Sung Kang explains the connection between Fast & Furious and Better Luck Tomorrow, the original African-American version of his character.
The writers and directors of the Orthodox arranged marriage drama talk about the culture depicted in Fill the Void.
Director Alejandro Jodorowsky discusses his first film in 23 years and Jodorowsky’s Dune. (You won’t believe how he describes Steven Spielberg.)
The director of Before Midnight ponders the past and future of his romantic movie franchise.
Cannes jurors Steven Spielberg, Ang Lee, Nicole Kidman, Christoph Waltz and more explain how they can judge movies by other filmmakers.
The rock and roll legend talks about his new documentary An Affair of the Heart, his acting career and which movies use his music the best way.
Writer/director Noah Baumbach talks Generation Me movies and the unusual editing style of Frances Ha.
Lake Bell talks about her new guerilla thriller, her upcoming directorial debut In a World, and what to expect from the fifth season of “Childrens Hospital.”
Natalie Imbruglia and the director of the new drama discuss sports movies and the past, present and future of her music career.
Infamous director Uwe Boll talks about his new political thriller, the worst movies ever made and his thoughts on Osama bin Laden.
Acclaimed Japanese director Ryuhei Kitamura talks about his latest ultraviolent horror thriller and the unfortunate fate of his first English-language film.
The producer of some of the greatest films of all time discusses his classic World War II blockbuster, and that awesome motorcycle jump.
Kellan Lutz talks fighting Mickey Rourke in Java Heat, the plot of Hercules 3D and walking around in a loincloth.
Murray talks about her new sci-fi show, returning to “Warehouse 13” and her upcoming vampire sequel.
David Alan Grier discusses his role in the upcoming Peeples, the aborted “In Living Color” revival, and the legacy of Blankman.
Eli Roth talks his upcoming projects, including The Green Inferno, Thanksgiving, and the “proper” version of Cabin Fever 2.
Adult star Allie Haze talks about her new documentary, Aroused, her Emmanuelle experience and her dream of starring in a SyFy Channel original series.
The novelist and director of the Tribeca Film Festival entry describes the death of the poetess that inspired The Patience Stone.
Photographer-turned-filmmaker Deborah Anderson discusses the philosophy behind Aroused, her new documentary about the world’s biggest porn stars.
Winona Ryder also reflects on Alien: Resurrection and the ending of Reality Bites.