Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz, stars of hit TV show Bones, have turned their hand…
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“For maybe six seasons we would always work together on the weekend and building our chemistry has always been a focus of ours for our performances” – Emily Deschanel on working with David Boreanaz
Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz talk about Bones, the upcoming 200th episode, new characters and more!
Last night gave us the season 9 finale of the hit FOX show, Bones, and…
“Maleficent” explores the untold story of Disney’s most iconic villain from the classic “Sleeping Beauty” and the…
The SAG Foundation has been doing some really Q&A’s lately and this one, with Emily…
Emily: “It really depends on the scene what the challenge is, but I think changing tone really can be very challenging for me”
“Ever since I was seven years old, I was writing,” recalls Daley of his early days as a scribe. “I remember being in the basement of my house, this dank, horrible basement, putting on plays with not-very-willing participants, and I would promise kids in the neighborhood that I’d play Nintendo 64 with them after we’d rehearse this stupid play that I wrote.
Brendan Fehr talks about his new SyFy movie, Ice Quake, how he got his roles on Roswell & Bones and how he broke into acting!
Emily Deschanel talks Bones, if anything about her character still surprises her and of course, I asked her advice to actors.
Keaton gives a magnetic, wonderfully charismatic performance, and perhaps that’s part of the problem
“I hear actors pooh-pooh the idea… people might see them as a certain thing. I welcome it” – Frank Grillo on Typecasting
“Everyone gets typecast a little bit for sure” – Kim Coates
“I’ve been acting since I was twelve, and it’s thrilling to feel old bones stretch.” – Michelle Williams on ‘Blackbird’
“It’s the most I’ve ever prepped for a six-minute section in a movie.” – Channing Tatum
“I have friends who’ve been out there for a year and have only had six auditions. I had 59 different projects that I had went out for” – Shalita Grant on her first year in LA
“This is a chance to play a character that’s a little closer to who I am in real life and be a real person” – Will Forte
Wilson talks about Backstrom, playing a new character and the difference in preparing as a lead in a 60-minute procedural versus a 30-minute sitcom.
“Making ‘Shevenge’ was amazing… amazingly hard. I wanted to make a film supporting not only women but also women in film!,” Megan said.
Interview: Ariana Bernstein on Writing, Producing and Starring in Her Film Debut, ‘Delusions of Guinevere’
It’s always tough making your way in this business but actors who take their careers…