Wes Anderson may generally be able to do no wrong in the eyes of most critics, but his latest movie is drawing some rare flack.
Scarlett Johansson took a swipe at James Franco during the Women's March in Los Angeles over the weekend, even demanding her Time's Up pin badge back from him.
Everyone's saying the same thing about the new trailer for Jennifer Lawrence's 'Red Sparrow' making a comparison to another female super spy.
After months of playing the embattled politician, Baldwin bid farewell to Season 42 with an emotional, star-studded piano performance.
A live-action adaptation of the iconic manga comic (also filmed as a seminal 1988 anime) has been in Hollywood development hell for decades with many huge names including Leonardo DiCaprio, Chris Evans, Keanu Reeves, and Christopher Nolan all linked with the project at various stages. 1982-1990 – Katsuhiro Otomo launches his original manga. Set in Neo-Tokyo, 2019 after the nuclear apocalypse, it tells the epic story of youngsters Kaneda, Tetsuo against the backdrop of gang violence, psychic kids and motorbike chases.
Scarlett Johansson and Romain Dauriac share one daughter. Scarlett Johansson and Romain Dauriac may be going from friendly to feuding exes. Page Six claims the couple — who are divorcing after two years of marriage — are gearing up for a nasty custody battle.
Madonna, Shia LaBeouf, and Chelsea Handler are drawing criticism for their anti-Trump rhetoric. Celebrities are given a unique platform to bring awareness to certain issues, and many do not take that for granted. In the case of last year’s election, stars came out in droves to support Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Speaking with Variety for its Power of Women issue, the actress said that she could envision a Black Widow film that’s either a prequel or sequel to the other Avengers movies — and yet it still seems it won't happen any time soon
Disney is reopening the The Jungle Book this week. This time, director Jon Favreau’s photo-realistic animals are replacing the cartoon critters of the studio’s previous adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s stories. Earlier this month, Yahoo Movies spent some time with Favreau and several cast members — Neel Sethi (the 10-year-old newcomer who plays Mowgli), Ben Kingsley (Bagheera, the wise panther), Lupita Nyong’o (Raksha, the mother wolf), and Giancarlo Esposito (Akela, the leader of the wolf pack) — and got their exclusive first-hand insights into the creation of the film.
So it should come as no surprise that Scarlett Johansson and her older sister, Vanessa Johansson, were two peas in a pod as they recorded a reading of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland for Audible. In fact, we’re officially a little jealous of her 17-month-old daughter, Rose Dorothy Dauriac, who probably gets to hear mom tell stories like this all the time.
Over the course of their 32 year tenure, screenwriter/director Joel Coen, and his producer/writer brother, Ethan, have created some of the most memorable female characters in film history. Strong, beautiful, and defiant they are often the backbone of the siblings’ dramatic period pieces and comedic capers. In honor of their latest cinematic release, Hail, Caesar!, out this weekend, we take a look back at the women who have shaped their films — and our lives.
Robert Downey Jr.: $40 million Scarlett Johansson: $20 million Chris Evans: $6.9 million Jeremy Renner: $6.1 million Chris Hemsworth $5.4 million Mark Ruffalo: $2.8 million - Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Title Revealed - Channing Tatum Learns Card Tricks For Gambit - Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Will Be More Emotional These figures come courtesy of Comic Book Movie, and one can only imagine that they will come very much in handy when the Avengers take part in their ‘Civil War’ in May, 2016. It’s been common knowledge that ever since re-negotiating his contract with Marvel Studios Robert Downey Jr. has been raking it in from his boss.
Given all those comparisons to Cary Grant, it was inevitable that George Clooney would someday play a golden-age Hollywood movie star. Fortunately, he’s doing it in the most delightful way possible. The Coen brothers’ new comedy Hail, Caesar! stars Clooney as Baird Whitlock, a handsome, but scandal-plagued movie actor who is kidnapped in the middle of shooting a Roman epic.
As has been well documented on late-night talk shows, Robert Downey Jr.’s Twitter, and behind-the-scenes video, Marvel’s mightiest heroes like to get goofy. Really goofy.
A book that Scarlett Johansson tried to have banned is to be published in the UK next month. ‘La Première Chose Qu’on Regarde’ (translated as 'The First Thing You See’) is written by award-winning novelist Grégoire Delacourt, and tells the story of a mechanic called Arthur Dreyfuss who is visited one night by a woman he believes to be Johansson. He added that he got the idea for the book after reading the results of a survey in France which said that half of girls aged between 15 and 25 were considering cosmetic surgery.
Scarlett Johansson opens the Spring 2006 Imitation of Christ show in New York City. I fell in love with Imitation of Christ in college. It was 2005, my senior year, and I was running around Boston in skinny jeans and ballet flats but in New York, Tara Subkoff was introducing denim to her collection. Launched five years earlier, Chloe Sevigny served as the brand’s first Creative Director, showing reproduced vintage in an East Village funeral parlor. Scarlett Johansson opened the spring 2006 show wearing skintight high-waisted jeans and a sheer black tank top.
As the popularity of Marvel’s Avengers movies (you may have heard of them) soars, fans have more and more questions for the Age of Ultron cast. We’ve collected some of our favorites and asked the superhero stars, which leads to a few interesting revelations.
Given how much time and energy Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans and their Avengers family spend immersed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you might think their big-screen alter-egos would follow them to bedtime. So do they ever dream about saving the world as Black Widow, Thor, or Captain America, respectively?
Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Chris Evans (Captain America), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Mark Ruffalo (Hulk), and Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye) talk about what type of tweaks were made to their costumes in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron.'