Dolph Lundgren is a hard action star to pin down. It’s not because he’s been in less movies than, say, Jean-Claude Van Damme. It’s not because he’s had fewer hits than Steven Seagal. It’s because while peers like Stallone and Schwarzengger were off making sequel after sequel, Lundgren, who has a master’s degree in chemical engineering, was happy to start a family and… Continue reading Interview: Dolph Lundgren Talks the Comedy of the Coen Bros. and the Drama of 'Skin Trade'
When Paddington hit theaters earlier this year, Movies.com sat down with producer David Heyman?, best known for producing the entire Harry Potter series, to talk about his wonderful movie. But you know what? The movie is indeed so darn wonderful, we’ chatted with Heyman a second time for this week’s Blu-ray, DVD, and DigitalHD release.
Directed by Paul King (The Mighty Boosh), Paddington is… Continue reading 'Paddington' Producer David Heyman Talks Going From Studio Rejection to a Possible 'Paddington 2'
A funny thing recently happened to It Follows, the best American horror movie in recent memory. It opened in a small handful of theaters around the US on March 13, with a plan that it would then expand to VOD platforms not long after that, as is often the case with indie horror movies these days. But the response to the movie was… Continue reading The Director of 'It Follows' Talks Inspiration, Easter Eggs, Modern Horror and More
If you’re an aspiring filmmaker, then no doubt the story of Whiplash (which hits Blu-ray and DVD on February 24, 2015) will inspire. Writer-director Damien Chazelle wanted to make a movie about a young jazz drummer who is pushed, perhaps a little bit too hard, toward greatness by a demanding teacher. But there was a catch: Nobody else really wanted to make the movie. Where he saw an… Continue reading 'Whiplash' Director Damien Chazelle Talks Fear, His Favorite 'Whiplash' Spoof, 'La La Land' and More
Larry Wilmore explained to critics the format of his new Comedy Central talk show and talked about the behind-the-scenes trouble of having to change his original title—The Minority Report.
At the Television Critics Association’s semi-annual press tour on Saturday, the Daily Show veteran said his upcoming series—which will take over the 11:30 p.m. spot vacated by The Colbert Report—will be a cross between The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and Politically Incorrect. The first… Continue reading Larry Wilmore explains new show format, talks title change