A Veronica Mars Sequel, LoVe's Beginning And 4 Other Topics We Explored With The Cast
A year after fans came through (and then some) to make the Veronica Mars movie a reality, the film is finally ready for its audience. Last week, we had the opportunity to talk to director/series creator Rob Thomas and stars Kristen Bell (Veronica Mars), Jason Dohring (Logan), Chris Lowell (Piz), Krysten Ritter (Gia) and Ryan Hansen (Dick) about the film.
Grand Budapest Hotel's Jeff Goldblum & Willem Dafoe Make Dreams Come True
Discussing Wes Anderson's new film, Grand Budapest Hotel, Jeff Goldblum and Willem Dafoe not only shared details on the inner workings of the film's construction, and Anderson's generous nature in sharing its inspirations, but also how the specific looks of their characters evolved and shaped their performances. But before all that, Jeff Goldblum made my day. Maybe my year. Possibly my decade.
9 Fascinating Things We Learned On The Set Of Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Talking with the cast and crew of the movie I learned all kinds of fascinating details about the film, which I’m extremely excited to share with you now. What special and specific genre is the movie modeled after? What can we expect from the Captain America/Black Widow dynamic? What did Anthony Mackie say he’ll do if he gets cast in The Avengers: Age of Ultron? Read on to find out!
Noah Set Visit: Building An Ark With Russell Crowe and Darren Aronofsky
Many of the exteriors in Noah were filmed in Iceland, which gives the film the unmistakable look immediately familiar in all of the trailers. But in September of 2012-- just a few weeks before Hurricane Sandy blew through--Aronofsky had come home, erecting a giant version of the ark in a park in Long Island, an hour outside New York City.
The Grand Budapest Hotel's Saoirse Ronan And Tony Revolori Dish On Chemistry, Jealousy And Chocolate
When I sat down with Revolori and Ronan, I was immediately impressed with how at ease the pair were, not just in front of the camera, but with each other. As you can see in the interview below--where we talk about everything from their first meeting to who Tony might have lost his role to--they share a warm chemistry and sweet camaraderie.
Ralph Fiennes On The Contradictions In His Grand Budapest Hero, And What He Snagged From The Set
Last week, I had the good fortune to sit down with Fiennes to discuss his work in Grand Budapest Hotel, and his inspirations for his portrayal of Gustave H. During our talk, Fiennes admitted he'd spent a great deal of time figuring out the untold backstory of this eccentric concierge. And then he delighted me by breaking into the character right before my very eyes!
Easter Eggs, Surprise Cameos And A Punisher Hint: Our Interview With Marvel Studios' Drew Pearce
Both written and directed by Drew Pearce, who co-wrote Iron Man 3 with Shane Back, the new short film catches up with Trevor Slattery (Sir Ben Kingsley), the drug addicted British actor who pretended to be the terrorist leader known as The Mandarin.
5 Unusual Facts We Learned From Liam Neeson And The Cast Of Non-Stop
At a pair of conferences held in New York City a few weeks back, Collet-Serra and Silver, Neeson and his Non-Stop co-star Julianne Moore revealed to the assembled crowd some of the secrets of this mystery movie, as well as what makes Neeson such a standout action star.
Reunion Mayhem, Veronica Mars' LoVe Life And 4 Other Movie Set Spoilers
The first line of the Veronica Mars theme song, "We Used to Be Friends" by The Dandy Warhols, speaks of a broken friendship that has dissolved into memory, but what’s strange is that the relationship between the show and its fans couldn’t be more opposite.
Five Surprising Confessions We Coaxed From The Cast Of Winter's Tale
This past weekend, New York critics were shown this star-stuffed adaptation before a press conference that boasted appearances from Goldman, Farrell, Findlay, Connelly and Saint. Here's what we learned from this event.
Joel Kinnaman Tells Us Why This RoboCop Needed To Be PG-13
The new remake from Brazilian director José Padilha is rated PG-13, cutting down on the extremely graphic content that was so crucial to the first film. It was a controversial choice made by the filmmaker, but one that star Joel Kinnaman wholeheartedly defended when I had the chance to speak with him a couple weeks back at a RoboCop press event held in Los Angeles.
RoboCop's Gary Oldman Talks Playing Villains, Heroes And Everything In Between
In the film, directed by Brazilian filmmaker José Padilha based on the action classic from 1987, Oldman plays an original character named Dr. Dennett Norton, a world-leading expert in the field of robotic prosthetics. He is called upon by the company OmniCorp to help in their mission to create a cyborg who can be powerful enough to replace human police officers out in the line of fire on city streets and take crime investigation to a whole new level.
John Goodman, Bill Murray And Bob Balaban Explain What Drove Them To Become Monuments Men
In the film, the trio star as Walter Garfield, Richard Campbell and Preston Savitz, respectively, three members of the seven-man outfit known as The Monuments Men.
Matt Damon Explains Why He Really, Really Loves Working With George Clooney
In the film, Damon stars as James Granger, one of seven historians, architects and curators who crossed into enemy territory during the end of World War II to try and protect Europe’s most precious art and artifacts from the Nazi forces that wished to either steal or destroy it.
The LEGO Movie Was Almost A Musical? 5 Unexpected Things We Learned From Phil Lord And Chris Miller
Last weekend I took a drive down to LEGOLand in Carlsbad, CA where Warner Bros. was holding a press event for the new movie and where I had the great opportunity to sit down with the two directors one-on-one to talk about both their new movie and both where they’ve come from and where they’ve been. What did I learn in our conversation?