“I knew I loved action movies and I knew I’d always question the authenticity of me playing a character if I hadn’t actually tried to see if I could do it.” – Josh Kelly on Why He Joined the Army
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Adam Driver continues to make a splash on Girls with his character Adam Sackler, the…
News of Annable’s recasting was in new announcements that the series had been picked up, making it a very, very public firing.
“I always say to actors, if you don’t get something, there’s a reason. It’s okay. It sucks in the moment. But it’ll all work out man.” – Michael Kelly
“I never figure anything out. I do my job. That’s my goal, to be as economical as possible.” – Adam Driver
Pena and Shannon are the ones who always jolt up every scene. Unfortunately, there’s not enough of them to make and entertaining evening.
Sam Rockwell on Playing His ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ Character: “It’s all in the details”
Rockwell talks about getting into character for his role as an incompetent, small-town cop.
Greenberg chats about the show, actors and San Diego audiences.
Bautista spoke about why he took the role even though he didn’t initially like the script and what he brought to the character.
The fights between Kong and the lizard-like creatures are every kids dream.
The GI Film Festival is back for its second year with even more film screenings, panel discussions, a family movie night and an awards ceremony.
“This show has become a very humbling project about honoring veterans and their families,” Taurel writes.
“Self-expression is just as powerful a tool as having a rifle on your shoulder” – Adam Driver
Captain America: Civil War is not only a great superhero movie, it’s arguably one of the best ever
Van Winkle and Neitling were at WonderCon to talk about the upcoming season, relating to their characters and how they get prepared for a day on-set.
The film is anything but subtle. There’s no sugar-coating here and perhaps that’s a good thing.
San Diego’s GI Film Festival, the first film festival to focus solely on the military, is in full swing with events happening in Coronado, Mission Valley and even the U.S.S. Midway.
“I find it more challenging when I’m asked to play characters that aren’t so interesting, which I usually refuse” – William Hurt
Unnecessary Farce, North Coast Repertory Theatre’s latest offering, definitely lives up to the ‘Farce’ part…
Interview: ‘Helix’ Star Neil Napier Talks Backstory, His Audition for the Show and What Sports Taught Him About Acting
“It’s very much like team sports. I did all my preparation and practice, I know all the plays, I know how the game works and I don’t have time to think. I only have time to react.” – Neil Napier