The live-action Beauty and the Beast movie has made over $1-billion, meaning a sequel is probably a near-guarantee. Disney probably won’t use their direct-to-video animated movie sequels (e.g. Enchanted Christmas or Magical World) as templates. Luckily, Emma Watson has a sequel idea of her own— unfortunately, it…
The most believable part of The Circle, which opens in theaters Friday, is the tech. Sadly, the film’s arguments surrounding privacy, which are integral to the movie’s plot, are a muddled mess, portrayed in ways that lack nuance and understanding of the world its audience is already living in.
Exactly one year ago today Ryan Collins—one of the hackers involved in the celebrity iCloud nude photo leaks known as “the Fappening”—was charged with violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Today, more alleged intimate photos of actresses are being circulated online, and this time Emma Watson and Amanda…
Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast opens March 17 and to celebrate they’re having a full-fledged gallery art show complete with original works, prints, and more. It’s called Be Our Guest: An Art Tribute to Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and, as you can see below, the pieces are utterly gorgeous.
Belle is one of the coolest and smartest princesses of the Disney Renaissance, but not much is known about her besides her love of books and bestiality. Emma Watson, who’s taken on the role for the live-action Beauty and the Beast remake, has shared some details on how Belle’s backstory has been expanded... and how…
As easy as J.K. Rowling can conjure up a fantastic world, she just crushed another. Addressing rumors that had begun to swirl online, the author tweeted that there will not be a trilogy of movies based on the play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
All of the visuals we’ve seen from the upcoming live-action Beauty and the Beast have lived up to the title: beautiful. But this is a movie that lives and dies on its music and, finally, we can hear a little of that, thanks to a toy.
The new trailer for The Circle just dropped, and boy, the kings of Silicon Valley are not going to be pleased.
We’ve seen leaked images before, but now you can get your first proper look at Dan Stevens in action as Disney’s titular Beast in the live-action Beauty and the Beast remake.
We’ve not actually seen all that much from Disney’s upcoming remake of its animated classic Beauty and the Beast—but new images that have emerged today make up for it by basically being ripped straight out of the original movie. Plus, they give us our first good look at Dan Stevens as the titular beast.
When any adaptation of an acclaimed Dave Eggers novel makes it to the big screen, people take notice. When you cast Tom Hanks as one of the leads, people get interested. Then you add Emma Watson to it and people get thrilled.
Well, why not? The man's already been a wizard, a mutant, a monster-movie director, a Nazi in hiding, many Shakespearean types, and will soon portray Sherlock Holmes. Why not an enchanted talking clock?
Yeah, yeah, Dan Stevens (Downtown Abbey) is supposedly going to be the Beast opposite Emma Watson's Belle. But the important question is really "Who is going to be Gaston?!"
In this trailer for Alejandro Amenábar's Regression features Emma Watson's Angela Gray recounting what could be a memory of something very wrong in her childhood. Ethan Hawke's Detective Bruce Kenner seems to not only believe her, but find evidence that something huge has happened.
Are you sitting down? You might want to sit down. In an interview with Emma Watson, J.K. Rowling has admitted that she regrets pairing Hermione with Ron instead of Harry, chalking the Hermione/Ron marriage up to "a form of wish fulfillment."
The more we see of Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen's post apocalyptic comedy This Is the End, the more excited we get. Any movie that makes fun of James Franco is aces in our book.
Warning: don't search for Emma Watson online unless you want to get infected. According to an McAfee's annual list of most dangerous online celebrities, if you're looking for news about Hermione, specifically naked news, you have about a 12 percent chance of picking up malware.
If there's one thing we learned this past week at Comic-Con, it's that Hollywood is obsessed with fairy tales. They're magical, they've got instant recognition... and they're public domain. But Hollywood keeps hitting on the same five stories.