“The better you researched it – the better you are into the character before you land on the set, the easier it’s going to be. ” – Eddie Izzard on Preparing for a Role
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Penn posted, “Found a bunch of my old scripts from some of my first years trying to be an actor.” Here are some scripts included projects that called for:
Sam Trammell on His New Film, ‘All Mistakes Buried’, Co-Writing the Script and the Challenges of Playing an Addict
“You feel total ownership over the character. There’s nobody that knows the character in any way better than you do.” – Sam Trammell on acting and writing
The tableread app has a scene looping function so that actors can select targeted scenes to rehearse or only the scenes that they feature in.
“Surprise is not so important to me, though. Yes, I have to work that into Ryan, but as an actor, I don’t need that” – Kevin Bacon on ‘The Following’
“I never knew what I was going to be doing each day” – Christian Bale on working with Terrence Malick in ‘Knights of Cups’
This week acting legend Michael Caine appears in his sixth film directed by Christopher Nolan,…
Now that actor Max Greenfield is in his fourth season of New Girl on FOX,…
Cristin Milioti might be the envy of every young actress in the entertainment industry right…
It’s hard to imagine John Goodman having a better year after doing stellar work in…
‘Full Circle’ Star Kate Walsh Stresses the Importance of a Good Script: “You can’t act your way out of kind of bad writing”
Kate talks ‘Private Practice’, ‘Full Circle’ and Her Life as an Actor
Michelle Rodriguez: “It’s hard for a woman in this business. I always have to redevelop the script for my character to be involved. It sucks!”
Michelle Rodriguez has no problem speaking out about the lack of good roles for women in Hollywood.
It seems like Greta Gerwig has been promoting Frances Ha forever — it premiered back in September 2012 at the Telluride Film Festival and finally is being released to theaters later this month — but everywhere Gerwig and co-writer/director Noah Baumbach have gone with the film they’ve been welcomed with rave reviews.
Dax Shepard on ‘Hit and Run’, working with his fiancee’ Kristen Bell and how writing the script made his “acting job a lot easier”
Getting to make a movie centered around cars was a dream come true for Dax Shepard, star of the new film Hit and Run.
Interview: Sons of Anarchy’s Theo Rossi, Ryan Hurst & Kim Coates: “Every script this season reads like a finale” (video)
What’s coming up for the guys in Season 5? Check out this interview!
Rashida Jones on ‘Celeste and Jesse Forever’ and Reading Bad Scripts: “Sometimes you wonder if anybody ever read it out loud”
Parks and Recreation star Rashida Jones is talking to just about everyone about her new film, Celeste and Jesse Forever. Of course, one of the main reasons why Jones is so excited about this film is that it is the first movie she has co-written the script for (with her co-star Will McCormack).
Rashida Jones on Writing Her First Script and Getting to the Serious Side of Andy Samberg in ‘Celeste and Jesse Forever’
It’s becoming increasingly common for actors to write their own film scripts, particularly for smaller, independent projects that actors do in between the big-budget studio films. Add Rashinda Jones to the list, as the former The Office star co-wrote Celeste and Jesse Forever with fellow actor Will McCormack, and the pair also star in the film alongside Andy Samberg. Jones spoke to the Huffington Post about writing the film, the challenges associated with performing a character after creating her, and whether funnyman Samberg was able to handle the film’s serious elements.
Matthew McConaughey on ‘Killer Joe’: “I remember throwing the script in the trash and saying I don’t want to be any part of that world”
Those that know me well know that my all-time most hated movie is The Wedding Planner. I was stuck seeing that movie on two separate dates before I learned it’s perfectly acceptable to tell a girl “no, I’d prefer not to see a Jennifer Lopez movie.” As much as I dislike the movie, I hold no ire toward Lopez’s co-star Matthew McConaughey, although I never thought much of him as an actor because of his tendency to star in romantic comedies and awful action movies (though he is awesome in Dazed & Confused, one of my favorite films).
Giancarlo Esposito on His ‘Breaking Bad’ Emmy Nomination: “When I first read the script I had no agent at the time”
Giancarlo Esposito is finally getting the credit he deserves after his incredible performance as drug kingpin Gustavo Fring on Breaking Bad. The actor has been nominated for an Emmy for his role.
Rosemarie Dewitt has had her share of playing the more normal sister—with Anne Hathaway in Rachel Getting Married and Toni Collette in The United States of Tara but in the new indie, Your Sister’s Sister, she finally gets the chance to play the screwed up sibling.