Emmerich tells us what to expect from Stan in the new season of “The Americans” and teases his role in Jane Got a Gun.
Jeff Radice’s new film tells the story of Dock Ellis, the Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher who threw a no-hitter while on LSD.
Alan Tudyk describes the various ways his wife could have died in Premature, shares strange anecdotes from 42 and reveals what he learned from Dollhouse.
Coming of age over and over again, returning to the post-apocalypse in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and why there probably won’t be a ParaNorman sequel.
Madonna’s crazy Oscar parties, what she wasn’t supposed to say to Sean Connery, what went wrong on the set of The Prophecy and Candyman sequel that almost happened.
The director of the 300 sequel talks sea monsters, Eva Green, sex scenes and whatever happened to Frank Miller’s graphic novel.
Lena Headey compares 300 to Remains of the Day, claims she’s never heard of ‘Game of Thrones’ and says green screen makes her want to puke.
We talk to the filmmaker about adapting his classic movie into the debut original series to launch his new El Rey network.
Alice Eve discusses her new thriller with Bryan Cranston, the future of Star Trek and upcoming films with Neil LaBute and Chris Evans.
The actor and filmmaker also looks back at Back to the Future, Beowulf and Rubin and Ed.
Drew Pearce describes the cinematic version of Runaways and how All Hail the King responds to fans’ reactions to The Mandarin in Iron Man 3.
Oscar-nominee June Squibb explains why she had to audition for Alexander Payne, even though they had worked together before on About Schmidt.
The celebrated actor talks returning to the Marvel Universe and the possible future of The Mandarin.
Pam Grier talks women in Hollywood, Halle Berry’s abandoned Foxy Brown reboot, saving Richard Pryor’s horse and her upcoming TV series “Black Hawk.”
Alicia Silverstone also shares her memories of the 1990s classics Clueless, Cryin’ and The Crush.
Ethan Embry explains why he bet Pat Healy that Cheap Thrills was “going to be a piece of !#@$.”
Director McG says a lot of his previous films have been one-dimensional, unlike 3 Days to Kill.
3 Days to Kill star Amber Heard explains the art and socio-political significance of va-va-voominess.
Kevin Costner dismisses William Bibbiani’s ‘romantic’ interpretation of 3 Days to Kill.
Emily Browning explains why making out with Kit Harington is weird.