Interstellar first took off in theaters last November and people still can’t stop talking about Christopher Nolan’s science fiction epic. Granted, a lot of that talk is arguing about some of the logic in the movie, but not all of it is coming from armchair scientists on the Internet.
Fellow sci-fi director Rian Johnson (whose last movie was Looper and whose next… Continue reading 'Interstellar' Extras: Listen to Rian Johnson's Chat with Christopher Nolan Before It Hits Theaters Again
There’s always room for Bill Murray. And since he’s making the promotional rounds for St. Vincent—in which he stars as a troubled war vet whose heart is warmed after making pals with the boy next door—there’s enough Murray to keep us warm all winter. The actor appeared on The Howard Stern Show (that’s still a thing, eh?), where he talked about his time on… Continue reading Why You Need to Listen to Bill Murray's Howard Stern Interview
Stanley Kubrick’s score for 2001: A Space Odyssey possesses some of the greatest classical works ever written, and with it his legendary direction are matched with some of the greatest visuals ever produced. The merging of the sounds by Strauss and Khachaturian with visual effects, which during the film’s release of 1968 were groundbreaking, have been imitated and spoofed ever since. You know all… Continue reading Listen to Parts of the Rare Original Score for Stanley Kubrick's '2001: A Space Odyssey'
Welcome back to the FanCast Movies Podcast here at Movies.com!
On this week’s episode of the FanCast Movies Podcast, hosts Erik Davis (Movies.com) and Sean O’Connell (CinemaBlend.com) discuss the bigger, awards-buzzy movies that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, including the fest’s big winner — and potential Best Picture candidate — The Imitation Game, as well as Foxcatcher, Nightcrawler, The Theory of Everything, Wild and more.
Last September, EW‘s Lynette Rice sat down with Robin Williams to discuss his big return to network television. The series, which premiered 31 years after Mork & Mindy made the comedian a household name, was The Crazy Ones, a single-camera comedy about a brilliant, unfiltered ad exec (Williams, naturally) who runs an agency with his more uptight daughter (Sarah Michelle Gellar). The interview is poignant in light of both the fact… Continue reading Listen: Robin Williams on returning to TV for ‘The Crazy Ones’