The star of The Strain and Ant-Man reveals a deep-seated love for comic books.
Alan Taylor also explains what’s wrong with the way everyone shoots movies and television nowadays.
Patrick Lussier and Laeta Kalogridis’s revelation about Matt Smith’s character will change the way you look at the ending of the film.
The actor equates John Connor’s path to becoming a cyborg with Gandalf’s journey in ‘The Lord of the Rings.’
Samuel L. Jackson says he’s down for more Marvel movies when his contract runs out.
Bill Hader avoids talking about fear and reveals the two films he’d really like to introduce on TCM.
The co-director of Pixar’s latest explains why logic isn’t a factor in a movie about what goes on inside our heads.
Director Rick Famuyiwa talks ‘Dope,’ 1990s nostalgia, and the very soul of his hometown: Inglewood, CA.
The actor hopes he will one day be able to answer his son’s questions about ‘Blue Velvet.’
Talking 1990s nostalgia with the star of the upcoming ‘Dope,’ a love letter to ’90s hip-hop and Inglewood, CA.
The influence of John Hughes movies, acting with an all Asian cast and the best places to eat in Orange County, CA.
John Hawkes talks about his ambitious new film and that hilarious ’12 Angry Men’ spoof about whether Amy Schumer is hot.
Rene Russo revisits some of her classic roles, and talks about her latest drama ‘Frank and Cindy’ with the film’s director.
He can’t comment about the second season of ‘Daredevil’ yet, but Vincent D’Onofrio can tell you how much fun it is to work with Velociraptors.
Adrien Grenier says he wouldn’t fight Jason Momoa, but he could probably beat him in a freestyle swimming race.
The all-American model-turned-actress reflects on off-screen camaraderie, onscreen goals, and the terrifying prospect of attending Comic-Con.
The writer of the new earthquake thriller defends his decision to abandon Irwin Allen’s blueprint for disaster movies.
Comedian Clark Duke talks about ‘Hot Tub Time Machine 2,’ meeting Burt Reynolds, giving autographs and what he’d like for lunch.
The writer of ‘Tomorrowland’ wants audiences to eat their broccoli, be inspired, and maybe even be a little ashamed.
The Immortan Joe insists that he’s just a victimized civil servant, no matter what Furiosa says.