“It’s just that it’s a grind. To try for that to be your primary career, especially for women, it’s a bit of a grind.” – Rashida Jones on Acting
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The writer/director Benjamin Dickinson and his actors will potentially face legal ramifications for killing two deer during the shoot in upstate New York, which appears in the film
“There are a million colors in this complicated performance. We award this honor for bravery and fragility, and for showing tremendous range and strength throughout”
Terrence McNally has had one heck of a life and director Jeff Kaufman manages to showcase that in his wonderful documentary, Every Act of Life.
“I learned to read character—how people tick, and I got firsthand experience of the anxiety and fear that actors deal with.” – Jon Favreau on Taking Improv Classes
Wilde speaks about starring such a dramatically-intense film, how she has built her career, and the “worst pep talk” she ever got from her agent.
“If you can’t get an actor to accept that small role, they’re not right for that role. Don’t change your story to try to beg actors to be a part of it” – Olivia Wilde
Stanley Tucci on His Varied Roles: “I think ultimately people still don’t quite know what to do with me”
Some Velvet Morning isn’t a movie for everyone, but anyone who is a fan of…
With all the discussion about Kickstarter and other methods of crowd-funding to get movies made,…
Greetings from Tim Buckley’s Penn Badgley on Not Impersonating Jeff Buckley’s Voice and Being “Done With” T.V.
Penn Badgley is more than ready to leave behind his days as a CW heartthrob on Gossip Girls. With his new role as legendary singer Jeff Buckley in Greetings from Tim Buckley, Badgley is already earning critics’ attention for his portrayal.
Clark Gregg on His Movie ‘Trust Me’: “Anyone who is in Hollywood long enough, you go through some… kind of feeling like that untouchable loser who can’t get a break”
Clark Gregg took time out from his schedule of appearing in all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies to film Trust Me, a movie he wrote, directed, and starred in about Howard, a luckless Hollywood agent for child actors who seems to finally have hit his stroke of luck with a young actress.
Will Forte is best known for his comedy skills, after spending eight years on Saturday Night Live.
It’s definitely an adjustment to go from shooting a huge blockbuster movie to an independent film. Just ask Clark Gregg who has appeared in films like Iron Man and The Avengers, and is now starring in the dark comedy, Trust Me.
So let me get this straight — Zac Efron, that guy who was in all those High School Musical movies and 17 Again, has spent the last several years starring in indie films? Okay, I actually knew that already, but it’s still pretty surprising considering he probably still had five or so years left of milking teen heartthrob movies but instead chose to do more under the radar projects like Liberal Arts, The Paperboy, and At Any Price.
Actor Douglas Taurel gives us his guide for surviving in the world of indie film!
Paul Dano is currently in the midst of a long period of wildly varied, challenging, intriguing work.
Ruby Sparks is the first screenplay written by Zoe Kazan. An acclaimed theater actress and 2005 graduate of Yale University, Zoe made her New York stage debut in 2006 in the Off-Broadway revival of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie opposite Cynthia Nixon.
Chris Messina can most recently be seen starring in Lee Kirk’s directorial debut, The Giant Mechanical Man, opposite Jenna Fischer, who also produced the film. He also co-wrote and starred in the upcoming Fairhaven, opposite Sarah Paulson. Both films premiered at the 2012 Tribeca Film Fesival to rave reviews.
Malin Akerman was named one of Variety’s “10 Actors to Watch” in 2007, and the Swedish-Canadian actress has since become known for her sharp comedic timing and cover-girl good looks, while also wowing audiences with her touching dramatic performances.
Alexander Skarsgard is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after actors in Hollywood. He began his acting career at the age of eight and worked steadily in films and on Swedish television.