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Robert Redford Reveals His Secret for Surviving Doing Stunts and Constantly Being Drenched in ‘All Is Lost’: “It was tequila”
All Is Lost in not a movie that everyone is going to like. It is…
Christopher Meloni on Not Playing Lex Luthor in ‘Man of Steel’, Almost Shooting a Stuntman, and ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Sequel
So the rumors were not true: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and True Blood star Christopher Meloni did not play Lex Luthor in Man of Steel in what fans speculated to be a closely-guarded secret. Instead, Meloni played Colonel Nathan Hardy, one of the many American soldiers faced with dealing with a battle of super-beings.
Melissa Leo on the Real Reason She Gets Hired and the Difficulty of Watching Her Stunt Double on ‘Olympus Has Fallen’
Oscar winner Melissa Leo doesn’t mind being considered a character actress—in fact, she takes pride in knowing that her talent is what gets her cast.
Adrienne Warren, Starring in Broadway’s ‘Bring it On: The Musical’, on How She Was Cast and Those Crazy Cheerleading Stunts
Actress Adrienne Warren is currently starring in the Broadway musical Bring It On: The Musical, after getting her start in the touring production of Dreamgirls.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Talks About his Stunt Doubles on ‘Premium Rush’ and Getting Injured During the Shoot
While I like Joseph Gordon-Levitt and really like Michael Shannon and films set in New York City, I’m not sure how much I’m going to get into Premium Rush, a movie featuring Gordon-Levitt as a bike courier in New York. But I’m sure the film will be filled with a lot of great action sequences that we haven’t seen before since there aren’t many action bike movies, although I’d love to see a flying bike tackle take-down like on USA’s old Pacific Blue series.
Chris Evans might have built his career on comic book movies — both Fantastic Four movies, The Losers, Captain America: The First Avenger, and the soon-to-be blockbuster The Avengers — but Evans is more than just muscles.
Interview: ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ star LL Cool J on doing his own stunts and his ‘bromance’ with Chris O’Donnell
LL: “I try to do the majority of my stunts because I want people to know that I’m invested in the character”
My name is Gordon Welke and I am restarting my acting career this summer 2018.
“I feel incredibly lucky that I got the opportunity to make my mistakes, and learn vital lessons at drama school” – Naomie Harris
Interview: Richard Short on ‘Crazy Famous’, Broadway and Asking Himself, “What Would [Mark] Rylance Do?”
“Oh, they’re horrible. They’re horrible, and they’re fake and their not inductive to good work. That’s the truth.” – Richard Short on Auditions
Lina Esco on Playing the Only Female Officer on ‘S.W.AT.’: “I have to portray her as someone equal to all of the guys on her team”
“The important thing for me when I read scripts is how much respect I have for the character and how far I can take her” – Lina Esco
“Getting to play a character over a lengthy period of time is always a pleasure, especially if you like the character.” – Dylan O’Brien
Nick Offerman on His Early Roles and the “Great Lesson” He Learned in How to Treat His Fellow Actors
“As an actor trying to find your spot you’re just generally happy to get a job and keep your SAG insurance.” – Nick Offerman
“When we did the screen tests, there were six of us all in this room waiting to audition. It felt like The Hunger Games.” – Tom Holland on His Spider-Man Audition
“Everyone gets typecast a little bit for sure” – Kim Coates
“We got to play in the audition room, in the testing room, which takes a lot of the pressure out of things and you can have a good time and hope for the best” – Christina Marie Moses
Frankel talks about developing the cast of the series and why authenticity was more important than a well-known actor
Raphael Schumacher was appearing in Mirages, described as an experimental six-scene immersive theatrical experience, which is staged in different parts of the theatre with the audience walking between them.
‘Hail, Caesar!’ is an incredibly fun and loving tribute to old Hollywood.