Willem Dafoe spoke about portraying real-life figures in many of his films and how Wes Anderson could probably convince him to play just about any role.
Newcomer Sidney Flanigan opened up about making her acting debut in the film, Never Rarely Sometimes Always, with such an emotionally intense role.
Jesse Eisenberg spoke about the difficulties of portraying Marcel Marceau in Resistance, a person best known for his skills as a mime.
The Invisible Man’s Elisabeth Moss on Acting Opposite an Unseen Villain and What She’s Learned From Her TV Success
Though Elisabeth Moss acted opposite an invisible antagonist, she points out that it was not uniquely challenging because all acting requires imagination.
Guy Pearce on the importance of finding a character’s depth when considering how to perform as the character.
Eddie Murphy recalls how his audition went for Saturday Night Live — which, incidentally, was the only audition in his entire career.
‘Bombshell’ Star Charlize Theron on How She Portrayed Megyn Kelly and Why She “Can’t Do the Method Thing”
Charlize Theron spoke about how she portrayed Megyn Kelly in Bombshell and why she doesn’t consider herself a Method actress.
Saoirse Ronan on how her comfort level with acting has changed over the years and why she thinks of her performances in a similar way to approaching music
Christian Bale says that he knows that while he didn’t necessarily act like Miles might’ve in certain situations, he felt it fit the character.
In order to research the way Mr. Rogers presented himself, Tom Hanks watched copious hours of his television show.
Kerry Washington spoke about the Netflix adaptation and how the role on stage helped her “shake off” her seven-year run on Scandal.
When it comes to acting, Nicolas Cage suggests that if you’re going to borrow, you might as well borrow from the best.
Rainn Wilson spoke about how Galaxy Quest affected his career and how, in some ways, he still has to work to get cast.
Bryan Cranston spoke about his return to Walter White, his signature character, and how he got back into the role for El Camino.
Robert Pattinson speaks about why he is returning to high-profile, big-budget films and what it was like to put on the Batsuit for the first time.
Joaquin Phoenix spoke about portraying the iconic supervillain and working with co-star Robert De Niro.
Aaron Paul talks about returning to Jesse and why he’s back after initially feeling comfortable with saying goodbye to the character.
Joaquin Phoenix spoke about the difficulty of finding Joker and how that led him to a surprising conclusion about what motivates the character.
Antonio Banderas talks about his career choices and why he hasn’t always been after box office success.
Michelle Williams on Portraying Real-life Figures: “It’s a little like trying to tap into somebody’s spirit”
To help her get into character in Fosse/Verdon, Michelle Williams observed as much archive material of Gwen Verdon as possible.