“I’ve never lost that childish joy and excitement that I had in the beginning of my career. I think that’s one of the only ways you can survive in this industry” – Brittany Curran
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“It takes a brave person to do that and to get up every day and still give it your best shot rather than just cowering with fear.” – Britt Robertson
“I wanted that challenge of playing a character who really felt like a character” – Kate Winslet on Triple 9
“I saw that I was being stereotyped. I saw that a lot of us were being stereotyped. I didn’t want to be part of that” – Regina King
Kit Harington: “You got into this job to play roles and depict characters, celebrity is an unfortunate side effect”
“I kind of weirdly fell into being an action hero…I have no f— idea how that happened. You have to remind people that you want to act rather than just run around” – Kit Harington
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3aAb7_4MPM Though moviegoers can see Daniel Radcliffe in the fantasy film Horns, which opens today,…
In recent roles in movies like Her and Under the Skin, Scarlett Johansson has made…
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The two talk about the craft of acting, booking roles and more!
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Interview: Brit Marling and Director Zal Batmanglij Talk ‘The East’, Their Writing Process and Acting Notebooks
Brit on acting notebooks: “They can kind of become a crutch”
Watch Elisabeth Moss, Kate Mara, Kerry Washington, Connie Britton, Anna Gunn and Monica Potter in THR’s Dramatic Actress Emmy Roundtable
The Hollywood Reporter’s annual Emmy Roundtable’s are always a good way to spend an hour of your time.
Watch Brit Marling Give Georgetown’s 2013 Senior Class Speech: “The truth is you can’t do it alone, and it isn’t as much fun”
Brit Marling went back to her alma mater, Georgetown University, to give the Class of 2013 their Senior Convocation speech last week.
Connie Britton: “Sometimes my favorite directors are the ones I literally want to punch in the nose”
Connie Britton worried that there would be no coming back from playing Tami Taylor. After her name became attached to her beloved character on Friday Night Lights, Britton knew it would take something a little daring to avoid being typecast forever.
Sex and the City’s Cynthia Nixon has taken on a whole new world in the upcoming ReelzChannel’s mini-series that has been adapted from the works of author Ken Follett. Entitled World Without End, Nixon has traded in her glamorous life with Carrie Bradshaw and the girls for a more devilish role. In the $46 million dollar production Nixon plays Petranilla, a killer and master manipulator living in the 14th century in the midst of the Hundred Years’ War with Black Death looming in the air.
Connie Britton on her ‘Nashville’ role: It’s “hugely challenging, but that’s kinda why I wanted to do this role”
It might seem hard to imagine Connie Britton topping her last two TV performances as Tami Taylor on Friday Night Lights and Vivian Harmon on American Horror Story. But the actress has found another show stopping role on the new ABC drama Nashville.
Connie Britton notably starred in Peter Berg’s hit movie Friday Night Lights, opposite Billy Bob Thornton, and then became the only cast member to reprise her role in the beloved television program of the same name, opposite Kyle Chandler. She received two Emmy Award and Television Critics Association Award nominations for her work in the series. The show and its creators received several awards over the course of the series’ five-year run, including the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award for broadcasting excellence. Ms. Britton’s performance also earned her a Women’s Image Network (WIN) Award nomination.
In Theaters & VOD: September 14th
Sutton Foster on ‘Bunheads’ and Fame: ”When I decided to be an actor, I never thought about celebrity”
Despite winning two Tonys, Sutton Foster was ready for something different. She said that starring in the hit production of Anything Goes was wearing her out. “I did 300 performances,” she said. “Doing the same thing every night. I had to overcome a lot personally and professionally. I needed something new. I was thinking maybe I should take a year off and move to San Diego and work in a taco shack.”
Twilight star Robert Pattinson might make a convincing vampire, but he needs some help sounding British—even though he’s from the United Kingdom.