This browser is supported only in Windows 10 and above.

Q&A – Amy Ryan on Win Win, Steve Carell, and Her Farewell to The Office

Amy Ryan is feeling a little maternal at this stage of her career. The versatile character actress earned her first Oscar nomination for Gone Baby Gone, portraying the worst onscreen mother since Faye Dunaway in Mommie Dearest. Ryan’s latest…

Read More

Q&A – Michael C. Hall on Peep World, Breaking Bad Marathons, and Dexter’s Plans

We may never see an Arrested Development movie in our lifetime. Thankfully, Barry W. Blaustein has made Peep World, an ensemble comedy about an uproariously demented and out-of-touch family that gives the Bluth clan a run for its money….

Read More

Q&A – Mars Needs Moms’ Joan Cusack on Toy Story’s Oscar and Irish-Catholic Guilt

Thanks to the wonders of motion-capture animation, Joan Cusack lends her voice and facial expressions to Mom, the main character abducted by aliens in Walt Disney’s Mars Needs Moms. That makes sense. Cusack’s the mother of two young boys,…

Read More

Q&A – Battle: Los Angeles’ Michael Pena on Parenthood, Fried Frog Legs, and Our Planet’s Final Hours

Space may be the final frontier, but in Jonathan Liebesman’s high-powered Battle: Los Angeles the Milky Way’s most violent denizens are making the trip to our planet — and they’d like to claim it as their own. Michael Peña,…

Read More

Q&A – Johnny Depp on Women, Little White Lies, and Justin Bieber

Johnny Depp has played a lot of peculiar characters. In fact, one could say with confidence that the wildly popular actor is drawn to the weird and abnormal. His performance in the upcoming Rango, which hits theaters on Mar….

Read More

Q&A – January Jones and Diane Kruger on Mad Men, X-Men, and Unknown Thrills

Identity theft has become commonplace in our modern technological age, but Liam Neeson faces something extraordinarily atypical in the thriller Unknown. After a car accident plunges him into a coma, Neeson wakes to learn his entire existence — from…

Read More

Q&A – True Grit’s Roger Deakins on the Oscars, the Coens, and the 3-D Craze

The New York Times recently described filmmaking legend Roger Deakins as the “Susan Lucci of cinematography,” a shortsighted jab at Deakins’s nine Oscar nominations but zero wins. He’ll be back at the Academy Awards on Sun., Feb. 27, in…

Read More

Q&A – Oscar Nominee David Seidler Overcame His Stutter on the Road to The King’s Speech

David Seidler stuttered as a child. “It’s not a pleasant experience. Nobody in their right mind would choose to be a stutterer,” Seidler said. As a method of education and motivation, Seidler’s parents played him audio of the United…

Read More

Q&A – 127 Hours Screenwriter Simon Beaufoy on Oscars, Amputations, and Audience Faintings

Coming off the 2008 hit Slumdog Millionaire, Oscar winners Danny Boyle and Simon Beaufoy earned the freedom to pick their next project. To several people’s surprise — including Beaufoy’s — the director-screenwriter team chose to tell the challenging life…

Read More

Q&A – Paul Giamatti on Dustin Hoffman, the Golden Globes, and His Acting Obsessions

Don’t feel too bad if you didn’t recognize the film Paul Giamatti supported at the Golden Globe Awards. Barney’s Version, an adaptation of Mordecai Richler’s epic murder-mystery novel, is huge in Canada and even more beloved overseas but has…

Read More