(LOS ANGELES) -- Tom Hanks plays a charismatic tech visionary opposite Emma Watson in The Circle, the adaptation of the thriller novel from author Dave Eggers.
The first trailer for the star-studded movie has just gone, appropriately, online: Hanks plays the head of the world's largest social media and technology company, which like their real life counterparts, thrive on all of our personal information.
Emma Watson's character applies for a job at The Circle full of ambition, but soon learns that the job -- and the company's insatiable hunger for all of our data -- can get downright scary.
The movie, which also stars The Force Awakens' John Boyega, Guardians…
(LOS ANGELES) -- Arguably the least polarizing of all of Warner Bros.' polarizing DC comic book-based films, Suicide Squad, overcame a reportedly troubled production and "meh" reviews from critics and fans alike, and managed to become a bonafide blockbuster.
But it's not safe from the wiseguys at Honest Trailers.
The Screen Junkies gang's newest offering slices and dices the film, noting that strong performances from Will Smith, Margot Robbie, "and Jai Courtney of all people" weren't enough to save the film, "that we thought would put the DC Extended Universe back on track, but instead gave us two hours of characters trying to look cool, to…
(NEW YORK) -- Shemar Moore holds his former Criminal Minds co-star Thomas Gibson in high regard, but says if the actor was fired for assault, then a lesson had to be learned.
Moore, who says he's now focused on his upcoming film, The Bounce Back, which he raised money to finance, produced and stars in, says the reported incident in which Gibson allegedly kicked a co-worker during an on-set dispute was definitely unacceptable.
"As far as the circumstances that went down, there's just certain lines you can't cross," Moore tells ABC Radio. "And there's legal issues in a place of work. So all I can say to that…
(NEW YORK) -- Last week, actor Riz Ahmed had a low-key birthday. He only went to Skywalker Ranch, the Marin County, California headquarters of all things Star Wars, and watched himself in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
It was the first time he realized he was in the movie -- sort of, he told Kelly Ripa and her Live With Kelly guest co-host Ilana Glazer, of Broad City fame.
"When you're doing the shoot itself, it feels kind of surreal, doesn't quite sink in. But it's when you see those titles come up, and it says Star Wars," Ahmed recalled, losing his train of thought in excitement.
Ahmed plays gruff…
(NEW YORK) -- Katie Holmes is making her directorial debut in the upcoming film, All We Had.
The actress also appears in the drama, based on the novel by Annie Weatherwax. Holmes plays a struggling mother who's trying to start a new life with her teenager in a small, Midwestern town.
"[T]hey're survivors on the road," Holmes said on Good Morning America. "Sometimes Ruthie's the mom and Rita's the daughter and they're like sisters sometimes and there was this Thelma and Louise quality to them and I felt like it was just a story about humanity, healing and hopefully something that a lot of people can relate…
(NEW YORK) -- He's hosted the Oscars, produced hits TV shows, written a best-selling book, and has a double-handful of Emmys and Grammys on his mantel. So for his next trick, Chris Rock is heading back to where it all started for him: the road.
The comic just announced his Total Blackout tour -- 28 dates in 26 cities, beginning February 14 in Durham, NC and running through a June 3 show in Atlantic City, NJ. If Rock's not stopping in your neighborhood, don't worry: he's promised more dates will be announced soon.
News of Rock's tour comes on the…
Jimmy Kimmel has a busy 2017 ahead of him.
On Monday, the Jimmy Kimmel Live! host announced that in addition to hosting the Academy Awards next year, he'll also be a daddy again.
"Yes, I am hosting the Oscars. This is not a prank. And if it is, my revenge on @TheAcademy will be terrible & sweet. Thx to @alsformalwear," Kimmel tweeted on Monday.
The Academy retweeted the message. This will be Kimmel's first time hosting the Oscars.
Then, during Monday's Jimmy Kimmel Live! Jimmy revealed that he and his wife Molly McNearney -- his co-head writer on the show -- are…
(LOS ANGELES) -- On Monday’s edition of The Voice, the eight remaining artists for Teams Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys each performed twice for a chance to earn America’s vote: a solo performance and duet with another artist. Only four of the artists ultimately will advance -- the others will be sent home.
Christian Cuevas, representing Team Alicia, got things going, He went back to his roots to perform the gospel song “To Worship You I Live (Away),” by Israel & New Breed. Adam praised Cuevas for being able to wear his heart on his sleeve. Alicia…
(NEW YORK) -- Steve Harvey is headed back to the Apollo stage to host the two-hour Showtime at the Apollo special and says the show's performances and tributes will stun you.
"Ah, man, it's so many great performances -- so many tributes, but what made the Apollo famous was amateur night," Harvey tells ABC Radio. "That's what made it famous and that's what we're going to do is amateur night, it's that one person. There's some people that come out there that's going to stun you with how good they are."
The comedian, who hosted the television show from 1993 to 2000, says the…
"Holy crap!" With that, director James Gunn told his Facebook followers that his teaser to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 just earned a second place finish for the most-watched teaser in 24 hours, attracting 81 million views in its first 24 hours.
The spot, released Saturday, was second only to the eyeballs attracted by Disney's Beauty and the Beasts' live-action sneak peek.
What's more, the GOTG Vol. 2 teaser is now the biggest Marvel Studios teaser ever.
"No kidding - I'm, like, floored," Gunn posted, thanking, "all of you so very much for watching it (more than once), and sharing it, and welcoming Baby Groot and Mantis with…
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