Interview: Wes Anderson On Making 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

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Wes Anderson continues to astound with his lush worlds, engaging storytelling and masterful direction, all combined into a number of fantastic movies. He's managed to accomplish this task yet again with his latest, The Grand Budapest Hotel.  In The Grand Budapest Hotel we follow Zero (Tony Revolori), a lowly lobby boy who ends up being put under...

Interview: 'Need for Speed' Director Scott Waugh

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For Need for Speed, director Scott Waugh, who worked closely with his stunt supervisor Lance Gilbert, it was all about the practical. These guys love their cars, and wanted to make a throwback to the classic car movies of the sixties and seventies, and when we talked to them, you could tell they know their stuntwork. We got a chance to talk about the movie with the...

Interview: Imogen Poots on 'Need for Speed'

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It takes the right role for an ingenue to break through, and Imogen Poots finally found that part with Need for Speed. The actress, who's previously appeared in such films as the Fright Night remake and That Awkward Moment, but here she's found a role where audiences can fall in love with her. She's the perfect modern love interest: feisty,...

Interview: Scott Mescudi, Rami Malek and Ramon Rodriguez on 'Need for...

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No good driver hits the road without a pit crew, and in Need for Speed, Aaron Paul's character is backed by Scott Mescudi (aka Kid Cudi), Rami Malek, and Ramon Rodriguez during his cross-country road racing. We got a chance to talk to the boys, and as you can guess, they enjoy playing off each other, which should be apparent in the interview below.

Interview: Zack Snyder Talks About '300: Rise Of An Empire'

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It was just a few years ago that the world was introduced to Zack Snyder's hyper-action, blood soaked style in 300, which turned the movie and the budding filmmaker into superstars. Snyder's career path became filled with possibilities, but he never forgot about the film that catapulted him on to the A list. So he helped co-write the semi-sequel, though he handed the directing reigns...

Interview: David Grovic on His Big Screen Debut 'The Bag Man'

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A considerable amount of time and effort goes into making a movie. When said movie's a thriller, there's even more you have to consider. How will you keep the audience's attention? How much of an anti-hero can the lead character be without becoming a villain himself? When you add the fact that The Bag Man is director David Grovic's feature debut,...

Interview: 'RoboCop' Cast and Director Discuss Future of War Tech

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The cast of RoboCop recently shared the secret to rebooting Paul Verehoven's beloved original. Actors Joel Kinnaman, Abbie Cornish, Gary Oldman and director José Padilha swapped anecdotes. They also talked about rehearsals and little homages that made it into the film. How did you decide to address current hot button issues in the...

Interview: Joel Kinnaman and Michael Keaton on RoboCop/Batman Parallels

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In the upcoming RoboCop, Joel Kinnaman is the latest actor to don the iconic metal guise. He follows not only the steps of Peter Weller but of countless actors who've brought superheroes to life. Co-star Michael Keaton is a part of that legacy and during the press rounds, he shared how seeing Kinnaman...

Interview: A Discussion With The Monuments Men

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The cast of The Monuments Men participated in a press conference discussion to talk about the picture and share some behind the scene anecdotes about cast member and director George Clooney. Bill Murray, George Clooney, Cate Blanchett, Matt Damon, John Goodman, Bob Balaban and Grant Heslov were on hand to speak with press about this week's heartfelt...

Interview: Andy Garcia Talks About 'At Middleton,' 'Hemingway & Fuentes'

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It's always refreshing to see a well-seasoned actor continually make a variety of mainstream and independent movies. Andy Garcia is one of those talented actors who strives to be part of a number of impressive, creative films that really stand out for him. Adam Rodgers' feature film debut At Middleton is definitely one of those films for the...

Interview: Ken Adachi and Kyle Arrington and the Story Behind Making 'Dead...

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Dead Dad is the feature debut of Ken J. Adachi, who with the help of his good friend Kyle Arrington, co-wrote a story about three estranged siblings dealing with the death of their father. Adachi and Arrington succesfully used Kickstarter to fund their project and now, thanks to a lot of hard work, are seeing Dead Dad get...

Interview: Vera Farmiga on Her Experience 'At Middleton'

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Adam Rodger's feature film debut At Middleton has garnered a lot of attention for its story, but mainly its lead actors. Vera Farmiga and Andy Garcia work side-by-side as two unsuspecting parents who fall in love with each other on a college campus tour. Farmiga bursts off the screen as Edith, an off-beat mother whose sudden urge to ditch...

Interview: Kenneth Branagh, Kevin Costner and Chris Pine on 'Jack Ryan:...

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In one of the manliest press conferences in a very long time, we got a chance to talk to Chris Pine, Kevin Costner and Kenneth Branagh about the making of Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit. Two of these men are directors, all are leading men, and all worked together on this spy thriller that hopes to resurrect a franchise. Check it out:

Interview: Jonah Hill on 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

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Though he made his acting debut just ten years ago, by 2007, Jonah Hill became a superstar and he hasn’t slowed down since. That year he appeared in Knocked Up, Superbad, and Evan Almighty. In 2011, he appeared in Moneyball and got an Oscar nomination. And now he’s worked with Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio for The Wolf of Wall Street. His career...

Interview: Kellan Lutz on 'Hercules,' the Work Outs, the Fights and Butt...

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Kellan Lutz recently spoke to press about the role of a lifetime in The Legend of Hercules, the newest interpretation of the mythological Greek hero's origin. Lutz talked about his childhood aspirations, the honor of playing Hercules, his intense work outs and his interesting battle scars. You go from one god [in...

Interview: Margot Robbie on 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

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Margot Robbie got a role of a lifetime in The Wolf of Wall Street, but it came with a price. For the 23-year-old Australian actress, she’d be directed by Martin Scorsese, and starring against Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill, but the role required her to get completely naked. And in the era of the internet, where such moments are never lost and said images are easily found,...

Interview: 'Saving Mr. Banks' Screenwriter Kelly Marcel

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ScreenCrave recently sat down with screenwriter Kelly Marcel to talk about Saving Mr. Banks. It's the film that retells the story of how Walt Disney acquired the rights to Mary Poppins. Marcel shared her insight on what may have transpired, and how her personal connection to her own father...

Interview: Josh Brolin on 'Oldboy'

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Josh Brolin knows he’s lucky. For whatever reason in 2007, his career went from playing hunky guys and small parts to starring in films like No Country for Old Men. Since then he’s become one of the most dependably great actors out there, and enlivens whatever he’s involved in. for Spike Lee’s Oldboy, his character Joe Doucett must go from a flabby...

1-1 Interview: Screenwriter Mark Protosevich on 'Oldboy'

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Adapting Oldboy into an American narrative was a challenge on so many levels. On one hand, the fanbase for the original is passionate, while also a very small minority. Screenwriter Mark Protosevich was on the project for five years, and he feels that the script he wrote for Spike Lee delivered what it should to make it their own while also still covering much of the same terrain....