Interviews

'Intruders' Star James Frain On The 'Compulsive And Original' Series

September 13th, 2014 12:04pm EDT
'Intruders' Star James Frain On The 'Compulsive And Original' Se
Remember that time James Frain got killed by act of Jack Bauer on 24? Well, now it's his turn to be the guy with the gun. On BBC America's original series Intruders, James plays Richard Shepherd, who's hot on the trail of the titular characters who jump into other people's bodies, and whose failure to kill one of them is going to bite everyone in the behind. We connected with James this week to ask him about his intriguing role before tonight's new episode of Intruders.

"A good script always stands out, whatever genre," said James, whose other TV credits include The White Queen, True Blood...
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Catalina Sandino Moreno Is 'At The Devil's Door' In New Horror Film

September 12th, 2014 2:02pm EDT
Catalina Sandino Moreno Is 'At The Devil's Door' In New Horror F
Horror movie enthusiasts can get your scares this weekend from At The Devil's Door, the new IFC Films release starring Academy Award nominee Catalina Sandino Moreno as a New York real estate agent who gets more than she bargained for with her latest listing. We connected with Catalina earlier this week to talk about her venture into the horror genre.

"It's always fun and interesting to do different things," she told us, "and I think I get scared by every single scary movie out there. So it was a big challenge for me to try to make a scary movie scary, and try to believe that there was some...
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Interview: 'Honeymoon' Actress Rose Leslie Talks Twisted Love

September 11th, 2014 11:10am EDT
Interview: 'Honeymoon' Actress Rose Leslie Talks Twisted Love
Nothing is more magical then meeting someone you adore, eventually getting married and heading off for a romantic honeymoon. But what if odd events interfered and things started to take a turn for the worst – would you be able to love and trust the person whom you just committed the rest of your life? Such is the dilemma of the two newlyweds in the creepy new film "Honeymoon" (out Sept. 12 from Magnolia Pictures), a terror tale of love gone awry from first-time female filmmaker Leigh Janiak. The film is a riveting ride and features two fine performances by lead lovers Harry Treadaway as ...
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Life Is A Series Of 'Happy Mistakes' For Heffron Drive's Kendall Schmidt

September 10th, 2014 3:46pm EDT
Life Is A Series Of 'Happy Mistakes' For Heffron Drive's Kendall
Upon the release of their first CD "Happy Mistakes", the members of Heffron Drive are embracing their past but looking towards their musical future. A unit since 2008, Kendall Schmidt and Dustin Belt first came together when the two found they had a shared goal; to make original music for the masses. A child actor, Schmidt had the chance to pursue his childhood dream with the big boys over at Nickelodeon, who cast him in their series about a band trying to make it in Hollywood, "Big Time Rush."

With that came adulation, fame and tons of media exposure. Schmidt made sure that Belt was taken...
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Sophie Curtis Previews 'Innocence': Will It Be The Next Great Teen Romance Film?

September 5th, 2014 12:10pm EDT
Sophie Curtis Previews 'Innocence': Will It Be The Next Great Te
Scion Films' Innocence is this weekend's latest entry into the young adult film genre, but it's not your prototypical teen movie. Based on the novel by Jane Mendelsohn, the film mixes the romance between two teens with a distinct horror element lurking in the halls of an elite New York prep school. We recently sat down with star Sophie Curtis, who plays the movie's heroine Beckett Warner, to discuss what makes Innocence different from other movies and what it was like for her to work with an all-star supporting cast.

"I love how Innocence is a brilliant coming of age film, in the sense tha...
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Interview: Legendary Richard Lewis Shares His 'Bundle Of Nerves' With Us

September 2nd, 2014 1:15pm EDT
Interview: Legendary Richard Lewis Shares His 'Bundle Of Nerves'
In the comedy world nothing says genius like an honest funnyman who stands the test of time. Meaning anyone can tell a joke, but really connecting with an audience, baring your soul and getting personal all in the name of making people laugh is something only the greats can keep going for an entire career. And no one is more iconic, more admired and more revered for comedy candor then the legendary Prince of Pain himself Richard Lewis. Having a career that has spanned some forty-five years, Lewis has successfully brought his distinctive angst ridden humor to everything from legendary sta...
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Dragon Con 2014: Sean Magee Gets Us Social Media Ready For This Weekend's Convention

August 28th, 2014 2:06pm EDT
Dragon Con 2014: Sean Magee Gets Us Social Media Ready For This
Dragon Con 2014 is upon us! The massive Atlanta convention gets underway tomorrow, and our coverage begins with introducing you to some of the folks who make it possible. Sean Magee is one of Dragon Con's Directors of Social Media: he and his team bring Dragon Con to Twitter, Facebook and all your social media platforms. Sean kindly connected with us this week to talk about how he keeps on top of everything at the convention, and how you can get connected during this weekend's festivities.

Hosted in Atlanta, Dragon Con is one of the country's biggest pop culture events - right up there wit...
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A Little Bit Comedy And A Little Bit Rock And Roll

August 26th, 2014 5:35am EDT
Amber Ferrari
Starpulse.com’s Jeza Belle sat down with rock songstress Amber Ferrari, voted one of Long Island’s best singers, and New York City nightlife Glammy Award nominee; comedian Ike Avelli, whose friendship has led to collaborative partnerships in various productions. While together the duo dished on the correlation between comedy and song, the importance of giving back, and future plans.

Tell our readers what the two of you have been up to?

Amber- First, I’m currently working on a show called “Joplin’s Pearl” that plays at the Patchogue Playhouse on Long Island, in which I spend the first hal...
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Kathy Sledge Celebrates The Legacy Of Billie Holiday in ‘Brighter Side of Day’

August 25th, 2014 11:15am EDT
Kathy Sledge Celebrates The Legacy Of Billie Holiday in ‘Brighte
Kathy Sledge, the youngest sister and former member of the 70s group, ‘Sister Sledge’ known for their hit song, 'We Are Family' will be performing a tribute to legendary jazz singer, Billie Holiday at the Metropolitan Cafe in Manhattan on September 6.

Kathy spoke to Starpulse by phone about her upcoming show and portraying Billie Holiday. The scripts for the on and off-Broadway plays ended up in her lap but she never got the role.

“The on and off-Broadway versions of 'Lady Day' scripts landed on my lap even the one at Emerson’s Bar and Grill but I didn’t get the role. I wanted to bring Bi...
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Rick Hoffman Previews Tonight's 'Suits' Finale: 'This Is Definitely The Episode To Watch'

August 20th, 2014 3:10pm EDT
Suits
Has Louis Litt really left the building? After the events of last week's episode of Suits, it's hard to believe that the lawyer we loved to hate (and secretly loved) has fallen so far in season four. But there's still one more episode to go - tonight's midseason finale.

So we spoke to Louis himself, Rick Hoffman, on Wednesday morning to discuss filming the big moment in "Gone," what he thinks of the dynamics at Pearson Hardman, and how Louis is going to come back...right?

(SPOILER ALERT - If you're not caught up with last week's episode of Suits, and/or don't want to know absolutely anyth...
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