Interviews

Interview: 'Kelly & Cal' Actress Juliette Lewis Dissects Directors For Us

September 19th, 2014 3:15pm EDT
Kelly & Cal
In the realm of creating memorable performances under the watchful eye of equally great directors, nobody has done more work of note then actress Juliette Lewis. A talented gal who earned her first Oscar nomination under the direction of Martin Scorsese for "Cape Fear" in her late teens, Lewis then went on to work on some of the most acclaimed films and with the most esteemed filmmakers Hollywood has to offer. Her latest film "Kelly & Cal" (in theaters Sept. 19 from IFC Films) sees Lewis continuing to add to her cache of layered performances by playing Kelly, a former punk rocker turned s...
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Interview: Saluting The Work Of 'Fort Bliss' Star Michelle Monaghan

September 18th, 2014 11:40am EDT
Interview: Saluting The Work Of 'Fort Bliss' Star Michelle Monag
To say we’re fans of talented actress Michelle Monaghan is a bit of an understatement – we frankly adore her. From her memorable free spirited role opposite Robert Downey Jr. in Shane Black’s "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" to playing private detective with a conscience in "Gone Baby Gone" (not to mention her recently captivating work alongside Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey in "True Detective!"), Monaghan has always had a unique skill and spirit that makes her standout in every role she takes on. Her latest film "Fort Bliss" (out Sept. 19 from Phase 4 Films) is no different and features M...
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Interview: The Ford Brothers On Inhabiting India For 'The Dead 2'

September 17th, 2014 2:40pm EDT
Interview: The Ford Brothers On Inhabiting India For 'The Dead 2
For a pair of indie filmmakers, brothers Jonathan and Howard J. Ford are certainly well travelled. Their first film titled "The Dead" saw the pair heading off to the barren lands of Africa as the setting for their inspired zombie flick. For their second go around on the much anticipated sequel "The Dead 2" (out now on DVD and Blu-ray from Anchor Bay Home Entertainment) the horror loving brothers found themselves smack dab in the middle of lush location ridden India telling another tale of the undead. The film involves an American turbine engineer who finds himself racing against time and...
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Stars Of 'The Wonder Years' Reveal: 'Our Characters Are Part Our DNA'

September 17th, 2014 11:40am EDT
Stars Of 'The Wonder Years' Reveal: 'Our Characters Are Part Our
In an interview with Starpulse, "The Wonder Years" stars Danica McKellar, Olivia d'Abo and Alley Mills reveal they don't mind when fans confuse them with their iconic television characters. The trio have lived vicariously through their alter-egos for so long they laugh, "They're part of our DNA!"

Said d'Abo, "We visit with these characters every day." Concurred McKellar, "Everyday, somebody recognizes one of us on the street from the show. We get to be that character in some form. We get to see people with happy looks on their faces and they say, 'Oh my gosh, I miss that show so much! My f...
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Deadly Dinner Chat With TV's 'Hannibal' Mads Mikkelsen

September 16th, 2014 10:08am EDT
Deadly Dinner Chat With TV's 'Hannibal' Mads Mikkelsen
Stepping into a role previously inhabited by others is in itself quite a daunting task, but when that role is the infamous part of Hannibal “The Cannibal” Lecter the chance to create something original seems impossible. Actor Brian Cox managed to portray and convey an inner intensity as the demented doctor in "Manhunter" and of course Anthony Hopkins brought a sense of big grandiose to the captive killer in "Silence of the Lambs" and the two following films. But could else anyone fill the shoes of such an iconic serial killer? Enter Mads Mikkelsen. As a more calculated and intellectually...
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'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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