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Q&A – Tom Noonan (Reverend Cole)

The veteran actor talks to AMCtv.com about converting weakness into strength and why acting is a lot like playing Bach.

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Q&A – Dominique McElligott (Lily Bell)

The Hell on Wheels actress talks about the challenges of period costume and the major difference between Irish and American TV.

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Q&A – Anson Mount (Cullen Bohannon)

Anson Mount, who plays Cullen Bohannon, spoke about working with smart horses and remembering his Civil War veteran great-great-great-grandfather.

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The Walking Dead‘s Michael Rooker Reflects on His Own Horror-Movie History

In honor of AMC FEARFEST, actor Michael Rooker talks about terror, courage, and Merle’s survival instinct.

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Interview: Harry Potter Cast and Crew Say Goodbye at Final Red Carpet

It all ends here. And here, this week, was New York City, where Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and the cast of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 walked their last red carpet for the final…

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Interview: Kevin James on Sequels, Sandler, and Monkeying Around with Nick Nolte

He has been a King of primetime television, a Grown Up with pal Adam Sandler, and the most lucrative Mall Cop in Hollywood history. Now Kevin James is ready to talk to the animals — and romance the lovely…

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Interview: Selena Gomez

Though Selena Gomez only turns 19 on July 22, the Texas native already has left her mark on television, music and the movie industry. And yet, tabloids are only interested in who she’s allegedly dating (Justin Bieber) and how…

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Q&A – Cameron Diaz Talks Timberlake, Tough Times for Hot Chicks, and Being the Bad Teacher

What with budget cuts, staff layoffs, and falling test scores, our nation’s public-school system had enough problems before Cameron Diaz’s Bad Teacher arrived on the scene. The jaded blonde vixen takes on an optimistic principal (John Michael Higgins), a…

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Q&A – Carla Gugino on Jim Carrey, Family Films, and Mr. Popper’s Penguins

The summer movie season typically is characterized by big stars driving massive special-effects-laden blockbusters. Mr. Popper’s Penguins takes the opposite approach, hanging its hopes on six pint-size leads who dream of swimming circles around the competition. Bitey, Lovey, Loudy,…

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Q&A – Maria Bello and Michael Sheen on Beautiful Boy, The Mummy, and the Future of The Twilight Saga

In Shawn Ku’s Beautiful Boy, a married couple learns of a violent school shooting at their only child’s college campus. The twist? Their son turns out to have been the shooter, and has taken his own life at the…

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