According to a recent interview with Larry Crowne co-star Bryan Cranston, the actor wore “slightly less clothes” than one disgraced politician during filming for a sex scene with Julia Roberts, who plays his professor wife in the upcoming movie.
Featurettes are usually kinda lame fluff but I loved this one. Why? Because it has Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson in a portion of their original screen test!
Jennifer Love Hewitt might want to consider changing her middle name, as a Rotten Tomatoes analysis reveals the Garfield and I Know What You Did Last Summer actress as the worst-reviewed leading lady of the last quarter-century.
For nearly a decade Emmy winner Ellen Barkin was too afraid to audition: “The critics completely crushed me”
“At 15, you’re young. You’re not formed. You’re only just finding out who you are barely.”
Academy Award nominee Jennifer Lawrence had doubts about being an actor: “I wondered if this was some sort of fluke and that tomorrow I’d fail.”
“Before they start the movie I’m sitting there terrified. I always pray that I’ll think that I’m good, or think that I’m pretty or that the movie’s great even if it isn’t.”
Transformers: Dark of the Moon star Josh Duhamel will be returning to his roots, albeit briefly, on an upcoming episode of ABC soap opera All My Children. The 39-year-old will reprise his role as con artist Leo du Pres on the show, which gave him his first shot high-profile acting gig in 1999.
“I auditioned a lot and got told no a lot,” recalled Collins, who first notable role was as a recurring character on The CW’s 90210 in 2009. “It made that one time I was told yes the first time that much better. I had learned a lot and I had grown.”
“X-Men: First Class” Michael Fassbender on his time as a “mutant” and why he remains a loyal Londoner
“There’s nothing against Hollywood or Los Angeles but for me I just don’t find that I feel very creative there or get inspired.”
Jennifer Lawrence talks “X-Men: First Class”: “I still do the movies for the same reasons. I still love the script, I love the director, I love the character”
Jennifer Lawrence on making films: “It’s kind of like camping versus going to a resort. They’re both fun, they’re just different kinds of fun.”
James McAvoy on British films: “We dumb our movies down because we want Americans to understand them”
“Why would we want this? Why do we like this? We don’t’.” He adds, “It’s like we’re patronizing them and short changing ourselves.”
“But these films — especially the first one — are such a huge part of our lives.”
As acting legend Christopher Plummer tells it, love for his work is what’s keeping him alive.
When, towards the end of the article, he was asked if he had any projects coming up, Reynolds said, “I don’t really know what I’m going to do next. I’ll meet with some directors via Skype.”
“It’s a great challenge. But for me as an actor, I look at it this way—there were some roles that were written for white people that I got,” Jeong explained.
With several film’s about to be released, Michael Sheen discusses his career: “I enjoy metamorphosis and not being obvious. That’s allowed me more variety”
“I think people are unsure how to cast me because I haven’t branded myself.”
Cannes was quite a trip this year, and people are already talking Oscars (only 9 months away). One film that’s been turning heads is Liza Johnson’s “Return.”
“You get the best lines. And when people recognize me on the street, they tend to keep their distance.”
Jennifer Lawrence opens up about her fear of taking on “The Hunger Games”: “I knew that as soon as I said yes, my life would change”
“I walked around an entire day thinking ‘It’s not too late, I could still go back and do indies, I haven’t said yes yet, it’s not too late.’”
“Bridesmaids” Chris O’Dowd on his new found fans: “It was a very strange sensation to hear myself being, ‘awed.’ It’s very odd”
“I’m overjoyed that it’s doing so well, it’s a hell of a ride!”
Brad Pitt discusses Cannes Palme d’Or Winner, “The Tree of Life” and the reason he walked away from commercial films
“About 10 years ago, I started thinking about my favorite films, and they weren’t the big commercial things.”