Jesse Eisenberg spoke about the difficulties of portraying Marcel Marceau in Resistance, a person best known for his skills as a mime.
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Jesse Eisenberg: “It’s much easier for me to play a character with some kind of eccentricity or strange behavior”
“In a part that’s so different to me, I can just lose myself in the character and I don’t feel any of my usual self-awareness” – Jesse Eisenberg
“My absolute favorite thing to do is to write a play and then, after I finish, do the first reading of it with my friends around the table”- Jesse Eisenberg
Grab a copy of the ‘The End of the Tour’ screenplay!
Jesse Eisenberg: “In acting, you can’t really act on your own. That’s the wonderful thing about writing; you can do it anywhere.”
Jesse Eisenberg on Starring in Action Movies, Kristen Stewart, and How Playing Lex Luthor Felt Like an Off-Broadway Play
“The old cliché in theater is, if you’re nervous, pick up a prop, which will immediately take you outside of your mind.” – Jesse Eisenberg
Jesse Eisenberg: “I’m happiest rehearsing a play—I wish we didn’t then have to show it to an audience”
Jesse Eisenberg got his inspiration for acting from a clown—who just happened to be his mom. She worked as a professional clown at children’s parties when Eisenberg was growing up in Queens.
Jesse Eisenberg is one of those actors who actually admits to having stage fright. Luckily, his role in the new film, Now You See Me, helped him get over his fear.
Jesse Eisenberg on Acting: “I don’t concern myself with thinking ahead to the finished product. I focus more specifically on what the character is experiencing”
Almost a year and a half ago actor Jesse Eisenberg made an unexpected move by becoming a playwright, debuting his play Asuncion at New York’s Cherry Lane Theatre.
The Social Network star Jesse Eisenberg has inked a new deal to appear in Aaron Sorkin’s upcoming HBO series The Newsroom.
Eisenberg is suing Lionsgate for listing his name and slapping his mug on the awful DVD cover of the low-budget horror film Camp Hell, which was shot in 2007 and released on DVD in August.
Eisenberg explained that he is “definitely attracted to characters who have that type of intensity – specific to what it is they’re doing, and also a real passion about something.”
Justin Bartha might be best known as the Wolf Pack member who is always left out of the fun in The Hangover films, but he’s also started to rack up an impressive resume in Broadway theatre in 2011.
What’s the easiest way to get the play you’ve written staged in a New York City theater?
The two will play opposite one another in the dark comedy, about two roommates who let a Filipino man move in with them, when it begins at New York City’s Cherry Lane Theater later this year.
New York City’s Rattlestick Playwrights Theater clicked the “Like” button on Social Network star Jesse Eisenberg’s play Ascunsion on Thursday, announcing it as part of its 2011-12 season.
Michael Angarano on his new film, ‘Ceremony’, and how the rehearsal process was like a theater workshop
Michael Angarano, star of the film, Ceremony, talks about how he got the role after Jesse Eisenberg dropped out!
Every year, Vanity Fair has what they call a ‘Hollywood’ issue.
Actors Roundtable with James Franco, Ryan Gosling, Colin Firth, Mark Ruffalo, Jesse Eisenberg and Robert Duvall
James Franco, Ryan Gosling, Colin Firth, Mark Ruffalo, Jesse Eisenberg and Robert Duvall talk about their careers, how they got stared in acting and so many more things.
“There was a lot of pressure because it was the first time I had a lead role in a big movie.” – Jesse Eisenberg on ‘Zombieland