“As an actor, I do have a certain authority,” Holland Taylor said. “I can’t be in a subservient or an obsequious part. I’m really not good at it. But in my life I’ve often been very much on my back foot and very timid. So I don’t know where that sense of strength came from, because I didn’t really have those.”
“It was called Windshield Wiper Man. I swear to God,” says Kinnear of the project that would turn into Flash of Genius.
The principals behind DreamWorks SKG and Paramount Pictures sealed their parting of ways on Sunday, allowing the DreamWorks studio to tie up with Reliance ADA Group of India to start a new film company.
“I was at a function, and a bunch of political types were there,” Eastwood says. “John McCain was there. He came up to say hello, I said, ‘Look, don’t even ask it. I will not be your vice president. I have to be on the top of the ticket.’”
Ridley Scott, who worked with Russell Crowe, Leonardo DiCaprio on the forthcoming Body Of Lies, admitted that some cast members need more encouragement than others when it comes to sharing their ideas.
Rufus Sewell (“John Adams”) plays Dr. Jacob Hood in “Eleventh Hour,” “CSI” franchise mentor Jerry Bruckheimer’s take on a 2006 United Kingdom miniseries.
“I’m very prepared to go deeply into those subjects, although I’m by nature a truant and I’ve always tried to avoid work,” Sewell said.
AFTRA has agreed to conduct joint negotiations with SAG for the commercials contract — seven months after AFTRA angrily split off on primetime contract talks.
The two met in 1993 as relative neophytes in the Western The Quick and the Dead, and more than a decade had passed since they’d seen each other — and become two of the biggest stars on the planet.
They team up again for the political thriller Body of Lies, which opens Oct. 10. And while the pair could not have become more disparate in demeanor and acting styles, they still remember a time when they bonded as outcasts.
You probably know Evan Handler as Harry Goldenblatt, Charlotte York’s husband on HBO’s “Sex and the City,” or as Charlie Runkle, the agent for David Duchovny’s character on “Californication.” What you probably don’t know is that he’s a passionate patient advocate.
The National Federation of the Blind is planning to protest the film “Blindness” at more than 80 theaters nationwide, the organization has announced. The only problem? They won’t be able to find the theater.