The Emmy-winning star of The Closer dishes about the show’s conclusion after a seven-year run, Hollywood marriages and her new film, The Possession.
The actress of Two and a Half Men fame talks about her latest film, Hello I Must Be Going, wanting to become a more versatile actress and navigating the entertainment industry while being shy.
Reeves dissects the gains and losses of technological advances and industry shifts in filmmaking, which he details in the documentary, Side by Side.
The third installment of Christopher Nolan’s Batman franchise is expected to be the biggest blockbuster event of the summer.
While cast and crew kept mum about any details on the third film, we had Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Morgan Freeman sit with us and briefly gloss over some details. Check out the three conversations and gear up for the movie event of the summer!
The first-time actor details his story of New Orleans café owner-turned-actor, in the film Beasts of the Southern Wild, and comments on his newfound respect for actors and his future movie plans.
The Oscar-winning actress stops by to discuss Union Square, a guerilla-type indie film that hits theaters July 13. Read up about the Romy & Michele star and tune in to watch the full conversation.
Watch the conversation from 2007 when the legendary entertainer visited the set to talk about how working helped him stay young.
The Oscar-winning star of Union Square recounts the adrenaline rush of working on the indie film and explains how audiences can relate to it.
The outspoken environmental activist is featured in the documentary, Last Call at the Oasis, which highlights the vital role of water in our everyday lives and those struggling with defects in the current system. Read up on her and tune in to see the conversation.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker is out with not one, but two projects—a post-Hurricane Katrina documentary, I’m Carolyn Parker, and his third feature-length documentary on folk-rocker Neil Young, Neil Young Journeys. You can also watch the 2007 conversation with Demme, where he describes why he decided to make a documentary about post-Katrina New Orleans.