Greenberg chats about the show, actors and San Diego audiences.
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“If directors don’t want to rehearse, you as an actor go home, you do your homework, you do your own rehearsal and you figure it out, it’s fine. I’m used to doing that.”
Carnage comes out on December 16th and Sony has just released the poster for the Roman Polanski directed film.
In Theaters: December 16, 2011
Director Andrews has made an impressive film debut with this taught, crisp work.
Directed with confidence by Washington, FENCES is a pure joy to watch with two dynamite actors in the prime of their careers.
Both Hopkins and McKellen are putting on a master class and it’s not to be missed.
In the past few years it seems like a Hollywood star opens a play on Broadway on almost a monthly basis. While this is a huge boost for Broadway and New York City – think of how many people traveled to Manhattan just to see Tom Hanks on stage in the last few weeks – the trend of “star casting” is controversial among Broadway regulars, many of whom see it as outsider stars jacking up ticket prices and “taking away” roles from legitimate Broadway actors for huge paychecks.
Though John C. Reilly is probably best known for his comedy movies alongside Will Ferrell, he has received much of his acclaim (and an Oscar nomination) for his hard-hitting dramas like We Need to Talk about Kevin and Carnage.
Marcia Gay Harden on Her New Film, ‘Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You’ and Wanting to Return to Theater
Oscar-winner Marcia Gay Harden still seeks out acting experiences she can learn from, taking on a role in Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You in order to work with director Roberto Faenza.
Ralph Fiennes recently completed his portrayal of the evil Lord Voldemort in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, the finale of the blockbuster film franchise. Fiennes had also played Voldemort in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1.
Richard Fleeshman and Caissie Levy, the leads in Broadway’s newest show, Ghost the Musical, sang ‘Here Right Now.’
There were some good moments – George Clooney’s acceptance speech was a highlight as was Morgan Freeman’s award for lifetime achievement.
Christoph Waltz on Choosing Roles: “Usually you take a step in the right direction… but you can’t win them all”
Waltz talks about his role in the film and how he prepared for it but what he has taken from his current success.
Check them out and let me know if you agree, disagree or want to throw rotten fruit at me because I’m so damn wrong.
John C. Reilly: “I try to just be really committed to what I’m doing. If I’m committed to something really stupid, then I’m in a comedy”
Reilly says that even though it’s a little uncomfortable to get acclimated with a dramatic director and cast, his commitment to his roles never wavers.
John C. Reilly on How to Impress Your Co-Stars: “Just pretend like you belong there and maybe you’ll rise to the occasion”
A friend of mine in acting school said, ‘Fake it ’til you make it.'” He adds a summary of that good advice: “Just pretend like you belong there and maybe you’ll rise to the occasion.”
Looks like Ghost The Musical will be another addition to the upcoming Broadway season.
DANIEL RADCLIFFE has starred in the title role in all of the blockbuster films based…
Jeff Daniels was nominated for a Tony Award for Leading Acting in a Play (God…