CraveOnline snagged an interview with Eli Roth to talk about his Keanu Reeves thriller ‘Knock Knock,’ sexual manipulation, and chopping off body parts.
Crave talks to the co-directors of ‘The Best of Enemies’ about William F. Buckley and Gore Vidal, and how the famous intellects collided.
William Bibbiani sits down with the charming – and alluringly be-sweatered – Hailee Steinfeld to talk about punk, cocaine, and the 1980s.
The director of the steamy new thriller says he just wants audiences to have fun.
‘The Boy Next Door’ improvised the best line in the movie. Find out more about his killer new role, and the upcoming ‘Jem and the Holograms’ movie.
‘Blackhat’ director Michael Mann describes shootouts as a dance, and says he’d have shot ‘Manhunter’ digitally if he’d made it today.
Mike Mendez reveals how the eleven ‘Tales of Halloween’ directors are trying to avoid the curse of the anthology horror film genre.
The writer of ‘Into the Woods’ explains what got cut from the movie and shares his thoughts on Disney genitalia.
The ‘Selma’ star analyzes LBJ’s decision to support the Civil Rights marches, and says he didn’t know The Green Hornet and The Lone Ranger were related.
Tim Roth reminiscences about rapping with Tupac Shakur and says The Abomination almost came back in an ‘Avengers’ movie.
We sat down with Anna Kendrick to talk Into the Woods, the Oscars, fake movies and whatever the heck else we wanted.
The director of the best animated movie of the year explains why kids movies are a bigger responsibility than movies made for adults.
One of the most celebrated directors in the world describes the history of ‘Mr. Turner’ and expresses astonishment that some of his films got made at all.
Ball tells us about the challenges of bringing The Maze Runner to life and why he changed one of the key aspects in the book.
The comedian and ‘Top Five’ co-star explains how every standup comic filters real-life drama into humor.
The actor based part of his performance on Benedict Cumberbatch’s interpretation of Smaug.
Oscar contender Oscar Isaac describes the early ideas for an ‘A Most Violent Year’ trilogy.
Director Jean-Marc Vallée reveals which real-life character Cheryl Strayed had him put back in the film based on her life story.
The director explains what it was like to direct “Planet of the People Who Are Dressed Really Weird” and teases an “Ape Moses” for the third film.
The future Dr. Doom speaks on how the process of acting in “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” and attending ape school gave him massive shins.