With stories multiplying faster than a clone army, here’s every upcoming Star Wars show and movie that’s on the way.
It's a slow week for banner releases on streaming, but if you dig deep enough there are still plenty of exciting movies to watch on the major platforms.
Kumail Nanjiani plays the man behind a male stripper empire, while Star Wars returns to its animated series about a group of elite clone troopers.
Martin McDonagh's Oscar-courting drama arrives, along with a festive treat in the form of the fully restored incarnation of Muppet Christmas Carol.
The Patient proves to be a riveting two-hander, with solid performances from Steve Carell and Domhnall Gleeson, which elevates this into a compelling drama.
“Jonathan Kasdan does such a great job of writing three-dimensional characters. I think [audiences] will be surprised by people not conforming to archetypes and stereotypes.”
Val Kilmer was unable to return as Madmartigan in the Disney+ sequel series, but his presence is still felt throughout.
“People often say how the film allowed them to escape from their real-life experiences at the time, how it brought them hope. I think the character of Willow is quite inspirational,” Davis tells Yahoo.
Looking for something to stream this weekend? Yuletide content has become fair game.
As the least Star Wars-y show in the galaxy’s history, this sci-fi spy thriller has delivered something different.
There are a number of high profile movies making their streaming debuts this week.
Though spooky season is now upon us, this week’s streaming highlights bring some unconventional horrors as well as the more standard ones.
Just on the cusp of spooky season, some of the first thematically appropriate choices for film streaming reveals itself
Not only does The Old Man possess two formidable performances in Jeff Bridges and John Lithgow, but it also delivers a Disney+ drama packed with genuine pathos.
The ever-expanding cosmos of Star Wars is going rogue in the long-awaited Rogue One: A Star Wars Story spin-off Andor.
"Willow" creator Jonathan Kasdan and stars Warwick Davis, Joanne Whaley and Christian Slater talked to Yahoo at the D23 Expo.
The young British actor behind the new voice of Pinocchio has revealed he was completely 'starstruck' when he met his co-stars on the set of Disney’s latest re-make.
British actor Benjamin Evan Ainsworth studied the 1940 Pinocchio to master the voice of the boy puppet.