n the first of a two-part conversation, the music icon talks about advocating for people with disabilities and giving back and shares a few backstories of the lyrics and titles of some of his hit songs.
2011 Golden Globe nominee for her performance role in The Fighter explains why becoming a mother has made her enjoy acting more.
Two-time Oscar winner and Golden Globe nominee for his role in the feature Casino Jack discusses what it was like portraying lobbyist-turned-convicted felon Jack Abramoff.
Golden Globe-winning actress discusses her newest project and explains why she was drawn to the story of the women strikers portrayed in the film.
Grammy-winning artist talks about making the switch from touring with Nine Inch Nails to composing the film score for The Social Network.
Oscar-winning filmmaker and co-producer of 127 Hours describes the challenge that he faced creating a film with one actor in one location.
Former TV show host and Talk Show author explains why, when he began his career, listening was the most difficult part of the job.
Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter discusses her second album and how she’s avoiding the sophomore curse.
Filmmaker explains why, as a director, he’s able to get actors to go above and beyond while researching their roles.
Music impresario talks about his new CD, and his new book, and explains how music became the mother he never had.