One intriguing aspect of Taken is that Bryan Mills (Clive Standen), though he may seem like one-man army, is not a stereotypical action hero. During the Taken interviews at this year’s NBC/Universal TCAs, I asked Standen about how he emotionally connects to the role. Video is below!
Continue reading Clive Standen Talks “Emotional Connection” With ‘Taken’ Storylines
The Magicians doesn’t offer up a cookie cutter version of what a hero or a villain truly is. Rather, it loves to exist in a somewhat moral ambiguous universe, and in the video below Olivia Taylor Dudley and Jason Ralph discuss the refreshingly complex nature of The Magicians.
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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!
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Family sitcoms are a television fixture, but one of the elements that could put Marlon over the top is the friendship and working relationship between Marlon Wayans and Essence Atkins. Check out the video below as the actors break down the bond that serves as Marlon’s foundation.
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Whether it’s his “UnREAL” 70 pound weight loss or taking part in the military themed episode (“Keep The Faith”) on The Night Shift, Josh Kelly has a ton of stories to share. During The Night Shift interviews, I asked Kelly if there was any translatable skill he learned as an Army Ranger that he applied to his own acting journey. Video of Kelly (and Brendan Fehr) is below!
Continue reading Josh Kelly Talks Acting Journey, ‘A Night at the Roxbury,’ And ‘Sullivan’s Travels’
Two episodes in and I’m already hooked on Midnight, Texas thanks to its talented ensemble and the writers’ ability to juggle several narratives within an episode. Last week I posted a video on Parisa Fitz-Henley’s thoughts on Wicca (she plays the nurturing witch Fiji on the show), and this week I have video of Francois Arnaud praising co-star Sarah Ramos.
Continue reading ‘Midnight, Texas’ Star Francois Arnaud On Why Sarah Ramos Is Perfect For ‘Creek’
Eric McCormack sat down during last week’s NBC Press Tour to talk about Will & Grace. A couple of takeaways: don’t expect a ton of guests during the new season and the actor is glad to be back with his previous collaborators. Two videos of McCormack are available after the jump:
Continue reading Eric McCormack Talks “Will & Grace” Reunion: “It Feels Like Home Now”
Hollywood Undead’s a band that I’ve never heard of, and these days being an old dude really doesn’t cut it. The group’s new single “California Dreaming” immediately grabbed my attention thanks to its music video and, more importantly, its satiric yet heartbreaking take on the illusory aspects of Los Angeles.
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Monday marks the debut of Midnight, Texas and the series definitely has the support of author Charlaine Harris (True Blood), who said she trusted the integrity of the people behind the ambitious project. We interviewed series stars Arielle Kebbel and Peter Mensah earlier this year, and they gave us a lowdown on the awesome “weird” factor behind Midnight, Texas.
Continue reading Arielle Kebbel Explores The “Beautiful Concept” Behind “Midnight, Texas”
The fourth season of Botched airs tonight on E! (9 pm et/pt), and during my interview with Drs. Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif, I asked them what they have learned from each other. Dubrow gave a candid answer about their respective fame, and even recalled his experiences on the The Swan. Check out the video below!
Continue reading VIDEO: Success Hasn’t Changed ‘Botched’ Doctors Terry Dubrow And Paul Nassif