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I’d have never guessed that Alex of Venice is Chris Messina‘s directorial debut. The film,…
Interview: Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Riley Stearns on ‘Faults’, Not Rehearsing a 12-Page Scene and Shooting Chronologically
“You’re really just kind of in the story and letting it all unfold around you. It’s really wonderful. I love it” – Mary Elizabeth Winstead on shooting Faults in chronological order
Interview: Leland Orser Talks ‘Faults’, Finding Character Inspiration and Booking His First Commercial
“There’s no tricks. It’s very open, it’s very stripped down, it’s playing with the truth and without emotional truth no scene works” – Leland Orser
Trailer: ‘Kill the Messenger’ Starring Jeremy Renner, Rosemarie DeWitt, Oliver Platt, Michael Sheen & Mary Elizabeth Winstead
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VW4XO-52ubE Kill the Messenger: Two-time Academy Award nominee Jeremy Renner (“The Bourne Legacy”) leads…
SXSW Interview: Mary Elizabeth Winstead & Leland Orser Discuss ‘Faults’, Horrible Auditions and 12-Page Scenes
The two also talk back-story and more!
Mary Elizabeth Winstead on Needing to Feel “Challenged” and How ‘Smashed’ Changed Her Confidence as an Actor
After landing plum roles in Death Proof and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Mary Elizabeth Winstead became complacent. The 27-year-old actress assumed that more exciting projects would automatically come her way.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead on Her Role in ‘Smashed’: “I’ve needed to sort of prove myself in this capacity for a long time — I needed to show, at least to myself, that I could carry a really complex role”
I recently got to see Smashed, a film about a recovering alcoholic, and I was impressed that the film didn’t adhere to the same old cliches that we’ve seen in countless television movies about alcoholism. Much of that credit goes to star Mary Elizabeth Winstead. It’s a brave role for Winstead, who allows herself to be shown in a very ugly light in order to portray a young elementary school teacher who is struggling with her sobriety.
Trailer #2: ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’ starring Benjamin Walker, Dominic Cooper & Anthony Mackie
In theaters: June 22nd, 2012