Christian Bale talks about how he gets his American accent, if liking his co-star helps him turn in a better performance and how he got the part.
Browsing: Actors on Acting
It’s been a whirlwind 24 hours for Mark Ruffalo after being nominated for his first Oscar as Best Supporting Actor in The Kids Are All Right.
Ed Helms has been one of the top go-to supporting actors for the past couple years now. After delivering hilarious performances in The Hangover, The Goods and TV’s The Office, someone wisely decided to give him his first lead role in a film.
15 Backstage Speeches from Golden Globe Winners: Al Pacino, Colin Firth, Natalie Portman, Chris Colfer and More!
Here are 15 award winners talking about their win, their roles, acting and more!
Paul Giamatti on Being a Supporting Actor: “Lots of times, it’s more interesting than the lead roles I get offered”
On supporting roles: “I have no idea how I’ve pulled it off” – Paul Giamatti
“You get to do crazy s—t in your life that you’d never get to do. I just spent a day with Ed Harris and he had a giant metal contraption in his hotel room. He’s learning how to tightrope walk.”
What does James Roday do when his hit USA show, Psych, is on hiatus? He acts, writes and directs for his theater company, Red Dog Squadron.
“I love Jane, honestly I do,” he said. “I’m dying to star in one of Christopher Guest’s movies alongside her, but I don’t think she should have gotten the Emmy for that part. (Sue Sylvester) is just a one-note character.”
Scott Bakula, plays Terry, the often out-of-work actor in Men of a Certain Age. Here he talks about his character on the show and being an actor.
Actors Roundtable with James Franco, Ryan Gosling, Colin Firth, Mark Ruffalo, Jesse Eisenberg and Robert Duvall
James Franco, Ryan Gosling, Colin Firth, Mark Ruffalo, Jesse Eisenberg and Robert Duvall talk about their careers, how they got stared in acting and so many more things.
Mark Wahlberg talked with The Hollywood Reporter about the making of “The Fighter,” his 10 hours a day of training and his friendship with his real-life counterpart, boxer Mickey Ward.
James Earl Jones is 79 (79!) and playing ‘Hoke’ in the revival of Driving Miss Daisy with Vanessa Redgrave.
Denis O’Hare: “I’m an actor and New Yorker, trust me I’ve definitely dealt with my fair share of anxiety”
Denis O’Hare talks about the show, working with Brendan Fraser and True Blood.
“Everything you need to know as far as preparation, whether you’re doing Shakespeare or a contemporary piece, should all be right here [he’s holding a copy of the play].
Patti LuPone sat down and talked with Playbill about her new musical, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown. She talked about opening a new musical on Broadway and how musicals require stamina.
“I’ve never yet been typecast. I get to play all sorts of things.” – Patrick Wilson
Harrison Ford talks about the film, working with Rachel McAdams and why he can’t pick a favorite role.
Mary Lynn Rasjkub who played ‘Chloe’ on 24, participated in a fan event for the now canceled show recently. Here are some of the highlights as she reminisced on her time at CTU.
Jessica Alba, the star of Fantastic Four, The Love Guru and Honey told Elle Magazine that, “Good actors, never use the script unless it’s amazing writing. All the good actors I’ve worked with, they all say whatever they want to say.”
Molly Shannon took over the role of Marge MacDougall in Promises, Promises from Katie Finneran (who won the Tony for her work), earlier this month. It’s her first time in a Broadway show , which she describes as a “marathon.”