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Interviews

Your average celebrity is bombarded by the same inane questions on the promotional circuit. Hollywood in Toto won’t settle for cookie cutter questions. The result: Engaging interviews you won’t find anywhere else.

Will More Movies Get New Titles like ‘Live. Die. Repeat?’
3 years ago

Will More Movies Get New Titles like ‘Live. Die. Repeat?’

The Tom Cruise/Emily Blunt film couldn’t compete with the likes of “Maleficent,” “22 Jump Street” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” over the summer. Yet for the week ending Oct. 26 “Tomorrow” …
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Mitch Ryan Says Mormon Rules Inspired ‘Missionary’ Villain
3 years ago

Mitch Ryan Says Mormon Rules Inspired ‘Missionary’ Villain

“This kind of stuff does happen. Mormons don’t want to hear that, but it happens on a smaller scale,” he says. “They’re all humans, capable of crazy things given the …
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‘Creep Behind the Camera’ Tells Tale Behind Camp Movie Classic
3 years ago

‘Creep Behind the Camera’ Tells Tale Behind Camp Movie Classic

The 1964 film featured a glorified carpet terrorizing an American town. The story behind the film proved worthy of a movie itself, only it took a while to come into …
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Halloween Costume Tips from the Theatrical Pros
3 years ago

Halloween Costume Tips from the Theatrical Pros

You might see something that sparks a bold new look for the holiday.

“What if you spray painted [a catcher’s mask] a different color and glued a piece of tubing …
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‘Good Lie’ Writer on Why She Wouldn’t Take Faith Out of Film
3 years ago

‘Good Lie’ Writer on Why She Wouldn’t Take Faith Out of Film

“There were moments where I had people look at the film and say, “take all that [spirituality] out,’” Nagle says of a movie following Sudanese refugees fleeing to America. “While others said, …
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‘UnFair’ Producer Takes IRS Critique to the People
3 years ago

‘UnFair’ Producer Takes IRS Critique to the People

So he added another title to his resume.

Berman’s first film, “UnFair: Exposing the IRS,” accuses the U.S. Government of singling out conservatives in a manner that goes against the …
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New Filmmakers Forum Hopes to Bring Equality to Hollywood
3 years ago

New Filmmakers Forum Hopes to Bring Equality to Hollywood

Melissa McCarthy can carry a comedy as well as any male actor, perhaps even better. Cate Blanchett’s Oscar-winning turn in “Blue Jasmine” scored big for director Woody Allen. That long-delayed “Ghostbusters” …
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‘One Chance’ Director Hails New Media’s Democratization Power
3 years ago

‘One Chance’ Director Hails New Media’s Democratization Power

The film’s director, David Frankel, applauds how new media can level the playing field for today’s talent.

“I think it’s a great thing. I’m a huge fan and I think we …
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Rocker Scott Helmer Sees United Country, Not Divided States
3 years ago

Rocker Scott Helmer Sees United Country, Not Divided States

Rocker Scott Helmer sees a different country on his current acoustic tour.

“The powers that be want us arguing about a handful of issues … but below that real people don’t wanna …
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‘Hateful Eight’ Shoot Called Colorado ‘Game Changer’
3 years ago

‘Hateful Eight’ Shoot Called Colorado ‘Game Changer’

Hollywood once visited Colorado to shoot films like “Thelma & Louise,” “War Games,” “Vanishing Point,” “City Slickers,” the original “True Grit” and “Sleeper.” In recent years, as other states served up …
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