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.
Two-time Oscar winner and star-exec producer of the feature film Conviction explains why her career has included so many real-life stories and shares which film roles have scared her the most.
Grammy-winning singer Cole shares the story of how, when she was in need of a life-saving kidney transplant, she learned of a successful organ match while at her dying sister’s bedside.
Veteran R&B singer-songwriter reveals the history of his cane and talks about his new, first-ever solo project.
Oscar- and Emmy-winning actor discusses independent filmmaking, what attracts him to film projects now and what he’d like for people to say at his funeral.