Actor Ezra Miller is laying on a king-sized bed — puffy white comforter over half his body, shirt unbuttoned, Sigur Ros playing on his iPod dock — waxing poetic about the fact that he’s conducting all of his interviews in promotion for his latest film, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” from the comfort of his own mattress. “If we could bring more beds to conflict zones, it could be… Continue reading Ezra Miller, 'Perks Of Being A Wallflower' Star, On Teen Angst And The Importance Of Beds
Things could’ve been very different for Jake Gyllenhaal. In 2003, the 31-year-old star was rumored to be taking over for Tobey Maguire in “Spider-Man 2,” and was again up for a superhero role in 2005, as Batman in Christopher Nolan’s trilogy. In the end, those two things never came to fruition, as the actor instead went on to star as a muscled-out U.S. marine in Sam Mendes’s “Jarhead,” a far… Continue reading Jake Gyllenhaal On 'End Of Watch,' Police Ride-Alongs, 'Zodiac' And Not Being Batman
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Dominican actress Dania Ramirez stars in her first leading role in David Koepp’s Premium Rush alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt as aggressive bike messengers trying to get from point A to point B by dodging speeding cars, New York City pedestrians and crazy taxi drivers.
The athletic actress sat down with me in Beverly… Continue reading Cine Latino: 'Premium Rush' Star Dania Ramirez, on Being a Latina in Hollywood