Why Won't Kevin Hart Play Gay Characters?

January 19th, 2015 8:33am EST
Kevin Hart Explains Why He Won't Play Gay Characters?
Kevin Hart's everywhere right now. He's hosting "Saturday Night Live," showing up on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" and starring in "The Wedding Ringer," which opened this weekend to a not-too-shabby pile of box-office dollars.

But as Hart's career continues ballooning outwards, there's one thing we won't be seeing him doing- playing any kind of gay character.

While on New York's Power 105.1 radio station, the actor/comedian admitted that he's not interested in playing any kind of LGBT role.

According to Hart, it's his insecurities- not any kind of prejudice- that's to blame.

"I c...

'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."


Interview: 'Jessabelle' Star Sarah Snook On Good Scripts

January 14th, 2015 12:20pm EST
For someone so young, busy Australian actress Sarah Snook has made quite a name for herself here in the US. Currently in theaters fans can see Snook’s movie stealing role as a savvy Unmarried Mother in the Spierig Brothers new sci-fi flick "Predestination." (Michael Spierig himself compared Snook's acting ability to that of fellow Australian actress Cate Blanchett – and we agree!) And at home folks can catch some tasty layered work by Snook paying an ailing widow troubled by a scary spirit in the film "Jessabelle." Both films show the wide range of Snook’s talent and certainly make her ...

A.J. Cook Talks 'Criminal Minds': 'The Facade Is Going To Start To Crack'

January 14th, 2015 12:06pm EST
A.J. Cook Talks 'Criminal Minds': 'The Facade Is Going To Start
A.J. Cook previously gave us the rundown on season nine of CBS's Criminal Minds, and she was back to talk about tonight's episode, "The Forever People." It's an important episode for her character, Jennifer "J.J." Jareau, who finally has to face some of the emotions she's been repressing since she was kidnapped in the show's 200th episode last season.

"It's coming up on her year anniversary with the abduction in episode 200, and all that craziness that went down," she told us. "[J.J.]'s been suppressing and pushing down all these feelings and emotions for about a year. And you can only do ...

Interview: 'Archer' Season 6: Lucky Yates Dishes On Krieger (Or Is He?!)

January 8th, 2015 12:10pm EST
'Archer' Season 6: Lucky Yates Dishes On Krieger (Or Is He?!)
FX's Archer is the funniest show on television, because the people who make it are the funniest people in television. Case in point: Dr. Algernop Krieger, the crazed but oh so well intentioned clone of Adolf Hitler, is voiced by Lucky Yates, the crazed and relentlessly hilarious actor who is not a clone (that we know of). He can find the humor in anything, whether it's his character's latest scheme or just writing his own biography.

So we had a very hard time keeping a straight face when we caught up with Lucky to ask him about tonight's new season of Archer, how it felt to start over afte...

Emily Blunt Thinks Fairy Tales Are Coddling Our Children

January 5th, 2015 9:02am EST
Emily Blunt Thinks Fairy Tales Are Coddling Our Children
Emily Blunt's "Into the Woods" came out on Christmas. It was dark- especially for a fairy tale- but not so dark that it couldn't skirt by with a PG rating. "Thematic elements, fantasy action and peril, and some suggestive material," say the MPAA.

But for star Emily Blunt, PG isn't nearly enough. She'd much rather see fairy tales go hardcore- PG-13, or even R. The nastier, the better.

When speaking to The Guardian about the film, Blunt pined for the days when fairy tales weren't all sunshine and lollipops, and actually put some fear into children.

“Chris Pine [who plays the prince] was te...

'All Hail King Julien' Brings 'Madagascar' Favorite To Netflix

December 19th, 2014 12:02pm EST
'All Hail King Julien' Brings 'Madagascar' Favorite To Netflix
After the big-screen success of The Penguins of Madagascar, DreamWorks is giving another character from the popular Madagascar film franchise his own spin-off - this one a TV series on Netflix.

All Hail King Julien brings back Danny Jacobs as the voice of King Julien, the larger than life lemur, as audiences will get to see what he was like before the movies and before the Central Park Zoo animals descended on Madagascar.

While Julien still has lovable Mort and right-hand man Maurice to keep him company, he's also joined by "special ops" expert Clover, voiced by India de Beaufort. We rece...

Matt Bomer And Tim DeKay Talk 'White Collar' Finale: 'Do Not Walk Away'

December 18th, 2014 12:08pm EST
Matt Bomer And Tim DeKay Talk 'White Collar' Finale: 'Do Not Wal
Tonight's conclusion of White Collar means that we also have to bid farewell to one of TV's best duos: Matt Bomer and Tim DeKay.

In addition to making a dynamic team as con man Neal Caffrey and his FBI minder Peter Burke on the USA drama, they are also a fantastic partnership off-screen, showing what magic can be made when two hard-working actors come together to form one great unit.

We spoke to Matt and Tim on Monday to ask them why they think they've worked so well together - and what their own opinions were about White Collar's ultimate ending.

Naturally, hints about tonight's last ep...

Ryan Gage Bids Farewell To 'Hobbit'

December 17th, 2014 12:04pm EST
Ryan Gage Bids Farewell To 'Hobbit' Franchise With 'Battle Of Th
Ryan Gage is making grand moves in his career. He returns as Alfrid for the final film in the Hobbit series, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, which opens today.

Then he'll reprise his role as King Louis XIII on BBC One's The Musketeers, that launches its second season on January 2 in the UK and January 17 in the US. He's no stranger to high-profile projects and big characters.

We spoke to Ryan last week about saying goodbye to the Hobbit films and returning to The Musketeers, and how one follows up working on a massive Peter Jackson epic.

Reprising his role from The Desolation ...

'The Voice's' Season 7 Winner And Coach React To Victory

December 17th, 2014 8:26am EST
'The Voice's' Season 7 Winner And Coach React To Victory
On Tuesday night, The Voice crowned its seventh winner since the Emmy Award winning singing competition began in 2011.

We had the opportunity to speak to the winner and the winning coach just minutes after host and producer Carson Daly made the announcement - read on to find out what each of them had to say.

SPOILER ALERT - If you have not seen Tuesday night's finale of The Voice, this article reveals the winner of season seven.

In the battle of the incumbents, Team Blake upset Team Adam on Tuesday night, with Blake Shelton's country singer Craig Wayne Boyd earning the victory over Adam ...