The documentary tells the story of Nicolas Winding Refn’s production of ‘Only God Forgives.’ Plus: updates on the ‘Barbarella’ and ‘Maniac Cop’ remakes.
Keanu Reeves talks about playing action heroes who don’t look like action heroes and says he misses playing John Constantine.
Director Mark Hartley defends his Cannon Films documentary and says he’s made his last film in the documentary medium.
Kevin Smith hopes his new horror movie raises awareness of podcasting and says Rosario Dawson will be back for ‘Clerks 3.’
Terry Gilliam explains The Church of Batman the Redeemer and says there may be hope for his earlier projects ‘Don Quixote’ and ‘The Defective Detective.’
Justin Long reveals the hardest parts of being turned into a walrus in Kevin Smith’s ‘Tusk.’
Katie Cassidy talks about playing a woman with Dissociative Personality Disorder and the trouble with lip piercings.
Martial arts superstar Donnie Yen describes how he’s adapting his fight choreography to fit CGI backgrounds and the changing landscape of action cinema.
CraveOnline met with Simon Pegg and Rosamund Pike in Toronto to talk about ‘Hector and the Search for Happiness’. We pitched them an ‘Altered States’ remake.
The writer-director of the Jake Gyllenhaal dark comedy talks about how the job market informed his story and how Werner Herzog is always right.
The director and co-star of ‘Laggies’ talk about Seattle cinema, female bromances and a gorilla spirit animal.
Taraji Henson explains how she got Idris Elba back after he hit her in the face with a gun.
Idris Elba explains how wanting Taraji Henson to shut up improved his performance.
Oscar-winning director James Marsh talks about his Stephen Hawking biopic at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.
Dan Stevens talks about his new horror-thriller ‘The Guest’ and the upcoming ‘A Walk Among the Tombstones’ and ‘Night at the Museum’ sequel.
The screenwriter of ‘The Imitation Game’ addresses our critic’s quibbles with the film, and reveals Leonardo DiCaprio’s character in ‘The Devil in the White City’
Director David Ayres explains the over ten year journey it took to bring ‘Cut Snake’ to the Toronto International Film Festival.
Marton Czokas talks about the mysterious villain he plays in ‘The Equalizer,’ and whether the story told about his past in the movie is true.
Fred Topel gets the skinny on the fat robots of Big Hero 6 straight from the film’s directors, Don Hall and Chris Williams.
Alex Russell explains the title of his new Aussie thriller, the big twist in the middle and the weirdest jobs he had before he became an actor.