George Clooney points out that as an actor nearing sixty, he is now gearing toward a different caliber of roles.
Actors on Acting
Carey Mulligan explains how she feels about playing such an ambitious, and in some instances dark, character in Promising Young Woman.
Lupita Nyong’o chats to SAG about her work on Serengeti, 12 Years a Slave as well as her other acclaimed roles.
Sarah Paulson made her first major appearance on TV in Law & Order, but reflecting on that audition she reveals that she nearly blew it.
Laura Linney on how she overcame concerns about on-camera acting and taking on roles without knowing the direction the character will take.
Kate Winslet details what went into her portrayal of Mary Anning in ‘Ammonite’ and reveals what scared her about the role.
Josh Gad discusses voicing the world’s most famous snowman and his other major roles, including his current HBO series, Avenue 5.
Emma Corrin on what inspired her to get into acting and how she created her version of Princess Diana, including her “Diana playlist.”
Edgar Ramirez, who starred in the HBO miniseries The Undoing, referenced how his background in media and journalism.
Noma Dumezweni talked about The Undoing and concerns that her years on the stage might affect her ability to act on television.
Sarah Paulson’s characters have undergone serious trauma and she’s also gone through that herself since she doesn’t know how to “fake it.”
Emma Corrin speaks about her education as an actress and how it felt acting opposite so many major stars in the Netflix series, The Crown.
Nicole Kidman reflects on her career and speaks about how she took it into her own hands when she faced roadblocks.
Gillian Anderson started filming when she was 24 years old, four years younger than the character). So how did she land the role?
Charlie Hunnam also talks about about his desire to take a greater role in the storytelling process and writing his own miniseries.
Hilary Swank describes what she enjoyed most about working on Netflix’s Away and why she prefers to portray flawed characters.
Julia Garner reveals why preparation is so important to her and how she uses body language in her portrayal of Ruth.
Millie Bobby Brown points out that the restrictive women’s fashion of the 19th century made fight scenes challenging in Enola Holmes.
Mark Ruffalo also reflects on his experience at the Stella Adler Conservatory and how it prepared him for his blockbuster career.
Kevin Bacon Reflects on His Career: “I became an actor because I wanted to explore all sides of the human condition”
Kevin Bacon reveals says that after a few poor decisions early in his career, he’s happy with the roles he gets offered now.