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Kevin Polowy


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Recent articles by Kevin:

Jamie Lee Curtis on 'Halloween' beginnings, why Arnold didn't want her for 'True Lies' and her secret text code with Lindsay Lohan

Jamie Lee Curtis talks "Halloween," "Trading Places," "A Fish Called Wanda," "True Lies" and more in our new episode of "Role Recall." → Read More

'The Last Duel' is being called a '14th century #MeToo story' — but that's not necessarily what its creators intended

Matt Damon, Jodie Comer and Nicole Holofcener talk new action-drama film "The Last Duel." → Read More

4-time 'Saw' director Darren Lynn Bousman explains appeal of grisly horror series, reveals favorite death scene

MVP of Horror Darren Lynn Bousman on his secrets of ratcheting up the terror in "Saw II," "Saw III," "Saw IV" and this year's "Spiral: From the Book of Saw." → Read More

Kate Winslet remembers fainting on the set of 'Sense and Sensibility' (exclusive)

Kate Winslet, Emma Thompson, Greg Wise, Ang Lee and more gathered for a 25th anniversary reunion celebrating "Sense and Sensibility." → Read More

Keith David has starred in horror classics like 'The Thing' and 'They Live,' but most horrific scene came in 'There's Something About Mary'

MVP of Horror Keith David talks horror favorites "The Thing," "They Live"... and "There's Something About Mary?" → Read More

Daniel Craig talks 'No Time to Die' swan song and a less promiscuous James Bond

Daniel Craig and co-stars, director Cary Joji Fukunaga and producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson talk 25th James Bond movie "No Time to Die." → Read More

'Necessary Roughness' reunion: Kathy Ireland and Scott Bakula on how comedy predicted real-life female football players

Stars Scott Bakula and Kathy Ireland share memories from the making of "Necessary Roughness" as 1991 football comedy turns 30. → Read More

'Jack can do whatever Jack wants': Mark Wahlberg addresses rumor Jack Nicholson refused to wear a Red Sox hat in 'The Departed'

Mark Wahlberg shares memories from the making of the Oscar-winning crime thriller as it turns 15. → Read More

'Training Day' at 20: Ethan Hawke thought Nick Nolte was going to play dirty cop, knew Denzel was winning Oscar on 'Day 3'

Ethan Hawke shares memories of working with Oscar winner Denzel Washington as "Training Day" turns 20. → Read More

Cameron Boyce's parents on dealing with grief and continuing late son's legacy as his final film 'Runt' opens

Victor and Libby Boyce talk about their late son, actor Cameron Boyce, as his final film "Runt" premieres. → Read More

Michael Gandolfini, 'Many Saints of Newark' star and son of James Gandolfini, says he never saw 'The Sopranos' before working on the film

Michael Gandolfini, Alessandro Nivola, Leslie Odom Jr., Ray Liotta and more talk about their new film "The Many Saints of Newark." → Read More

'The critics didn't like us': Tom Hardy took bad 'Venom' reviews to heart in making sequel 'Let There Be Carnage'

Stars Tom Hardy, Woody Harrelson, Naomie Harris and director Andy Serkis talk new sequel "Venom: Let There Be Carnage." → Read More

50 Cent talks 'Black Mafia Family,' close friendship with Eminem: 'If he hit somebody with a bus, I'd be saying he didn't do it'

"Black Mafia Family" is the rapper-turned-actor-turned-producer's latest series for Starz that features a guest spot from longtime collaborator Eminem. → Read More

Paul Hogan reflects on 35 years of being called Crocodile Dundee

Paul Hogan did a rare interview with Yahoo Entertainment in 2020 looking back at his famed 1986 breakout comedy. → Read More

'Shang-Chi' director and co-writer share favorite reactions to Marvel hit: The first time one viewer 'felt proud to be Asian'

Director Daniel Destin Cretton and co-writer Dave Callaham share insights from "Shang-Chi" as the Marvel hit rules the box office. → Read More

Melissa McCarthy and Chris O'Dowd on dealing with grief and every parent's worst nightmare in 'The Starling'

Stars Melissa McCarthy and Chris O'Dowd and director Ted Melfi talk about the new Netflix drama "The Starling." → Read More

Melissa McCarthy reflects on 'Ghostbusters' backlash 5 years later: 'I don't get the fight to see who can be the most hate-filled'

In a new interview promoting "The Starling," Melissa McCarthy says she still doesn't understand the level of hate her "Ghostbusters" film drew in 2016. → Read More

'Sopranos' creator David Chase did not make spinoff movie 'Many Saints of Newark' worrying about your feelings

In a wide-ranging interview, David Chase talks about the pressures of revisiting the iconic "Sopranos" universe, finding the perfect lead in Alessandro Nivola and that time an unknown Lady Gaga played a bit part on the show. → Read More

'Wu-Tang is a spoonful of positivity': RZA talks 'American Saga' Season 2 and 'Wu-Tang Is for the Children' movement

RZA talks about Season 2 of Hulu's "Wu-Tang: An American Saga," which depicts the rap group recording 1993's seminal album "Enter the Wu (36 Chambers)," and more. → Read More

Disney gives Jessica Rabbit a politically correct makeover, angering some fans

Sultry toon is being transformed from damsel in distress to private investigator at Disneyland’s Roger Rabbit ride. "Disney does not understand the concept of Jessica Rabbit," grouses one fan. → Read More