Actors on Acting
Borle admits that he is aware that Smash is a bit unrealistic, and actually counts himself among the critics of the show
Elisabeth Moss on the New Season of ‘Mad Men’: “It’s pretty clear she’s on her way to being Don Draper”
Moss said, “It’s pretty clear she’s on her way to being Don Draper.”
John Cusack on Becoming Edgar Allan Poe: “You have to see yourself in these great people if they represent the shadow part of you”
Not only does John Cusack have the pressure of playing the famous writer in the upcoming mystery film The Raven, but he had to deal with the difficultly of coping with Poe’s notoriously turbulent mental state.
Actor Alan Cumming has seen an increase in the amount of screen time he gets as lawyer Eli Gold in CBS’ Sunday night drama The Good Wife.
While John Carter may have performed well below Disney’s expectations during its opening weekend, many fans of the Edgar Rice Burroughs book series singled out Taylor Kitsch for praise for his portrayal of the titular Martian adventurer.
Now that There Will Be Blood and My Little Sunshine star Paul Dano has appeared in perhaps his most significant role so far in Being Flynn, the adaptation of Nick Flynn’s memoir.
Justin Theroux is an accomplished film, television and stage actor who gained industry notice with his unforgettable performance as director Adam Kesher, opposite Naomi Watts and Laura Harring, in David Lynch’s Mulholland Dr.
Now that the screen version of the blockbuster musical Les Miserables has finally finished the casting process, actress Amanda Seyfried is psyched to talk about her new role.
Academy Award® winner Reese Witherspoon has created the kind of unforgettable characters that connect with critics and audiences alike, making her one of Hollywood’s most sought after actresses.
Fans of NBC’s Thursday night comedies are used to seeing Rashida Jones’ name in the credits of Parks & Recreation and The Office, but until recently, the actress had never been associated with writing scripts.
Don’t worry — Chris Rock is still funny. Sundance film 2 Days in New York — a sequel to actor/writer/director Julie Delpy’s 2 Days in Paris — finds Rock’s character dating Delpy’s character and surrounded by the insanity that often comes with family.
As she details in her new memoir, GrowGirl: How My Life After The Blair Witch Project Went to Pot, Donahue had greener pastures on her mind when she steered away from what could have been a successful Hollywood career.
For the unknown, Stevens’ alter ego is an attractive lawyer who ends up the designated heir of the late Hugh Bonneville’s country estate.
Count previous Oscar nominee James Franco as one of the many voices calling for the Oscars to recognize co-star Andy Serkis’ spellbinding performance as Caesar in Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
Hugh Jackman Talks ‘Les Miserables’: “I auditioned. I went hard for the part. I wasn’t sitting back waiting for this one”
It is impossible to not detect Jackman’s enthusiasm for the role in which he reveals how badly he wanted to portray Valjean in the film
He shares some of the stories he talks about in his show, upcoming films Les Miz and Wolverine and growing up in Australia.
“If directors don’t want to rehearse, you as an actor go home, you do your homework, you do your own rehearsal and you figure it out, it’s fine. I’m used to doing that.”
Tilda Swinton on ‘We Need to Talk About Kevin’ and Choosing Parts: “I don’t choose roles, I choose people”
Swinton talks about a number of topics, including her peculiar way of picking projects.
Rachel Griffiths on ‘Other Desert Cities’ and Her Time in ‘A Doll’s House’: “It was the worst experience of my life”
Rachel Griffiths might be making her Broadway debut in Other Desert Cities, but she has a long history of appearing on both television (Six Feet Under, Brothers & Sisters) and on the stage in her native Australia.