Liam Neeson Boards The Action Train Once Again With ‘The Commuter’

Liam Neeson has worked in over 70 films, and four of those pictures have been with director Jaume Collet-Serra. The pair previously had hits with Unknown, Non-Stop, and Run All Night and now they are riding that streak via the train driven narrative The Commuter. Though Neeson has starred in his share of character driven … Continue reading Liam Neeson Boards The Action Train Once Again With ‘The Commuter’

Armie Hammer Talks “Enthralled” Emotions of ‘Call Me By Your Name’

There are so many things to love about Call Me By Your Name, but at its root the film holds a universal truth and depth of feeling that is has been or will be shared by most people. During the press conference for the film, Armie Hammer discussed why the movie has left a deep … Continue reading Armie Hammer Talks “Enthralled” Emotions of ‘Call Me By Your Name’

Audio: Salma Hayek On Key To Successful Collaboration: “Listen”

  Salma Hayek can currently be seen with Eugenio Derbez in the Ken Marino directed comedy "How To Be A Latin Lover." The movie, which debuted at #2 at the box office, displayed an easygoing chemistry between Hayek and Eugenio Derbez (they play siblings in the film).  During the HTBAL interviews I asked the actress, … Continue reading Audio: Salma Hayek On Key To Successful Collaboration: “Listen”

Exclusive: Sophie Tweed-Simmons Talks ‘Country Crush’ And Music Journey

  Country Crush is a musical that's available starting March 14 (it's a Walmart exclusive) and I'll be posting a review this week on Hollywood Outbreak. I really enjoyed the performances and music featured in the project (if you love old-fashioned entertainment that's filled with good songs, this may be your cup of tea). Actress/singer … Continue reading Exclusive: Sophie Tweed-Simmons Talks ‘Country Crush’ And Music Journey

Emma Watson’s ‘Belle’ An “Activist” In ‘Beauty and the Beast’

Beauty and the Beast, one of this year's most anticipated films, may be a grand romance and adventure. However, it also manages to subtly spotlight the importance of reading and expanding one's knowledge and imagination. Audio from Emma Watson, as she talks about how Paige O'Hara influenced her as a child, is found after the … Continue reading Emma Watson’s ‘Belle’ An “Activist” In ‘Beauty and the Beast’

Exclusive: ‘Priceless’ Actor David Koechner On Why Comics Excel In Drama

  One of the surprise takeaways from Priceless is David Koechner's dramatic performance as Dale, a principled and brave man who helps James (Joel Smallbone) in his mission to save two women (Bianca Santos, Amber Midthunder) from a sex trafficking ring. During the TV interviews for Priceless, I asked Koechner why many comedians make a … Continue reading Exclusive: ‘Priceless’ Actor David Koechner On Why Comics Excel In Drama

Natalie Portman Weaves A Memorable “Tale of Love and Darkness”

Natalie Portman takes a huge chunk of ambition and runs with it as the writer, director, and lead actress behind A Tale of Love and Darkness, a feature based on Amos Oz's coming-of-age bestseller. This is Portman's feature writing and directing debut, and thanks to her deep connection to the material the narrative is infused … Continue reading Natalie Portman Weaves A Memorable “Tale of Love and Darkness”

Theo Taplitz Talks ‘Little Men’ And Ira Sachs Collaboration

  Powered by naturalistic, unadorned performances and nuanced filmmaking, Little Men centers on Jake (Theo Taplitz), a 13-year-old who moves from Manhattan to Brooklyn with his parents (Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Ehle) after his grandfather's passing. Jake's introspective nature (he's budding artist) leads to very few friends. His fate takes a turn for the better after … Continue reading Theo Taplitz Talks ‘Little Men’ And Ira Sachs Collaboration

Exclusive: Writer/Director Sian Heder Talks ‘Tallulah’ And Writing Process

  "As a writer, you're always an observer," says Sian Heder, an Orange Is The New Black scribe who's the director/writer of the new film Tallulah. Centering on an impulsive yet often well meaning young woman (Ellen Page is Tallulah) who steals a baby from a neglectful mother (Tammy Blanchard) at a New York Hotel, the feature is … Continue reading Exclusive: Writer/Director Sian Heder Talks ‘Tallulah’ And Writing Process

Mackenzie Foy Talks ‘The Little Prince’ Journey And Lasting Memories

  Opening August 5 in select theaters and on Netflix, The Little Prince is an adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's transcendent tale of adventure, love, and family. Director Mark Osborne, best known for his 2008 feature Kung Fu Panda, crafts this adaptation with a modern day spin, as a little girl (Interstellar's Mackenzie Foy) befriends … Continue reading Mackenzie Foy Talks ‘The Little Prince’ Journey And Lasting Memories