These spark so much joy!
You won't be buying tickets to Bridesmaids 2 anytime soon.
Where does your favourite rank?
Listen: “Zola” Turned A Viral Twitter Thread Into A Movie--But Hollywood Almost Cut Out The Black Woman Who Wrote It
“The director stepped in and gave “Zola” her worth, monetarily. She was really tapped into all of the key moments. Because at the end of the day, it’s all her words.”
"It's part of the human condition, so why are we always talking about it as if it is something that we have control over?"
Tired: My dad is Ben Affleck. Wired: My dad is Batman.
Gwyneth Paltrow called her fat suit role a "disaster."
Timothée just has a British face idk.
Is Ben the Evan you wanted?
Such a cool cast so far.
"We need to give real representation to people."
"To see that she was just as sweet and funny in real life is something I will never forget"
Hold the phone: Renée Zellweger ISN'T British?!
“Gun violence is a public health crisis, and we all need to do everything to stop people from dying,” Moore told BuzzFeed News.
"I really think it's about all of us, regardless of gender."
GoT, celeb friendships, getting fired, and more.
So much news, so little time.
From Captain Marvel to The Lion King, and Us to Pokémon Detective Pikachu, there are a lot of new films to be excited about this year. In chronological order!
Carol 2017, directed by me.
But it can certainly sell you some branded bourbon.
"It matters more than any single thing you're going to do in the next two years," the Avengers director and Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator told BuzzFeed News. "It is a heroic and necessary act."
Because everyone deserves a redhead.
It was a star-studded evening full of glitz and glamour.
No souls, no pain.
John Stamos can make the bad guys good for a weekend.
It took seven years to bring Freeheld — the true story of an embattled lesbian couple in New Jersey — to the screen. Ellen Page, Julianne Moore, director Peter Sollett, and the film's other key players tell BuzzFeed News how it finally happened.
LGBT characters are gaining ground in visibility, but when it comes to Academy Award season, there are certain stories, like Stonewall's and Freeheld's, that still stick too.
Only a few years ago, Ellen Page thought she could never come out publicly. Now, her new movie Freeheld marks an important step in the marriage equality movement — and it's just the start of a new stage in her career.
Tom Hiddleston, Tom Hardy, and Johnny Depp faltered. Brie Larson, Alicia Vikander, and Matt Damon jumped to the front of the awards season pack. And everyone seemed to love movies about journalism.
"Can I get your number?"
50 and fabulous!
Moore and Page play a couple fighting for equal rights in this new movie, and BuzzFeed has the exclusive trailer.
Actually watching the Academy Awards at a huge Hollywood viewing party is easier said than done.
The Academy Awards offered up a night of earnest speeches and jokes about whiteness. But underneath, things are pretty much the same as always.
So many award shows, so many dresses.
« Birdman » crée la surprise ; grosse déception pour « Boyhood ».
According to their incredibly, ridiculously talented beauty teams.
BuzzFeed News Senior Film Reporter Adam B. Vary gives his predictions for who will take home the gold at the very confusing 87th Academy Awards, and BuzzFeed News Film Critic Alison Willmore picks her favorites for who most deserves to win.
This doesn't mean you're going to get an Oscar too.
The actors put themselves through the ringer with Still Alice and Cake, grueling films about Alzheimer's and chronic pain, respectively. Everybody hurts, especially in Oscar season.
We're not worthy.
Jennifer Garner, Julianne Moore, John Legend, and Shakira lend their voices to the White House initiative, each sharing a personal story of the role education played in their lives.
The filmmakers behind the final Hunger Games movies talk to BuzzFeed News about Katniss' motivation and how dark the climactic film will be. WARNING: ALL OF THE SPOILERS ahead.
Because of the movie's LGBT content. UPDATED.
And Katniss is barely in it.
UPDATED: Julianne Moore, Natalie Dormer, and several others have signed up for the two-part conclusion of the Hunger Games saga — but who are they playing, and what roles have yet to be cast? Warning: SPOILERS within!
Not too shabby but Ed Harris could have employed a bit more hand fidgeting into his John McCain.