Actor Bradley Cooper chats about about developing the voice of his character, Jackson Maine
Margot Robbie: “I do timelines and backstories, I work with a dialect coach, a movement coach and an acting coach”
“I need to be with other actors, then my focus is on what they’re doing and all I need to do is react to it. I’m too in my head if I’m on my own.” – Margot Robbie
Sam Rockwell on Playing His ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ Character: “It’s all in the details”
Rockwell talks about getting into character for his role as an incompetent, small-town cop.
Isaac Hempstead Wright and Elle Fanning Talk Voicing Their Animated Characters in ‘The Boxtrolls’ (video)
In the video, they talk about voicing their characters, Elle working with a dialect coach for her British accent, why Hempstead Wright’s character looks so much like him and what they did during the last 20 minutes of ever voice session.
‘Once’ Star Cristin Milioti Talks About Her Tony Nominated Role: “I only know chords. They gave me ten days to learn two songs on the piano, and I did”
One of the most startling achievements of Once is that its female lead, Cristin Milioti, has been nominated for the Tony for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical… and it’s her first musical she has ever appeared in!
To Play Emily Blunt’s Sister in ‘The Five Year Engagement’, Alison Brie Got a Vocal Coach: Emily Blunt
Los Angeles native Alison Brie plays the sister of Emily Blunt’s character in the upcoming comedy The Five-Year Engagement. While the funny Brie makes a great addition to the cast, there was a significant problem that Brie had to face: London-born Blunt’s British accent.