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Zoë Chao Talks ‘Downhill’ Experience, Paula Prentiss Flicks, And “Cool Ride” Of Acting Opportunities

It was a pleasure interviewing Zoë Chao on two fronts. First off, Downhill proved to be a more than worthy remake of Force Majeure....

Mary Elizabeth Winstead Reflects On Effortless Bond Behind ‘Bird of Prey’ Ensemble

Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Fargo, 10 Cloverfield Lane) stars as Huntress in the highly anticipated Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley...

Director Danny A. Abeckaser Does Double Duty In New York Set ‘Mob Town’

I'm a sucker for gangster films, and director Danny A. Abeckaser (First We Take Brooklyn) refreshingly subverts the genre by telling the story through...

Robbie Amell Cites Passion As The Key To Success Behind ‘Code 8’

If you need a bit of grounded reality in a comic book/dystopian future driven flick, Code 8 fits the bill. Directed by Jeff Chan...

Aleksa Palladino And Robin Lord Taylor Talk ‘The Mandela Effect’ And Visionary Filmmaking

Directed and co-penned by David Guy Levy, The Mandela Effect centers on a game designer named Brendan (Charlie Hofheimer) who attempts to find meaning...

Tom Hanks On The Legacy Of Mister Rogers And The Parish Of A “Single Child”

During the New York premiere of A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, Tom Hanks delivered a pinpoint take on what made Fred Rogers such...

Chadwick Boseman Talks ‘Black Panther’ Impact And ’21 Bridges’ Challenge

Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther) produced and stars in 21 Bridges, the story of a police officer (Boseman) who has Manhattan closed off as he...

Frank Sabatella Delivers A Bit Of Horror And Evocative Storytelling With ‘The Shed’

The Shed has a great concept for a straight line horror flick, but director Frank Sabatella opted for more layered and resonant storyline. That...

Director Monty Whitebloom Envisions A Complex Tale With ‘Love Is Blind’

Perception, fantasy, as well as a healthy dose of tragedy populates the world of Love Is Blind, a romantic drama with a rather intriguing...

Luke Bracey Talks ‘Danger Close’ Journey And Love For ‘Saving Private Ryan’

Luke Bracey (The November Man, Hacksaw Ridge) stars in Danger Close as Sergeant Bob Buick, an Australian soldier in The Vietnam War who takes...

Logan Marshall-Green Explores Directing Path With ‘Adopt A Highway’

Actor Logan Marshall-Green has carved out creatively enriching career in cinema (Upgrade, The Invitation) and television (Damnation, Quarry), and as a debut director he...

‘Making Montgomery Clift’ Interview With Directors Robert Clift And Hillary Demmon

  Making Montgomery Clift, a documentary that hits Digital, On Demand, and DVD on October 15, is not a blow by blow account of Clift's...

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