“There was a time when I was a job actor and I didn’t know what I wanted to learn from it – I just wanted to get paid.” – Idris Elba
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Chuck isn’t a sad take on a forgotten story. It’s about the insanity of the American dream
Goldie Hawn on Finding Success: “I believe you have to start with a craft; you don’t just start with a dream”
“Learn what it is to sweat. Learn what it is to fail. Learn how to take rejection. Don’t personalize it.” – Goldie Hawn
“It’s difficult to keep an audience engaged unless they see some vulnerability or some weakness.” – Guy Pearce
If you’re not where you want to be yet, it’s because your mind hasn’t reached that place.
Many actors can point to a single role that was a career breakthrough — but not all of them realize that it’s a breakthrough as it’s happening.
Frankel talks about developing the cast of the series and why authenticity was more important than a well-known actor
The goal is to be at the top of your game, but if you’ve given power to those off-handed remarks, how are you going to move forward in your life to achieve success?
The Creators of ‘Drunk History’: “You wouldn’t believe how much history has happened. I mean, it’s insane!”
“When we did it, it was just for a onetime thing at UCB in Los Angeles where I perform and I was showing it there.” Drunk History creator Derek Waters
Viggo Mortensen on Learning Another Language for Movies: “It will help [audiences] believe in the story if you do it correctly”
Viggo Mortensen is a master of languages — and we’re not just talking about Elvish…
While ticket sellers and ushers at the Brixton Ritzy in London have been striking every…
Liev Schrieber is enjoying life as an actor playing the lead on the Showtime series…
Julianne Nicholson Calls ‘August: Osage County’ Role a “Dream Come True”: “I still don’t really believe it, even though the proof is out there”
While Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts are getting most of the awards recognition for August:…
Liev Schreiber on Taking His Roles Home, Why He’s Cast as Menacing Characters and Working on ‘Ray Donovan’
Liev Schreiber is earning rave reviews for his portrayal of the title character in Showtime’s new drama, Ray Donovan. But the character’s darkness could start to wear on the actor if he doesn’t separate fact from fiction.
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Life of Pi’s Suraj Sharma on Acting with a Fake Tiger and Beating Out 3,000 Actors for His Part: “It’s very difficult to believe”
Some considered it a risky move for director Ang Lee to cast an unknown in his adaptation of the celebrated novel, Life of Pi but Suraj Sharma is already winning rave reviews as an Indian boy who is stranded on a lifeboat with a tiger for more than 200 days.
Hell on Wheels’ Colm Meaney on Playing Villains: “To make those extremes believable is an acting challenge”
Colm Meaney knew he wanted to be a part of AMC’s Hell on Wheels from the very beginning.
Broadway’s ‘Chaplin’, Rob McClure: “I really enjoy being onstage, and I believe audiences sense that, and it makes them comfortable”
It would have been easy for the producers behind Chaplin, a new Broadway musical based on the life of the famed early film icon, to find a Hollywood star to cast in the lead. But going that route would have made it unlikely to equal the performance of Rob McClure, who initially received rave reviews portraying the man behind the Little Tramp during the musical’s run at California’s La Jolla Playhouse.
Showtime has picked up two new series, Ray Donovan and Masters of Sex, that will start to air in 2013.
James Franco: “Don’t do a movie you wouldn’t see or don’t believe in, because movies can be hell to make”
James Franco is an interesting nut to crack. He’s alternately wonderful (127 Hours) and infuriating (his stint as Oscars host, Your Highness, allegedly not really earning all the college degrees he seems to get every other month) to observe, and it’s hard to decide whether I respect him as an artist or shrug off his efforts to become a pretentious renaissance man.