The film picks up momentum about halfway through and that’s where it finally gets fun.
With this these terrific actors he’s assembled, this is easily one of the best movies of the year.
“There’s so much to nonverbal communication that I have yet to really understand as an actor” – Woody Harrelson
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Matthew McConaughey on His Decision to Star in HBO’s ‘True Detective’ and Why He Requested a Different Character
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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.
Interview: Writer/Director Martin McDonagh Discusses His New Film, ‘Seven Psychopaths’, His Writing Process and the “Genius” of Christopher Walken
Martin on his cast: “I couldn’t think of a better actor in any of the parts”
Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at Martin McDonagh’s Seven Psychopaths that features interviews with its stars Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell and Woody Harrelson.
Woody Harrelson biked his way to the CBS this Morning the other day to talked about his new play, Bullet for Adolph. Harrelson co-wrote and directed the play that is currently running off-Broadway at the New World Stages.
Here’s a cool video featuring a bunch of well-known actors in the very first on-camera roles.
After Woody Harrelson had his first outing with director Oren Moverman on The Messenger, he received nominations for Best Supporting Actor from the Academy Awards, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild.
In Rampart, his second film with director Oren Moverman, Woody Harrelson again appears as an authority figure, something that Harrelson is never completely comfortable with.
Here is the first 5 minutes of Oren Moverman’s, Rampart.
“It was hard for me to believe I could even play a cop.”
Woody Harrelson: “A drama has all these modes of emotionality that I spend my life working to avoid”
Despite being the second heavy drama for Harrelson, he admits that his true passion is for comedies, which he feels more natural about.
In Theaters: March 23rd, 2012
“To me, it’s fun when you’re looking at a scene and trying to figure out the best way of, what can make this scene better, what can heighten the emotionality of the scene.” – Woody Harrelson