If you thought Legion or Westworld were all the trippy TV you could handle, just wait until you see Cary Fukunaga’s Netflix Maniac. Our first photos of the Jonah Hill-Emma Stone remake have arrived, and it turns out going crazy is more colorful than we imagined.
Because of all the excitement around the new Spider-Man in the Captain America: Civil War trailer, I decided to take a look back at the two Amazing Spider-Man movies from 2012 and 2014 directed by Marc Webb and starring Andrew Garfield. I was not a fan of the ASM reboot at the time, but I love Spidey and was admittedly a huge supporter of Sam Raimi’s interpretation of the franchise. It seemed possible that I hadn’t given the Amazing movies a fair shake.
Michael Showalter is best known for his work alongside David Wain and Michael Ian Black on projects like Wet Hot American Summer and last year’s criminally underseen They Came Together. But Showalter also has a separate filmmaking career, and he’s finally back with his solo follow-up to 2005's surprisingly sweet indie romance The Baxter. The trailer for his latest effort has arrived, touting an impossibly adorable and quirky Sally Field as an administrative clerk who falls for her new — and much younger — supervisor, played by New Girl’s Max Greenfield.
Turns out, Sally Field and Julia Roberts were probably the best people for late night host Jimmy Kimmel to use for his first round of 'Celebrity Curse-Off,' because these lovely ladies, these top-tier Hollywood stars, these role models know how to curse in ways that would make sailors blush.
Most actors and actresses don't actually like watching themselves on the big screen -- at least, that's what most of them say in interviews, and the majority of them sure sound sincere -- so it's not exactly rare to hear one of them say that they haven't watched their latest feature, even if they're making the talk show rounds to promote it. However, it does seem a little different when someone wh
Robin Williams in drag equals comedy gold. That could've been the elevator pitch for 'Mrs. Doubtfire,' in which Williams' character dresses up like a matronly British nanny so he can see his kids, whom he had lost in a custody battle.
This isn't Sally Field's first time at the Academy Awards rodeo -- the actress previously won Oscars for her work in 'Norma Rae' and 'Places in the Heart.' Now Field is nominated for her supporting actress work in 'Lincoln,' so in today's Way Back When, we give you a look at her earlier roles.
If you're still in the political mood after last night, we have a few presidential treats for you in the form of three clips from Steven Speilberg's 'Lincoln.' Steven Spielberg's latest is opening in limited release this week, but you can preview Daniel Day-Lewis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Sally Field and Tommy Lee Jones' acting chops right now!