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.
“Find a V8 and kill somebody..”
The President of Marvel Studios says only the Time and Soul Gems are unaccounted for…
“If I had a @#$%ing dollar for every time somebody told me my career was over, I would have enough dollars for my career to be over.”
The Oscar-winning actor talks about his new western, and his history of producing great (and not so great) movies.
The Oscar-nominated filmmaker takes us inside the head of Oscar Isaac’s fascinating character.
The producer of ‘Power/Rangers’ and ‘The Voices’ says he may need to trick studios into buying an action movie about women.
Screenwriter Jonathan Nolan elaborates on his film’s idea: that love is a scientific phenomenon.
The tragic death of Paul Walker led to a very different ending for ‘Furious 7.’ Plus: James Wan’s ideas for ‘MacGyver,’ ‘Insidious: Chapter 4′ and an all-new ‘Saw.’
The Oscar-winning screenwriter details the making of the acclaimed new TV series, and why the time is now to tackle serious issues on network television.
The director who defined the post-apocalypse reveals stories from the ‘Mad Max’ movies and explains why he doesn’t remember filming ‘Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.’
The cast of the midnight movie favorite reveal the secrets of the Gnome Stick.
The director reveals the influences and serious side of the new horror comedy.
The director and star of the new comedy discuss learning to swim and what Moira MacTaggert might look like in ‘X-Men: Apocalypse.’
The three writer/directors of the post-apocalyptic teen action movie reveal the unlikely way that ‘Turbo Kid’ came together.
Daniel ‘DPD’ Park, Angie Kim and Peter Jae talk about adapting their web series, the culture of Koreatown and, naturally, testicles.
The star of ‘Insurgent,’ ‘Terminator’ and ‘Suicide Squad’ says his success comes with insecurity and snarky texts from Miles Teller.