Looking at his eclectic filmography, not to mention the legion of interviews where he’s said and done so many unpredictable things, it’s easy to assume that Billy Bob Thornton is an eccentric, and more than that, intimidating guy. Sitting down with him at the Los Angeles press day for Puss in Boots, however, Thornton exuded charm, intelligence and gentility, even when he talked about his insecurities… Continue reading Dialogue: Billy Bob Thornton on His Insecurities, Revisiting 'Bad Santa' and Constantly Searching for the Old Days
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Got to love those Brits. Even as he’s meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron about the News of the World scandal, phone hackee Hugh Grant is as charmingly self-deprecating as always. Asked by the Guardian if he’s wasted his life by just now turning political at the age of 51, the actor joked, “You are right. I have squandered my life.” He added that instead of advocating for press accountability… Continue reading Hugh Grant Calls Himself a 'Bad Actor' Who 'Squandered His Life'
The marketing tagline for “Breaking Bad’s” fourth season was “Walt is not in danger. He is the danger.”
Going into Sunday’s (Aug. 21) episode, “Cornered,” it seems fair to ask, “A danger to whom?” The strain Walt (Bryan Cranston) has been under over the first five episodes this season has been unrelenting, and it doesn’t get any easier in this week’s show. A few things… Continue reading 'Breaking Bad': 4 things to look for in 'Cornered'
The Superlab has not been a very happy place for Walter White on this season of “Breaking Bad.”
First, Walt (Bryan Cranston) watched as Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) slit Victor’s throat in the season premiere. He has surveillance cameras and Gus’ new underling Tyrus (Ray Campbell) watching him all the time. And now, with Jesse (Aaron Paul) MIA, Walt is having trouble keeping the cook on schedule, as you can see in… Continue reading 'Breaking Bad' preview: Walt vs. the forklift
Hollywood is abuzz with sequel and potential casting rumors this morning – read on and ponder these projects as you work toward your weekend.
Justin Timberlake has somehow managed to avoid the average boy band member’s almost pre-destined fate (huge fame, plummeting record sales, fade into obscurity, appearance on a reality show…) and has become not only a successful solo artist, but a fairly well regarded… Continue reading Casting/Sequel News: Tom Hardy as Al Capone, Justin Timberlake and 'Bad Santa 2'