Don Cheadle reveals that portraying a character who is in pain on screen has a tendency to affect him off-screen.
“Be willing to fall flat on your face and be in an unknown place. If you’re doing that, you’re probably growing” – Don Cheadle
Actors like Don Cheadle are often the types of careers aspiring artists want to have.…
Don Cheadle is an actor’s actor. He comes in quietly, does consistently excellent work and…
Ben Kingsley: “I think when actors are playing villains, the best key is not to look at how evil they can be, but to look into their total conviction”
Without spoiling much, Ben Kingsley absolutely steals the show in Iron Man 3. He plays the Mandarin, a terrorist who controls the television airwaves in order to broadcast his vicious acts.
Being that Marvel Comics — which is now owned by Disney — has created an ongoing connected universe of franchises with its Avengers movies, it’s become clear now that once you sign up to play a Marvel character your character will potentially pop up in other films.
Though most of the interview is focused on wristwatches (!), Don Cheadle has a few clever things to say about acting in films like Robert Zemeckis’ Flight and TV’s House of Lies in his recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
Robert Zemeckis’ Flight open this weekend and I’m looking forward to it. I love Zemeckis…
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TV Comedy Actors Roundtable with Don Cheadle, Ed Helms, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ty Burrell, Max Greenfield & Johnny Galecki
In this interview, TV comedy actors Don Cheadle, Ed Helms, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ty Burrell, Max Greenfield & Johnny Galecki talk about their careers, acting and more.
Jimmy Kimmel’s ‘Making the Movie: The Making of Movie: The Movie’ featuring George Clooney, Tom Hanks, Don Cheadle & Bryan Cranston
Here is the ‘Making the Movie: The Making of Movie: The Movie’ featuring backstage ‘interviews’ with some of the cast.
Though Don Cheadle still appears regularly in movies — like last summer’s blockbuster Iron Man 2 and the critically acclaimed Brooklyn’s Finest — his pace has seemed to slow somewhat as his attention has turned to other causes.