Yahoo Movies chat with Oscar contender about the wrenching scene in the August Wilson play-turned-film
Denzel Washington and Viola Davis appear to have their eyes on awards season in the first trailer for stage adaptation ‘Fences’. The dramatic teaser depicts the Oscar winner and Oscar nominee in fine form as we hear Washington’s Troy give his son a stern talking to. 'Fences’ is an adaption of August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, about a retired baseball player unhappy with the direction of his life in 1950s Pittsburg.
Anyone who’s seen DC’s ‘Suicide Squad’ will be aware of a mid-credit sequence, but what exactly does it reveal and, importantly, mean?*The following contains huge Suicide Squad spoilers*
David Ayer used some cruel and unusual methods to get the most from his actors on the set of upcoming superhero/supervillain movie ‘Suicide Squad’, it has been revealed. “It was a pretty vulnerable place to go,” Robbie told Entertainment Weekly. Will Smith continued, saying: “What we didn’t realise was what he does in the process is he learns our buttons.
As we know, Jared Leto takes his art all rather seriously. Co-star Viola Davis has spoken about his 'horrific gifts’ to his fellow cast-members, one gift in particular proving more horrific than the others. Speaking to Vanity Fair, she said: “The Joker.
The 2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards took place yesterday in Hollywood, and saw honours awarded to many of the performers and pictures hotly tipped to clean up at the Oscars. Davis said, “diversity is not a trending topic.
As Suicide Squad writer-director David Ayer recently pointed out, the good guys are kind of boring. In it, you can spot the whole Squad including Killer Croc (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje), Katana (Karen Fukuhara), Rick Flagg (Joel Kinnaman), Deadshot (Will Smith), Captain Boomerang (Jai Courtney), Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), and of course the Joker (Jared Leto).
With less than two months to go before the returns of How to Get Away With Murder and Scandal, we simply can’t wait to find out what’s coming up next! Thankfully, Viola Davis and the rest of the How to Get Away With Murder cast, as well as Kerry Washington and the Scandal crew, were totally game for giving us some major hints on what fans can expect for their respective upcoming seasons. WATCH: Viola Davis Reveals Alternate Ending to 'How to Get Away' Finale! The jaw-dropping finale in February answered a ton of questions we had all season long – Frank killed Lila! – but like any juicy drama, there were so much more, like who killed Rebecca?! Davis warned us that no one is safe from scrutiny, not even Annalise Keating. “Everybody is going to be a suspect in this coming season,” the first-time Emmy nominee told ET. “There no one who’s going to be off limits.” And viewers won’t have to wait long to find out the identity of Rebecca’s killer! Whew. “Rebecca’s killer will be revealed in the first episode,” co-star Liza Weil shared, “so that’s pretty awesome.” WATCH: How 'Scandal's' Kerry Washington Is Pushing Boundaries On and Off the Screen Alfred Enoch noted that season two won’t be slowing down any time soon, which means more questions and even more answers. “It moves fast, as always, you get your questions answered,” he added. Plus, expect more secrets! “There more mysteries to come. It’s just the beginning of everything,” Matt McGorry hinted. “That’s the great thing about the show. You figure out one thing and then there’s another mystery right around the corner.” Meanwhile, the folks over at fellow T.G.I.T.-er Scandal were a little more tight-lipped than their How to Get Away With Murder pals. WATCH: Kerry Washington on Pregnancy: 'It's Sort of Science Fiction' At the end of season four, Fitz ( Tony Goldwyn) and Olivia ( Kerry Washington) reunited on the White House balcony, which leads this burning “Olitz” question: Are they back on? “Both Tony Goldwyn and I both talked about how surprised we were at how it was dealt with or handled – that it wasn’t what we expected,” Washington told ET, adding that fans should expect the unexpected. One thing’s for sure, it’ll be another rollercoaster ride this season. “More misery and mayhem – and much hilarity along the way,” Bellamy Young teased. Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder premiere Sept. 24 on ABC. Watch these amazing bloopers from How to Get Away With Murder below!
The 26th annual GLAAD Awards recognized the media for their exceptional representation of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. The event, hosted by stand-up comedienne Tig Notaro, honored the creative minds behind basically everything we consume on a daily basis from music and journalism to television and movies, drawing a star-studded list of attendees. The guests?including industry movers and shakers such as musicians Sam Smith and Mary Lambert, actors Matt McGorry, Channing Tatum, and Kerry Washington (this year?s recipient of the Vanguard Award), and YouTube personality Tyler Oakley?all took on the night in their best fashions. Black and white, as seen on stars like Viola Davis and Portia De Rossi, and red-hot ensembles such as on Zoe Salda?a and Kerry Washington, took over the blue carpet.