James Marsden talks about his performance in Dead to Me and what it’s like to be playing two brothers on the same television series.
Browsing: Actors on Acting
Jennifer Connelly, asked to reflect on what she learns from her characters, explains that she learns about the perspectives of other people
Anthony Mackie reveals that he studied the flying habits of birds to determine how The Falcon would land after flying.
Giancarlo Espostio talks about how actors measure their worth as performers and about his working relationship with Jonathan Banks.
The Good Fight’s Christine Baranski spoke in detail about finding the right “voice” for her character — quite literally, in this sense.
Betty Gilpin talks about the challenges she has faced in her role on GLOW and why she doesn’t think of nude scenes as a big deal.
Henry Cavill reveals how he first met Patrick Stewart on a disastrous audition that nonetheless inspired him.
Jason Bateman spoke about how he relays on his acting “muscle” when directing and how he often “represents the audience” in his roles.
Though the conversation mainly focuses on Andrew Garfield’s role in Breathe, he also spoke about his other roles and experiences as an actor.
Giancarlo Esposito on how he felt about acting in a motion capture suit for the video game, Far Cry 6, and his thoughts on portraying villains.
Edward Norton speaks in depth about his career in depth and why he is so dedicated to his craft.
Debra Messing reflects on the revival of Will & Grace and the impact that series had on her career as an actress.
Tom Hanks talks about playing authoritative figures, his roles and how he manages to come off so comfortably with everyone.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt describes 7500 as the “most challenging acting job” he’s ever done based on Vollrath’s directing style.
Kumail Nanjiani reveals why he refused to allow an accent be a subject of jokes in his projects and why turned down an opportunity for a film because of it.
Shailene Woodley explains that her decisions on taking on a project ultimately come down to her gut feeling on a script.
Anthony Hopkins speaks about how he learns his lines — and why he finds it easy to create a scary performance.
Elle Fanning speaks about Hulu’s The Great miniseries’ use of colorblind casting and goes into detail about how she gets into character.
Though it primarily focuses on Elisabeth Moss’ role in ‘Shirley’, it also delves into her recent successes and what challenges she wants to overcome.
Kathryn Hahn on being able to inhabit a character on TV and why she feels “weirdly lucky” that she’s been cast in projects of a wide range of genres.