J.K. Simmons talks about playing two versions of the same character on Counterpart and more.
Gyllenhaal discusses what inspired him to the role and discusses the challenges of playing a double amputee.
Bill Pullman sits for a career Q&A where he goes in-depth on his most famous roles.
In the 45-minute interview, Jeffrey Wright discusses Westworld and his career at length.
The two actors talk about acting and their roles in the film.
Watch a video of Roberts auditioning in the mid-1980s opposite actor Alan Boyce
Ferguson sat for a conversation to discuss his career on and off the stage.
While Fisher is speaking material largely cut from the film, she still has the commanding presence that made Leia such an iconic character.
Mortensen speaks in-depth about his work and how he approaches his often-offbeat roles.
Bomer reflects on his two-decade career and puts all of his work in context with making his Broadway debut.
The two spoke about portraying the real-life individuals whose lives were impacted by the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.
Even from the early footage one can see the excitement and enthusiasm that Holland brings to the role.
Gerwig talks about her work on Ladybird and how being an actor has informed her work as a writer/director.
Dafoe spoke about working on The Florida Project, in which he was the only professional actor in a major role and working with the young cast.
Stewart sat for a career retrospective to speak about his acclaimed stage, screen, and voiceover performances
Robbie talks about her role in ‘I, Tonya’ and goes into detail on her approach to playing the variety of characters she has brought to the screen.
Metcalf talks about her long career and the recent success that has come her way since her Oscar-nominated role in Lady Bird.
Jenkins speaks about his role in the Best Picture-winning The Shape of Water and working with director Guillermo del Toro.
Watch: SAG Conversations with the Stars of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, Kevin McKidd Jesse Williams and Sarah Drew
The trio talk about their experiences working on Grey’s Anatomy and their futures with the series.
What’s interesting is it shows Downey playing the character with less humor than his on-screen performance