We’d rehearsed and rehearsed, I had worked so hard to prepare my character, and of…
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In recent years Tom Hardy has had an eclectic career, starring in both huge blockbusters…
Jesse Eisenberg is one of those actors who actually admits to having stage fright. Luckily, his role in the new film, Now You See Me, helped him get over his fear.
British actor Lennie James could teach a master class on accents, after sounding like an authentic American in shows like Jericho and Hung.
I’ve always been impressed by Amy Adams because there aren’t many actresses who can star is cheery family films (Enchanted, The Muppets) and heavy dramas (Doubt, The Fighter) and be apt at both. For example, in September alone she stars in two very different films, the father-daughter comedy/drama Trouble with the Curve and the controversial drama The Master written and directed by visionary Paul Thomas Anderson.
It might surprise you that Keira Knightley, who just won the role of the female lead in Paramount’s new Jack Ryan film (opposite Chris Pine), used to suffer from anxiety while filming.
During opening night of the latest production of Annie at the Lyric Theatre in Sydney, the dog playing Annie’s loyal companion Sandy — Coogee, a one-year-old groodle — didn’t cooperate as planned.
Fright Night’s newest villain Colin Farrell, who plays the vampire next door in the 80’s…
Interview: Bella Dayne on Survival Jobs, Auditioning and Playing Helen of Troy in ‘Troy: Fall of a City”
“It’s out of my hands. There’s nothing I can do. I can just do my job as an actor.” – Bella Dayne on Auditions
“The character that I play, and the behavior that he exhibits, was kind of all that I was told.” – Sonny Valicenti on His Audition
Blue Light is the story of Mildred, a 1950’s housewife, who comes home to find people from the future talking to her through her television.
Hedges speaks about starring in the Oscar-winning film and his latest role in an Off Broadway play.
Jesse Eisenberg: “It’s much easier for me to play a character with some kind of eccentricity or strange behavior”
“In a part that’s so different to me, I can just lose myself in the character and I don’t feel any of my usual self-awareness” – Jesse Eisenberg
Lupita Nyong’o on Her Broadway Debut: “When we get up on that stage, you do not know what will happen”
“I think theater offers a chance to flex muscles that then only help to sustain cinematic work.” – Lupita Nyong’o
“I hope that I put something truthful out there, with sensitivity and openness. I feel emotions deeply.” – Jessie Mueller on Broadway’s ‘Waitress’
Jenny Jules on Her Broadway Debut in ‘The Crucible’, Working with the Cast and Keeping Her Voice in Shape
“The first preview for me is a really special performance because nobody else has seen it. And in comes the character that’s been missing from your production the whole time, which is the audience.” – Jenny Jules
Forest Whitaker on Making His Broadway Debut in ‘Hughie’: “His rhythms are starting to invade inside of me”
“I want to get better as an actor, to keep trying to work harder, trying to discover something different” – Forest Whitaker
‘Misery’ on Broadway: Check out our preview of the new play starring Bruce Willis and Laurie Metcalf!
Keira Knightley on Making Her Broadway Debut: “I think actually that’s why I enjoy theater: It doesn’t exist”
Keira Knightley on her Broadway debut, Therese Raquin: “I don’t know how to do it and there are so many problems with putting it on. But I was sort of up for the challenge”
Tom Hardy on Playing Twins in ‘Legend,’ Being Seen as a Tough Guy, and Working with Philip Seymour Hoffman
Hardy speaks about why he challenged himself to play twins, what he thinks of his tough guy image, and working with the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, who directed him on stage.