Andrew Polk talks working with James Gray on Armageddon Time, the research he did for his role and why he likes self-tapes.
Anthony Hopkins speaks about how he learns his lines — and why he finds it easy to create a scary performance.
Anthony Hopkins reflects on how being lucky played into his career and reveals what advice he imparts to young actors.
Brad Pitt spoke about the improv nature of comedy and remarked on how similar it was when he watched Anthony Hopkins during one of their films together.
Foster revealed how she landed the role as FBI agent Clarice Starling and why she only worked with her co-star briefly on set.
Both Hopkins and McKellen are putting on a master class and it’s not to be missed.
SAG-AFTRA has alerted its members that they have the right to pull out (no pun intended) of filming ‘Westworld’
Film history has shown that when an actor portrays a real-life figure that actor doesn’t necessarily have to look like the individual he or she is portraying.
Anthony Hopkins on Staying in Character Throughout a Film’s Production: “If actors want to do that, fine. If they want to be miserable, that’s up to them”
In a candid interview, Anthony Hopkins not only said he thought Oscar campaigning was “nauseating to watch,” he also was open about portraying such a famous cinema figure as Alfred Hitchcock in a movie and his thoughts on actors who choose to stay in character throughout a film’s production.
If you run into Anthony Hopkins anytime between now and February, try to avoid bringing up the fact that his role as master film director Alfred Hitchcock in Hitchcock is a potential Oscar favorite.
Scarlett Johansson on Filming the Famous Shower Scene in ‘Hitchcock’: “You have got to be brave, get into the shower, and face Anthony Hopkins… jabbing you in the face with a 12-inch kitchen knife”
Famously, Janet Leigh, star of Psycho, is killed off much earlier in the landmark film than audiences ever expected in a gruesome shower scene, which has since become one of the most famous murder scenes in film history.
In theaters: November 23rd
Here is a first look picture of Academy Award winner Russell Crowe as Noah from Academy-Award nominated director Darren Aronofsky’s Noah.