Emma Watson, Dan Stevens and Luke Evans star in the live-action movie "Beauty and the Beast."
The final trailer for Disney's live-action "Beauty and the Beast" has been released and it's full of familiar scenes and sounds.
The upcoming film will see Emma Watson as Belle, a girl "so ahead of [her] time." As the trailer reveals, Belle goes to live with the Beast, played by Dan Stevens, in order to save her father, Maurice (Kevin Kline).
The trailer also features the pair in various iconic scenes familiar to fans of the original 1991 film, from the ballroom dance to the way they eat their soup.
"The Late Late Show" host James Corden is the latest Hollywood personality to speak out against President Trump's executive order blocking refugees and nationals of seven Muslim-majority nations from entering the U.S.
The British comedian released a video on Monday showing how easy it is for him at LAX as he makes his way through the airport from check-in to boarding. The only early hint that the simple video may be political is the brief glimpse of protesters as he enters his terminal.
The video ends with a simple yet poignant message: "Freedom of movement should be this easy for all legal immigrants. Not just the white and Christian ones."
The 48th NAACP Image Awards will have a slew of Oscar, Emmy and SAG award nominees and winners handing out trophies at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium on Feb. 11.
Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monáe of "Hidden Figures," Sterling K. Brown of "This Is Us," "Insecure" producer-actress Issa Rae and Mykelti Williamson of "Fences" are among the first group of presenters revealed, as are Image Awards nominees Mike "Lucas Cage" Colter and Trevor Noah, host of "The Daily Show."
Anthony Anderson, star of "black-ish," will host the live two-hour broadcast, which airs at 9 p.m. on TV One, and a red carpet pre-show featuring host Nischelle Turner kicks off live at 7:30 p.m. Both shows are tape-delayed on the West Coast.
Oprah Winfrey is joining the CBS newsmagazine “60 Minutes” as a contributor.
The talk show host, actress, cable network owner and producer will appear in several segments a year on the program starting this fall, CBS News announced Tuesday.
“I’ve been a big admirer of ‘60 Minutes’ since my days as a young reporter,” Winfrey said in a statement. “I’m so excited and proud to join forces with this historic news program, which for me represents the bastion of journalistic storytelling.”
The network announced Monday a 13-episode second season renewal for the Mike Schur ("Parks and Recreation") series, featuring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson mired in an afterlife where things are not always as straightforward as they appear.
"The Good Place" ended its first 13-episode season with a deliciously twisty finale on Jan. 19.
Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards ceremony showed that the current U.S. political upheaval, particularly in light of Friday's executive order blocking refugees and nationals of seven Muslim-majority nations from entering the country, is not far from Hollywood's mind.
But some celebrities took their political activism a step further and joined public protests at Los Angeles International Airport to voice their displeasure at what they view as a divisive and hateful policy.
A wide array of Hollywood talents made their way to Tom Bradley International Terminal, including Joss Whedon, Alia Shawkat, Ellen Page, Chloë Grace Moretz, Kumail Nanjiani, Tim Robbins.
Sony Corp. has announced a nearly $1-billion write down on its movie business, an extraordinary step for the struggling studio.
The Tokyo-based tech and entertainment giant said Monday that it took the impairment charge against its pictures segment after evaluating the future profitability of the movie business, which has lagged its competitors in recent years as it tried to recover from a massive 2014 cyberattack.
Sony Pictures ranked fifth out of the six major studios last year in terms of box office market share, with disappointments including “Ghostbusters” and “Passengers.” Its slate of upcoming movies for this year includes “Smurfs: The Lost Village” and “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”
Sorry, President Trump. Samantha Bee will be unavailable to host the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner.
"Full Frontal With Samantha Bee" announced Monday that it would be hosting "Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner" on April 29 in Washington, D.C., the same night as this year's White House Correspondents' Dinner is scheduled to take place.
"Executives at TBS offered their full support of the gala by nodding politely and then muttering under their breath as we turned around," Bee quipped in a statement released Monday. "The evening is sure to bring plenty of surprises, music, food, and laughter — and if you're not careful, you just might learn something. Specifically, you'll learn how screwed we'd be without a free press."
The 23rd Screen Actors Guild Awards have turned into a political affair with stars on the red carpet and on the podium directly addressing the political climate. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, William H. Macy and the cast of "Orange Is the New Black" all mentioned President Donald Trump and his policies in accepting their awards. "Manchester by the Sea" leads the field among the film nominees with four nominations, with "Fences" and "Moonlight" also in the running for three awards each.
The Writers Guild of America released a statement Sunday calling President Trump's travel ban both "unconstitutional" and "deeply wrong" as well as voicing support for Iranian director Asghar Farhadi, who has declined his invitation to the Oscar ceremony, despite his film "The Salesman" being nominated for foreign language film.
"It is both unconstitutional and deeply wrong to say that you cannot enter our country because of where you were born or what religion you were born into," said Michael Winship, president of Writers Guild of America East and Howard A. Rodman, president of Writers Guild of America, in a joint statement.
"The Writers Guilds of America, East and West condemn Donald Trump’s profoundly un-American ‘Muslim ban,’ and applaud the federal court’s decision to grant a stay that will keep those being held at American airports from being forcibly returned to their countries. Human rights – including the freedoms of speech and religion – are essential to all Americans and to all who come here to build better lives," said Winship and Rodman.