Steve Coogan chats about not only about the makeup but also the other aspects that went into getting into character for Stan & Ollie.
Actor Bradley Cooper chats about about developing the voice of his character, Jackson Maine
Regina King on her early days as an actress and what she went through in her career before Boyz n the Hood.
Patrick Wilson speaks about portraying the DC Comics super-villain and how he embraced the character’s motives and personality.
When Lucas Hedges has to cry on cue for a scene, it’s something he stresses about, but it’s something he’s developed a technique for in his films.
Benedict Cumberbatch speaks about the glee of playing a villain and the fun of unleashing his imagination in the world of Dr. Seuss.
Emily Blunt on the most daunting aspect of the role, director Rob Marshall, and singing songs from the original film.
Director Joel Edgerton initially thought he didn’t need to give Kidman direction, and why she told him that he should.
Malek spoke how playing Mercury “terrified” him at first but later gave him the courage to stand up for his fellow cast members in a difficult situation.
Yeun explains why Burning was unlike anything else he has ever done in his career and why his lengthy stint on The Walking Dead was not as fulfilling as he hoped it would be.
Ahmed admits that he wanted to be in the Star Wars spinoff movie so badly that he went extreme to convince the director that he was right for the part.
Edgerton spoke about working with Hedges on the film and explained how his own experience as an actor helps inform how he works with actors.
Key speaks about growing as an actor, how comedy was a “detour” and working without Jordan Peele.
Dinklage speaks about playing Villechaize and how the industry has changed for dwarf actors since his 1993 death.
“I feel for the first time some measure of confidence in my performances that I didn’t when I was younger” – John Cho
Ben Kingsley on Playing a Nazi War Criminal in ‘Operation Finale’ and How He Leaves His Character On-Set
“He never got close to me, he never got near me, he never infected me.” – Sir Ben Kingsley on Playing the Evil Adolf Eichmann
Hardy speaks about what excites him about playing the character(s) and what he has channeled for the voices for each character.
“If it weren’t for those experiences that I had from football, before acting, I don’t know if I’d be able to relate, in the same way.” – John David Washington
“This was the closest that I’ve ever felt to being depressed and going home a little sad” – Topher Grace on Playing David Duke
McCarthy reveals that acting opposite talented puppeteers was a lot easier than she expected.