Ever been to see a new movie and thought it reminded you a lot of an old movie? This one comes immediately to mind, not to mention the steady spew of sub-par remakes and TV show re-hashes that the good folks in Hollywood seem to think we’ll enjoy. As far as movie posters go, the […]
The Oscar nominee and star of the fantasy adventure film Immortals explains why he continues to play such physical roles.
The Golden Globe-nominated actress shares her experience of playing a character who isn’t likable, as she does in the new film Melancholia.
The documentary filmmaker, whose new film is Connected: An Autoblogography about Love, Death & Technology, describes the good, the bad and the hope of digital connectivity.
I watched the new Ryan Gosling movie Drive recently, and while I found the film’s spaghetti western-inspired dialogue and plot left something to be desired, the aesthetic of the film was perfect. From the hot pink 1980s-style opening credits, to the perfectly noir neon-lit cityscape, to the moody, understated soundtrack, there was plenty to appreciate. […]
Father-son actors discuss their latest collaboration, The Way, and Estevez shares what it was like to write a role for his dad.
The talented actor of Heroes fame discusses his latest star vehicle, the feature Margin Call, which he also produced.
The star of The Skin I Live In and Puss in Boots explains how he came to be an actor in the U.S. when he already enjoyed success and fame in Spain and shares the secret of making a Hollywood marriage work.
Ever go out to the movies and think to yourself, hey there aren’t a lot of positive films out there that address people of faith? Well, Stephen Kendrick is making sure movie goers have a choice when they want to see films that speak to them not only as individuals, but persons of faith. The […]
The star of the new film 50/50 discusses his work in the upcoming Batman film and talks about the work of his production company, hitRECord.