New this week: Will Smith, 'Pinocchio' and 'George & Tammy'
This week’s new entertainment releases include Will Smith’s comeback campaign in the Antoine Fuqua movie “Emancipation,” a documentary about Broadway star Idina Menzel, the video game “Dragon Quest Treasures” and a TV series exploring the tumultuous relationship between country music stars Tammy Wynette and George Jones.
Ralph Lauren draws A-list Hollywood crowd for sumptuous show
Designer Ralph Lauren went big for his first Los Angeles fashion show, staging a sumptuous display of his well-honed ethos of casual luxury, with strong Western accents like cowboy hats and boots, against a setting sun at the grand Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California, near Los Angeles.
Oscars live: Troy Kotsur wins best supporting actor
Troy Kotsur has won the best supporting actor Oscar for his role in “CODA.” Kotsur on Sunday night became the second actor who is deaf to win an Academy Award. Kotsur was barely known as an actor before “CODA,” but was considered a heavy favorite for the Oscar after the acclaimed performance and wins earlier in awards season.news.yahoo.com
Toronto Film Festival to open with ‘Dear Evan Hansen’
The adaptation of the Broadway hit and Tony-winner “Dear Evan Hansen,” Edgar Wright’s ’60s London themed “Last Night in Soho,” and “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” are just a few of the major films coming to the Toronto International Film Festival this September.
'IT Chapter Two': The Cast on Filming That Intense, Climactic Pennywise Scene (Exclusive)
And Ransone tells ET those scenes were "f**king hard" on the cast. "Jessica split her head open," he says, revealing that it happened while Chastain was filming in a "really tight space." In addition to Chastain, Ransone says "McAvoy hurt his knee and Hader pulled a groin muscle running around." They don't make stuff like that anymore, they don't make movies where you have big practical set pieces," he says. RELATED CONTENT:'IT Chapter Two': James Ransone on That Unexpected, Stephen King-Approved Gay Subplot (Exclusive)'IT Chapter Two': James McAvoy and Director Andy Muschietti Discuss THAT Cameo'IT Chapter Two's Isaiah Mustafa Dishes on the Scary Sequel
'IT Chapter Two': Teen Stars Share How They Bonded With Adult Counterparts on Set
"You and I did an interview and I said, 'Who do you want to play your adult counterpart?'" And Chastain isn't the only star who was seemingly handpicked by the teenage cast to play the adult versions of their characters in the new film. While on the red carpet, comedian Bill Hader admitted that it was Finn Wolfhard who got him the role of adult Richie Rozier. And once the cast, both teens and adults, joined forces on set, the teens were able to get to know their grownup counterparts. RELATED CONTENT:Jessica Chastain on Being Sophia Lillis' Pick to Play Beverly in 'IT Chapter Two' (Exclusive)'IT Chapter Two' Trailer Reveals Pennywise Is Even Scarier This TimeJessica Chastain and James McAvoy Battle Pennywise in First 'IT Chapter Two' Trailer
Bryce Dallas Howard Says Dad Ron Howard Was 'Shook' After Mistaking Jessica Chastain for
Bryce Dallas Howard is opening up about a hilarious case of mistaken identity. And he was, like, shook," Bryce revealed of when her dad thought Jessica was his daughter. "I was walking by and I was like, 'Thats Ron Howard,' and then my friend was with me [and] he said [Ron] turned to someone and said 'I think I just saw Bryce,'" Jessica shared. During the Jurassic World - The Ride event, Bryce gushed to ET about how the movie has been made into such a cool attraction. RELATED CONTENT:Jessica Chastain Says Ron Howard Once Confused Her with His Daughter Bryce Dallas HowardWhy Chris Pratt's 'Jurassic World' Co-Star Bryce Dallas Howard Asked Katherine Schwarzenegger for AdviceRon Howard Reveals the Role Bryce Dallas Howard Should Have Played in 'Solo' (Exclusive)
New 'IT Chapter Two' Trailer Reveals Pennywise Is Even More Terrifying This Time: Watch No
We're all sh*tting our pants down here now, with the latest trailer for IT Chapter Two promising a sequel that's even more intense, more terrifying and far bloodier than the first. Naturally, Pennywise has plans of his own, terrors invoked upon a lake and in a fun home that are only teased here. I craved you," Pennywise (played once again by Bill Skarsgrd) says in the preview. RELATED CONTENT:Comic-Con 2019: How to Watch All of ET's Coverage of Panels, Interviews and More! Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy Battle Pennywise in First 'IT Chapter Two' TrailerBill Skarsgard Reveals Behind-the-Scenes Secrets of His 'Weird, Disturbing' Transformation in 'It' (Exclusive)
Jessica Chastain Says Ron Howard Once Confused Her with His Daughter Bryce Dallas Howard
In a new video interview, Jessica Chastain revealed the one other actress who she most often gets confused with -- Bryce Dallas Howard. And, it turns out, she managed to fool Ron Howard, Bryce Dallas Howards own father as well! "Another time I was at the Apple store and Ron Howard was there," she shares. "And I was walking by and I was like, 'Thats Ron Howard' and then my friend was with me [and] he said he turned to someone and said 'I think I just saw Bryce.' I think shes fabulous.RELATED CONTENT:Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy Battle Pennywise in First 'IT Chapter Two' TrailerJessica Chastain Welcomes First Baby With Husband Gian Luca Passi de PreposuloWhy Chris Pratt's 'Jurassic World' Co-Star Bryce Dallas Howard Asked Katherine Schwarzenegger for Advice
Fans, family celebrate Elvis Presley's birthday
Fans, family celebrate Elvis Presley's birthday Elvis Presley would have been 80 years old on Thursday, and his family and friends celebrated at Graceland. Also, Jessica Chastain is up for a Golden Globe for her role in "A Most Violent Year." Suzanne Marques reports on the day's top entertainment headlines.cbsnews.com
A look at "A Most Violent Year"
A look at "A Most Violent Year" Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac star in the gritty drama, “A Most Violent Year.” Set in New York City in 1981, the film's stars say it has the look and feel of a gangster movie while avoiding the standard cliches. Suzanne Marques reports.cbsnews.com