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 … Continue reading Milo Ventimiglia On Lasting Bond With Sylvester Stallone
Most episodes of This Is Us has viewers reaching for the nearest tissue, but more importantly the show manages to pull at the heartstrings while also evoking the bittersweet truths of the human condition. Milo Ventimiglia and Mandy Moore's portrayal of the seemingly perfect couple Jack and Rebecca Pearson speaks directly to that reality, … Continue reading Milo Ventimigilia And Mandy Moore Talk ‘This Is Us’ Chemistry – And Bell Bottoms!
Justin Hartley and the ensemble of This Is Us have received their share of acclaim. But aside for the critical praise, loyal fan support, and series' overall success (it's been renewed for a second season), the program has also made an impact on Hartley's personal life. Check out the video below to hear Hartley … Continue reading Justin Hartley On How ‘This Is Us’ Has Impacted His Life
As a huge fan of director/writer Dan Fogleman's 2015 feature Danny Collins as well as his scripts for Cars and Crazy, Stupid, Love, I'm definitely looking forward to his upcoming TV series This Is Us. Starring Mandy Moore (A Walk to Remember, American Dreamz), Milo Ventimiglia (Heroes, Mob City), and Emmy nominated … Continue reading ‘This Is Us’ Actors Love Dan Fogelman’s Storytelling Approach
Actor Milo Ventimiglia can now say he's part of the Batman universe thanks to his current run as Jason Lennon on Gotham. Lennon, known as "The Ogre," is a serial killer who last week had the eyes for Barbara Keane (Erin Richards). "The challenge in playing a bad guy is you want to humanize them," says Ventimiglia, whose TV work … Continue reading Milo Ventimiglia Talks “Gotham” And Batman Birthday Party
Balancing a solid career in both film and television, Oscar nominated actress Virginia Madsen (Sideways) has always had a soft spot for independent films, and the low-budgeted feature Walter combines that aesthetic with well executed storytelling. The titular character (Andrew J. West, doing nuanced and subtly affecting work) believes he is the son of God. Part of his daily … Continue reading Exclusive: Virginia Madsen on “Walter” & Acting Journey