Viola Davis says she’s not the type of actor who would give an inaccurate rosy picture of what the industry is truly like.
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Actress Viola Davis talks about the challenges of performing, including how important collaboration is in acting.
“Television has decided that it will actually try to, as much as possible, make the world that it creates look like what the world actually looks like” – Joe Morton
Directed with confidence by Washington, FENCES is a pure joy to watch with two dynamite actors in the prime of their careers.
“You know when you’re not getting it right, you know when you’re coasting.” – Viola Davis
“Learn what you are as an artist, what your brand is and what you really want. Instead of letting the industry dictate it for you.” – Chris Chalk
Watch the 2015 Emmy Award Speeches from Viola Davis, Jon Hamm, Peter Dinklage, julia Louis-Dreyfus and more!
Here are a handful of videos from last night’s SAG Awards press room where the…
The SAG Awards always have some of my favorite speeches from any of the awards…
Mann is a terrific filmmaker but he’s missed the mark here. The overly long film lacks any sort of substance or subtlety.
Viola Davis is a two-time Oscar nominee, but getting those juicy, meaty roles every actress…
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guOS6ev6hQ0 Get On Up: Based on the incredible life story of the Godfather of…
In Theaters Now
You could say Viola Davis isn’t letting all the praise and awards from her acclaimed role in The Help get to her. After all, she has a 19-month old daughter.
Finding out that you’ve been nominated for an acting award in the same category as Glenn Close and Meryl Streep must be like finding out you’re running the 100 meter dash against the gold medal and the silver medal winners of that event at the last Olympics.
You can see Fassbender do his Quentin Tarantino impression, Theron do a South African accent and Clooney will make you laugh.
The video is an hour long and it’s just great to watch (or listen to). They talk about their careers, getting bad reviews, how they got their start and so much more. So good!
In Theaters: December 25th
In theaters: December 25th, 2011
Cast: Emma Stone, Bryce Dallas Howard, Viola Davis, Sissy Spacek
Written/Directed: Tate Taylor