Actor Matthew Rhys, who played lawyer Kevin Walker on the ABC drama, reports that he’s “back on the audition trail” now that the show’s five-season run has come to an end.
In an attempt to make his character, pub manager Mac, funnier and more multidimensional, Rob McElhenney has put on a stunning 50 pounds in 2011.
Edie Falco speaks out about the “celebrity” aspect of Hollywood: “Most [celebrities] haven’t really done anything to earn where they are”
“There’s an obsession with famous people who, oftentimes, are not worthy of a million people knowing who they are and what they think.”
Oliver Platt on his career: “There’s a sense of gratitude that I’m able to support my family doing this”
“I’ve never had any doubt that I was doing what I was meant to do.”
“True Blood” star Alexander Skarsgard on Season 4: It’s “quite different from what we’ve seen before”
He also enjoyed trying out his comedic skills throughout the first few episodes. “I had fun with it. It was just important to make it real. The humor had to come out of the situations more than him trying to be funny.”
“We start talking about the scripts the minute they come out, actually,” explained the 44-year-old actress, who plays a financially-troubled mother on the family-centered show. “And often we’re shooting two shows at a time, so they story-board it for us that way. This is even more important on this show because you’re shooting what’s going to happen in the next episode while you still haven’t finished what happens in this episode.”
Because of its rich entertainment history, L.A. is still recognized by most of the country as the place where their favorite TV shows are filmed. However, the Times reports that eastern locales like New York, Florida, Georgia and Louisiana have asserted themselves as television-friendly states in recent years.
Emmy award winning actor Laurence Fishburne announced he will be leaving CSI after two and a half seasons.
Catch the first 6 minutes of the season below where Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin) is in the land of fairies, meets her grandpa and gets into a bit of trouble.
On tonight’s Inside The Actors Studio, the cast of Modern Family sits down and talks with host James Lipton. Ok, the whole cast minus the kids. What? No Manny?
In a recent promotional spot for Microsoft search engine Bing, Glee star Matthew Morrison talked about the road to television stardom and his real-life supporting cast of friends and family.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon star Josh Duhamel will be returning to his roots, albeit briefly, on an upcoming episode of ABC soap opera All My Children. The 39-year-old will reprise his role as con artist Leo du Pres on the show, which gave him his first shot high-profile acting gig in 1999.
In a recent interview on Good Day New York, TV and theater actor Robert Sean Leonard talked about commuting between Los Angeles and New York City for roles on Fox medical drama House and in Broadway production Born Yesterday.
This would be the first television series for Lucas, who has been busy with films Life as we Know It, Poseidon and Glory Road.
Dramatic Actress Roundtable – 7 Great Television Actresses talk about their careers, acting and more!
I love these roundtables that The Hollywood Reporter does throughout the year. They gather a group of fantastic actors and talk to them about their careers, acting and it ends up being the most incredible conversation.
In a recent interview with the Italian version of Vanity Fair, Patrick Dempsey announced that the the upcoming season is “gonna be my last.”
Premier Talent Group President James J. Jones recently released his annual “Hollywood Pilot Report,” which includes statistic-based information on the 2011 television pilot season.
“It’s a great challenge. But for me as an actor, I look at it this way—there were some roles that were written for white people that I got,” Jeong explained.
“If I’m a person that watches ‘Cougar Town,’ how can I be in ‘Cougar Town’? The more I start thinking about it, the less any of it makes any sense at all.”
John Benjamin Hickey on Working Two Jobs at Once: “It Could Not Have Been a More Insane Confluence of Events”
“The timing couldn’t have been better and it couldn’t have been worse.”