Graham speaks about returning to the role that brought her fame nearly ten years after the series ended.
Teller and Eckhart speak about preparing to portray a boxer and his trainer in this inspirational comeback story.
Quaid speaks about his career at length and his most memorable roles.
Ritter speaks about her relationship with Ballentine, how her support helped her survive in LA and how it has made her a better actress.
Streep, Grant, and Helberg speak about working on the film and finding their characters, all of whom were based on real-life individuals.
The pair spoke about the challenges of working on a musical and working with Chazelle on his dream project.
"And so many actors get preoccupied with what they think the filmmaker is looking for. And, frankly, what we're looking for is them." - Casting Director David Rubin
Here's Neve Campbell's screen test from one of her most famous roles.
Yesterday, seventeen years ago, the short-lived but acclaimed television series Freaks and Geeks aired its first of only 18 episodes
In this audition clip, an extremely young-looking Hamill is a little soft-spoken as he auditions opposite Harrison Ford.
Lilly's confidence in her performance is a clear highlight here, and the performance by the relatively unknown actress won over producers
Rami Malek discusses landing the role and how the success of 'Mr. Robot' has changed the way he acts and his career.
Check out Beyonce's audition and screen test for 'Dreamgirls'.
Hiddleston chats about the finer points of playing Jonathan Pine, a former British soldier.
The twenty-six year-old Pitt gave an interview dressed like the brand-new decade of the 1990s threw up all over him.
Check out Key's points on why it's so important for improv actors to have each others' backs in the clip above.
Balfe talks about the challenges of starring 'Outlander' and what she enjoys about starring in it.
The actors talk about career mistakes, the lines that they won’t cross and the parts they’d love to land
Kirsten Dunst, Julianna Margulies, Sarah Paulson, Regina King and Constance Zimmer chat about careers, working in TV, their characters and more.
"My advice to anybody who wants to do whatever it is with their life is don't ever let your dreams die because that's what keeps an artist alive" - Billy Bob Thorton