Jolie chronicles her second feature film directorial venture, Unbroken, about World War II hero Lou Zamperini.
The National Medal of the Arts recipient assesses her career and returning, at age 89, to the role that won her a Tony in Blithe Spirit.
The Beyond the Lights director-writer (pictured left) and co-star discuss the importance of the well-received film.
The model-turned-Oscar winner, who paved her own path in the entertainment business, unpacks the second volume of her memoirs, entitled Watch Me.
The actor-director discusses his latest role, in the Western drama The Homesman, which he also co-wrote, directed and co-exec-produced.
Parker and Purdie-Vaughns examine the role the media plays in perpetuating conscious and unconscious bias.
The The Theory of Everything co-star talks about taking advantage of opportunities when they come along.
The two-time Oscar nominee discusses what he learned about the U.S. media in making the political drama, Kill the Messenger.
The co-star of some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters talks about her need to take a break from acting and her first film role in almost a decade.
With the Twilight film franchise behind her, Stewart talks about her work in a series of interesting indie films, including Camp X-Ray.