Kenneth Branagh stars as Hercule Poirot and directs Murder on the Orient Express. While promoting the film, Branagh talked about what Daisy Ridley, Johnny Depp, Penélope Cruz, and Michelle Pfeiffer bring to the table as collaborators. Check out Branagh’s thoughts below (audio is included) on working with members of the ensemble!
Heather Graham’s been all over the place the past several weeks with the release of Wetlands and Last Rampage: The Escape of Gary Tison. Graham is also in Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders, and during those interviews she talked about her early dreams as an actress. Check out the video below!!
Bill Skarsgård plays Pennywise in the highly anticipated feature It, and one of the joys of playing this iconic Stephen King character is that “there is no limits to this character.” With a ton of room to work with, Skarsgård admits that he had a bit of “fear” in taking on the role.
Season two of This Is Us is just around the corner, and one of the many things to look forward to is the appearance of Sylvester Stallone. During our interview with Milo Ventimiglia, the Emmy nominated actor talked about getting the chance to work once again with his Rocky Balboa co-star. Check out our video below!
The highly anticipated film All Eyez On Me features the cinematic debut of Demetrius Shipp Jr. as Tupac Shakur, and though co-star Kat Graham is a seasoned veteran, she also has her share of pressure playing Jada Pinkett. Graham talks about the support she received from Pinkett Smith and her lifelong collaboration with acting teacher Ivana Chubbuck.
“The Carmichael Show’s” third season returns May 31 on NBC, and I’ll definitely be binge-watching the show on Netflix. Along with the program’s homage to Norman Lear’s seminal All in the Family, it also features Tiffany Haddish, a comedian and actress who, in the video below, drops the mic on a ton of topics. It’s an inspiring and candid several minutes – the vid’s available after the jump.
Taylor Kinney knows how to weave an intriguing tale or two, and one reason the “Chicago Fire” star is humble and refuses to be complacent comes from an experience he learned after shooting the 2006 TV series “Fashion House.” Check out my video below, along with a partial transcript of Kinney’s story which, by the way, also deals with his mother, blowing $90,000 on sushi, a Mexican restaurant, and working one’s a** off in San Diego!!
One of the reasons why I’m appreciating Taken is how each actor seems emotionally invested into their respective role. A part of that believability comes with the ensemble that anchors the show, and in the video below Gaius Charles, Michael Irby, and Brooklyn Sudano talk about their acting origins.