dramatic approach to the likes of Marlon Brando and Montgomery Cliff.
Turns out there’s more to the secret life of pets than we discovered in The Secret Life of Pets. Universal’s animated hit is heading home — the 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD versions arrive Dec. 6 — and Yahoo Movies has an exclusive sneak peek at one of the bonus features: Norman Television, an all-new short film about Pets‘ wayward hamster. As you may recall, Norman has escaped his enclosure and gotten lost among the labyrinthine ducts of the apartment building.
World War I doesn’t get nearly as much cinematic attention as World War II. Rarer still are World War I films that follow the events along the Eastern Front. The new romantic war drama The Ottoman Lieutenant (watch the exclusive teaser above) explores the battle line drawn between the Russian Empire (one of the Allies) and the Ottoman and German empires (the Central Powers).
The first four minutes of Bleed for This, which you can watch exclusively above, perfectly sets the tone — and the timing — for the gritty and stylish new boxing drama based on the real exploits of Vinny Pazienza.
Judging by the clip above, exclusive to Yahoo Movies, Lee (Casey Affleck) and Randi (Michelle Williams) are your average blue-collar married couple. She gives him grief for too much boozing on his daytime boat trip, he gets frustrated when she passes up her beer-bellied husband’s attempt at luring her into bed.
What does it take to play the “most famous female villain in the DC Universe?” That’s the questioned answered by Margot Robbie in the above exclusive clip from the upcoming digital/Blu-ray release of Suicide Squad. “Margot really settled into an incredibly difficult role,” director David Ayer gushes in the clip, which is part of a bonus featurette focusing on Harley and the Joker.
Tune into the Yahoo Movies Facebook page Friday at 1:30 p.m. ET/10:30 a.m. PT for a live chat with ‘Rules Don’t Apply’ stars Lily Collins and Alden Ehrenreich. Marla Mabrey is having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day — or at least a crisis of confidence — where our exclusive clip from the new Old Hollywood romance Rules Don’t Apply (watch above) picks up. “I feel old,” says the character, played by 27-year-old Lily Collins.
Dr. Louise Banks (Amy Adams) has a “very particular set of skills” in the new sci-fi drama Arrival. Banks is recruited to travel to the desert site where a massive, egg-shaped spaceship has landed — one of 12 around the globe — where she’ll use her renowned abilities as a linguist to try to communicate. The government needs to know what these extraterrestrials want, and Banks has been charged with starting the conversation.
Bad Moms heroine Amy (Mila Kunis), a mother of two, doesn’t have time for any nonsense — particularly from her husband Mike (David Walton), whom she discovers is having an internet affair. Bad Moms was a surprise hit in a summer riddled with big-budget franchise flops. The film, starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn, received mostly-good reviews and grossed over $100 million on a $20 million budget, thanks to a mostly-female audience.
Suffering from Dark Knight fatigue? We’ve got the antidote for those who prefer their Caped Crusaders campy. Here’s an exclusive supervillain supercut from Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, a new animated feature-length film that brings back Adam West and Burt Ward as the Dynamic Duo. (Watch above.)
“We were so confident we were gonna sell it, we almost wore hot dog costumes to the pitch."
If the upcoming thriller Sugar Mountain were a cautionary tale, its moral would be “don’t ever try to recreate a James Franco movie in real life.” (Watch the film’s exclusive trailer above.)