Interviews

Sarah Rafferty Teases 'A Ton Of Fallout' In New 'Suits' Episodes

January 28th, 2015 12:05pm EST
Sarah Rafferty Teases 'A Ton Of Fallout' In New 'Suits' Episodes
Tonight, Suits returns after that jaw-dropping midseason finale (read our recap of it here) with six new episodes. There's a lot going on at TV's best law firm, so to find out what we can expect, we went to the woman who plays the woman who knows everything: Sarah Rafferty.

Read on to find out what Sarah had to say about how season four picks up, what's in store for her character Donna, and how her longtime friend Gabriel Macht measured up as the director of tonight's midseason premiere.

SPOILER ALERT - This interview discusses plot points from the first half of Suits season four and teas...
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Interview: Joe Weisberg And Joel Fields Talk Building 'The Americans'

January 27th, 2015 12:02pm EST
Joe Weisberg And Joel Fields Talk Building 'The Americans'
Wednesday brings back one of the best shows on television: FX's The Americans. The Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell-led series looks like a spy thriller, feels like a character drama, rings true as a Cold War period piece, and has all the right stuff to make its own place in history.

What makes it so great and where is it going in season three? We posed those questions to executive producers Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields when we met them at FX's Television Critics Association presentation in Pasadena, and here's what secrets we could get out of them as to how they've built such an unbelievably...
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'Galavant' Star Vinnie Jones: 'I Wanted To Get Back To Comedy'

January 25th, 2015 12:10pm EST
'Galavant' Star Vinnie Jones: 'I Wanted To Get Back To Comedy'
Hollywood audiences know Vinnie Jones for being the tough guy in films like X-Men: The Last Stand and The Condemned. So it's been a pleasant surprise to see him hamming it up as royal henchman Gareth on ABC's Galavant. And the role isn't as far afield for him as you might think.

"I wanted to get back to comedy," he told us in an interview on Friday. "I love comedy, I just love it, and I wanted to get back to it. I think that's what I'm best at [and] that's what I enjoy more."

Vinnie actually became a household name on the lighter side of film, when he was cast in Guy Ritchie's Lock, Stock...
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Jennifer Finnigan And Jonathan Silverman Make Co-Directorial Debut With 'A Bet's A Bet'

January 22nd, 2015 2:03pm EST
Jennifer Finnigan And Jonathan Silverman Make Co-Directorial Deb
Having Jennifer Finnigan and Jonathan Silverman in a movie is awesome, so it's no surprise that they teamed up to make one of their own.

Tuesday saw the release of A Bet's A Bet, the romantic comedy that Jennifer and Jonathan co-directed and co-starred in, and we got together with this talented pair to discuss how they collaborated, if they're going to do it again, and the roles they've had that just won't go away.

A movie with two directors isn't unheard of, and every team has a different way of getting the job done. For Jennifer and Jonathan, what worked was sticking together.

"People ...
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'R100' S&M Day Part 2 - The Interview

January 21st, 2015 12:20pm EST
'R100' S&M Day Part 2 - The Interview
Not many actors can pull off being the CEO of an exclusive boutique dominatrix agency that specializes in extreme acts of public degradation. But if you’re a forceful, intimidating, 6’ 8 1/4” tall, ripped and gorgeously stacked blonde Amazonian woman, playing a position of that type can come very easily. Such is the physical prowess of the mighty Lindsay Kay Hayward, a former WWE fighter turned actress who plays the very memorable S&M CEO in Hitoshi Matsumoto’s kinky and funny flick "R100" (opening Jan. 23 in theaters and On Demand from Drafthouse Films). After having a full day of sexy ...
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'Arrow': Blake Neely Tells Us How He Makes Everything Sound Super

January 21st, 2015 12:05pm EST
'Arrow': Blake Neely Tells Us How He Makes Everything Sound Supe
The CW's Arrow returns tonight with Oliver Queen continuing to save Starling City, but his heroics wouldn't sound nearly as good if not for Blake Neely, the man tasked with composing the score you hear every week on the hit television series.

Following the release of his second Arrow soundtrack album, Blake sat down with us for a second time (here's the first) to discuss the evolution of his score and how he separates the music of Arrow and its sibling The Flash from his many other television projects.

"I try to evolve the sound a little bit each season, just because I think you can get d...
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'Justified' Season 6: What Does Jere Burns Say About Wynn Duffy's Longevity?

January 20th, 2015 12:04pm EST
'Justified' Season 6: Jere Burns Talks Wynn Duffy's Longevity
Wynn Duffy keeps finding a way to not die. The charismatic lieutenant of the Dixie Mafia has been working his criminal ways for the entirety of Justified's tenure, whether it's on his own or by allying himself with the person most likely to keep him alive.

And that's actually a very good thing, because Duffy is played by the charming and talented TV veteran Jere Burns. Because he's such a joy to watch, you almost don't mind that Duffy never quite seems to get what he deserves.

We sat down with Jere on Sunday at FX's Television Critics Association presentation to discuss Duffy's surprising...
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Getting To Know 'Euros Of Hollywood' Star Isabel Adrian

January 19th, 2015 8:42pm EST
Getting To Know 'Euros Of Hollywood' Star Isabel Adrian
Isabel Adrian is no stranger to the spotlight. The multi-faceted Swedish fashion designer, model, author, actress and music producer has become a household name in the US as a co-star of Bravo's Euros of Hollywood. I recently had the opportunity to speak with Adrian to discuss her life and career, including her background in design, music, and now, the literary world.

Adrian's journey took off at the ripe age of 15 when she began her modeling career. She eventually appeared in runway shows all over the world and graced the covers of Rolling Stone, Elle, Sony and Chic Magazine. After five y...
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'Galavant's' Mallory Jansen Goes 'Completely Mad...Alena'

January 18th, 2015 2:10pm EST
'Galavant's' Mallory Jansen Goes 'Completely Mad...Alena'
ABC's Galavant has livened up Sunday nights with its music, mayhem and medieval mischief, and things are only getting funnier. We checked in on Friday with actress Mallory Jansen, who portrays the lovely but oh so messed up Madalena, about what it's like for her to play a damsel in distress...when that damsel is also a crazy maniac.

"It's been completely amazing," she enthused. "I've only really just moved to the States a year ago, so it's been a whirlwind so far. To be involved in a project such as this straight off the bat is so amazing. I couldn't have asked for a better situation."

Sh...
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Aaron Stanford And Amanda Schull Team Up For '12 Monkeys'

January 16th, 2015 2:01pm EST
Aaron Stanford And Amanda Schull Team Up For '12 Monkeys'
SyFy's 12 Monkeys might be a nightmarish scenario, but it's also a TV fan's dream. Heading the cast of the time-travel thriller are favorite faces Aaron Stanford (Nikita's Seymour Birkhoff) and Amanda Schull (Suits' Katrina Bennett), alongside Noah Bean (Nikita's Ryan Fletcher), Kirk Acevedo (Fringe's Charlie Francis) and Emily Hampshire (Rookie Blue's Celery). Even if you don't like science-fiction, this one's a must-see just for the cast.

We checked in with Aaron and Amanda earlier this week to talk about how 12 Monkeys relates to the film versions, and what it was like for these two und...
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