Jared Leto explains the legal troubles between Thirty Seconds to Mars and EMI, as depicted in the new documentary, Artifact.
Director Scott Cooper explains why he turned down superhero movies to make Out of the Furnace.
Bernthal tells us about his new series “Mob City” and his departure from “The Walking Dead,” both from creator Frank Darabont.
Casey Affleck talks movies, violence, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and why he wishes he could find better parts.
Plus: What’s in store for the upcoming John Belushi biopic.
Plus: Updates on his AMC series, Hell on Wheels.
Oscar Isaac had to compete with serious musicians to land the lead role in The Coen Bros.’ Inside Llewyn Davis. Here’s what happened.
What makes Zoe Saldana panic, and why Gamora will be like a bullfighter in Guardians of the Galaxy.
EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Bibbs interviews filmmaker John Sayles in depth about Go for Sisters and the tricks of the screenwriting trade.
Mirando Otto also talks about her new TV series “Rake,” and explains what happened to the TV pilot for “Locke & Key.”
Homefront director Gary Fleder talks working with Sylvester Stallone, Winona Ryder’s sex scene and his part in establishing the Alex Cross movie franchise.
Black Nativity director Kasi Lemmons also revisits her acting career in Fear of a Black Hat, Vampire’s Kiss and Silence of the Lambs.
Garrick Dion from Bold Films says Robert Rodriguez’s PG-13 Fire and Ice remake could shoot as early as next year, talks plans for a Legion spin-off series.
Frank Grillo says there are plans for more Crossbones in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, teases the new DirecTV series ‘Navy St.’
EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Nash Herrington asks the stars of Catching Fire how they would survive a real-life deathmatch.
With Nebraska Bob Nelson enters into a legacy of acclaimed Alexander Payne movies. Fred Topel asks him about the pressures and creative decisions involved.
The director of How I Live Now explains why didn’t think to cast Saoirse Ronan and why he doesn’t used handheld cinematography to film chaos.
Find out how Bill Watterson finally showed his approval of the Calvin & Hobbes documentary Dear Mr. Watterson.
The ultraviolence that would have cost The Wolverine its PG-13 rating, and what happened to Yukio between the finale and the mid-credits teaser.
Edgar Wright dishes on the surprise plot points we couldn’t talk about during the theatrical release.