The Tony-winning actor talks about his Golden Globe-nominated role on the small screen in HBO’s Ray Donovan.
The Emmy-winning writer and World War Z author shares the backstory of his latest project, the graphic novel, The Harlem Hellfighters.
Ebert comments on spearheading the new documentary, Life Itself, chronicling the life of her late husband, Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert. In the WEB EXTRA clip, she talks about meeting Quentin Tarantino for the first time.
A Tony winner for playing Frankie Valli on Broadway, Young explains why he reprises the role in the film and closes the show with a performance of a Four Seasons mega hit.
The veteran filmmaker previews his latest project, Freedom Summer, which chronicles a period in the civil rights movement that radically changed the U.S.
Tavis reflects on the legacy of the stage and screen legend and passionate activist and revisits past conversations.
In a first-ever joint interview, the talented Reiners—the elder a 12-time Emmy-winning TV pioneer; the younger an Emmy-winning actor and director—reflect on their father-son relationship.
The multi-talented artist explains the satire behind his latest project, an indie feature on child actors, entitled Trust Me.
The first deaf performer to win the best actress Academy Award, Matlin describes her role on the drama series, Switched at Birth.
The Oscar winner behind the Pixar team that changed animation shares his thoughts about creativity in the workplace.