EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: The star says he’d be happy to do a music video combining ‘Chappie’ with ‘Happy.’
EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Sigourney Weaver describes the deleted scenes that flesh her character out.
VIDEO: Hugh Jackman tells us all about the little shorts he wears in ‘Chappie’ and why he likes playing a douchebag for a change.
The comedian gets serious, talking about the afterlife, his career trajectory and Spider-Man.
The director talks about the complexities of fame in internet age, and why it takes more than an opinion to be a real film critic.
The co-director explains the origin of the blink-and-you’ll-miss-it Bill Murray cameo and says ‘Dumb and Dumber 3′ would be ‘better in a few years.’
Nicolas Winding Refn and Liv Corfixen tell us about the new documentary, which tells the story of Nicolas Winding Refn’s production of ‘Only God Forgives.’
Oscar nominee Jason Blum corrects an internet rumor about The Purge 3 and says Jem and the Holograms is ‘like Lady Gaga’s spirit turned into a movie.’
Director Marjane Satrapi (‘Persepolis’) takes us inside her new talking animal horror comedy starring Ryan Renolds.
The documentary director explains what he’s learned about Kurt Cobain’s life and tragic suicide.
Luke Evans offers a few hints about the upcoming Universal Monster franchise.
Jemaine Clement has two movies at Sundance this year, and shares some plans for the new ‘Flight of the Conchords’ tour.
Toni Collette describes the intense filming of ‘Glassland’ over just 4 1/2 days, and explains why filming ‘About a Boy’ made her ‘pissed off.’
Director Rick Alverson contemplates the deeper meanings of his Sundance hit starring comedian Gregg Turkington.
The filmmakers behind the award-winning sci-fi Sundance favorite discuss the far reaching implications of their new technology.
The filmmaker explains why the award-winner was a personal project, and why ‘The Town That Dreaded Sundown’ was a painful experience.
The director’s new Sundance entry looks at addiction and finds sympathy for men involved in political sex scandals.
Kevin Bacon tells us what music his new villain listens to and why he wants to star in another ‘Tremors’ movie.
The co-directors explain skeleton leotards but leave Udo Kier’s butt fixation a mystery.
The director of ‘The Mask You Live In’ explores the way men are taught to interact with women, and each other, in her new documentary.