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.
It’s natural to look at tragedies from a hardened, statistical point of view, and thankfully the animated feature In This Corner of the World gives us a personal look at the bombing of Hiroshima. Seen through the eyes of a young woman named Suzu Urano, In This Corner of the World is both heartbreaking and inspiriting, evoking the storytelling spirit of Hayao Miyazaki (Spirited Away) and Yasujiro Ozu (Tokyo Story).
Released earlier this month via Shout! Factory, Wakefield features a stunning performance from Bryan Cranston. I didn’t get a chance to talk about the film on the August episode of CinemAddicts. My review of Wakefield is below, and I’ll also be including this disc for my latest Giveaway. So stay tuned!!
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!
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.