Caity Lotz describes the details of playing an android in the sci-fi thriller The Machine and the stunts and fight training on the TV series ‘Arrow.’
VIDEO: Nick Frost talks salsa and the sound of chest hair at the Q&A after the premiere screening of his new comedy Cuban Fury, hosted by William Bibbiani.
Director Stephen Frears talks about Philomena Lee’s involvement in telling her life story and his upcoming biopic about Lance Armstrong.
Oculus director Mike Flanagan explains which scene from his own film was too scary to watch and marvels at the dexterity of Karen Gillan’s ponytail.
David Gordon Green says Suspiria is too expensive to remake during the found footage boom, compares his Little House on the Prairie to John Ford movies.
Ivan Reitman appealed to the MPAA for more profanity in Draft Day and thinks he’s invented a new form of split screen. Plus: Ghostbusters III and Triplets.
Director Drake Doremus talks about his new drama and upcoming forbidden love sci-fi movie Equals, starring Kristen Stewart.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier screenwriters Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely answer all our spoilery questions. Plus: Who has a future in the MCU?
Car chase expert Robert Nagle talks about the new car stunts in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Fast & Furious 7 and Jupiter Ascending.
Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige spills news about Doctor Strange, Hawkeye, Hulk and The Avengers 2: Age of Ultron.
Adrian Grenier discusses the environmental themes and on-set debates of Goodbye World and discusses Kid Cudi’s role in the Entourage movie.
Errol Morris explains why the subject of his new documentary, Donald Rumsfeld, is “almost an empty windbag” and why we hear his voice in The Unknown Known.
The director and composer of the slasher musical Stage Fright explain how they got Meat Loaf to sing in a lower register and why a soundtrack isn’t certain.
The directors of Captain America: The Winter Soldier explain how they fit The Falcon into an already crowded story and why the sequel is more political.
Saoirse Ronan explains how her Muppets Most Wanted cameo came about and ponders the non-existent phenomena of ‘Saoirse Ronan Parties.’
Ron Burgundy’s dog Baxter tells Bibbs that the banishment of Doby the Shark still stands.
MMA superstar turned action hero Gina Carano admits ziplining petrified her, says Avengelyne and her female Expendables movie are still ‘works in progress.’
Anthony Mackie says no one ever taught him how Falcon’s flight suit works and says that he’s probably not in The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Writer/director David Ayer describes the glory of Mireille Enos and Olivia Williams and how the conclusion of Sabotage changed to suit Schwarzenegger fans.
Amy Ryan describes the unusual improvisation in Breathe In and revisits her early roles in You Can Count On Me and the TV series Quantum Leap.