From the minds of Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, who both brought us 'The Hangover,' the flick follows two buddies who surprise their high school bestie, Jeff Chang, with a crazy night out on the town for his 21st birthday, even though he's got the job interview of his life early the next morning. Expectedly, once Jeff gets too drunk to handle (and everything seems to fall into chaos), the night quickly becomes one of mayhem as the duo try to get him home and sobered up before morning.
We had the opportunity to briefly chat with Teller about, among other things, the making of '21 & Over,' the one scene with Skylar Astin he'll probably never forget, his Sundance hit 'The Spectacular Now,' and taking a break from acting.
'Beautiful Creatures' stars Alice Englert and Alden Ehrenreich in what some have called the "'Twilight' replacement," but as they've told us, the film is anything but. Based on the New York Times bestselling Young Adult novel by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl, it follows the character of Ethan Wate, a Southern and scholarly teen aching to get out of his boring town until he falls for the new girl at school, Lena Duchannes, a witch with super-charged powers. See, it's nothing like 'Twilight' at all.
I had a chance to sit down with these two upcoming stars during their press tour stop in New York. After quickly gabbing with Alden over studying at NYU (at which he's got one semester left through his both budding and hectic film career), the three of us got to talking about 'Beautiful Creatures,' creating the pair's on-screen chemistry, and that dreaded question -- is 'Beautiful Creatures' the new 'Twilight'? -- all while Alden and Alice are simultaneously doodling on paper because they've been on this press tour for about eight weeks now and you'd probably be doing the same after weeks of interviews.
It’s hard to imagine that Katie Featherstone has been scaring us silly since 2007, but the actress has been the one mainstay in every single 'Paranormal Activity' film since the very beginning. In the latest film, 'Paranormal Activity 4' (on Blu-ray and DVD January 29), Featherstone’s screen time is significantly smaller, but the importance and weight of her role is perhaps bigger than ever.
We recently sat down with the actress to discuss the 'Paranormal Activity' series, her dance moves, and how much she misses 'The River.'
It's not easy to find an actor to play Leatherface. For one, he was very memorably played by Gunnar Hansen in the 1974 original, 'The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.' For another, the actor needs to look the part. So how do you go about finding someone who's big, imposing and can act their way through a leather mask? Sometimes you just need to look right outside your house. And that's exactly how 'Texas Chainsaw 3D' found Dan Yeager, their new Leatherface.
Forget all the other 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' sequels and reboots you may have seen. 'Texas Chainsaw 3D' ignores all of those and considers itself a direct sequel to the 1974 classic. The film stars Alexandra Daddario in a role that isn't just teenage scream queen. We talk to the actress (who you might recognize from TV's 'Parenthood') about the challenges of running and crying and screaming all day as well as her choice to study the Michael Bay remake.
'Red Dawn,' a remake of the '80s classic, follows a group of teens who must band together to save their town from a North Korean invasion. We sat down with stars Adrianne Palicki and Josh Peck to discuss how the cast got a little too familiar with each other and the physical challenges endured while filming the movie, which opens today.
Between zombie experiments, the Governor's heel, and some seriously sinister-seeming tea, Dallas Roberts' 'The Walking Dead' character Milton sure has a lot on his plate in a post-apocalyptic world. But where does The Governor's villainy end, and Milton's benevolent science begin? What secrets might upcoming episodes reveal? We talk to 'The Walking Dead' and 'The Good Wife' star Dallas Roberts for the latest on 'The Walking Dead' season 3!
Even as Bond girls go, 'Skyfall' star Berenice Marlohe is breathtaking. The actress was born to a French mother and a Cambodian father and the results are so exotic it looks as if she were created in a lab to star in a James Bond film. But believe it or not, it wasn't exactly an easy road for Marlohe. The actress wasn't getting the parts she wanted in France, so she moved to Hollywood with no money, no friends, no agent, no publicist...no nothing. And just over a year later she's starring in one of the biggest films of the year.
So how did she do it? Wait until you hear the inspiring story of how Berenice Marlohe did everything she could - on her own - to land a part in 'Skyfall.'
Back in May, there was something magical brewing an hour and a half outside Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Namely: director Richard LaGravenese's big screen adaptation of the first in a serious of beloved young adult novels, ‘Beautiful Creatures.’ And we were there on set, braving the 90-degree heat to bring you all the juicy details! Trust us, we may've come for the cast list (Jeremy Irons! Emmy Rossum!) but we stayed for the catering (mac and cheese, fried chicken and corn bread were considered nothing more than a pithy midday snack around those parts).
This interview with 'Skyfall' star Naomie Harris could be filled with spoilers...but it's not. Even though I had seen the film, the actress was still very protective of the movie and her role and refused to discuss specifics. But Naomie Harris is not just another pretty face in the Bond universe.
I sat down with the actress in New York City to talk about 'Skyfall,' keeping secrets and the potential for a spinoff.
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