It’s been a busy and eclectic year at the cinema, including superhero sequels, far away galaxy prequels and one of the most interesting awards seasons in ages. But what films did you spend 2018 excited about? Here’s the list of the flicks Yahoo users spent most time looking for online. The Yahoo Year in Review Methodology To develop the Yahoo Year in Review, our editors analyse Yahoo Search queries based on a number of factors, including absolute volume and growth from previous periods, to see which themes and trends bubble to the surface. Individuals and their Search queries always remain anonymous. This list is constructed without navigational searches – i.e. searches where the intention is clearly purely to navigate to a site rather than to discover information. Read more The stars we lost in 2018 Incredible actor transformations Most bizarre Disney crossovers
"I jumped in the deep end," says Mortal Engines director Christian Rivers about his directorial debut, "and the water was deeper and colder and thicker than i'd ever imagined it would be."
From the shocking omissions ('A Quiet Place', Hugh Jackman, Ryan Gosling) to the jaw-dropping additions (John C. Reilly, 'Bodyguard', 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse'), we go deep inside today's Golden Globes nominations.
Just like last year, 2018 has seen a lot of movie-star transformations, with more and more thespians allowing themselves to spend hours in the prosthetic chair to receive massive makeovers in the hope of an Oscar nomination (we’re sure Gary Oldman getting one for his unrecognisable turn as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour didn’t help).
Singer-actor Nathan Hartono plays Pong, a zombie who is possessed by a female ghost who wants to win a beauty pageant.
The film director discusses his colourful political satire, speaking out in the film industry and confirms his involvement in del Toro's Netflix anthology series.
The director says he may have 'bit off more than he could chew' with his sophomore feature starring Matthew McConaughey.
The BBC has released the first trailer for 'Watership Down' and it's fair to say that it's triggered a lot of mixed emotions online.